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Workshops highlight using technology in classrooms

February 16. 2013 2:32PM

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The Wilkes University Center for Educational Research, Technology and Innovation (CERTI) recently held workshops for local teachers. The workshops were presented by Janel McCormick, sixth-grade reading teacher, and Claire Hornung, dean of primary, Wyoming Seminary Lower School. Two sessions were held: Green Screen: Making ‘Reel' Videos Come to Life and E-Pubs: Putting Students Writing and Work on Virtual Bookshelves. These hands-on sessions demonstrated ways technology can be utilized in the classroom. The workshops were free and Pennsylvania educators received an Act 48 credit. At the workshops, from left, first row: James Renfer, teacher, Wyoming Area Catholic; McCormick; and Carole Orr, teacher, Our Lady of Peace. Second row: Barbara Moran, director of CERTI, Wilkes University; Hornung; Josephine Toomey, teacher, Wyoming Area Catholic; Connie Sheils, teacher, Our Lady of Peace; and Stephanie Colarusso, intern, Wilkes University.

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