My wife, Kate Nesi, joins the 5-Timer club and she's back to talk about how she balances #edtech in her HS library and doesn't give in to fads and trends in education.
Kate Nesi is back on the podcast for the 5th time to talk about how she balances #edtech and modern ideas with traditional library ideologies.
Her main points include:
RACHAEL BATH – Interested in Ed Tech and innovative learning. Like blogging, Twitter, STEAM, and Connected learning for everyone.
Most importantly Rachael is a mother of 5 beautiful children, who in many cases are her test cases for trialing new tools and ideas. She has a Masters in Education Technology from the University of Southern Queensland. Rachael’s ambition is to provide students with the most innovative learning experiences and engaging curriculum as possible. She supports her colleague’s explorations of online resources and provides students with authentic learning opportunities that promote engaging learning and skills for the unknown future.
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