Technology for your classroom..

click it, pin it and use it

Technology for your it, pin it and use it

A great way to start of the year! We will explore different ways to use pinterest, teachers pay teachers, apps for your tablets/ipads and more. Bring your own device- Don't have one? Let us know and we will have a netbook for you to use!

Technology for your it, pin it and use it

Thursday, Aug. 15th 2013 at 6-8pm

201 University Dr

Clearfield, PA

Clearfield Campus of Lock Haven University

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Free to Members- $15 for non-members

Become a Member for only $30! Perks to membership: reduced price to the Annual Conference, held in State College; the journal PA Reads, and The Keystone Reader. Membership forms are available at or at the meeting.

Presenters: Aimee Raber and Tammie Rabbitt; Armstrong Reading Council

Tammie Rabbitt graduated from Clarion University with a B.S. in Early Childhood/Elementary Education. She also has a master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education from the George Washington University and has a second master’s equivalency and Reading Specialist papers from Slippery Rock University. This is Tammie’s 17th year teaching. She has taught preschool/head start, Kindergarten, first grade, special education, Class-size Reduction teacher with a focus on reading support, piloted extended day Kindergarten and now is a reading specialist for the Freeport Area School District as well as a part-time instructor for PLS 3rd Learning through Wilkes University.

Aimee Raber graduated in 1991 from IUP, with my B.S. in Early childhood education, and received her Masters in Education from IUP. Aimee taught preschool and Kindergarten in Rochester, New York for 3 years, and has been teaching in the Freeport Area School District for 15 years. She has been teaching full-day kindergarten for 10 years and LOVES IT !!!!!!!