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Teaching Fellows Interview Donna Blevins  -  June 21, 2006, 3:30 PM CST EDgeTech Webcast

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Guest:

Ms. Donna Blevins
2nd grade teacher
Hallsville Elementary School


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Host:

[Dr. Jane Howland]

Dr. Jane Howland
Research Assistant Professor
School of Information Science and Learning Technologies, University of Missouri-Columbia


Jane Howland is a Research Assistant Professor in the School of Information Science & Learning Technologies at the University of Missouri - Columbia. She is Principal Investigator for a U.S. Department of Education grant that focuses on K-5 teachers' use of technology for student assessment. The grant involves the development and implementation of an Internet-based portfolio system and use of handhelds for assessment.

Her teaching and research interests also include CSCL, with emphasis on international linkages through collaborative projects. She is facilitating collaborative projects between the Prince of Songkla demonstration school in Pattani, Thailand and schools in Missouri.

Summary:

Listen in as Jane Howland and three MU Teaching Fellows interview Donna Blevins, an elementary school teacher from Hallsville Elementary School, about the use of technology in her classroom. Donna Blevins' web page

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