• College Savings Month and Financial Literacy

    September 4, 2018 Amanda Clark

    Expose students to financial resources and take active steps to play a positive role in their college planning.

    Mrs. Megan Endicott is the music specialist at Dolvin Elementary School. She is the Fine Arts Support Teacher for Fulton County Schools and on the Fulton County Vanguard Technology Leadership team. She has been awarded the Atlanta Families’ Award of Excellence in Education and Teacher of the Year. She has presented at various conferences on topics such as PBL, Personalized Learning, Rigor & Blooms Taxonomy in music, to name a few at conferences such as ISTE, CUE, NAfME, TI:ME, GMEA, GaETC, and local school district professional developments. She is earning her ED.S in Instructional Technology and serves as a Nearpod Certified Trainer and PioNear.
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  • Improving your use of Nearpod through the SAMR Model

    August 15, 2018 Kali Kopka

    Nearpod redefines what a presentation can actually be and reaches all the way to on the highest level of the SAMR model, Redefinition.

    Mrs. Megan Endicott is the music specialist at Dolvin Elementary School. She is the Fine Arts Support Teacher for Fulton County Schools and on the Fulton County Vanguard Technology Leadership team. She has been awarded the Atlanta Families’ Award of Excellence in Education and Teacher of the Year. She has presented at various conferences on topics such as PBL, Personalized Learning, Rigor & Blooms Taxonomy in music, to name a few at conferences such as ISTE, CUE, NAfME, TI:ME, GMEA, GaETC, and local school district professional developments. She is earning her ED.S in Instructional Technology and serves as a Nearpod Certified Trainer and PioNear.
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  • Personalized Learning, Nearpod, and Music

    June 7, 2018 Megan Endicott

    In an ideal personalized learning classroom, teachers are moving from lecturers to facilitators. Nearpod serves as a creation platform for students to demonstrate their knowledge.

    Mrs. Megan Endicott is the music specialist at Dolvin Elementary School. She is the Fine Arts Support Teacher for Fulton County Schools and on the Fulton County Vanguard Technology Leadership team. She has been awarded the Atlanta Families’ Award of Excellence in Education and Teacher of the Year. She has presented at various conferences on topics such as PBL, Personalized Learning, Rigor & Blooms Taxonomy in music, to name a few at conferences such as ISTE, CUE, NAfME, TI:ME, GMEA, GaETC, and local school district professional developments. She is earning her ED.S in Instructional Technology and serves as a Nearpod Certified Trainer and PioNear.
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