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Audience: K – 5th Grade Teachers

Presenter(s): Kristi Von Krosigk and Meagan Dow

Length: 80 minutes

Level: Primary and Intermediate Procedural

Session Description:

How do teachers decide which websites and online resources to use?
Educators are inundated with so many links that it’s hard to
filter what is reasonable and valuable. Participants will see the
potential of technology and the variety of online resources that are
available to meet the literacy needs in today’s classrooms.
This session will focus on reviewing and engaging in some of the best
websites that support literacy instruction and organization.

Speaker Bios:

Kristi Von Krosigk has been in the field of education for 24 years.   Her experience ranges from elementary classroom teacher, University  of Wyoming methods instructor, consultant, Literacy Coordinator and  Common Core State Standards Technology Integrator. Kristi currently provides mentoring and supervision to SCSD #2’s  University of Wyoming student teachers, as well as technology integration, and professional development for the staff at Henry A. Coffeen.

Meagan Dow has been teaching second grade at Highland Park Elementary School in a 1:1 classroom for five years. During this time she has also acted as a part time technology facilitator. She holds a Master of Elementary Reading and Mathematics from Walden University.