Laura Fleming is the Library Media Specialist at New Milford High School (NJ) where her library maker space has garnered national attention and has served as an inspiration for schools across the country.
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Laura previously worked as a classroom teacher and media specialist in grades K-8. Laura’s goal is to create learning experiences that empower and equip students with the necessary skills to effectively produce and consume content across multiple media platforms.
She is also driven to enable educators in applying innovative methods and cutting-edge technology in their fields of expertise. She is an educational consultant, thought leader and speaker on education, librarianship, and technology.
Laura was also a recipient of the National School Boards ‘20 to Watch’ in Educational Technology Leadership for 2014.
Resources and recommendations shared by Laura Fleming:
- Worlds of Making: Best Practices for Establishing a Makerspace for Your School (Corwin Connected Educators Series)
Draftback: Draftback lets you play back the revision history of any Google Doc you can edit. It’s like going back in time to look over your own shoulder as you write.
With Draftback, your data is kept entirely private. Draftback was purposely designed so that you could play back your own docs without having to share them with a third party. This is -your- data; Draftback just lets you see it in a new way.
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