Justin Schleider (@schleiderjustin), New Jersey Phys. Ed. teacher shares his insight into how to integrate technology with phys. ed. students and the value of being a connected educator!
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Justin Schleider is an elementary school physical education teacher from Springfield, NJ. Justin enjoys attending conferences and presenting about his passions in education. Schleider is also a rabid endorser of Voxer and founder of #SlowChatPE on Twitter and Voxer.
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Brian Briggs – is a California educator and is currently Director of Innovation and Instructional Technology at Plumas Lake Elementary School District.
Brian is responsible for the implementation of three aspects of technology and instruction; including technology being used as a tool for learning by students, teachers planning and implementing instructional techniques using technology to engage student in learning, and the infrastructure needed to support the use of technology in the District. He leads and supports his district in integrating the 21st Century skills, the Common Core Standards, and the everyday learning of students.
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