The Common Core State Standards and the focus on 21st century skills require learning spaces that promote collaboration and innovation. Yet most of our elementary schools were built in the 1950’s and are filled with desks, bookcases, storage, and basic materials. How can you bridge that gap? How can you re-imagine your classroom and turn it into a learning space that better meets learners’ needs? Let’s work together and reshape
your learning space.
Each lesson includes articles to read and/or an instructor presentation. Guided exploration and practice work follows. Participants use discussion forums to share their ideas, thinking, and redesign plans.
Key areas include:
B.A., M.Ed. in Reading Instruction, M.Ed. in Education Administration
Middle school teacher; K-12 Technology Coach and professional development at site, district, and county levels; 21 years.
Independent consultant in the areas of technology integration, instructional design, and learning environments.
Paula enjoys helping teachers grow professionally and reflect on their practice.
Paula’s personal interests include: Travel, reading and gardening, volunteer tutoring, and golf.
Instructor: Paula Hundley