Guest Blogger – Susan Gaboriau

Tweet Susan Gaboriau fourth grade teacher at Ochwilla Elementary School in Hawthorne, Florida. I started teaching 5 years ago teaching third grade for one year, then moving to first grade for three years. Now this is my first year teaching fourth grade. After graduating high school I received a degree in Computer Graphics/Graphic Design. I […]

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Guest Blogger – Ted Souppa

Tweet Ted Souppa was born in upstate New York. He earned a B.A. from the State University of New York at New Paltz, in Elementary Education in 1998. That same year, he relocated to Fort Myers, Florida. Ted took a teaching position at Tice Elementary School as a self-contained special education teacher, where he taught […]

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Guest Blogger – Beth Cavalier

Tweet Beth Cavalier grew up in Exeter, NH with her parents and two younger sisters. She graduated from Boston College in 1995 with a degree in Political Science. Working in a private pre-school in Connecticut after graduating inspired her to pursue her teaching certificate in special education at Westfield State College. After working in the […]

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Guest Blogger – Peggy Laufer

Tweet Peggy Laufer is a grade two teacher at Cashman Elementary School in Amesbury, MA. She loves teaching and has been working with children in schools for most of her life. She believes children learn by doing and experiencing, and that research shows that an integrated approach to teaching and learning is the most productive […]

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What We're About

Tweet Reflecting on three months of TIC’s new concept: Generated by http://www.wordle.net/

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March 2010 – Teacher Feature Blogger – Ayanna Gallant

Tweet This month, The Inspired Classroom is happy to announce our teacher feature blogger, Ayanna.  She is a teacher, a musician and a poet! Ayanna Gallant is a graduate of UNH with a B.A. in Music Education. She is a Master of Education candidate of Lesley University where she is studying Curriculum and Instruction Through […]

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New Website is Almost Ready

Tweet I am so excited about the new website I am building through WordPress.  YAY!  It’s almost ready to launch and the only thing that will hold it back a few days/weeks will be connecting it to our actual domain name of www.theinspiredclassroom.com.  If you want a sneaky peak, here is where the new website […]

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Guest Blogger – Pam Harland

Tweet Pamela Colburn Harland is a librarian, a real library zealot. She currently serves as the librarian at Plymouth Regional High School in Plymouth, NH. Visit her school library’s website at http://prhslibrary.com. She has also worked as a librarian in other school libraries, public libraries, university libraries, and at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s […]

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Results of the Teacher Survey in Arts Integration

Tweet I have conducted a survey in my school district on arts integration and have discovered that there is a real interest in it! I invited all elementary teachers to participate and as of this blog date, 31 have completed the survey. At this point, I can account for the results as only a “dipstick” […]

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