Guest Blogger – Kelly Tenkely

Tweet Kelly Tenkely is a teacher, technology integration specialist, and education consultant. In addition to teaching and working with teachers, Kelly is a prolific blogger keeping an award winning technology integration blog,, a reflection on education blog,, and encourages other educators to find their blogging voice with her iLearn Technology edublogger alliance.  Kelly […]

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Guest Blogger – Meg Wilson

Tweet Meg Wilson is a special education teacher and assistive technology specialist with a passion for educating others on the importance of individualizing instruction for all students. She is currently teaching at Amity Middles School in Orange, Connecticut. Meg is a certified special educator for K-12 and holds Masters degrees in both Business Administration and […]

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Guest Blogger – Renée Peña

Tweet Renée Peña is honored and thrilled to be a guest blogger on The Inspired Classroom.  As a native New Yorker, she is fortunate and proud that the arts are an integral part of her life.  She received her B.A. in Dance and Integrated Arts at Bard College in 2001. Her internship with El Museo […]

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Guest Blogger – Richard Selznick

Tweet Dr.  Richard Selznick is a psychologist, nationally certified school psychologist, graduate school professor and university professor of pediatrics. He is author of the book The Shut-Down Learner: Helping Your Academically Discouraged Child. Included in the book are numerous case studies drawn from his vast professional experiences. As Director of the Cooper Learning Center, Dr. […]

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Guest Blogger – Toni Tabora-Roberts

Tweet Toni Tabora-Roberts is the Outreach Coordinator of Young Audiences Oregon & SW Washington. She also manages Young Audiences’ Arts for Learning Literacy Lessons Program, a supplementary curriculum that integrates the arts into literacy learning. Young Audiences connects artists with classroom teachers and school communities to make learning come alive. Toni brings a passion for […]

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Guest Blogger – Joan Weber

Tweet Joan Weber, Director of the Education Division, was raised in rural Carroll County, Maryland where she served as the student representative to the county Board of Education. After college at American University in D.C. and Western Maryland College, Joan settled in Baltimore City. She has spent the 20 years since working in arts education […]

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Guest Blogger – Rachel Evans

Tweet Rachel Evans is Assistant Professor in the Department of Theatre at NJ’s Kean University, where she teaches theatre education courses, mentors pre-service theatre teachers, and directs theatre for young audiences.  Currently, Rachel is VP/President-Elect of the Board of the Educational Theatre Association, for whom she regularly presents at conferences and state Thespian festivals.  She […]

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Guest Blogger – Michelle Baldwin

Tweet Michelle Baldwin is a learner, an educator, a self-proclaimed “techie,” presenter, and an advocate for teaching and learning WITH students! Michelle returned to the classroom in 2010, after coordinating technology professional/staff development for eight years in a suburban school district. Although she continues to  assist teachers in the effective use of technology in the […]

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Guest Blogger – Cindy Marie Jenkins

Tweet CINDY MARIE JENKINS is a Storyteller & Coach based in Los Angeles. Her stories take the form of fiction, poetry, teaching, theatre, editorials, PR and marketing, advocacy, plays….Cindy now explores interactive guerrilla/street theatre to engage and activate her community and dreams of art integration in education. Previous community art installations/interactions have been shown at […]

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