Guest Blogger – Meg Wilson

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...

Guest Blogger – Renée Peña

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...

Guest Blogger – Richard Selznick

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...

Guest Blogger – Toni Tabora-Roberts

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...

Guest Blogger – Joan Weber

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...

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