Discuss Education Trends with NJ County Teachers of the Year

On Friday morning, November 11, you can meet with some of New Jersey’s top teachers to hear from them – and share your ideas – in round table discussions on a variety of topics. Come learn from this year’s county teachers of the year.

Amanda Abbiate, Warren County: Social Media in the Classroom

Lori Bathurst, Gloucester County: The U.N. and You: Using Education to Improve Universal Standards of Living

Andrew Buchanan, Morris County: Teaching the Holocaust in NJ Schools

Sean Chappe, Hunterdon County: Physica/Science Education

Tara Cotton, Cumberland County: Homework in High School: Harmful or Helpful

Jennifer Dee, Bergen County: Parent Whispering

Jeanne DelColle, Burlington County & NJ Teacher: Something to Talk About: Issues of Race & Poverty in Education

Christine Delmas, Monmouth County: Reading Strategies for Fluency

Nicholas Demsak, Sussex County: To Test or Not to Test: Assessing Educational Achievement

Erica DePalo, Essex County: Small Learning Communities: Personalizing Education for Students

Erin Devaney, Union County: Pros/Cons of an Extended School Year

Michael Dunlea III, Ocean County: Presenting Teachers in a Positive Way to the Community

Kelley Hogg, Cape May County: Classroom Management

Kathy Kuchar, Hudson County: Recruiting Today’s Students as Tomorrow’s Teachers

Frank Marascio, Atlantic County: I Hate Math No More: Motivating Math Learners

Peter Mazzgatti, Salem County: Professional Learning Communities: What’s In It For Me?

Patti McBride, Camden County: Tech Tools: Tools to Help Engage Your Students With Their Assignments & Keys To Keep Them Excited About Their Education

Terri Thompson, Middlesex County: Inclusion: Pros and Cons

Amy Van, Mercer County: Global Connections in the Intermediate Grades

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