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Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Area United States
Staff Developer & Teacher Author at Hello Literacy, Inc.
Jennifer Jones is an educator. She worked as an elementary educator with 16 years of classroom experience. Jennifer is also an adult educator with 5 years of experience teaching and training teachers on best practices for 21st century instruction, curriculum, assessment, student motivation, and digital literacies. Jennifer works with schools and districts all over the United States to train teachers on how to put these best practices into measurable action. Jennifer is a dynamic, enthusiastic and captivating presenter. She inspires teachers everywhere with her motivational spirit and passionate personality.
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If Rosa Parks Could Text: Content Area Writing in the Literacy Block - Handouts
Jennifer Jones • Hace 8 años
If Rosa Parks Could Text: Content Area Writing in the Literacy Block
Jennifer Jones • Hace 8 años