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Erika Saunders's picture
Erika Saunders
6th-8th Special Ed, LS & Mentally Gifted teacher

Hello! My name is Erika and I teach in a large, urban, public school district. My school is in a very high poverty section of the city. I teach both Special Education, Learning Support and Mentally Gifted for 6th-8th grades. Our school has moved to inclusion with co-teaching. So I co-teach with the Literacy and Math teachers for grades 6-8.

I feel I'm at my best when I can collaborate with others. I love exchanging ideas, giving and receiving feedback. I want to be the best I can be for my students. Connecting with others in the field - beyond the limits of my school walls - will only help!

Donelle O'Brien's picture
Donelle O'Brien

After growing up in Maui and getting my degree and teaching credential in San Diego; I began my career as an elementary classroom teacher. For the past ten years, I have been working at a charter school in California, serving students in grades K-12. I love seeing how technology, creativity, and forward-thinking can combine to engage students and help them on the path of lifelong learning. Establishing a PLN has been a valuable resource to me in teaching. I look forward to getting to know many of you better!

Susan Stock's picture

Hi, I am a special education teacher in a Middle School and I loop between 5th and 6th grades. I am able to work with two different teams of teachers and collaboratively teach with two teachers a year. I am National Board Certified and since going through that process, I want to share what I've learned about my teaching with others. I have never stopped learning and gaining new knowledge and that is why a PLN will be a very important strategy for me to keep improving. Thanks

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Andrea Noonoo
Curriculum Administrator

My name is Andrea Noonoo. I am a career educator from New York City with more than three decades experience in education. I am currently the Professional Development Coordinator at Odyssey Charter High School,a distance education school for at risk students,in Las Vegas. The professional development program that I have developed is a differentiated one; I work with teachers one on one to help them develop websites and online curriculum. I am always interested in sharing ideas and dialoging with teachers so that I can learn what is most helpful to them in their personal professional development. I look forward to interesting discussions where I can learn how to better serve the needs of the teachers that I work with.

Mohd Tariq Salman's picture

I teach undergraduate medical students and am also a member of Medical education unit of our college which is actively involved in faulty development programs.

Rick Plecha's picture
Rick Plecha
4th grade teacher

My name is Rick Plecha and I teach 4th graders at Field School in Canton, Michigan. We have documented test score disparity between our student groups and are looking at ways to understand the data and teaching methods to address the disparities. Let me know if you are interested in sharing ideas about this topic.

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Pat M
Literacy Coach for preschool teachers

I'm Pat and I am a literacy coach for preschool and early childhood teachers in Florida. I've been doing this for 5 year and although I love what I do, I'm looking to grow and do more for our youngest ones. I'm looking for probing discussions to explore professional levels after mentoring.

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