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Stretch Yourself! A Personalized Journey to Deepen Your Teaching Practice

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Length: 30 min - 1 hr
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This is an ISTE Expert Webinar recording from October 30, 2018.

This webinar is for young or new educators and educators who want to reflect and stretch themselves. The session will relate to the upcoming book "Stretch Yourself! A Personalized Journey to Deepen Your Teaching Practice" by Caitlin McLemore and Fanny Passeport, and will take the audience through different exercises to think about leadership, vision, accountability and drive.

This webinar is presented by Fanny Passeport and Caitlin McLemore of the ISTE Young Educator Input Group.


Fanny Passeport

Bio: My name is Fanny Passeport. I am an innovator and a risk-taker with a thirst for learning and sharing. I have lived in India for 8 years but I am originally from France. I have many interests such as creating interactive paintings and tinkering with anything and everything. I am a positive person and a full time influencer! As the current Director of Learning & Curriculum at the Anglo-American School of Sofia in Bulgaria, I spend time meeting with students and faculty, listening to them and asking them questions, pushing their thinking and challenging them to dare greatly. I am passionate about empowering learners and leaders and asking thought-provoking questions to constantly strive for excellence.


Caitlin McLemore

Bio: Caitlin McLemore is the MS/US Librarian - Technology Specialist at Shorecrest Preparatory School in St. Petersburg, FL. She has a M.Ed. in Elementary Education with a specialization in Educational Technology from the University of Florida. Caitlin is currently a doctoral candidate in the Ed.D. program at Johns Hopkins University School of Education, with a specialization in Technology Integration in K-16 Education. Her dissertation research focuses on addressing the gaps in information literacy skills of middle school students. Caitlin was named an Emerging Leader in 2017 by ISTE and was also named the 2018 Outstanding Young Educator.