WHAT: Fifty educators from across the United States and Canada were selected by LEGO® Education to join the 2013 LEGO Education Advisory Panel (LEAP) and provide product feedback to the LEGO Education Innovation and Marketing teams.
WHY: These 50 educators will collaborate with LEGO Education to develop classroom solutions and curriculum that elevate products within humanities and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) concepts and 21st-century learning skills. LEAP members have an opportunity to be very influential on product development and design. These select teachers offer insight and years of classroom knowledge that will help LEGO Education create better classroom solutions. Additional LEAP membership privileges include speaking engagements at LEGO Education conferences, symposiums, and workshops as well as sharing student and classroom success stories through social media.
WHO: Selected 2013 LEAP members include seven preschool, 15 elementary, 11 middle school, seven high school, and 10 university educators. LEAP 2013 consists of 28 educators held over from last year’s panel and 22 teachers who joined this year.
For more information, visit http://educationnews.legoeducation.us/
|Cheryl Benveniste||Lynne Boucher||Jon Bishop||Tony Bertucci||Dr. Adam Carberry|
|Sharon Dudley||Sue Brokmeier||Matt Ceretto||Matthew Collier||Dr. Alexander Chizhik|
|Dana Gibbons||Beth Brubaker||Tom Dubick||Kevin English||Dr. Shirley Disseler|
|Karen Greer||Tim Burns||Nancy Foote||James Jones||Dr. Frank Klassner|
|Cindy Johnson||Holly Doe||Caroline Hanson||Eileen Malick||Dr. Deborah McAllister|
|Becky Myers||Jennifer Flood||Paul Keeney||Joey Marcotte||Brook Osborne|
|Jill VanWey||Erin Hardy||Aaron Maurer||Norman Morgan||Amy Leigh Rogers|
|John Heffernan||Mark McCombs||Dr. Ben Schafer|
|Jason Kyle||Ian Chow-Miller||Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer|
|Mary Meadows||Alain Pilon||Dr. Terri Varnado|
|Breigh Rhodes||Peggy Reimers|
|Marilyn Miracle Williams|
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