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Susan Gaboriau joined Lori Callister's group
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STEM Education

Helping support educators who are creating Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) experiences in their classrooms, schools and districts.
Aug 5, 2013
Susan Gaboriau joined Lorette Weldon's group
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Educators Using Moodle

What do you like about this learning management system? How long have you used it and have had you had success stories that you are willing to share of students benefiting from this tool?See More
May 1, 2011
Susan Gaboriau joined Colleen McGuire's group
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iPads in the Classroom

Anyone using or wishing to use the iPad/iPod or iPhone in the classroom and wishing to share lessons and ideas
May 1, 2011
Susan Gaboriau joined Diane Dahl's group
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Brain Based Teaching

A group of educators interested in maximizing student potential through the use of brain-based teaching techniques. Teach to the way the brain learns best!See More
May 1, 2011
Susan Gaboriau joined Jill Galloway's group
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Project-Based Learning (PBL)

This group is for those who implement the project-based learning model or want to learn more about it.
May 1, 2011
Jessica Owens left a comment for Susan Gaboriau
"Hi Susan,That's great to hear your experience meeting other educators has been so helpful! Glad to have you involved with group and site :)"
Sep 10, 2010
Susan Gaboriau joined Glenn Kenyon's group
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Math Teachers

Don't we want to congregate and share ideas? Join this group to talk about what we find in the field of math education.
Apr 20, 2010
Steven Katz left a comment for Susan Gaboriau
"Susan, Thanks for joining the Video Projects group! It sounds like you're doing some really cool video projects in your class. I'd love to see some. If you need any help, I'm pretty good at the video stuff. Let me know. Steve"
Apr 8, 2010
Susan Gaboriau commented on Deborah Mersino's group Gifted and Talented
"I am joining this group as a parent of two gifted children and an educator. I find that gifted children are overlooked because everyone knows they will do well. Therefore, my children are home schooled. I would like to hear what others have to say…"
Apr 7, 2010
Susan Gaboriau joined Deborah Mersino's group
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Gifted and Talented

For those interested in gifted education, including teachers, parents and advocates.
Apr 7, 2010
Susan Gaboriau joined Steven Katz's group
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Video Projects in the Classroom

A place for teachers who are interested in having students create curricular video projects in their class.
Apr 7, 2010
Susan Gaboriau joined David Kapuler's group
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Edtech

A group where educators can learn and identify which Educational Technology tools are appropriate for them.I'm hoping to simplify this process for educators and am open to any feedback (organization, specific sites, beta vs ready, etc etc.)See More
Mar 31, 2010
Susan Gaboriau commented on Brian C. Smith's group Playful Learning
"You need to read David Elkind's books, he talks about play in schools."
Mar 31, 2010
Susan Gaboriau replied to Claudia Daggett's discussion Blogs, Grades 3 & 4 in the group Elementary Educators K-8
"I am using the free version of EduBlog now. I really do not like the ads, but I was told if I purchased pro version I could get rid of them. Is it really worth it? It is good for elementary students? I also have an account with Blogger. But I do not…"
Mar 28, 2010
Susan Gaboriau replied to Claudia Daggett's discussion Blogs, Grades 3 & 4 in the group Elementary Educators K-8
"Sorry I did not get back with you. Here is the link to the TV show http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=PalmBreezeCAFE#p/u/23/Vpe049Bx_jc"
Mar 27, 2010
Susan Gaboriau left a comment for Susan Gaboriau
"I received my invitation to google wave. I am set up and ready to go."
Mar 27, 2010

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At 2:16pm on September 10, 2010, Jessica Owens said…
Hi Susan,That's great to hear your experience meeting other educators has been so helpful! Glad to have you involved with group and site :)
At 10:33pm on June 10, 2010, Marielle Lange said…
Hi Susan, on playful learning, you mentioned your thesis. Is a digital version available for download anywhere?
At 9:45am on April 8, 2010, Steven Katz said…
Susan,

Thanks for joining the Video Projects group! It sounds like you're doing some really cool video projects in your class. I'd love to see some. If you need any help, I'm pretty good at the video stuff. Let me know.

Steve
At 9:49pm on March 27, 2010, Susan Gaboriau said…
I received my invitation to google wave. I am set up and ready to go.
 
 
 

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