We’re excited to announce another wonderful addition to our Little Ripples group of Expert Teachers Advisers, Elizabeth LeBlanc. To date, she has been working closely with i-ACT in further developing and finalizing the Little Ripples Teacher Training Manuals. Her enthusiasm and expertise has been invaluable! Here’s a brief introduction by Elizabeth:
I am thrilled to be working with the i-ACT team as an Expert Teacher Adviser. I graduated from Wake Forest University in 1998 with a BA in English Literature; I am currently pursuing a Masters of Education at NMSU with a focus on Educational Learning Technologies. My love of travel and concern for vulnerable populations began during a college backpacking trip in Guilin, China. I teach Language Arts to students in grades 5-12 at Taos Academy Charter School where I also serve as Curriculum & Data Coordinator.I live, work, play and am a mother in the beautiful rivers and mountains of Taos, New Mexico. I act because working with i-ACT brings together my passion for innovative design, early childhood literacy, global education and Emotional Intelligence/Six Seconds training.
Thank you, Elizabeth! Stay tuned, Elizabeth will be blogging all summer long about her passions and involvement with Little Ripples.
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