Ryan Franzen provides a wealth of knowledge and experience to the ETP team. While working on a Computer Science degree, he tutors in the areas of C.S. and economics. Code.org is one of Ryan's favorite programs to use in the classroom. When incorporating the STEM Bins, Ryan observes his students challenging one another and having a great deal of fun. While instilling the characteristics of digital
citizenship, Ryan desires his students to love
learning about technology. One would be surprised to know Ryan enjoys cooking and
baking, especially bread! In Ryan’s free time, he visits the shore and plays board games.
NATIONAL CATHOLIC EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (NCEA) CONFERENCE - IRVING, TEXAS
We are grateful for the valuable connections made with schools as far reaching as Oregon,
Massachusetts, Florida, Arizona, and states in between. Learning sessions afford us unique
opportunities to stay abreast of issues facing the landscape of education today and to plan
and train our educators for IT and STEM changes on the horizon.
As administrators and educators foundationally believe learning is lifelong, sessions attended include:
Universal Design for Learning and
Embracing the Chaos of STEM Learning
How Technology Supports Learning,
Learning Beyond Boundaries - Technology
That Makes a Difference
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