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Bett 2014: Save Our Endangered Animals Lesson PlanMegan Power, Teacher on Special Assignment, Kindergarten TeacherMegan Power is a teacher at Design39Campus in Poway Unified School District in San Diego, CA. She specializes in teaching primary grades, technology integration, and project-based learning. Megan has been a teacher for 12 years with the majority of her years in kindergarten. This school year, Megan is a “teacher on special assignment” out of the classroom researching and redesigning education by planning the opening of Poway’s innovative new school, Design39Campus.Megan was one of the first teachers in her district to pilot a 1:1 laptop program in kindergarten. This program was extremely successful and she continued it for four years. She has also created regional and statewide award-winning movies entirely written, filmed, and edited by kindergarteners.Megan has won many awards and recognitions including Time Warner Cable’s National Teacher of the Year and Poway Unified Teacher of the Year. For three years she was a Scholastic Top Teacher Blogger, blogging weekly about technology integration with primary students.Read the full Bett 2014: Save Our Endangered Animals Lesson Plan.
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