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Bett 2014: Introduction to Tablets in the ClassroomShelley Shott, global K12 education manager Corporate Affairs Group—Intel® EducationShelley Shott is an accomplished curriculum development professional, with a distinguished career creating and implementing innovative and exemplary programs for students and teachers around the world.Shelley is the Corporate Affairs Global K12 Education Manager at Intel, working with Ministries of Education, school leaders, and teachers worldwide helping to improve teaching and learning. She currently leads a team that develops materials for the Intel® Teach and Intel® Transforming Learning Course programs, a portfolio of teacher professional development offerings focusing on technology integration and improving twenty-first century skills in students.As a former middle school science instructor, academic chair, and developer of grades K-8 district science curriculum in Arizona, she has won numerous awards for the integration of technology in the classroom.She has presented on a variety of topics, including project-based approaches, at conferences around the world.A published author of several articles on science education methodology and pedagogy, Shelley has served as adjunct faculty at Northern Arizona University and currently teaches online classes at California State University, Fullerton.Read the full Bett 2014: Introduction to Tablets in the Classroom Lesson Plan.
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