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How to Use the Internet in Your Classroom: Katherine Nell McNeil

"Students with behavioral disorders have the highest drop-out and failure rates of all students with disabilities. After questioning how her students were being educated, this teacher realized that she needed to implement change through design of her own program... Her strategy: technology would become the tool for students to "buy into" academic achievement, to develop reading and writing skills. and to connect their learning to the real world of work." (read more)

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Katherine Nell McNeil

I am a special education teacher at Northwood Junior High School in Renton, WA. I have a self-contained program which serves 7,8,and 9th graders. I designed a program where students use technology to achieve academic and behavioral excellence.

In my spare time, I am a doctoral student at Seattle University. I am also a computer geek. I also designed a website for my program. I am active in the Seattle Native American community and I dance in powwows.

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www.seanet.com/~kmcneil/JAG

 

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