Katherine C. Mann

Kathy Mann is an Assistant Principal at École Broxton Park School, a K-9 school in Spruce Grove, Alberta. It includes a French Immersion program, a Maranatha Christian Alternative Program, and Specialized Programs for students with special needs. Kathy has long been interested in how assessment can inform teacher practice,  conceptual understandings in mathematics, and integration of technology to differentiate instruction. Kathy recently began her blog at katherinecmann.wordpress.com (Mrs. Mann’s Blog), to help her engage in conversation about teaching and learning with the diverse and numerous staff at Broxton Park.  You can also connect with Kathy on Twitter at http://twitter.com/katherinecmann.

2 Comments

  1. Hi Katherine;

    We are looking for tech literate schools to pilot our beta IWB lessons (PK-5). No cost! We just like to hear the feedback from the users. In return, each teacher that pilots the program can keep the sample lessons.
    Here is a video from our webinars. http://www.electrokite.com/webinar/

    Thanks in advance;
    Kerrie Gallagher
    Electrokite, Inc

    July 27, 2011
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  2. Courtney said:

    Hello,

    My name is Courtney Burner and I am currently enrolled in Leadership Program for my Masters. Presently, I am taking a Technology course. I was hoping you would be able to answer some questions for me. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading the educational material on your blog/Twitter. It is clear to see you are a motivational leader. I read about how you are a principal and I am aspiring to be one as well. Would you mind sharing what encouraged you to blog and use technology to communicate? By using resources like Twitter, have you found any benefits of improvement in communication or organizational efficiency? Has using technology helped you be a lead learner to your staff? I just entered into the blogging world. If you have any suggestions for me, I am more than willing to take any advice. Here is my link: https://cburner.edublogs.org/ If you have time, I would truly appreciate if you could respond. Thank you for your time. Have a wonderful day.

    February 9, 2016
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