Megan Mongelli
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United States - South Carolina - Fort Mill
Megan Mongelli
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Because our society has embraced technology, we as teachers must do the same!
 
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Scan the QR codes on the devices to listen to Robert Munsch reading 48 of his books. Students will love how the books come to life as this animated author reads aloud each of his book with laugh out loud expression! Happy Reading!
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This exciting multiplication game makes technology integration easy and learning interactive! Your students will love scanning QR codes to check to see if they have mastered their multiplication facts! Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J
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Your students will have so much fun matching arrays with the corresponding multiplication fact then scanning the QR code to check their work! Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. http://www.djinkers.com
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This exciting game aligned with common core standards makes technology integration easy and learning interactive! Your students will love scanning QR codes and matching the numbers one through ten by identifying the word and numeral form, as well as
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Help your students make sums of ten with this fun game! Look at the ten frame and find out how many more to make ten. Match your answer with the corresponding card. Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. http://www.djinkers.com
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22 pages full of print and go math resources designed to not only spread a little Christmas cheer to your classroom this December, but reinforce Common Core Math standards and integrate technology with some QR code fun! Games include: Runaway
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Another exciting game aligned with common core standards makes technology integration easy and learning interactive! Your students will love scanning QR codes and matching sums with the correct addition number sentence. Graphics &/or fonts
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This is a great way to reinforce the concept of making ten, using ten frames and QR codes. Students will have to see how many more to make ten and then can scan the QR code to find the matching answer. Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J
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This 40 page file will sure inspire your students to help them "snow" their math facts and build their fact fluency. Games Include: +0 Facts +1 Facts Sums of Ten Facts Doubles Facts Doubles + 1 Facts All games have a scannable QR code for students
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Count the ten frames pictured in the box. Write the number in numeral form. Scan the QR code to check your answer.
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Practice matching the word, numeral, and pictorial representations of numbers one through ten in this cute math activity. Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. http://www.djinkers.com
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Practice skip counting. What number comes next? Scan the QR code to check your work. Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. http://www.djinkers.com
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Do you "snow" your doubles plus one facts? Solve the number sentence, then scan the QR code to find the matching sum! Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. http://www.djinkers.com
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This exciting game aligned with common core standards makes technology integration easy and learning interactive! Your students will love counting on to find out what number comes next and scanning the QR code to check their work. Graphics &/or
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Ringing in the New Year is perfect for your little mathematician. These 2 math centers will engage your students as they work on their fact fluency with sums of ten, decomposing two-digit numbers into the tens and ones form, and integrating
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This exciting game aligned with common core standards makes technology integration easy and learning interactive! Your students will love scanning QR codes and matching the numbers one through ten by identifying the word and numeral form, as well
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Have fun matching the numeral, word, and pictorial representations of the numbers one through ten. Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. http://www.djinkers.com
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Your students will have lots of frosty fun finding the sums to the addition number sentences. Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. http://www.djinkers.com
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Practice the commutative property by finding the matching addition number sentences in this cute reindeer game. Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. http://www.djinkers.com
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Young learners will love practicing their single digit addition skills with this Thanksgiving themed QR code math center. Solve the problem and find the matching sum by scanning the QR code. Make it to the turkey to win! Graphics &/or fonts
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I currently teach technology focusing on Project Based Learning to students in grades K-5. Prior to that, I was a first grade teacher for one year and a second grade teacher for 6 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My philosophy of teaching is that learning should be viewed as a continual collaborative journey towards both the district and the school’s vision statement; teachers sharing a common academic mission; a nurturing and warm environment for the highest academic potential and the community base beyond the school as an integral asset to be brought in. In doing so, students become more engaged learners. When students are more engaged in their education, they will be more active as learners, have a higher level of achievement, and have an innate desire to continue their learning beyond the school grounds. When students are engaged, they personalize and facilitate their own learning. Engaged students come from integrating technology into a variety of subjects, a teacher’s design and application of significant pedagogy; students feeling like their teachers know and understand them, and a continuation of learning beyond the classroom and school grounds. I also feel strongly that student engagement is best supported when their parents and community are engaged alongside them. To be an outstanding teacher you must engage your students. Technology integration is an effective means of engagement. Because our society has embraced technology, we as teachers must do the same, by altering how we are teaching and by what ways we can integrate technology. We need to develop critical thinkers in a digital age that can solve real world problems in creative and collaborative ways, through Project Based Learning and innovations in technology, thereby rethinking education, integrating technology and meeting the needs of both our current generation and future generations of students.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Pleasant Knoll Elementary School Teacher of the Year 2013

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Slippery Rock University in 2004 with a degree in Elementary Education.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

@MongelliMegan Wife, mom, daughter, sister, teacher, innovator, leader, and all around computer nerd