I currently teach 10th and 11th Grade English in a suburban Philadelphia school district. I've grown up in PA, but have spent many summers abroad. Right now I'm finishing up my Master's in Global and International Education from Drexel University and just founded a non-profit organization, Project Inform (project-inform.org). I also serve as the Director of Educational Development for Swaziland Relief - an NGO serving the orphans of Swaziland (swazilandrelief.org). Check out my E-Book "The 2.0 Teacher" available online at the20teacher.com or in the iTunes and App Store.
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