WEP 0044: Technology and Curriculum an Interview with Jenny Grabiec

An Interview with Jenny Grabiec

GrabiecKelly interviews Jenny Grabiec about curriculum and technology.

Jenny began her teaching career as a third grade teacher in New York State. Selected as an Apple Distinguished Educator in 2013, Jenny has spent the past five years working primarily with iPad and Mac in education. Jenny is currently the Director of Instructional Technology at The Fletcher School, a K-12 school in Charlotte, NC for students with specific learning disabilities and/or ADHD. Here she had the privilege of leading a one-to-one iPad/Mac rollout with students, faculty and staff. Her passion is inspiring students to select the best tools to support them in their learning. You can followh her on Twitter @jennygrabiec .

Mentioned in this podcast:

Jenny’s website: www.jennygrabiec.com

To learn more about UDL: www.udlcenter.org

iCan with iOS a book by Jenny you can download now off of the iTunes store. Yes, and… here are more books by Jenny.

Orton Gillingham Approach to Reading: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orton-Gillingham

Most influential book: The Dyslexic Advantage by Ben Foss

Jamf Casper: the ultimate mobile device rollout tool.

Favorite Apps: Wunderlist, BookCreator


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2 thoughts on “WEP 0044: Technology and Curriculum an Interview with Jenny Grabiec

  1. We’re honored to have Dyslexic Advantage named as most influential book (Thanks!), but wanted to let you know that you got the author wrong. It was written by Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide. Also Dyslexic Advantage is now a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to promoting the positive side of dyslexia.