Building bridges for the future through collaborative projects
I am a member of the Asia Society's Education team, serving as Associate Director for Professional Development and Curriculum. I was previously an educational consultant supporting the Asia Society’s International Studies Schools Network. For eleven years, I was on the faculty of The International School of the Americas as an English Language Arts teacher, Internship and Service Learning Coordinator, and Dean of Instruction for English and Social Studies. I have also taught pre-service teachers at Texas State University and Trinity University and served as a secondary literacy specialist for the North East Independent School District.
Always eager to learn more and to share that learning with others, I have become a National Board Certified Teacher, a Google Certified Teacher, a Discovery Education Network STAR, a Flat Classroom Certified Teacher, a National Writing Project fellow, and a reviewer for ReadWriteThink.org. I am passionate about continuing to grow as a professional, and sharing that journey with colleagues via online networks like this one!
We have come to the end of another exciting Flat Classroom Project, and it's interesting for me to think about how familiar yet how idiosyncratic this experience has been. Last spring, we participated in the NetGenEd Project, our first experience with the Flat Classroom model. Keeping up with the pace of the project, trying my best to facilitate the process for my students, and trusting in the unknown were the hallmarks of that…Continue
Hi, everyone! My name is Honor Moorman and I'm a teacher at The International School of the Americas in San Antonio, Texas, USA. Our school is part of the Asia Society's International Small Schools Network (ISSN), and we are continually seeking new ways to enhance our global…Continue