We love when our PLPers win awards and are celebrated for their work. The Center for Digital Education and Converge Online have just announced Brian Licata, who was in the PEARLS cohort last year, as winner in the K-12 Education Digital Application/Project category.
According to the Converge website, “The awards showcase exceptional K-12 and higher education websites, digital technology projects and programs that have enriched education for students and teachers.”
Check out Brian’s videos and see why the organization decided his outstanding work should be highlighted.
Brian, we’re proud of you and the impact you are having on your students!
Update: Brian’s featured in the New York Times! Great story about your work, Brian….
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The progression of the education system starting with the basic K-12 system then progressing through post-secondary education. K-14 refers to K-12 plus 2 years of post-secondary where training was received from vocational technical institutions or comminuty or junior colleges. The K numbers refer to the years of educational attainment and continues to progress upward accordingly depending on the degree being sought.’*,’
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