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Year: 1997 – Province: Newfoundland and Labrador
Certificate of Achievement Recipients
Jane Scaplen, a French immersion teacher at Sacred Heart Elementary School in Marystown, regularly uses the Internet to make distances disappear. By integrating computer technology into her teaching she provides her students with continuous access to French-language use, and broadens their geographic and cultural awareness. They improve their academic and social skills, and gain valuable familiarity with new technologies. She and her students initiate and participate in many on-line educational activities. Two of their Internet-based projects were recognized as exemplary by the International Society for Technology in Education's Special Interest Council on Telecommunications. In addition to her classroom involvement with technology, she acts as a resource for other teachers. She is recognized provincially and internationally for her contributions and accomplishments in this field.
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