An applied curriculum integration theorist, John Arnold shared
valuable insight with us, critical to the development of this
web site. Please read more about Dr. Arnold in the Adolescent Development section of this site.
I am a sixth grade social studies teacher at Martin Middle School
in Raleigh, North Carolina. I will complete my Master's Degree
in Middle Grades, Social Studies in June 2001. I have taught for
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum and
Instruction. I have been in education for 33 years, believe passionately
in curriculum integration and do research in Russian education.
I have a big curriculum integration project planned for fall 2001
called North Carolina's Sixth Graders Go to Russia. Tune in to
this website in June for info about this Great Adventure!
I am a 9-12 grade English Resource teacher at Needham B. Broughton
High School in Raleigh, North Carolina. I have been teaching special
needs students for five years and am planning a major move to
Boston, MA and finally marrying my long time love in July 2001.
I am pursuing my masters in education and will be certified to
teach language arts to grades six through nine. I hope to begin
student teaching in 2002, and look forward to a rewarding career
in North Carolina middle schools.
The truly graduated never educate . . . No, stop . . . reverse
I am the Director of the Center for Learning Technologies in the
NC State College of Education. I have been an educator since 1975
and my great interests are middle school, science education, multicultural
diversity, and technology adoption by teachers. I enjoy making
Web sites to promote these ideas in the schools - see Online Tools
for Schools, http://www.ncsu.edu/ced/onlinetools/
My career goal in education is to make learning relevant for my
students through curriculum integration.
I am a middle grades business education teacher in Wake Forest,
NC. I have great raport with my students, so curriculum integration
will only further enhance this relationship.
I am pursuing my initial certification and a Masters of Education
in Secondary Social Studies.I will begin teaching Fall 2001.
I am a graduate student at NC State University and am a hopeful
teacher of language arts in middle grades.
I am the web geek for the North Carolina State 4H Youth Development
Office here at NC State. In my spare time I'm teaching my four
cats to juggle.
A graphic designer by trade, and a parent of a 16-year-old, what
an enlightening experience it has been to learn from these teachers
and students what it means to be a teacher in today's America!
I am convinced the CI method is the best way to educate our children
and can't wait to begin working with Dr. Beal on her next CI project
North Carolina's Sixth Graders Go to Russia! For a listing of
other educational sites I have worked on please visit my website!
I have a Masters in Elementary Education and have been teaching
for 20 years.
I am a high school special educator teacher who works with and
advocates for all students with disabilities, especially those
with emotional and behavioral disabilities.
A reader, an athlete, a lover of the beach and being outdoors.
I am a seventh grade middle school teacher in the Chapel Hill,
NC school system. I applaud the emphasis curriculum integration
places on learning and really meeting the needs of children.
I'm a first year teacher (middle school Spanish) who has been
at home with my three children for the past 14 years.
Currently, I am a sixth grade teacher who integrates Language
Arts and Social Studies for Mast Charter School in Southern Pines,
N.C. I am also studying at NC State University for a Master's
Degree in Education to advance my teaching abilities. Having only
taught for two years I have truly found my calling.