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Please Note: This is my professional wiki that I use for presentations. It is not open to membership requests. However, you may download any materials posted on this site exclusively for use in the classroom.

If you would like to purchase my new publication - Authentic Learning Experiences: A Real World Approach to Project Based Learning - click here.

If you would like to purchase my Edmodo How-To book -** click here. To read a review of the book, click here.

If you would like to contact me regarding any of the information contained in my presentations or to schedule a workshop or consultation, I can be reached at any of the following email addresses:

dayna@bie.org (Buck Institute for Education

daynalaur@gmail.com (Laur Educational Consulting)

dayna@proj-arc.com (Project ARC, LLC)

Twitter: @daylynn

Dayna Laur
Independent Educational Consultant and Author
Board Member: The Threshold School
Former Social Studies Teacher: Central York High School, Baldwin High School
Former Health and Human Services Academy Coordinator and Department Chair
NBPTS Certified Social Studies Adolescence and Young Adult (2003, 2012)
B.A. History: VA Tech 1995
M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction: University of Pittsburgh 1998
M.S. 21st Century Teaching and Learning: Wilke's University 2010
Model Teacher for Authentic Based Instruction for the National Institute for Professional Practice via Wilkes 21st Century Teaching and Learning Master's Program
The Buck Institute for Education: Senior National Faculty
http://www.bie.org/about/profiles/cat/faculty
ASCD National Presenter
http://www.ascd.org/professional-development/oscb/faculty/Laur-D.aspx
Teacher Advisor for The Harlan Institute http://harlaninstitute.org/home/?page_id=59
Teacher consultant for Milestone Documents
2007 Templeton Lecture on Immigration Lesson Plan Winner from the National Constitution Center
ACE Award University of VA 2008
Shippensburg University Outstanding Teacher 2010 and Guest Lecturer
First Place winner: PennCord/Civic's First Citizenship Curriculum 2010
Can We Talk? A Conversation on Civility and Democracy - Feature Panelist for History
Feature Teacher in Edutopia's Schools that Work Series
Featured Global Education Hero: Edventures 365
Feature Blogger: Experts and Newbies
Guest Blogger: National Constitution Center
Guest Blogger: York Counts
Article Contributor to EARCOS Tech Edge
Online Learning Exchange Project Creator: OLE Olympics
Lynda.com Author: Teaching Fundamentals: Project Based Learning


Legal Copyright Disclaimer: All work is the property of Dayna Laur. If you would like to use my resources, please feel free to use them in the classroom or for informal professional development. They are, however, not for "profit" publication or presentation without my expressed written consent.