Introducing the 2017 Colorado PBS Digital Innovator
Rocky Mountain PBS congratulates Bretta Loeffler, a first-grade teacher at Hulstrom K-8 in the Adams 12 Five Star Schools district, as one of 52 educators from across the country selected for the fifth annual PBS Digital Innovators Program. The program recognizes classroom changemakers: educators who skillfully approach education with a bold and fresh perspective, and who integrate digital media and resources into their classrooms in a way that sparks a love of learning for their students.
Bretta infuses technology into all aspects of her first-grade classroom, and her technology tools include PBS LearningMedia and PBS KIDS ScratchJr. She says that “PBS LearningMedia is great for kids because it helps them take the first step toward being safe and conscientious digital citizens.”
PBS Digital Innovators participate in ongoing professional development; share their ideas on PBS platforms; have access to exclusive resources from PBS LearningMedia; receive a free PBS Teacherline professional development course; and are invited to special events, including a PBS Digital Summit.
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