Katherine Halas Moulton is a high school French immersion and technology teacher in Rexton, New Brunswick.  She has taught all grade levels from nursery to adults in several provinces and in Japan.  She is currently completing her Masters of Education in Information Technology through Memorial University of Newfoundland and her Principal’s Certificate.  She received the 2011 district Marjorie Sinclair Commitment to 21st Century Learning award.  She lives in the woods with her husband Gary, their boys, and Newfoundland dogs.  She can be contacted at katherine.halas.moulton@gmail.com.

The beautiful and original chalk art image in my header is by David Zinn.

The image below is image that illustrates her teaching philosophy.  It serves as reminder to admire the creativity, ingenuity and brilliance of youth – especially when they are motivated by something that they find interesting. It is not the technology that is important is the ability to adapt, be motivated, and try something new.

Awesome kids use what they have to make a great game

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