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The Professional Library is located in the Oblate living room or Faculty lounge.  It contains items for professional development.  Please make note on the items you borrow and drop them in the black box on top of the shelves or check them out in the library/media center.  There are general professional development materials as well as items in each subject area of the curriculum and other topics of interest and relevency for teacher's professional development.  Please make use of these materials and suggest items that you feel we should add to the collection.  Enjoy! 
Advancing Always:  Summertime Professional Development

Joanne Schiefer


“It was my pleasure to conduct a graduate class here at Bishop Ireton through Trinity Washington University.  This course, MTS 605 Image Editing to Enhance Instructional Tools, was very well attended by both BI and other Diocesan teachers. Three graduate course credits are awarded for attending and may be used toward re-accreditation requirements. “

B.I. Attendees included: Stephen Crooker, Nicole DiLorenzo, Sr. Elizabeth Ann McGuire, Pablo Moglia, David Patterson, and Peggy Verducci.

Pete Hamer


“I attended a conference in Boston in June, given by Partners in the Mission, on Enrollment Management.  The conference was attended by over 100 schools and was a great opportunity to share ideas with colleagues in admissions and financial aid who facing similar challenges.”

Brother Rick Wilson &  Matt Hendricks


“Matt and I participated in the AP Lit/Comp at Woodson. Though intended for new AP teachers, I wanted to hear what Matt was learning----so we both could start our collaboration for our AP course. Further I wanted to be able to amend anything that was not the norm. It was a great opportunity for the both of us in terms starting the catalyst at the heart of team-teaching our AP course.”

Mimi Marquet


“This summer I attended a weeklong Project Look Sharp workshop at Ithaca College.  Project Look Sharp is a media literacy initiative that develops and provides lesson plans, media materials, training and support for the effective integration of media literacy with critical thinking into the classroom.   I plan to incorporate media literacy goals into the Freshman Capstone Project and the Digital Fluency course.  The Project Look Sharp website provides an amazing amount of free resources.”


For more information please see http://www.projectlooksharp.org/

Mike Rauer


June:  Attended the Annual International Society for Technology in education convention in Atlanta, Georgia.  Attached photo is from the Edmodo booth with Ms. Edmodo.

June:  Visited the US Army National Infantry Museum, Fort Benning, GA. 

July:  Visited nine countries in Europe (4,600 miles in rental car) over a three week period.  Toured World War I battlefields and historic areas including crypt graves of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, Artstetten, Austria. (Pictured left)

August:  Visited the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, LA.

August:  Attended the Fairfax County Public Schools SMART Board training conference at R.E. Lee H.S.

Catholic/Salesian Curriculum Integration
"Growing in Wisdom interests me only to the extent that through it, I also grow in holiness. "
St. Francis de Sales

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