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itslearning Announces Winners of “The Heart of Education” Award

itslearning announces the winners of “The Heart of Education” award program, which honors K-12 teachers who are using technology in new and engaging ways to connect with their students.
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itslearning announces the winners of “The Heart of Education” award program, which honors K-12 teachers who are using technology in new and engaging ways to connect with their students. The two winning teachers will each be awarded a $5,000 grant. 

  • Steven Isaacs, an 8th grade teacher from William Annin Middle School in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, was selected as the K-8thgrade winner for his creation of a unique quest-based game development curriculum.
  • Joseph Fatheree, an 11th grade teacher from Effingham High School in Effingham, Illinois, was selected as the 9th-12th grade winner for his use of technology in the classroom to unlock the power of students’ creativity and communicate with varied worldwide audiences.

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