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Kathleen Ralf ‏@DeutscheKath

Kathleen Ralf teaches Humanities & English at Frankfurt International School in Oberursel, Germany. She is also an instructor for Global Online Academy where she teaches a course on Genocide and Human Rights. As a teacher she works to create a classroom that is active, hands on, and full of creativity. She has been an active leader in technology integration on her 1:1 campus as well as an advocate of the Blended Learning model.  Kathleen has presented at the European League of Middle Level Education (ELMLE) Conference in 2015, 2016 and 2017 as well as the University of Rhode Island's Summer Institute for Digital Literacy.  Kathleen has a BA in History from the University of Washington and an MS in Educational Technology from Walden University. She enjoys traveling around Europe with her family and experiencing out of the way spots as a local.  You can find me on Twitter @Deutschekath.

Starr Sackstein | @MsSackstein

Starr Sackstein currently works at World Journalism Preparatory School in Flushing, N.Y., as a high-school English and journalism teacher. She is the author of Teaching Mythology Exposed: Helping Teachers Create Visionary Classroom Perspective, Blogging for Educators, Teaching Students to Self-Assess, Hacking Assessment, The Power of Questioning and Simply May . She blogs for Education Week Teacher on “Work in Progress” in addition to her personal blog StarrSackstein.com where she discusses all aspects of being a teacher. Sackstein co-moderates #sunchat and contributes to #NYedChat. In speaking engagements, Sackstein speaks about blogging, journalism education, throwing out grades and BYOD, helping people see technology doesn’t have to be feared. Follow her @MsSackstein on Twitter.