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Employer:Teachers Without Borders
Occupation:Program Director
Skype address:teachandlearn

Konrad_Glogowski holds a PhD degree in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. His doctoral research focused on the use of blogging communities in education and their impact on the quality of student writing, student engagement, and the changing role of the teacher. His current principal research interests lie in the field of adolescent literacy, multiliteracies, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, and teacher development, with a specific focus on practitioner inquiry and communities of practice.

Konrad has taught English in grades 7-12 and has worked as an e-learning consultant in both public and private sectors. He is the recipient of the 2005 International Educational Blogging Award and his work has been featured on CBC Radio (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). Konrad has presented his research at numerous educational conferences and spent the last seven years researching online communities in education and the role of reflective practice in teacher development. He is passionate about helping schools and teachers successfully integrate technology in a variety of subject areas. He has worked with pre- and in-service teachers in Canada, the United States, and internationally, most recently in South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, and Rwanda.

Konrad uses his blog of proximal development to reflect on issues surrounding adolescent literacy, teacher development, and the use of technology in education. Dr. Glogowski oversees all of TWB's active programs, as well as the development and implementation of the Certificate of Teaching Mastery, working closely with mentors, partners, teacher-leaders and members, and employing his technology background to ensure that the CTM is relevant for teachers worldwide.


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