Andrew Marcinek
  • Male
  • Ardmore, PA
  • United States
Share on Facebook
Share on Facebook MySpace

Andrew Marcinek's Colleagues

  • Steven W. Anderson
  • Alan Mills
  • Gina Setti
  • Kelly Nelsen
  • AJ Juliani
  • Joy Walton
  • Thomas Whitby
  • Shannon Miller
  • Dodie Ainslie
  • Deron Durflinger
  • Betty Ray
  • Katherine Bolman
  • Barb Sakamoto
  • Buzz Garwood
  • Angela Morland


Loading… Loading feed

Andrew Marcinek's Discussions


Andrew Marcinek's Page

Comment Wall (9 comments)

You need to be a member of Classroom 2.0 to add comments!

Join Classroom 2.0

At 1:55pm on August 6, 2009, Tamas Lorincz said…
Hi Andrew

I think you #onecomment idea is brilliant. Is there something we could do to get through to a few more people.

At 4:18pm on May 28, 2009, Tamra Lanning said… very first blog follower! Now I'm nervous! Hope I don't disappoint you:) Thanks for all the compliments!
At 3:48am on May 24, 2009, James Edward Charles Webber said…
Hi Andrew
Reading Cuts Stress Levels by 68% by MarieClaire

thanks Jim
At 10:02am on May 12, 2009, Danielle said…
Hi, Thanks for the add Andrew.
At 12:02pm on May 6, 2009, Donelle said…
Hey, I have a doc to share with you. Can you email me your email address? Mine is Thanks!
At 1:00pm on May 1, 2009, Donelle said…
Hey Andrew,
Check this out and let me know what you think. You in?
At 12:32pm on May 1, 2009, Donelle said…
Forgot to mention a thank you for the blog link. Is Adam your brother? His work is absolutely awesome. We exchanged emails today about his work. Stunning!
At 3:27pm on April 30, 2009, Tom Welch said…
Hi Andrew. I'd be interested to hear your thoughts about a posting you must have come across from me.
At 9:44am on April 11, 2009, JoNelle said…
Thanks for sharing your work. Impressive usage of technologies - entertaining and educational. I even look forward to learning more about Shakespeare too.

Profile Information

School / Work Affiliation
Secondary English Teacher
Favored IM Account
Twitter / Plurk / Other Account
About Me
I am a 2003 graduate of the University of Miami, FL. At Miami, I received my Bachelors of Science in communications and English literature. In 2006, I completed my Masters in Secondary Education from Eastern University.

My most recent teaching position was at Springfield Township High School. I taught secondary language arts in a classroom that is equipped to meet the needs of the 21st century student. One of my lessons was recently featured in Edutopia, an online and print educational journal. In addition to my teaching, I helped draft the twelfth grade language arts curriculum at Springfield. I am the advisor for the Model Organization of American States group and am the head coach of the junior varsity baseball team. In 2008, I was selected by the senior class to deliver the graduation address.

In my community, I volunteer weekly at the Saunders House assisted living facility and am a big brother with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Norristown program. On the weekends, I volunteer my time as a coach with the Lower Merion Township youth basketball program.

Andrew Marcinek's Blog

Building Technology Curriculum One Day at A Time

Posted on September 23, 2010 at 7:04am 0 Comments

Two weeks ago should have been my first day of school.…


Announcing ntcamp 2011: Burlington

Posted on September 22, 2010 at 12:13pm 1 Comment

The Return of The One Comment Project

Posted on February 12, 2010 at 6:55am 0 Comments

In July of 2009, I launched The One Comment A Day Project. My mission was to promote new bloggers and bring comments to existing blogs. Initially, The One Comment A Day Project burst on to the scene with the celerity of a gazelle, however, it soon became another faded project. The members of the ning remained, however, the collaborative dialogue that…


Where for art thou Twitter?

Posted on April 20, 2009 at 1:26pm 0 Comments

I have been using Twitter for over a year. Since New Years 2009, Twitter has taken off to new heights. Everybody wants you to follow him or her on twitter, from United States Senators to Shaq, twitter has become a ubiquitous forum for those who want to know everything.…


Replacing the Daily Planner with an iGoogle Page

Posted on April 15, 2009 at 10:28am 0 Comments

Every year, students receive a daily planner before the start of school. Depending on the grade level, some teachers will spend a day showing students how to effectively plan their week. For most, this is a practical tool that has worked for many years. However, it is also a tool that many students lose. What if it was…



Win at School

Commercial Policy

If you are representing a commercial entity, please see the specific guidelines on your participation.





© 2024   Created by Steve Hargadon.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service