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“If we want technology to become an everyday part of learning, we need to make sure we first encourage a love of exploration, experimentation and discovery and a willingness to stick with something even if it is hard.“

–Tracey Nangle

Tracey Nangle

North Smithfield

Tracey Nangle is a middle school educator in North Smithfield, RI. She believes blended learning is the future of education. Being part of the Fuse Fellow community has allowed her to grow exponentially as a classroom teacher and as a resource for her students and colleagues.
ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Supported two district admin teams in developing vision for blended and personalized learning
  • Led team of teachers on site visits to model blended learning classrooms around the state
  • Created blog to document blended learning experience

MY FUSE RI PROJECT
Educational Curiosities Blog
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Fuse RI Alumni Tour Spotlight: Tracey Nangle
Remarks from Fuse Fest