MHS teacher selected for elite World Food Prize program
Susan Fritzell, Gifted & Talented teacher at Marshalltown High School, was selected to join the elite program that included 40 hours of professional development during the immersion experience as part of the World Food Prize and the Borlaug Dialogues.
The World Food Prize Global Guides program is comprised of 27 educators from 14 states, four nations and eight disciplines. Participants engaged digitally for three months of preparation prior to the immersion experience and will include six months of follow-up practice and application.
Participants interacted with experts in instructional design, food security, immersive technology and digital storytelling.