Honor Moorman
  • 48, Female
  • New York City, NY
  • United States
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  • Gilberto Ruz
  • Mitzi Moore
  • Shari Albright
  • Michael Cunningham
  • Tim Kubik
  • Mario Moreno
  • Allison Wilner
  • Norman Constantine
  • Susanna Livingston
  • Kyle Meador
  • Roger Nevin


About Me

I am a member of the Asia Society Education team, serving as Associate Director for Professional Development and Curriculum. I was previously an educational consultant supporting the Asia Society’s International Studies Schools Network. For eleven years, I was on the faculty of The International School of the Americas as an English Language Arts teacher, Internship and Service Learning Coordinator, and Dean of Instruction for English and Social Studies. I have also taught pre-service teachers at Texas State University and Trinity University and served as a secondary literacy specialist for the North East Independent School District.

Always eager to learn more and to share that learning with others, I have become a National Board Certified Teacher, a Google Certified Teacher, a Discovery Education Network STAR, a Flat Classroom Certified Teacher, a National Writing Project fellow, and a reviewer for ReadWriteThink.org. I am passionate about continuing to grow as a professional, and sharing that journey with colleagues via online networks like this one!

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Asia Society | Partnership for Global Learning
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Honor Moorman's Blog

Adventures in Web 2.0: Introducing Social Networking into My Teaching

Posted on June 26, 2009 at 11:00am 2 Comments

I’ve shared a bit in previous posts about implementing a Ning to enhance the Internship Program at The International School of the Americas. It’s been a challenging and rewarding adventure. And this past spring I wrote an article about that journey, which has just come out in… Continue

Internet Publishing and Copyright Considerations

Posted on February 25, 2009 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

This week, Mr. Maddox and I co-taught a lesson about copyright, fair use, and Creative Commons in the age of the Internet. As Mr. Maddox said, this lesson was designed to help students “get rich and stay out of jail.”

Mr. Maddox started by asking everyone to listen to a few seconds from a song by Girl Talk to see how many bits and pieces from other musicians they could… Continue

The Blogosphere is Calling

Posted on February 20, 2009 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

I’ve been a little surprised and, honestly, a little disappointed that so few students have started blogging on the ISA Internship Ning. In January, there were 9 blog posts written by 5 different students—more or less the same students who wrote the 14 blog entries that were posted in… Continue

The Pros and Cons of Social Networking in Education

Posted on December 20, 2008 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

As a follow-up to the lesson I described in my last post, Mr. Magadance and I facilitated a student debate about the pros and cons of social networking in education.

In “The Machine is Us/ing Us,” Michael Wesch demonstrates how… Continue

Ning Launch and 21st Century Literacy Lesson

Posted on December 14, 2008 at 3:00pm 1 Comment

Last week, I launched the ISA Internship Ning—a community for my students (12th graders at The International School of Americas) to share their career-exploration internship experiences with one another. This week, I had the chance to teach a lesson in which I tried to help them understand how participating in a professional social network fits into the… Continue

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