Pop Goes the Classroom on USA Today

September 10, 2011— (Phoenix, AZ) KellyAnn Bonnell, Education and Outreach Director for Infinite Spectrum Productions was recently selected as regular contributor to the USA Today Education Teacher’s Lounge. Using the integration techniques developed for the Infinite Spectrum Productions Media Literacy Campaign, Pop Goes the Classroom (www.popgoestheclassroom.com), Bonnell will provide educators with tips on the integration of USA Today articles in the classroom as well as general insights into Project Based Learning in Emergent Curriculum.

Bonnell currently oversees educational and mission driven projects at Infinite Spectrum Productions. Her current projects include The Faythe Project: A Teen Dating Violence Initiative and Pop Goes the Classroom, She is also responsible for the administration of Serendipity Educational Resources, a nonprofit incubator supported by the Bonnell family.

About Infinite Spectrum Productions

Infinite Spectrum Productions (www.infspec.com) is a Convergence Media Company, embracing existing and new media resources, to create high quality products for a commercially driven world. From podcasts to viral video, graphic novels to virtual worlds, film and television to  social networking and micro-blogging, we use the tools of the new millennium to market, promote, and produce the mythologies of a new generation.

MEET THE TEAM

President, CEO and Producer
Jon Bonnell

Education and Outreach
KellyAnn Bonnell

Producer
Aaron Ginn-Forsberg

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