I work as the Digital Literacy & Computer Science Coordinator in New England for a district of about 3000 students. In this work, I direct a team of four Tech Integration Specialists that work in the high school, middle and elementary schools supporting the use of technology in meaningful ways. It also allows me to conduct trainings for the district and find ways to create programs for students to foster a love of technology, creativity and critical thinking. I love my work and wanted to continue strengthening my skills by pursuing higher education in my field. For this reason, I enrolled in the Masters of Educational Technology program at Boise State University.
On this site you’ll see examples of the work created throughout my time as a graduate student at Boise State University in the Masters of Educational Technology program. You’ll see samples of lessons, writing, research and the way I apply my thinking to the AECT standards.