Theresa Stager is an elementary school principal who just completed her first year as the lead learner. Principal Stager talks about her use of technology as a school administrator.
Theresa Stager is the principal at St. Mary’s Catholic School (Rockwood, MI) where she just completed her first year as the lead learner for the pre-K to 8 school. Theresa is actively involved in every facet of making her school a better place where all students and teachers will succeed.
Theresa believes in continuous professional development and values technology integration for making data-driven decisions for both students and staff.
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Time for New Tools
Google Classroom is coming but it’s coming in September. That doesn’t make much sense. I believe Google should be releasing this potential game changer in the world of LMS’s NOW. Teachers need time to play with new tools and work out the kinks and bugs. I don’t know many teachers who could just say on the first day of school, “I feel like starting to use a new LMS with my students this year, I will start now…”
Kyle Calderwood – Technology Coordinator at Tuckerton (NJ) Elementary School where he helps teachers infuse their instruction with new technologies.
Kyle earned his BA in Communications and his MA in Instructional Technology both from the Richard Stockton College of NJ where he is also an adjunct professor. He teaches a digital tools course to better prepare undergraduates for the job market.
The organizer of TeachMeetNJ, a free K-12 educational Technology conference that will take place on August 18, 2014, at the Richard Stockton College. The cost of the conference is FREE! Visit http://www.teachmeetnj.com/ for more information and to register
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