Sarah has been involved in education since 1989. She has experience in both private and public schools and has worked as a teacher of learning disabled children, computer teacher, computer support staff for "Semester at Sea" (college program), an instructional technology trainer and, currently, director of technology.
Sarah is particularly interested in training teachers to integrate technology in the classroom. She has presented at such conferences as NECC, the Microcomputers in Education Conference (at Arizona State University), the New Jersey Educational Computing Cooperative Conference and the NJ Association of Independent Schools, on topics including media literacy, virtual worlds for students and various Google topics. She is a graduate of the New York GTA from 2007 and holds a Master of Education in Educational Media and Computers from Arizona State University.
A collection of technology resources from presentations: http://tech-resources.wikispaces.com/
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