Greenfield Community Virtual School
Liz Colantuonio is an educator with an undergraduate degree in Elementary and Special Education from Wheelock College and a Masters in Education from Emmanuel College in Educational Technology. She has over 25 years of classroom teaching experience with 16 of those years working as a Digital Learning Specialist in Westford, Massachusetts. She is now teaching at the Greenfield Commonwealth Virtual School where she is a Special Education Teacher for K-3 students. Additionally, she works as an adjunct instructor for the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS) in New Hampshire where she teaches Technology courses (Social Media, Learning in a Digital World, Technology 4&5) and Family Consumer Science (Early Childhood, Parenting) classes at the Elementary, High School and Adult Education levels. She also works as an adjunct faculty member at Granite State College, in the School of Education, where she teaches Strategies for Teaching Science to both undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students.