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Sarah Boyle is a Technology Integration Specialist for the Milford Public Schools, a 1:1 Chromebook district, and a Google environment. She is a certified Seesaw Ambassador, Newsela Educator, EdPuzzle Coach, Flipgrid Educator Level 1 and 2, Common Sense Educator, Read&Write District Coach, and Google Level 1 & 2 Educator. Sarah leads professional development opportunities in Milford focusing on utilizing classroom devices effectively and integrating technology into the curriculum. Sarah has over 10 years of classroom teaching experience in both public and private settings in grades 1-5. She is a born and raised farm girl from Maryland and currently lives on the South Shore with her husband, two children, and their dog.
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Kristin is a seventh grade, Lead Science Teacher, at Tantasqua Junior High School, a regional school in central Massachusetts. She has been in the classroom for over 20 years. Kristin is a member of MassCue and is a social media ambassador and presenter at the MassCue Conference this year. She has facilitated many professional development opportunities in her own district, and has presented at the USM Summer Spark Conference in Milwaukee, WI. Kristin follows both the #tlap (Teach Like A Pirate) and #ditchbook (Ditch That Textbook) hashtags, and co-moderates the #scitlap (Science Teach Like A Pirate) Twitter Chat, every Wednesday at 8:30 EST. She considers herself an educational pirate, a ditcher, and an ed-tech tinkerer.
Rochelle Cooper has been a certified MA educator for 19 years. Just this year, she has taken on a new role as the K-12 Digital Learning Coach for Lynnfield Publics Schools. She received her undergraduate degree in English from Holy Cross College and her Master’s Degree in Teaching from Simmons College. Rochelle began her teaching career as a special education 1:1 paraprofessional and spent the next 11 years as a 5th grade classroom teacher at Lynnfield Middle School. Since 2011, Rochelle's "educator" path took on a new dimension in her work as a Digital Learning Consultant. In this role, Rochelle worked with districts, schools and educators to assist with technology training and integration. She is also the curator and facilitator of many online courses and professional development opportunities for educators - offered through both MassCUE and Salem State Collaborative. Rochelle had the pleasure of working in the Learning Services Assistant for MassCUE for two years prior to taking on her Digital Learning Coach role. She also serves on the MassCUE Professional Development Committee.
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Melissa is a 6th-grade ELA teacher for Worcester Public Schools. She has worked in WPS for 10 years. She is a Google Certified Trainer and took part in the iTeacher cohort as a school-based innovative technology lead specialist. She is currently working with the district in an After-Hours program for trainers to support families and students. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, or visit her new blog for tech tips and instructional technology remote learning reflections.
Adele is a preservice teacher that is currently studying at Northeastern University.She is graduating with her B.A. in Sociology in May and will be joining Northeastern’s MAT+1 program for Elementary Education after graduation. She did a co-op at Pierce School in Brookline, MA in the Spring of 2019, where she was a building and teacher’s assistant.