Kathy is available to:
- Co-teach technology lessons
- Research appropriate technology software
- Provide technology training for staff
Vision for Campbell
As the Instructional Technology Coordinator at Campbell, my goal is to support teachers as they integrate technology skills in classroom learning and expeditions with their students. In this effort, I work with teachers to promote the Arlington Public School vision of personalized learning in Campbell’s project based learning approach to teach the curriculum. I believe it is also important for all students to learn basic computer skills which include proper use of the keyboard and how to use iPads to enhance their learning. Students apply these skills to their projects, field work, reflection and exhibition showcases.
I have been an educator for over 21 years. During that time I have taught business and technology courses to students in middle school, high school and community college. My experience as a Career & Technology Educator has given me the opportunity to work with students from diverse backgrounds and with many different learning styles. I have a B.A. in Psychology (emphasis in cognition & learning) from the University of South Florida, as well as Master’s degrees in Instructional Technology from Appalachian State University and Special Education from George Mason University. I am dedicated to contributing meaningful learning through technology to the Campbell community of educators, students and families.