"Great to connect with someone with roots in AZ! I'm assuming you were on the Tucson Campus for ASDB. The Phoenix Campus was right down the street from where I was principal at Orangewood School for 18 years and we did lots of exchange…"
After spending a lifetime on US Submarines as an Electronic Technician I attended the University of Arizona earning a graduate degree in Severe Profound Disabilities with emphasis in working with children who are Deafblind. It is here that I found my passion for educational technology. Since then I have been an Assistive Technology Practitioner, Teacher of the Deaf, Teacher of the Blind, Resource Room Teacher, Educational Specialist, Assistant Principal, Principal, and am currently an Executive Director of Technology and Assessment.
Great to connect with someone with roots in AZ! I'm assuming you were on the Tucson Campus for ASDB. The Phoenix Campus was right down the street from where I was principal at Orangewood School for 18 years and we did lots of exchange activities with them. We have a lot in common because I was also once (long time ago) the Principal/Exec. Director of Willie Ross School for the Deaf in Longmeadow, MA. Our program was a day program that was based in several public schools with side by side classes. I have maintained my interest in Special Education throughout my career. If you're interested, I also started a Diigo group for Special Ed in the 21st Century that has a lot of people sharing resources in case you'd like to explore them. http://groups.diigo.com/group/special-ed-in-the-21st-century
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