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How to Use the Internet in Your Classroom: Linda Kuzyk

"The more I worked on it (WebQuest), the more I realized what a great teaching, learning, and assessment tool a WebQuest could be."
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Linda Kuzyk

My name is Linda Kuzyk (Kuzyk rhymes with Music). I have been an elementary educator for thirty-one years. My love for teaching is still very strong. My love for learning is yet stronger. When I am in (and out of) the classroom, "both" happens. 

My passion is technology, followed very closely by science. I also love literature and writing. I earned my B.S. from The University of Maine in Farmington and my Masters from The University of Maine in Orono. I was the state winner for Technology Teacher of the Year from "Technology and Learning Magazine" in 1995, state winner for The Presidential Award for Excellence in Elementary Science Teaching in 1996, and earned my National Board Certification (Middle Level Generalist) in 1999. 

My hobbies include painting with oils and writing (fiction and poetry). I grew up on the coast of Maine (Mount Desert Island) and moved to the mountains when a teaching opportunity arose back in 1969. I have been here ever since. I get back to the ocean often enough so that that part of me stays alive and well. 

My husband, Peter, is the technology coordinator for our school district. Together, we have a chow-chow named Bear, whom we call Woogie, and five adorable cats, lovingly referred to as my "babies with fur." My children are all grown now. My son, Christopher Torrey, manages a Patagonia Store in Bar Harbor, and my daughter, Cynthia Torrey is still a college student who is taking a break to "find herself." 

You can reach me at kuzykl@cps.sad44.org 

LINKS I LOVE

http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/mrsks5thgrade1999 

www.angelfire.com/me3kuzykl/index.html 

http://Yco.Lightspan.Com/Mrskuzyksclass 

www.esc20.net/etprojects 

http://funbrain.com 

www.zapme.com/net/techerslounge/teacherslounge.html 

http://ericae.net 

www.thursdaysclassroom.com 

www.mainecenter.org/seed

www.teachersnetwork.org

 

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