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Tour Home: How to use the Internet in Your Classroom
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How to Use the Internet in Your Classroom: Barbara Smith

"As a teacher technologist, it is my job to come up with interesting, logical methods for teaching my students the technology skills required by the state curriculum."
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Barbara Smith


Barbara Smith is proud to be a native Texan, and is trying to visit all 50 states. She received a B.S.E. from Henderson State University in Elementary Education, and an M.Ed. from the University of Houston in Administration and Supervision. For the past 16 years she has worked for the Houston Independent School District, variously as a 1st grade ESL teacher, Science Specialist, and Teacher Technologist. She currently works as a Magnet School Coordinator, supervising a math, science, and technology program in one of the city's oldest schools, Harvard Elementary. For fun, she teaches advanced technology classes  to teachers for the district's Division of Educational Technology.

In her free time, Barbara likes to muck about with web site design and exploring new projects for teaching technology skills in meaningful ways.

You can contact Barbara at barbsmth@tenet.edu, especially if you would like to collaborate on a math, science, or technology project!

 

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