Future Teachers of Tomorrow

The future of technology in the classroom

About the Bloggers September 13, 2012

Dan Berenato is a Junior at Rowan University, majoring in Elementary Education and Writing Arts. He is coming closer to his goal of being a third-grade teacher. Dan is currently enrolled in the Technologies for Future Writing module, and is using this blog to introduce new ideas for a future classroom.

Jaimie Stone is a Junior at Rowan University majoring in Elementary Education with a dual major in Liberal Studies: History and Writing Arts. She is also planning to receive her special education endorsement. When Jaimie graduates, she hopes to teach special education in a first to third grade classroom in an urban area. Jaimie blogs about what it’s like being a writer in the present time with all new technologies.

Lisa Greene is a Senior at Rowan University, majoring in Elementary Education, as well as Writing Arts. She is continuing to reach her goal of receiving a Bachelor’s Degree and starting a career as a teacher in any area from kindergarten through third grade classrooms. One course that Lisa is enrolled in at Rowan University, is The Technologies for Future Writing Module, and she blogs about all the new technologies and the future of writing in the classroom.

Jenny Sisholtz is Senior at Rowan University, majoring in Elementary Education, as well as Writing Arts. I went to Camden County College for two years and Cabrini for one. I found my way to Rowan through a friend and have loved it ever since. I commuate to Rowan from Cherry Hill. Jenny is in writing research and Technology this semester and she blogs about twitter and facebook. She learned about new writing spaces that she never heard of before. When Jenny graduates she hopes to teach Elementary Ed children as well as special Ed. I love working with children and it is very rewarding, I am very excited to know what it is like to have such a rewarding job!


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