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My interests include:
My objective is to work for an organization which will allow me to use my teaching experience and knowledge of Web 2.0 tools to train individuals in how to use technology to engage students.
Rene was my assistant principal when we both worked at Eagle Point High School. We have been friends ever since then.
John and I work closely regarding technology and career education.
I've worked with Tommy for 2.5 years.
Mr. Baldwin was my principal for two years.
My tech duties fall directly under the leadership of Trish Evens.
In the 1999/2000 school year, I took a sabbatical and wrote a novel which I subsequently self-published. This is that effort which was written under my previous name: Rita Hogan.
Cheerleader, jocks, fast cars, homecoming, football: high school hasn't changed much in the last few decades. Or has it? 35-year-old Justine Herrera teaches English at Birnam High in Southern Oregon. She loves her job and the students. But things are about to change. When Marvin Holmes, beloved principal of Birnam High, is suddenly and inexplicably forced to retire, Justine feels certain Frank Sutter, charismatic Superintendent of the district, is responsible. Sutter replaces Holmes with Margaret Das, a woman with insatiable appetites. Sutter, whose sights are set on the state's Secretary of Education position, directs Das to implement several unproven pilot programs using the district's students as guinea pigs. Insisting on a united front for the media, he makes it clear to Das that any opposition to his programs will not be tolerated. When several teachers are dismissed, Justine's curiosity and sense of fairness compel her to investigate. Her suspicions are confirmed when she stumbles upon information that will bring down the whole leadership team. But district administrators, used to attending conferences at posh resorts and living in opulence, are not about to allow a teacher to change their lifestyles. Out one night on a bike ride, Justine is initially stalked and then struck by a car playing a dangerous game of "cat and mouse." Not to be dissuaded and with the aid of handsome detective, Geoffrey McDuff, Justine continues investigating the district. When her sleuthing uncovers corruption on a grand scale, the attacks escalate and lead to murder. Justine must find out who's behind it all before there are more victims. But the list of suspects is long and time is running out.
In my tenure with the Grants Pass School District, I have taught 6th grade through 12th grade in the following subjects:
In addition, for the last two years I have been the tech coach for the district. My primary duty involves putting on workshops for district employing helping them integrate technology in their classes for more student engagement. I am also responsible for writing occasional blogs about technology, researching new Web 2.0 tools, and learning new programs purchased by the district to enable me to teach staff members.
I taught paragraph writing classes on a part time basis to adults seeking to improve their writing. I taught under my former name Rita Hogan.
During my thirteen years with the Eagle Point High School, I taught English and World History to students in grades 9-12. I was also the advanced placement writing and literature instructor. (I taught under my previous name: Rita Hogan.}
I taught English classes for grades 9-12. I taught under my previous name: Rita Hogan.
I taught language arts classes for 7th and 8th graders. I taught under my previous name: Rita Hogan.
While I was with the Bend School District, I taught 7th and 8th graders the following subjects:
In addition, I put on the school plays and coached track and gymnastics. (I taught under my maiden name: Rita Dilworth.)
I took my Master's courses in the evenings and during the summers while I taught in Bend. My degree is under my maiden name: Rita Elaine Dilworth.
Honors: Graduated with honors
I attained endorsements in the following areas: