Holly Carpenter, Awarded by Edgenuity
I am a Library Media teacher for the Worcester Public Schools. As a 4th year teacher, I enjoy sharing my enthusiasm for technology and books with my students in grades K-6. My goals in the classroom are to create an environment of collaboration and creativity while providing an opportunity for all students to grow as critical thinkers.
I am a Mom of two boys, ages 9 and 10, students of the Worcester Public Schools. Along with my husband, we love to travel and explore the amazing places surrounding us here in New England.
I truly appreciate this opportunity that Edgenuity has provided for me to attend the MassCUE Fall Conference. As a first-time attendee, I am looking forward to connecting with, and learning from, peers and finding new strategies to enhance creativity and collaboration in the classroom. Finally, by attending the conference, I am excited to learn new ways to incorporate technology into student learning as part of my teaching practice, but also to share what I learn with my colleagues in my schools.
Kristina Rigoli, Awarded by Blackboard
Kristina “Tia” Rigoli has just started her 4th year of teaching at Barnstable High School. She teaches science and has taught the following courses in the past 4 years: 8th Grade ELL Science, 8th Grade Science, Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Pathology and Biotechnology, and 9th Grade Fundamentals of Life Science. She loves learning about technology and trying different ways to incorporate it into her classroom. She lived in Boston throughout college and for a few years after, but left the city to live in the place she grew up, Cape Cod. She lives in Falmouth with her fiancee and their German Shepherd, Tasha.
Gretchen Webster, Awarded by MassCUE
As a new member of MassCUE, I am thrilled to accept the generous scholarship to attend the 2018 Fall Conference! I was a reading interventionist for 10 years in the Littleton Public School District. This year I moved to Grafton to work at Millbury Street Elementary School at an ELL teacher. I’m excited to learn more ways to creatively use technology to keep kids on the edge of their learning.Print this post