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Educators showcase technology at BoE
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Members of the Technology Advisory Board are, front row: Celia Norris, Dr. Patti Crane, Portia Evans, Dr. Britney Mobley and Cathy Lane; second row: Judy Hellgren, Claire Blanchard, Dr. James M. Johnson, Debra Frazier, LaVerne Halliburton, Chris Anderson, Deloris Crawford and Melissa Roberts; back row: Tom Alexander, Mary Guiendon, Christina Connors, Scott Carrier, Katrina Bateman, Dr. Debbie Rodriguez and Nancy Snell. - photo by Photo provided.

The Liberty County School System recently held a technology showcase at the Liberty County Board of Education during which the administrators from each school highlighted the ways technology is infused into the curriculum every day.
The administrators and the county’s instructional technology staff make up the nationally awarded Technology Advisory Board, better known as T.A.B., whose goal is to empower educators to become leaders in the field of educational technology as they guide their schools into the 21st century.
At the culmination of this year’s program, the administrators shared their schools’ models of technology integration, technology successes achieved by teachers and their classes, as well as other technology-based school initiatives that have had a positive impact on student learning.
The objective of the showcase was to afford T.A.B. members the opportunity to share with one another and Superintendent Dr. Judy Scherer the revolutionary ways in which technology is redesigning the learning environment, school officials said.
Administrators said they came away with diverse models and proven strategies to take back to their schools as they plan for next year.

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