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Please add onto the bottom of this list: your name, school, and particular areas of interest. If you are interested in becoming a co-administrator of this wiki, please contact Demetri.


  • Fred Bartels - Rye Country Day School - Learning w[th Laptops, CAD, SketchUp Work
  • arvind s grover - The Hewitt School, blogs at 21apples, webcasts at 21st Century Learning and past President of the New York Consortium of Independent Schools' Technologists (NYCIST) - computer science, 1:1 computing, Moodle, open source software, project based learning, emerging technologies
  • Justin D'Onofrio - The Chapin School - tech monkey, infrastructure, network kit, servers & services, digital media (video, audio & photography), graphic & web design
  • Neil Martinez - The Chapin School - tech monkey, network services coordinator, computer proficiency
  • Laurie Bartels - Rye Country Day School - 1:1 computing, application of brain-based research to teaching, curriculum design in a tech-infused environment, professional development
  • Stephen Lewis, Director--Lab A Dab A Do at Trevor Day School- Interactive Flash applets, "CodeSkills" curriculum, teaching programming using Flash Actionscript, Virtual Manipulatives, game-making environments Applets R Us
  • Tom Smith - The Park School - Director of Information Technology
  • Demetri Orlando - Educational Technology Specialist
  • Elizabeth Helfant - Mary Institute Country Day School, St Louis - Instructional Technology
  • Chris Bigenho- Director of Technology-Greenhill School: Faculty professional development, blended learning (WetCT, Moodle etc.), current learning theories, emerging technologies (wiki, podcasting, blogging, vlogging etc)- Computer as a "thinking tool" Change management
  • Rick Bauer - Technology Director, Storage Networking Industry Association (http://www.snia.org), former CIO for two independent schools The Hill School and Severn School, currently independently consulting in educational technology and management, interests in security, open-source, data/information management, one-to-one computing.
  • Lucy Gray - Apple Distinguished Educator and Middle School Computer Science Teacher, The University of Chicago Laboratory Schools - professional development, multimedia, emerging technologies, iPods in education
  • Dean Ellerton - Suffield Academy - 1:1 Computing, Technology Administration and Plannning, Educational sysadmin tools, Student Information Systems, Apple Distinguished Educator
  • Curt Lieneck, IT Director and Chief Cat Herder, University of Chicago Laboratory Schools - IT policy, practice, and philosophy in academic computing, communication tools, digital storytelling, professional development strategies for faculty and staff, effective change management strategies for independent schools
  • Peter Vinogradov - Poughkeepsie Day School - Assistant Director of Technology - Student information systems, FileMaker, Web Design
  • Mary Jean Conlon The American School in London - Libraries, physical and virtual
  • Lorrie Jackson - Laptop Institute 2007 and Coordinator of Instructional Technology, Lausanne Coillegiate school- 1:1 initiatives, scope and sequence in tech curriculum, open source and the average user
  • Athena Maikish, Co-Director of Technology, National Cathedral School, Washington DC, Seamless integration in classrooms, Open-source
  • Robert Kennedy, Private Schools Guide, Raleigh, NC Hardware/software replacement cycles, blogging, podcasting, virtual communications
  • Virginia Corbiere - Director of Technology, The Foote School
  • Alex Ragone Collegiate School and Learning Blog, Director of Technology, faculty professional development, webcasting, podcasting, blogging, student information systems, school databases
  • Daniel Hudkins - The Harker School - Director of Instructional Technology - Professional development, 1:1 laptop program, philosophy of education, motorcycle restoration
  • Don McNamee [1] - Coordinator of Academic Technology (MS/HS) - 1:1 Computing, Professional Development, OS Migration, Special Technology Projects & Educational Video Conferencing
  • Pamela Livingston, Head of Technology, The Peck School, Morristown, NJ, 1-to-1 laptop program, professional development, author of "1-to-1 Learning: Laptop Programs That Work" published by ISTE, adjunct professor at Chestnut Hill College, web site http://www.pamelalivingston.com
  • Marcia Ross- Starting Point Services for Children. aspiring Instructional Technologist
  • Alex Inman Whitfield Linux Laptop Blog Director of Technology at Whitfield School, advocate for open source as part of an affordable and sustainable laptop program, former dir. of tech at University Lake School (laptops 99-present).
  • Bruce Lemieux - Director of Technology; Cushing Academy Interested in collaborative learning opportunities, One to One programs, Technology Integration; work includes all areas of technology at Cushing Academy.
  • Derrel Fincher Graded School Director of Technology, Escola Graduada de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil - Interests: authentic integration of collaboration, communication, and information technologies in K-12 education, building community with technology.
  • Albert Throckmorton, Assistant Head, St. Mary's Episcopal School, Memphis, TN. NAIS Principles of Good Practice. Leadership & Technology book. 1:1 computing; internet safety.
  • Susan Carter Morgan, Instructional Technology Coordinator, Fredericksburg Academy, Fredericksburg, VA. 1:1 laptops, blogging, social networking, professional development, website: http://falconms.typepad.com/fatech/
  • Mark Inglis, Director of Technology, Denver School of Science and Tech, Denver, CO 1:1, tech logistics, why tech doesn't change test scores, & more. http://scienceandtech.org


(Also see Frappr map of ISED folk.)

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