Formerly a K-6 technology teacher, Lisa Thumann has been with the Center for Mathematics, Science and Computer Education at Rutgers University in New Jersey since 2002. As the Center’s Senior Specialist in Technology Education, Lisa facilitates professional development sessions on campus as well as travels throughout New Jersey going into districts helping teachers integrate technology into their classrooms. Her focus for the Center is her 21st Century Learning Initiative and helping teachers to develop and participate in their personal learning networks. Lisa also presents at State and National conferences such as Alan November’s Building Learning Communities, ISTE (formally NECC) and the 2010 Global Education Conference. You can also find her speaking for the NJ Association for Educational Technology and the NJ Educational Computing Cooperative. She has been the Keynote presenter for the NJEA Technology Institutes, the NJETI 2010 Annual Conference and the 2010 NYAIS Education and Information Technology Conference.  Lisa has presented at the last six Google Teacher Academies and is a Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer.

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