30 Common Street, Watertown MA 02472
Technology Innovative Education
Vision: Watertown Public Schools is a model district where teaching and learning are supported and enhanced by innovative use of technology.
Envision three years from now (2010), and describe what the Watertown schools and classrooms will look like as we integrate technology in to
Demonstrate the practical application of 21st century learning to ensure that Watertown graduates are prepared for work and life.
Advocate for a fully supported and funded comprehensive educational technology plan for the school district.
2006 - 2009
Steven Hiersche, Ed.D., Former Superintendent of Watertown Public Schools
Ann Koufman-Frederick, Ph.D., New Superintendent of Watertown Public Schools
Bill Oates, CIO, City of Boston (former School Committee member)
Mark Weston, Ed. D., Education Strategist, Dell Inc.
Craig Brenner, Technology Consultant
Haris Papamichael, Ph.D. , Executive Producer, Tom Snyder Productions
Chris Beach, Fedex and School Committee member
Isa Zimmerman, Ed. D., Senior Fellow, Presidents Office, University of Massachusetts
Mike Noftsker, High School Principal
Jason Del Porto, Middle School Assistant Principal
Stephen Billhardt, Cunniff School Principal
Dan Wulf, Math Coordinator
Vera Larkin, Science Coordinator
Linda Picceri, Library Media/Instructional Tech Lead Teacher
Matt Loughran, MS Robotics Teacher
Anne Sudbay, Lowell Instructional Tech Teacher
George Skuse, Network Manager
Brian Skully, WHS Alumni '08
Pauline Barmakian, WHS Alumi '08
Meetings: May 2009, January 2009, November 2008, January 2008, October 2007, June 2007, May 2007, April 2007
Membership on TIE will be updated in Fall 2009.
Ann Koufman-Frederick, Ph.D.
Joan Jackson , Secretary
- Technical Accomplishments, Summer 2008
- TIE Update, July 2008
- Drawing on Education: Describe your "dream" classroom and learning environment...
- Teaching & Learning Technology Hierarchy
- Partnerhsip for 21st Century Skills
- International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
- MASCD Perspectives on New Technologies in the Classroom, July 2007
- Building Learning Communities