Welcome to the Educational Technology Website

  • You will find resources here to help you teach. If you scroll through the left sidebar, you will see many areas/topics that can support you, your students and your classrooms.

    Looking forward to the start of another great school year! Feel free to reach out to me anytime for help and support.

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Ms. Brucie K. Donahue

Phone: 802-485-4500

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BS Secondary Education, UVM - History Major MEd, St. Michael's College - Information Technology Certified K-12

Ms. Brucie K. Donahue

I am very happy to say that this is the 2nd year in the new Central Vermont Supervisory Union and my 33rd year in the profession. Thank you! I love my job and all the daily diversity. Feel free to reach out to me. I am happy to help.

This page is a resources for teachers to help them better integrate technology into their classrooms. Please feel free to contact me for help and assistance. The best way to reach me is through e-mail or the help desk.

Brucie K. Donahue

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#cvsuteach - hashtag when tweeting about CVSU and our schools

  • At the recent VTFest conference in Killington, VT I was surprised and overjoyed to have been selected to recieve the Frank Watson Award.

    Frank Watson Award  Selection Criterion:

    Frank Watson is an educational technology advocate who has been involved in education for over 50 years. Frank served as Executive Director of the Vermont Institute for Science, Math, and Technology (VISMT), Executive Director of VITA-Learn, and directed the University of Vermont College of Education Information Technology Program. Now retired, he continues to advocate for the best in education practice.

    The award is presented to a person whose many years of devoted service, vision and leadership have significantly advanced Vermont educational technology at the local, regional and state level.

    Frank was a mentor to me and I regarded his expertise and comittment to education highly.  The others who have recieved this award are among the most dedicated educators that I know and I am proud to be a part of this group of leaders. Thank you!

     

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An EdTech Blog

  • Project Ignite 2018

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 4/3/2018

    Ignite

    Today I spent the day with a fabulous educators learning about The Moth style of storytelling.

     

     

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  • Project Ignite Day 2017

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 3/30/2017

    I had the honor of spending the day with 2 wonderful #wssuteach teachers from Northfhield and Roxbury. Congratulations to Jen Williams and Shane Heath.

     

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  • Creating a Personal Learning Lab space at NMHS

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 2/6/2017

    We are creating a Personal Learning Lab space (maker??) at Northfield Middle High School. I know the students are super excited and I want them to be as involved as possible in the creation of the new space! Wanna join us? get in touch.

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  • Cyber Patriot Program

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 2/3/2017

    Today, two professors from Norwich University will be visiting the Computer Science students to discuss our participation in the National Cyber Patriot X program! We are very excited about our partnership with Norwich and the opportunities that it will bring to our students.

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  • Robotics at the Elementary School

    Posted by Brucie Donahue on 1/23/2017

    One Friday Jan 20, 2017, I attended a workshop called Coding from the Littles to Middles. I was a great day and I learned a lot that will help me bring robots into the classroom.

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