Instructional Technology Coordinator
Teri coordinates all of the instructional technology at H-B Woodlawn. She also maintains the H-B web page.
“[We] are—first and foremost—teachers, required to be licensed in Virginia as content area teachers with at least three years of experience. The first word—instructional—is the second most important part of the title; this separates [us] from information technology and technical support positions. The technology resource portion of the title indicates the job’s focus: [We] are intended to be teachers of teachers, providers of technology professional development, and supporters of instruction.”
– Instructional Technology Resource Teacher Guidelines for Teachers and Administrators
Virginia Department of Education
If you have an urgent technical need call the APS Help Desk at 703-228-2847 or email to email@example.com. Please copy firstname.lastname@example.org so Teri is aware of the problem.
Click here if you need help and are not sure who to call.
Sara Adams, Nora Cuellar-Leigue
Technology Support Specialists
Judy Mayeux Library
Office – 703-228-6373
In addition to her traditional library duties, our librarian distributes VCR/DVD players, overhead projectors, and Califone speaker boxes. Laptops are available for short term student check out from the library. The librarian also maintains the scrolling bulletin board.
The librarian works with each grade level on internet safety lessons, teaches students how to research with traditional and electronic references including electronic databases and encyclopedias. The library catalog is searchable online and includes a growing collection of eBooks for loan. For more information about the library at H-B Woodlawn, go to the Library web page.
All requests for technical support, repair, training or professional development or other instructional technology service must be reported by calling x2847 or sending an email to email@example.com.
This will create a service ticket that will be assigned to a member of the technology team.
Cc firstname.lastname@example.org on the email so Teri is aware of the problem.