Welcome to the Educational Technology Website
Degrees and Certifications:
BS Secondary Education, UVM - History Major Masters, St. Michael's College - Information Technology
Ms. Brucie K. Donahue
I am very happy to say that this is my 24th year in the WSSU schools and 30 years 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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An EdTech Blog
Amy UrlingPosted by Brucie Donahue at 5/26/2017
Science teacher, Amy Urling, has been doing a really great job getting her students using video (WeVideo) for her Science 2 astromony projects. She also has taken some initiative for learning how to navigate the new Blackboard website so students can get assignments etc.
Great job Amy!!!
Project Ignite Day 2017Posted by Brucie Donahue at 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.
Creating a Personal Learning Lab space at NMHSPosted by Brucie Donahue at 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.
Cyber Patriot ProgramPosted by Brucie Donahue at 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.
Robotics at the Elementary SchoolPosted by Brucie Donahue at 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.