Sheri Shea brings over 20 years of public school administration and sales experience in the educational curriculum and technology markets. She is a recent administrator of a Colorado “turnaround” elementary school in Sheridan School District heralded by the Colorado Department of Education, as a school making significant improvement, under Ms. Shea’s leadership the school experienced double-digit gains in Reading, Writing, and Math and sustained academic growth and achievement over consecutive school years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Metropolitan State College of Denver, a master’s degree from the University of Colorado in Administration, Supervision, and Curriculum Development and was a distinguished member of the University of Virginia’s, Darden School of Business School Leadership Cohort. Sheri has presented at state and national conferences regarding literacy instruction, English language development, and data driven instruction and assessment. Sheri enjoys spending time with her two teenage children; Sam and Lily.
When is Technology in the Classroom a Distraction?