Shown is Randi Merritt, October 2018 Digital
Learning Showcase recipient, from Somerset
MSET is highlighting exemplary educators in the realm of teaching, leading, and learning. Each month different Maryland educators (K-16) are nominated and touted for their amazing work using educational technology to enhance learning outcomes for students.
Why we do what we do
Education is one of the most challenging professions out there and educators often go unnoticed for their efforts. Each month MSET loves coming into one educator's school (K-16, public, private, and/or university settings) to highlight the amazing work being done around educational technology to enhance student learning outcomes or individuals leading with educational technology to make a difference with his/her colleagues.
Members and nonmembers are asked to nominate individuals from across the state in public and private settings as well as higher education.
Magic Mapp, Fruitland Intermediate School
Andreia Whytsell, Glen Burnie High School
Norma Davila, Sandy Hill Elementary
Michael Doggett, Hallie Wells Middle School
Keith McCray, Eastern Elementary School
Sara Brock, Colonel Richardson Middle School
Rachel Hulme, Edgewood High School
Mary Jo Kerr, Colonel Richardson Middle School