Jennifer Miller

 

 


 

Jennifer is a curriculum designer and learning technology trainer specializing in STEM K-12 integration initiatives. Jennifer is the District Technology Coordinator and Instructional Technologist for Dublin ISD where she has led a 1:1 K12 initiative since 2010. Jennifer has taught technology, robotics, digital art, yearbook, programing, and database at the middle school and secondary level for the last 14 years.

Jennifer created a STEAM camp curriculum with New Jersey Sandra Wozniak. STEAM camp was implemented in 2011, with a research pilot study in rural Texas during the summer of 2012. Jennifer successfully implemented research initiatives to study student attitudes and perspectives during STEAM camp the last three years with the University of North Texas.

After launching the first NASA MMS 3D fabrication K12 student printing program during the Summer 2012 STEAM camp, and Dublin's STEAM camp program has been featured at Texas ASCD 2012 and 2013, TCEA 2013, SITE 2013, SITE 2014, ISTE 2012, ISTE 2013 and ISTE 2014.

She is a PhD research assistant and student attending the University of North Texas. She has done extensive research in STEM and STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art and Math) education and has been awarded grant funding for her research initiatives. Ms. Miller has taught dual credit and CIS courses in database design in the university setting as a adjunct professor, and is interested in connecting K12 educators and students across the state via social media platforms. Currently a PhD student, she received a Master of Science degree in Computer Information Systems, a Master Technology Teaching certificate, Texas Principal certificate, TCEA Technology Director Certificate, Technology Applications K-12 Teaching Certificate, and a Business Administration 6-12th teaching certificate.

Jennifer provides professional services to various K-12 districts in the US. If you are interested in having Jennifer host professional development for your district or perform consulting services please contact her directly.




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Feb 9th 2015

The purpose of this four-week learning exchange is to bring together organizations, teachers, students, and community stakeholders to assist elementary and middle school students choose a STEM career pathway by exploring topics and problems surrounding space weather through the lens of NASA's Multiscale Magnetosphere Mission.

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Jun 2nd 2014

This MOOC is designed for teachers who may be interested in creating their own STEAM CAMP based upon a proven model created by Jennifer Miller and Sandra Wozniak. Their STEAM CAMP incorporated NASA MMS Challenge curriculum, authored by Jennifer Miller, Sandra Wozniak, and Tom Chambers, along with other NASA MMS fabrication resources.

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