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Shirley Terrinoni
Music Teacher
Hannibal High School
Hannibal Central School District

 

Our May 2015 Featured Teacher has more than 30 years of teaching experience. For the past 15 years, Shirley has taught Music Theory, Guitar, and Band to students in grades 9-12 at Hannibal High School.

What are some of the innovative ways that Shirley integrates technology into her curriculum?

Shirley incorporates technology into many aspects of her classes through a variety of tools such as SMARTBoards, Schoology, iPads, Google Apps, and websites. She has found the SMARTBoard to be useful for showing students how to create their own music or view YouTube videos for techniques. Schoology also plays an important part in Shirley’s music classes. She uses the online learning management system to allow students who miss class the ability to access the work that was discussed during their absence. To do this, Shirley converts her SMART Notebook files into PDFs and uploads to Schoology, as well as links to videos that she created about the lessons. Shirley also uses Schoology as a platform for student discussions regarding performances and pieces of music. [more . . .]


Is This You?
Are you the type of teacher who thinks about technology integration and new ways to enhance instruction, engage students, and make learning fun?  Know someone who fits the profile?  Recommend a "Featured Teacher" so we can recognize and celebrate great work in the area of instructional technology!
 
  Past Featured Teachers:
Sarah Misco (April 2015)
Margaret Middleton (March 2015)
Susan Lohret (January 2015)
Johnsteven Melfi (November 2014)
ESM's STEAM Team (October 2014)
Katrina Ercole & Maureen Manke (June 2014)
Marcia Cornell (May 2014)
Jennifer Kirchoff (April 2014)
Heather Turner (March 2014)
Michael Flood (February 2014)
Lindsay Cesari (January 2014)
Kevin Misiano (December 2013)
Chris DiFulvio (November 2013)
Christina Luce (October 2013)
Amy Furletti (September 2013)
Caitlin Mack  (June 2013)
Keith Newvine (May 2013)
Katie Regan (April 2013)
Mary Ward (March 2013)
Tracy Brady (February 2013)
Erica Martin (January 2013)
Lisa Sammon (December 2012)
Nancy Dalley (November 2012)
Sue Kowalski (October 2012)
Audrey Misiano (September 2012)




 


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CNYRIC Connections May 2015:
The May 2015 CNYRIC Connections e-newsletter is now available. Read about this month's Featured Teacher, e-Learning opportunities, and more!  ... more >>

CNYRIC Assists Districts with NYSED Technology Plans:
Following the approval of the SMART Schools Bond Act in 2014 , New York state school districts may have access to $2 billion of funding to build 21 st century learning environments.  Before a district ... more >>

Meet Our May Featured Teacher:
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Data Warehouse Facilitates Workshop on HS Graduation Requirements:
As district administrators and counselors finalize graduating seniors’ credentials, the CNYRIC’s Data Warehouse (DW) department is prepared to provide support through a dynamic spreadsheet ... more >>

CNYRIC Enhances Support for Robotics and Coding:
“There is definitely a huge opportunity for computer science education in schools – kids are hungry ... more >>

CNYRIC Connects Students Around the World with e-Learning Opportunities:
Did you know that the CNYRIC’s American Sign Language (ASL) e-Learning classroom reaches nearly 65 students in eight districts across New York state? Led by e-Learning Coordinator Amy Spath and ... more >>
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