Progressive, nationally recognized technology leader, routinely advising schools and associations, conducting training workshops (mix of virtual and in person), and working on improving education through integration and adaptive technologies. Expertise in all facets of running a technology organization, including governance, planning, infrastructure, security, and budgets. Exceptional written and oral communication skills that allow me to convey technical and non-technical information to users at all levels. Passionate about leadership development, emerging technologies, sustainability, and improving education for all students.
Cooke, A. (2012). Unit Lesson Plan: The Cotton Gin: What’s the Big Idea? Mavericks’ Education Journal: An Innovative Guide to Teaching, Volume 1. Pages 72 ‐ 80. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Mercy College.
Cooke, A. (2012). Media & Museum Corner, Teachers; Corner: Virtual Destination: Ancient Egypt. Mavericks’ Education Journal: An Innovative Guide to Teaching, Volume 1. Pages 108 ‐ 109. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Mercy College.
Cooke, A. (2013). Media & Museum Corner, Book Review: Good Night, Mr. Tom (1981). Mavericks’ Education Journal: An Innovative Guide to Teaching, Volume 2. Pages 120 ‐ 122. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Mercy College.
Martone, E., Cooke, A., et al (12/2016). Italian-Americans: A History and Culture of a People. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO
I write a monthly newsletter for the New York State Association of Independent Schools on topics ranging from independent school education, global and online learning, the New York State Legislature, and other association happenings.
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