GM math teacher honored for use of technology in education

Green Mountain Union High math teacher Julie Parah has been selected as one of Vermont’s 23 transformative and innovative educators — a Vermont IGNITED Educator.

GMUHS math teacher Julie Parah.

GMUHS math teacher Julie Parah.

Vita-Learn, a statewide organization that promotes technology in education, and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development will be honoring the educators at the Capitol Plaza in Montpelier on Wednesday, March 30.

During that Day of Recognition and Powerful Conversations, Vita-Learn IGNITE teams will participate in conversations around transforming digital age practices in teaching and learn through the growth of interconnected personal learning networks. You can find more information at

This daylong event allow educators,  administrators and technology integrators to identify and promote transformative and innovative practices in our schools.

At this annual event, we will honor a team from each of the selected schools made up of a teacher using digital tools to transform his/her students learning environment; an educational technology specialist supporting the culture of transformation and innovation in the school and an administrator/leader whose vision of transformation and innovation makes transforming and innovating with digital tools possible.


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