As a parent, you’ve probably had the experience of asking your child, “What did you learn in school today?” and getting back the answer, “Nothing.” As educators, we try to give our students the tools and skills needed to become lifelong learners and to take advantage of teaching moments wherever and whenever they may occur. […]
Greetings! My name is Zulma Whiteford and I have been a teacher for the past 15 years. I am currently a Technology, Spanish and Health teacher and STEM Chair at St. Louis School in Clarksville. I am also a member of the Discovery Education Network (DEN) Leadership Council and the Maryland Society for Educational Technology (MSET) Executive Board.
I grew up in San Juan, Puerto Rico where I attended Academia del Perpetuo Socorro and came to the states for College.
I graduated from the College of Notre Dame in Baltimore with a BA in Political Science and a Minor in History. Recently, I earned a graduate certificate in Technology Leadership from Goucher College and just completed my master’s in School Administration at Loyola University.