About

Jennifer Dorman taught social studies and computers for 10 years and was recognized as the Middle School Teacher of the Year in 2006 by the Pennsylvania Council for the Social Studies. Following her classroom teaching, Jen worked as a Staff Development Facilitator for the Central Bucks School District in Doylestown, PA, focusing on best instructional practice and technology integration. Jen was recognized as a Keystone Technology Integrator and STAR Discovery Educator in 2005 and as a Google Certified Teacher in 2008.

In 2008, the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology recognized Jen as the Outstanding Leader of the Year and she represented Pennsylvania at NECC in 2008 as the state’s nominee for the ISTE Leader of the Year Award. Jen has delivered keynote addresses and presented concurrent sessions and workshops at numerous regional and national educational technology conferences as well as in Second Life. She has provided testimony at state congressional hearings in Harrisburg, PA, and has been part of presentation teams who have worked directly with state legislators to impress upon them the importance of educational technology and professional development for teachers. Jen has authored articles for the Discovery Education Classroom Resource Guide and has been featured in Education Week Digital Directions and THE Journal. She has also been the featured guest on the EdTechTalk syndicated podcast, It’s Elementary. Jennifer Dorman is currently an adjunct professor and course designer for Wilkes University in the Instructional Media Masters Program and Manager for the Discovery Educator Network.

Jen blogs professionally at Cliotech and Dorman’s Trouvailles and she authors a best practices wiki, Grazing for Digital Natives, and a training Google Site, Google Tools for Schools.