ETI Advisory Board

PSU ETI Advisory Board

Statement of Purpose

The role of the Plymouth State University Education Technology Integrator Program Advisory Board is one of advice, leadership, and advocacy — assisting the Program Coordinator by pointing out:

  • significant opportunities
  • recommending approaches to new challenges
  • suggesting ways to raise the program’s profile

The Board brings together interests and expertise of a wide variety of technology integration supporters dedicated to the success of NH schools.

Virtual Meetings

The PSU ETI Program Advisory Board meets online twice yearly. The PSU Program Coordinator will send out a survey of questions about opportunities, needs, and recommendations in the field of ETI in NH. Each member will answer the survey. The Program Coordinator will compile the results and report out to the Board.

Virtual Advisory Board meetings will be held in February and September.

Members of the Board

David Benedetto, STEM Coordinator, NH DOE

Pam Carr, Assistant Principal, Seacoast School of Technology

Heather Drolet, Technology Integrator, Christa McAuliffe School

Stan Freeda, State Educational Technology Director & Online Learning Specialist, NH DOE

Steve Gagnon, Teacher, Stratham Memorial School

Rachel Small, Teacher Librarian & Consultant, Burlington Public Schools and RVS EDU LINKS

Justine Thain, Library Media Director, Hooksett School District

More information

For more information about the ETI Advisory Board, please contact:

Pam Harland
Program Coordinator and Faculty
Plymouth State University, Department of Education Leadership Learning & Curriculum