Mrs. Amy Uelmen
Instructional Technology Coordinator
I enjoy the opportunities and challenges my current position brings as well as the opportunity to share my enthusiasm for integrating technology and literacy with students and staff in the Pulaski district. Technology provides students the means to access and critically think about current, global information as well as demonstrate what they know creatively and collaboratively using real world tools! I believe a technology-rich environment is motivating to students, positively impacts their achievement, and creates learning experiences that best prepare them for college and career. I’m excited to be a part of creating technology-rich environments in all our schools and within our community!
Instructional Technology Design and Planning, Library Programming; Presenter: ; WEMTA; SLATE; Wisconsin School Board Association Conference; UWGB Google Summit; GRACE School System; Arrowhead High School
B.A. English and Journalism Education from UW-Eau Claire;M.A. Educational Leadership from UW-Oshkosh
Instructional Technology, Technology Training, Digial Content, Mobile Learning, Virtual Learning, Instructional Design
2013 Apple Distinguished Program;2005 Golden Apple Award
Instructional Technology Coordinator for Pulaski Schools;Director of Instructional Technology for Pulaski Schools;Library Media Specialist for Pulaski Schools;English Teacher at Neenah High School;English and Journalism Teacher at Campbellsport High School;Adjunct Professor, Viterbo University