Welcome to the MACUL Advocacy Blog.
The Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) has members who are passionate about the use of technology to transform teaching and learning.
This blog is designed to help educate our members and others about issues related to public policy on education technology.
MACUL also has a Twitter account for advocacy. Follow us @MACULAdvocacy
Members of the MACUL Advocacy Committee are:
Pam Shoemaker (Chair): Pam is the Technology Instructional Coach for the Walled Lake Consolidated School District. She is an alumni of the EPFP Program (Education Policy Fellowship Program) where she developed an interest in educational policy design and implementation at the local, state and national levels. She is a firm believer in the power of collective educator voice to influence policy makers.
Tim Davis: Tim is the Technology Coordinator for the Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School District. He as been a member of MACUL since 1999, and on the board for 2 terms. He completed the EPFP (Educational Policy Fellowship Program from Michigan State University) and serves on the REMC board and is a past President of that organization. Tim believes MACUL to be the premier organization that an educator in Michigan can belong to, and feels that all educators in Michigan need to take advantage of being a member of this great organization.
Gina Loveless: Gina is the Technology Director for Benton Harbor Area Schools. She has been active in MACUL since 2001 and enjoys seeing students and legislators interact. Please be sure to follow #maculsts for information.