About Mrs. Eitner
Beginning Fall of 2021, I will be a 6th grade Math and Science teacher. I have been in the Campbell School District for over fifteen years and have taught language arts and social studies in addition to technology, video production and STEAM. I previously worked at a private school where I taught 6th grade math and science for 7 years. So, this year, what goes around, comes around and I'm back to math and science! I received by Bachelor's degree from Lewis and Clark College, in Portland Oregon and my masters in cross-cultural education from National University, in San Jose, CA. I have been happily married to my husband and will celebrate our 39th anniversary this December. We have three children, ages 37, 35 and 32. I also have two son-in-laws, and 6 grandchildren! I love teaching and watching the spark light up as students discover knowledge they didn't know or talents within themselves!
I became a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator at the Picademy at the University of California, Irvine during the summer of June, 2017
I have earned my Leading Edge certification as a Digital Educator through the Santa Clara County of Education. To find out more out LEC certifications go to http://www.leadingedgecertification.org.
I have earned my Leading Edge certification in Online and Blended Teaching through the Santa Clara County of Education. To find out more out LEC certifications go to http://www.leadingedgecertification.org.
Some of the things I like to do are photography, reading (science fiction, fantasy and historical romance), and my most current passion is working in glass - stained glass, fused glass, and when I can blown glass. Below are some of my photographs and my stained glass creations - most are from patterns, but I'm working on original designs.
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Member of Computer Using Educators and the Computer Science Teachers Association
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