Jennifer Duda is an experienced Special Education teacher of 11 years at Mercer Elementary School. She describes herself as a goofy teacher who loves music, the great outdoors, and having fun while learning new things. She loves to learn new things with her students and always with a smile.
Christopher Harris is the Director of Technology at Pennsauken Public Schools, a Pre-K to 12 public school district serving over 5000 students located in southern New Jersey. He is also the Principal for the Burling School, a K-4 Elementary school housing regular and special education programs. Christopher is responsible for creating and executing the district technology plan, as well as, the day-to-day operations of the Burling School. Prior to joining Pennsauken Public Schools, he served as the Principal of Mercer Elementary School, a grade 3-8 special needs’ school at Mercer County Special Services School District (MCSSSD) and the Principal of the Salem Campus at Salem County Special Services School District (SCSSSD), where Christopher created and oversaw special needs’ educational and vocational programs for students aged 5 through 21. Before becoming principal within MCSSSD and SCSSSD, Christopher was the Assistant Principal at Salem County Vocational Technical Schools (SCVTS) in Woodstown NJ.
Currently, Christopher is a co-organizer of SpEdcamp New Jersey (spedcampnj.org), recently joined the organizing team for Edcamp New Jersey (edcampnewjersey.net), and is a member of the Future Ready Schools New Jersey Leadership Task Force.
Chris has 20 years experience in education serving as a Principal, Assistant Principal and Teacher. You can follow him on Twitter @Principal_H
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