Michelle Burke

Technology Coordinator/Instructional Technology Specialist, Madrid-Waddington Central School District

Michelle Burke has been teaching for twenty-one years in rural, northern New York public schools. For fourteen years, Michelle was an intermediate elementary teacher, and for the past eight years has been the district’s instructional technology specialist. Since 2016, Michelle has been the Technology Coordinator for the district, as well. Michelle is a member of ISTE, CoSN, and NYSCATE. Michelle holds CETL certification from CoSN, and is The North Country Director for NYSCATE’s Board of Directors. Michelle and her husband live on a small hobby farm with their four children.

10 - 11 AM EDT

Thursday, August 13

Panel: Pandemic Perseverance: What Worked? What Didn’t Work?

After living through a time of Emergency Remote instruction, how can we evolve into a state of Remote Learning? Join us in a panel discussion of what went well, what went horribly wrong, and, hopefully laugh a bit. Reflecting upon these experiences will help us become better educators in our upcoming semesters.


Panelists Include:

  • Virginia Bond, ISS Integration of Technology Training Specialist at Northeastern Regional Information Center
  • Joe Kuzo, Director of Technology at Quakertown Community School District
  • Gary Torkington, Technology and Media Support Coordinator at Gwinnett County Public Schools