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About Me

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Heather A. Sullivan




Yada-Yada... About Me





My Philosophy




When faced with the question, “What kind of Web 2.0 tools are you using with your students?”, many educators might respond: “I didn’t even know there was a Web 1.0!” Before we can truly see the successful, pervasive permeation of collaborative internet technology in Education, we must help our colleagues understand what Web 2.0 means. In order to experience a ubiquitous and transparent use of collaborative internet technology in our schools, I believe ALL educators must be able to:


  • Differentiate between Web 1.0 & Web 2.0
  • Understand why internet collaboration is ESSENTIAL for 21st Century learners
  • Truly believe that it is essential
  • Use at least one Web 2.0 tool on a consistent basis (both personaly AND professionaly)



Where to Find Me


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 Heather A. Sullivan

Freehold Regional High School District 

30 Church Lane, Manalapan, NJ 07726 ~ 732.792.7200 ~  hsullivan@frhsd.com







MANALAPAN HIGH SCHOOL; Manalapan, NJ (1999 – Present)



Peer Technology Facilitator (Fall 2005 – Present)

  •      Facilitate peer tutoring in using educational software, MS Office suite, ancillary technology including Smartboards, LCD projectors, and portable laptop labs, and Internet tools such as Moodle, blogs, webcasts, and interactive educational games.


  •   Conduct professional development workshops on increasing classroom use of technology, and directing effective student website use through credibility analysis, and appropriate, effective search techniques.



Pilot Program Teacher (Fall 2004 – Present)

  •   Enhanced learning in Environmental Studies class by incorporating monthly student magazine, Environmental Health Perspectives for High School Students published by National Institute of Environmental Studies, and web-based activities into existing curriculum.


  • Collaborated with Environmental & Occupational Health Studies Institute of Rutgers / UMDNJ (University of Medicine & Dentistry New Jersey) to implement use of technology in making current scientific research relevant to real life by exposing students to professional scientists via live webcasts and Q&A sessions.



Biology, Marine and Environmental Science Teacher (Fall 1999 – Present)

  •      Experienced teaching both mainstream and special education inclusion classes as tenured educator at New Jersey’s largest high school district, Freehold Regional High School District (FRHSD).


  • Well practiced as a student teacher mentor





ST. MARY SCHOOL; Deal, NJ (1997-Present)



CCD Instructor / Assistant Director

  •    Administer Catholic Catechism instruction for K-8th grade students.


  •    Spearhead efforts to recruit and manage CCD instructors.




MAC TESTING CENTER; Red Bank, NJ (1999-2001)



Summer Science Camp Director


  • Created and implemented alternative outdoor science program for middle school students.



SAT Prep Tutor

  •    Prepared students for SAT examinations by supervising small group math review seminars and managing individual writing skills sessions.










Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology, 1995


·       Minor in Sociology




Master of Science in Instructional Systems Technology, Currently pursuing








E.S.P.: Engaging Students Through the Use of PowerPoint


  • Sole Author


  • Awarded funding for laptop computer through Federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), Fall 2004








STAR Discovery Educator, Fall 2005- Present



Teacher of the Month, Manalapan High School, December 2007-January 2008


Education Showcase Participant, Fall 2007


  •    Featured in a sit-down television interview on the award-winning, nationally syndicated show, Education Showcase


Technology Showcase Participant, Fall 2006



1st Annual FRHSD Grant Proposal Competition, Fall 2004


  • Winner / Recipient of Laptop Computer


Teacher of the Year Runner-Up, Spring 2004-2007


  • Nominated for demonstrating love of teaching, commitment to assist students, and willingness to collaborate and share ideas with colleagues.


Featured in local Press Education Coverage







District Technology Committee- FRHSD, Present

Local Professional Development Committee Chair – FRHSD, 2006- Present 

Professional Learning Community (PLC) Implementation Team Member  – Fall 2007- Present

Technology Application Committee (TAC) Co-Chair –  Manalapan High School, Fall 2007- Present

Technology Advancement Committee Chair - Manalapan High School, Summer 2007- Present

Professional Learning Community Coordination Team Member - FRHSD, Summer 2007- Present

Biology Curriculum Develpoment/Revision Team Member - FRHSD, Summer 2007- Present

Discovery Educator Network Leadership Council Member- Online Community  2006- Present

Discovery Educator Network Blog Coordinator for NJ- Spring 2007-Present

Technology Facilitation Team Member - FRHSD, 2005 - Present 

Student Teacher Mentor –  Manalapan High School, Fall 2005

Varsity Tennis Coach – Manalapan High School , 2000 – 2002

Special Olympics Tennis Coach – Middletown, NJ , 1997 – 1999

Emergency Medical Technician – Tinton Falls, NJ, 1996 – 1998







NJECC Meetings & Annual Conference, NJAET Annual Conference, NJETTC Meetings, Monmouth University Days of Discovery, NECC National Conference, NSTA Annual Conference, Discovery Education Virtual Conferences/Webinars/Regional Institutes













Discovery Educator Network NJ Blog

FRHSD Technology Integration Clearinghouse


Tech With Me (Educational Technology Wiki)

It Doesn't Get Much Better Than This


Coming Soon: NJEA Digital Communications Blog


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