"Jaymie Green, art teacher at Tuscan, presented at a conference at Teachers College, Columbia University, entitled: Remixing Art Education in April. Her presentation was on implementing Green Screen in the Contemporary Art Studio Classroom and implications of digital technology in the art room today. In addition she presented at Fordham University's Graduate School of Education Research Celebration where she presented on her preliminary findings as part of a group research team of analyzing data from a western New Jersey school implementing iPad digital technology in the art studio classroom. Her poster was entitled: A Look at Teacher Efficacy, Student Engagement, and Learning with the Use of iPads in the Art Studio Classroom.
Ms. Green was also accepted to the 2014 Teacher Institute on Impressionism and Post-Impressionism at The National Gallery of Art in DC. She was offered the Annetta J.and Robert M. Coffelt Sr. and Robert M. Coffelt Jr. Fellowship of $2,000 to support her attendance at the 2014 Teacher Institute. Ms. Green also received the elementary art educator scholarship to take a workshop at Peters Valley this summer."