Barry Haines

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Since 2006 Barry Haines has been the Coordinating Supervisor of Educational Technology for the Parsippany Troy-Hill School District in Morris County, New Jersey. Prior to this position, from 2002-2006, Barry was the Supervisor of Educational Technology and Media Specialists for the Flemington-Raritan School District in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. He actively participates in technology associations in NJ as a Trustee to NJECC (New Jersey Educational Computing Cooperative) and as a past Conference Chair for the NJAET (New Jersey Association of Educational Technology). He also currently serves as an adjunct faculty for Lesley University, Cambridge, MA, where he performs classes for their national program.

In the 2001-2002 school year Barry was the Morris County Technology Fellowship recipient. Prior to his position as the Morris County Tech Fellow, he served for five years teaching computers to grades 4-8 in Mendham Borough, NJ, as well as serving as the District Computer Coordinator. From 1998-2002 he enjoyed teaching graduate students at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ. In 2000 he presented three technology sessions for teachers at Carnegie Hall, where he served as curriculum advisor in the education department. Recent publications include authoring the 1999-2001, LINK-UP education series published by Carnegie Hall, and authoring technology lessons for Microsoft/Scholastic publications. In 2001 he served on the committee to review and revise the New Jersey Cross-Content Workplace Readiness state standards for technology.

Before his teaching career he worked for over 10 years developing music and technology products in the editorial departments of educational publishers McGraw-Hill, and Silver, Burdett, Ginn, where he traveled nationally to promote these technology programs.
He holds an MA and M.Ed. from Columbia University Teacher’s College, and his certifications include: Supervisory Certification, Certified Technical Trainer, and New Jersey Professional Development Provider.
In 2001-2002 Mr. Haines mentored teachers throughout Morris County, as well as teaching Thursday sessions for his Fellowship project “Mentoring & Modeling: Templates for Success” at the Morris County ETTC, located in Denville, NJ. These sessions, and his resources on the web, encouraged teachers to download templates to easily integrate technology projects in their classrooms. He also taught “Creating a Computer Literate Community” sessions for administrators and supervisors.
Mr. Haines resides with his wife and 2 children in Mendham, NJ.

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Visit all of the New Jersey Tech Fellow pages here (updated 6/1/02):

Donna H. Armstrong at Gloucester Co. ETTC
Specialty: 7-8th Grade Computer Literacy Teacher
Christine Osei-TuTu at Cumberland Co. ETTC
Specialty: MS Distance Learning Teacher
Neal Dickstein at Mercer Co. ETTC
Specialty: 5th Grade Teacher
Doreen Roksvaag at Hunterdon County
Specialty: K-8 Computer Teacher
Lori Ebanietti at Bergen Co. ETTC
Specialty: 2nd Grade Teacher
Susan Ross at Cape May Co. ETTC
Specialty: 6th Grade Computer Teacher
Sharon Faith at Ocean Co. ETTC
Specialty: HS Marketing/Computer Teacher
Scott Rubin at Union Co. ETTC
Specialty: PreK-5 Technology Teacher/Coordinator
Shawn Fitzpatrick at Burlington Co. ETTC
Specialty: 4th Grade Math and Science Teacher
Carol Sprague at Sussex Co. ETTC
Specialty: HS Special Education Teacher
Cathy Grimaldi at Middlesex Co. ETTC
Specialty: HS English Teacher
Steven Verger at Somerset Co. ETTC
Specialty: 6th Grade Science Teacher

Suzanne LeBeau at Monmouth Co. ETTC
Specialty: 5th Grade Teacher
Diane Viehweg at Camden Co. ETTC
Specialty: 7-8th Grade Math Teacher
Rodney West at Essex Co. ETTC
Specialty: 5th Grade Teacher
Barbara Lohse at Warren Co. ETTC
Specialty: PreK-8 Technology/Computer Teacher

Kathleen Willson at Atlantic Co. ETTC
Specialty: HS Math Teacher

Maryanne O’Brien at Passaic Co. ETTC
Specialty: 5th Grade Teacher
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