decided she wanted to be a “computer teacher” at the ripe old age of 8. After teaching in a second grade classroom
for many years, she now holds her “dream job” as the Director of Academic
Technology at an independent school in Southern California.
In this position, she teaches technology to students pre-k through sixth grade,
assists teachers with integrating technology into their existing curriculum, and develops and leads technology related staff development. Over the course of
her career, some of the hats she has worn include ISTE SIGETC and SIGTC leadership team member, substitute teacher, English
Language Development instructor, classroom teacher at a Title I school, math
enrichment teacher, children’s theater director, and most importantly, mom to
two fantastic children.
Jayme completed her undergraduate education and earned her
teaching credential at California
She was a member Pepperdine
University’s OMAET Cadre
4, where she earned her masters degree in Educational Technology. Jayme is currently a doctoral student studying K-12 Leadership.
Jayme has presented at a number of regional and international conferences including CUE, Fall CUE, ISTE, edcampOC, edcampLA, and CAIS. She is also Google Apps Certified and is a Google Certified Teacher (GTAWA11).