Welcome to Memorial School Technology Site

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The Technology program at Medford Memorial is headed by a full-time Teacher of Technology,

Mrs. Sadlier.  

 

This is the link to my TechHelpDesk. TechHelpDesk is open during normal school hours. You can still complete the form after hours, and your issue will be addressed the next school day.

 
About Mrs. D. Sadlier
Welcome!  My name is Mrs. Sadlier, and this is my 19th year teaching at Medford Memorial Middle School.   I have also taught computer science and technology in high school for a number of years and worked for IBM when I first graduated from college. I am obsessed with teaching tech and computer science and excited to teach my students and colleagues the newest apps and programs. 
 
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When I have free time,  I enjoy spending time with my husband, four adult children, and my two rescue dogs - Malibu and Roxie Hart.  Some of my favorite things are yoga, the beach, Poconos, Disney, NYC, theater, and travel.   
 
About the Technology
Medford Memorial has two Multi-Tech rooms that are available for classes.  All of our classes use Chromebooks as our building is 1:1.  Medford Memorial is a GAFE school, and students create a wide variety of projects that are integrated into our curriculum.   In a typical school year, classes attend tech lab to create projects.  As times have changed, our tech lessons can be pushed into classrooms or completed remotely with tech. teacher assistance.
 
Our new FAB Lab for STEM instruction opened September 2018 with Project Lead the Way. Tech instruction, support, and tech resources is provided to students and teachers during the hybrid class and distance learning models.    During a typical school year, Blockly Coding and Javascript classes are offered to students during the Enrichment Class Period.  See the Coding Page for more information and activities to do at home. Our tech lab has a green screen for creating videos, and this year we received a grant for a 3D printer.  We are looking forward to piloting 3D printing lessons with classes this year.