Technology Education focuses on the ways in which staff and students utilize technology resources available in and out of the classroom to support learning. Collaboration is encouraged and supported through the use of technology resources and platforms to support the development of 21st-century skills. Technology tools are also used to gather, collect, assess, analyze, evaluate, and communicate information to improve instructional practices.
Dr. Susan Dube
Program Supervisor of Science,Technology Education, and World Language
Dr. Susan Dube joined the Rahway Public Schools Curriculum Instruction team in August of 2019. Prior to working in Rahway, Dr. Dube worked as a middle school science and math teacher, as well as an elementary educator. Before beginning her tenure in academia, Dr. Dube spent ten years working as a freelance court stenographer. Dr. Dube earned a doctorate in Educational Leadership: Curriculum Instruction, a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction in Math, Science, and Computer Education, Post-Masters' Certifications in Supervision and Teacher of Students with Disabilities, and a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education.