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bulletSearch
bulletContact Us
bulletHome Page
bulletProfessional Page
bulletPhilosophy and Goals
bullet"What Matters Most"
bulletResume
bulletVita
bulletPersonal Statement, April 14, 2001
bulletLearner Folio of Victor A. Montemurro
bulletPolicy and Politics
bulletLeadership
bulletOrganizational Theory
bulletManagement Science
bulletResearch Methodology
bulletExpert Folio of Victor A. Montemurro
bulletVictor Montemurro Portfolio
bulletResume
bulletCurriculum Vitae
bulletReferences
bulletPersonal Statement
bulletProfessional Development Plan for Middle School Technology
bulletSoftware Recommendations and Budget
bulletMiddle School Computer Installation Memo
bulletCelebration of Technology News Release
bulletInservice Course: Technology Essentials for Teachers
bulletKeyboarding Research Summary
bulletInternet Resources for ELA Project L.A.S.T.
bulletP-M Teacher Center Grant Application
bulletStaff Developer Goals 1999-2000
bulletStaff Developer Goals 2000-2001
bulletLearn Grade Quick Easily
bulletNYS Learning Experience: Visualizing and Personalizing Anne Frank
bulletPower Point: ELA & Internet Resources
bulletPower Point: Online Lesson Planning
bulletPower Point: Understanding by Design
bulletPower Point: Assistive Technology
bulletCareer Journey Graphic
bulletScholar Folio of Victor A. Montemurro
bulletAstound Presentation: Portfolio Introduction
bulletPopkewitz Matrix of Technical, Constructivist, Illusory Schooling
bulletStone's Conception of Distribution and Community Building
bulletSchein's View of Organizational Culture and its Dimensions
bulletResnick's Research about Cognition and Learning
bulletPrimary Booklist
bulletResearch Web Sites
bulletSynthesis
bulletPersonal Page of Victor A. Montemurro
bulletFaith in the world quotation from Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
bulletTable of Contents

 

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