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Beth Wardlaw

Technology Integration Coordinator

Beth has served as technology integration coordinator since 2015. She holds a B.S. in Middle Grades Education from Shorter College and an M.Ed. in Instructional Technology from Kennesaw State University. At Darlington, she has received the Brown Faculty Award and was a recipient of the Carla and Leonard Wood Faculty Professional Development Endowment Award. Prior to her work at Darlington, Beth taught Technology, Robotics, as well as Business and Computer Science at Armuchee Middle School. She and her husband, Andrew, are the parents of Shyann ('26), Kaleb ('26), and Bella Grace ('30).

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Creative Technologies MS
College Education
BSEd Shorter College
M.S. Instructional Techno Kennesaw State University

Professional Development Spotlight: Fail Fast, Learn Quickly

Academic Administration | Beth Wardlaw, August 1, 2018
I had the pleasure of attending STL in the ATL this past week and was able to connect with so many incredible people from all over the country, all passionate about the same thing: building a better educational experience for our students.

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Some faculty, staff to take on new roles

June 11, 2018
The following faculty and staff members will take on new and/or additional job roles at Darlington in 2018-19.

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Wardlaw serving as chairperson of innovative technology conference

April 11, 2018
On Thursday, April 12, Rome will welcome a variety of speakers from all over the country to speak at the Historic Desoto Theatre for Confluence Rome and Beth Wardlaw, technology integration coordinator for Darlington School, is serving as the 2018 chairperson of the event.

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Hour of Code is Coming!

Academic Administration | Beth Wardlaw, November 30, 2017
Next week during Computer Science Education Week our school will join millions around the world in completing an hour of code. This is a favorite week for many of our students as they spend time choosing their favorite activities and focus on at least one solid hour of coding.

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Darlington Technology Competition Results

Information Technology | Beth Wardlaw, November 13, 2017
Around 217 students in third through twelfth grades participated in Darlington's Technology Competition on Nov. 6, 2017. The results are in, and we are so proud of all our students that participated!

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Darlington School announced as finalist for STEM Education Award

October 18, 2017
The Technology Association of Georgia and the TAG Education Collaborative have announced that Darlington School has been named as a finalist in the elementary school category for the 2017 Georgia STEM Education Awards.

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Jones, Wardlaw selected to participate in Leadership Rome

October 3, 2017
The Leadership Rome XXXV class is underway and two Darlington faculty members are among the participants. Hope Jones, director of Pre-K to 8 and Beth Wardlaw, technology integration specialist, have been selected to be a part of this nine-month program.

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Professional Development Spotlight: A STEM Playground

Academic Administration | Beth Wardlaw, September 20, 2017
Thanks to the Thatcher Faculty Development Fund, this summer I was able to attend the International Society for Technology in Education conference in San Antonio, Texas.

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10 Fun Screen-Free STEM Activities

Information Technology | Beth Wardlaw, June 16, 2017
While technology is a very important part of our daily lives, sometimes it is important to take a step away and spend some “screen-free” time. Here are 10 fun STEM-based activities that your family can do to build an engineering and science mindset without devices.

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6 FREE Apps to Help YOU Start Coding Today!

Information Technology | Beth Wardlaw, June 8, 2017
Just like learning a language at an early age, learning programming and the logical thinking behind how a computer works influences a child’s brain while it is still developing. While learning this at a young age is great, it is never too late for anyone to start learning how to code.

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