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Stephanie McElwrath

Edwardsburg Public Schools
Technology Teacher
Edwardsburg , Michigan Area
After teaching marketing and business at Penn High School in Northern Indiana for 9 years, I moved to my hometown of Edwardsburg, MI to begin teaching. I've been teaching computer applications and computer science for the past 3 years in the middle school.

My background was not initially in teaching. My bachelor's degree is in Advertising from Michigan State University and I worked in advertising and marketing for 5 years before pursuing a teaching certificate. Teaching Computer Science has been a whole new world for me. I was intimidated to be asked to teach it, but since going through training and working with my curriculum and I re-energized as a teacher and so excited to help my students figure out new puzzles every day.