Sophie Idromenos has a Bachelors in Art & a Masters in Computer Science, both with a specialization in computer graphics. Originally an art teacher, she became the lead technology teacher for dyslexic & autistic students, grades 1st -12th at a private school, all the while building a "state-of-the-art" technology curriculum rivaling that of public schools. Prior to this, she worked as a teaching/research assistant, and instructional technologist in a university.
However, her knowledge extends beyond academia to the IT field, where she worked as a graphic/web designer/developer with an emphasis on user-interface design & user-experience.
- Programming languages (C/C++, Java, ASP, PHP, Python), ActionScript
- Understanding of server management (domains directories FTP accounts)
- CMS(Drupal, Wordpress)
- Google Apps
- Web 2.0 (blogs/wikis
- social networking)
- (Adobe Master Suite,
- QuarkXPress, iWork/iLife)
- (Final Cut Pro, After Effects, Premiere)
- 3D animation
- Bachelor's in Art
Masters in Computer & Information Science
- specialization in Computer Graphics
- Art Teacher
- Technology Teacher
- National Golden Key Honors Society Member
- NJTEEA Member
- NYSCATE Member
- Game Design using Scratch
- A Drupal site for housing educational resources and content related to Game Design.
- Contributed Drupal Module: Design Conversions
- A Drupal module using Drupal's form api hooks to create a conversion calculator for designers with various administrative settings.
- A web application for generating mathematics content.
- Adult ballroom program
- 6th-12th ballroom program for students with learning differences
- Association of Schools and Agencies for the Handicapped (ASAH)
- Served on Technology Services Committee reviewing Technology Plans for private schools
- Official Magazine of U.S. Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (USISTD)
- Nothing's Impossible
- My Love/Hate Relationship with the Argentine Tango
- Who's Frustrated?
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- Avoiding Teacher Burnout. v. 7.12
- Reignite Your Passion for Teaching.