Monday, July 28, 2008
Anne-Marie Wilcox, USA, Elementary, Technology
Anne-Marie Wilcox was born in St. Louis, Missouri on May 31, 1977 daughter of Patricia Virginia Ahrens and Richard Aloysius Ahrens. After completing her work at Visitation Academy of St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri in 1995, she entered Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana where she majored in Special Education and minored in Spanish Education.
She received the degree of Bachelor of Arts from Purdue University in May, 2000. In June of 2000, she entered The Graduate School at The University of Texas at Austin. She received the Master of Arts degree in Special Education with a specialization in Multicultural Special Education in August, 2001 from the University of Texas.
In August of 2001, she married Christopher Wilcox and moved to Charleston, SC. She served as a Special Education teacher at Fort Dorchester H.S. for six years. While at FDHS she taught English, social studies and science. In addition to teaching, she served as a technology team member and a SADD club advisor. She also serves as Teacher Consultant for the Lowcountry Writing Project.
Now she is in her second year as the Instructional Technology Specialist at Windsor Hill Elementary School in North Charleston, SC. She resides with her husband Chris, and two neurotic hamsters Velma and Roxy. In her free time, Anne-Marie enjoys watching movies, scrapbooking, NASCAR and Cardinal Baseball.
Nest Notes is the monthly technology newsletter of Windsor Hill Elementary School.
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