Anne Carlsen Center Assistive Technology Director Mark Coppin presented at the Apple Education Leadership Summit, an invitation-only event for educational leaders from throughout the United States, in April.
Anne Carlsen Center Assistive Technology Director Mark Coppin was selected as an Apple Distinguished Educator earlier this year and joined a 700-member group dedicated to advancing access of technology by all in educational settings.
Mark Coppin of James-town, assistive technology director at Anne Carlsen Center, is one of about 1,500 in the world — and 52 chosen from the United States this year — to be named an Apple Distinguished Educator. Nominations to this elite group are made every two years for K-12 and higher education professionals possessing an identified expertise in educational technology leadership.
Mark Coppin, the Anne Carlsen Center’s assistive technology director, has become certified as an assistive technology practitioner, the seventh person in the state to fulfill eligibility requirements and pass the credentialing exams necessary.
July 12, 2008
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