Mary Jane Warden
Director of Innovation and Technology
Mary Jane Warden has been in education for 27 years, having served as a middle school Social Studies/English Language Arts teacher, a staff developer, an instructional coach, and a school technology coordinator. She found her inner geek when the Internet first hit the scene back in 1994 with a Museum in the Classroom grant integrating technology with social studies curriculum and instruction. Her energies since then have been invested in supporting students and teachers with integrating technology tools into teaching and learning. Mary Jane has led initiatives in developing instructional “better” practices and building robust digital learning ecosystems including Google Workspace, data-informed instruction, inquiry-based learning, assistive technology, VR/AR in the Classroom, and 1:1 EdTech learning environments. She has presented at local and national conferences as an educator, technology leader, and instructional coach. When she is not geeking out at work, MJ can be found at a yoga studio practicing her down-dog, being a mom to her teenage daughter, or walking her dog with her husband in the parks by her home in Morton Grove.
- D64 1:1 Digital Learning Program V8.0 - 8th Edition (2022-23) (opens in new window)
- Internet Connectivity Assistance
- Securly Parent Portal for D64
- Online Resources - Elementary School
- Online Resources - Middle School
- Parent U - Technology
- Student Data Privacy (SOPPA)
- Technology Photo Gallery
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