Sue Lilienthal has taught at St. Paul Lutheran School in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, for over 30 years. After 32 years of teaching 2nd grade she made the jump to middle school this year. She also directs the school drama production, organizes the 7th-/8th-grade class trips, teaches computer classes and serves as administrator of the school’s Sentry Grant for technology.
Sue completed her second master’s degree in educational technology from Concordia University Wisconsin and is considered the “technology” teacher at St. Paul. As a member of the TEC21 facilitator team she appreciates continuing to learn in a collaborative environment. She believes that “teachers in our Lutheran schools really need to get into other classrooms and share with one another on a regular basis.”