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David Neiss

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Technology Education Teacher
Enterprise Charter School
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: May 06, 2007
Member Since: Feb 01, 2007

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Address:
275 Oak St.
Buffalo, NY 14215 US

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Education History

  • M.S. Educational Computing (Current)
    Buffalo State College
  • Bachelor of Science in Technology Education (05/2002)
    Buffalo State College

Positions

  • Technology Education Teacher (08/2004 - 08/2006) Hillery Park Elementary #27
  • Technology Education Teacher (08/2003 - 08/2005) Grabiarz School of Excellence #79

Associations

  • WNYSTEA (Western New York Technology Education Association)
    Member 08/2003 - Current

Teaching Experience

  • K-8 Technology Education ( Current)
    Enterprise Charter School - 1/07-Present
  • 7th-8th Technology Education (Spring 2004)
    Hilllery Park Elementary - 9/04-6/06
  • 6th-8th Technology Education (Spring 2003)
    Grabiarz School of Excellence - 9/03-6/05

Presentations

  • Oswego Fall Conference - Surviving The First Years in the Technology Classroom, 10/26/2005
  • Buffalo Public School CTE - Mouse Trap Vehicles, 05/01/2005
  • Buffalo Public Schools CTE - Surviving The First Years in the Technology Classroom, 05/01/2004