Robin Seneta currently teaches 9th grade at a small rural school in Erie PA. She started off her career teaching 8th grade science for 14 years. For the following 5 years Robin was asked to be an Instructional Technology Integrator and Classrooms for the Future coach. Anxious to apply her new found coaching skills she moved back into a teaching position to instruct 9th graders in a course called Digital Literacy; a course that involves teaching technology and teaching students the importance of computer education. This required freshman course gives students a foundation of technology skills necessary to survive in high school. Robin also enjoys teaching teachers. For 14 years she taught graduate classes for Performance Learning Systems through Gannon University and joined their adjunct faculty in 2000 to teach classes with their Graduate Cohort Program in technology, research and current issues. In addition she began writing and developing over 5 classes for their Act48/elective program. Robin was also chosen by Google to attend the Google Teacher Academy and become a Google Certified Teacher. She has now joined forces with Eduspire to bring better and personalized technology instruction to teachers. She truly enjoys technology and learning online, and sharing knowledge and classroom practices with others.
"Robin was very helpful. She spoke from experience, which was a valuable element in her instruction."
"Robin Seneta is a wonderful instructor. I would take more courses being offered with her as the instructor. "
"Robin is OUTSTANDING! I teach Google Tools every day and yet learned so much."
"Robin Seneta was an amazing instructor for this course. She kept us on task and facilitated many conversations about practical usage in our specific classrooms. I am really hoping she will be teaching another blended or face-to-face session in the near future. I will be in!"
"Robin Senata was a terrific teacher. All of her directions for each module were clearly defined and during the Zoom session she was able to answer questions and have us interact with one another."