Mrs. Sara Elburn is a full-time contractual
instructor for the Department of Teacher Education. She holds a
B.S. of Education in Elementary and Early Childhood Education
from Salisbury University and a M.S. in Technology for Educators
from Johns Hopkins University. Her concentration is integrating
technology into instruction.
Mrs. Elburn works with teacher candidates in the undergraduate
program, teaching EDUC 318: Computers in Education. In
addition to teaching courses, she is the Professional
Development Schools Liaison to Pinehurst Elementary School in
Wicomico County. She also acts as the Adjunct Instructor
Liaison, assisting part-time faculty who teach in both
departments. Mrs. Elburn is the Center for Technology in
Education computer lab director, assisting students and faculty
with technology needs and professional development.
Mrs. Elburn has provided Teaching and Learning Resources
workshops for faculty campus-wide that use the My Classes @ SU
course management system. Mrs. Elburn participated in the
university’s 2006-2007 pilot for using the Turning Point student
response system in her classes. She has also completed Quality
Matters peer reviewer training for evaluating online courses.
Mrs. Elburn presented at the Maryland Instructional Computer
Coordinators Association, and is a former participant in the
Maryland Technology Academy. She also co-presents workshops for
teachers in surrounding Professional Development Schools.
Office: Teacher Education Technology Center
Office Phone: 410 677-6705