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Mrs. ChambersMrs. Chambers' Tech Corner

Hello! I am Kate Chambers, the Madeleine School Media Specialist. I see each one of your kids every week for library and technology classes. Having this position at our school, I have access to many technology tips and helpers for both the educational side as well as the parenting side. I am a member of a few national and international teaching organizations that specialize in technology, as well as a member of the Archdiocese Technology Committee.

The following links are from the columns I've published in Footnotes to offer you resources both based on technology education, but also, technology tips for parents. I am a parent myself, so I get it. I have a 4th grader, 2nd grader, and a 2 year old. Are there specific technology topics that you would eventually like me to feature...please email me at kchambers@themadeleine.edu.


When Should I Get a Phone for My Child?

How (and When) to Limit Kids' Tech Use

Guide to Snapchat




Movement After Tech

World of Advertising

Books Hitting the Big Screen

Resources for Catholic Families

Apex Legends

Parental Controls

Podcasts for Kids

Where Kids Find Hate Online

App Review: Tellonym


carolynCounselor's Corner

Hi, Everyone! I am Carolyn Ullman, the school counselor. My job is to pay close attention to age-specific developmental stages of student growth and the needs, tasks, and student interests related to those stages. I routinely visit classrooms and have created a social-emotional topic and curriculum for each grade level. I collaborate with students, teachers, parents and outside professionals as well as offer individual counseling and coordination of outside services. I have been a regular contributor to the Friday Footnotes since 2012. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please email me at cullman@themadeleine.edu.


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