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Beth Rosenberg is an educator whose practice includes using popular culture and technology to reach new audiences including individuals with disabilities, families, teachers and students from kindergarten through graduate school. She teaches technology to graduate students at the Brooklyn Experimental Media Center at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, art history to undergraduates at the School of Visual Arts and is also on the faculty of The Dalton School where she teaches high school students in the Art Department.  Over the past two years she has co-created and developed technology workshops for students with disabilities at the JCC Manhattan and at Pace University.  Beth is also an education consultant in New York City who has worked for numerous not-for-profit cultural and community organizations on interpretive guides, curriculum, public programs and events, marketing and development projects.  She is currently working on special needs and health projects for the JCC Manhattan, UJA-Federation of NY and the MS Society-Southern NY Chapter. She was the Founding Education Director at Eyebeam, and was on the staff of the Education Department at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum for over ten years. She holds a BA and an MA in Art History and is currently a graduate student in educational technology at Pace University.  She blogs on disabilities and learning at www.edubeth.net and www.savvyauntie.com

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