Name: Louis KireopoulosSubjects / Classes: Business & Technology 1-4, Exploring Computer Science 1-2Degree(s): B.S. Business Administration; M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction; M.Ed. Educational LeadershipEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice Hours: Everyday before and after school, and during lunchPhone: (602) 764-0050 x40059
Mr. Kireopoulos has over twenty-eight years of teaching experience. He also has experience as a Technology Educator and Computer Coordinator working with teachers to integrate technology into their curriculum. Additional experience included working in the Special Education Department implementing technology for the district's Special Education program at each school. After many years of coordinating and integrating technology experience, Mr. Kireopoulos returned to his passion, working in the classroom with students.
Mr. Kireopoulos earned a Bachelor's of Science Degree in General Business Administration and a Master's of Education Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in English as a Second Language, both from Arizona State University. He received a Master's of Education Degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University. He also earned his Microsoft Office User Specialist and Computer Networking certificates from Gateway Community College.
Mr. Kireopoulos is in his 10th year with Linda Abril Educational Academy. The courses and skills he teaches to his students are Business & Technology 1-4 and Business Independent Study 1-2 (MS Office User Specialist Skills). Each of these classes focus on career and technical skills to better prepare students for college, career, and life. The first two courses fulfill the requirement for the CTE credit required to graduate.
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