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Martin H. F. Gonser

director , media specialist

Martin H. F. Gonser, American media specialist, director. Achievements include first to use of computers for research tools and resources; design of interactive use of web-based resources for assignments and student collaboration; first to local regional and national presentations for interactive digital tools, design and interactive use of web-based resources for assignments and student collaborations.

Background

Gonser, Martin H. F. was born on August 6, 1967 in New York City. Son of Martin and Joan Gonser.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Adelphi University, Garden City, New York, 1988. Master of Science in Music Education, C.W. Post-LI University, Brookville, New York, 1989. Master of Library Science, St. John's University, Jamaica, New York, 1992.

Career

Assistant av technician Sewanhaka CHSD, Franklin Square, New York, 1988—1991. Computer teacher, library, music teacher Archdiocese New York, New York City, 1989—1990. Reference library, education and job information center Bklyn Public Library., Brooklyn, 1991—1992, reference library, art and music department, 1992—1995.

Music director, organist Christ Lutheran Church, New Hyde Park, 1993—2001. School media specialist Elmont Union Free School District, 1995—1998, Roosevelt Union Free School District, 1998—1999. Media centre library, associate director, music library Five Towns College, Dix Hills, 1999—2000.

School media specialist Intermediate School 230-Queens, Jackson Heights, since 2000. Director music, organist Garden City Presbyterian Church, 2001—2004. Member Bklyn Public Library., 1993—1995.

Member, curriculum and technical committees Elmont Union Free School District, New York, 1996—1997. Director technical Phi Delta Kappa, Brookville, New York, since 2001. Member, lead library's team New York City Department Education-Region 4, Intermediate School 230-Queens, 2004—2007, member, comprehensive educational plan team, 2004—2005, chair, member, school leadership team, 2006—2009, member, parent involvement committee.

Member, advisory council New York City School Library. Systems, 2007—2008.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first to use of computers for research tools and resources. Design of interactive use of web-based resources for assignments and student collaboration. First to local regional and national presentations for interactive digital tools, design and interactive use of web-based resources for assignments and student collaborations.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of American Library Association, New York State Association Computers and Technologies Education, New York Library. Association, International Society Technology Education, American Society Information Sciences and Technology, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Association Computing Machinery, Phi Delta Kappa (chapter 1524 technical director 2001, chapter 1586 Webmaster member since 2008).

Connections

father:
Martin Gonser

mother:
Joan Gonser