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  • B.S. Media Communications from Florida State University
  • M.Ed. Special Education from University of North Florida
  • J.D. (Juris Doctorate) from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School 


  • Engineering and Technology (K-12)
  • Middle Grades Reading (4-8)
  • Special Education (Mulitple Subjects, Variety of Levels)

Position at Oakcliff Elementary School

  • 2nd Grade Teacher, Special Education
  • Webmaster for Oakcliff
  • TV Production, Chess, Coding Club, SeaPerch







    In all these jobs I've had over the years, I always gravitated towards teaching.
    I taught for seven years when the recession hit and I was laid off. I went to law school and became a lawyer.  Now I do both! I teach full-time, and I do lawyer things in the summers and weekends.
    I began teaching at Oakcliff in January 2016. I am the school's webmaster. I also sponsor the Code Club and Competition teams, and Co-sponsor the Chess Club with Mrs. Karvis, and Co-sponsor SeaPerch with Dr. McAnespie. In 2017-2018, Dr. Paschall bought equipment for a TV Station, and I will help the students to plan, produce, and run "the Oakcliff News."









    "A person who never made a mistake, never tried anything." -- Albert Einstein

    "Coding is today's language of creativity. All our children deserve a chance to become creators instead of consumers... " – Maria Klawe
    "Coding unlocks doors making the impossible possible."
    -- Heather Miller






    Ms. Miller at the ASIFA Conference and Festival, August 25-27, 2017. 

    Ms. Weiner, Ms. Spencer, and Ms. Miler.
     Dekalb County educators at the GTRI STEM Poster Presentors, May 11, 2017
    Ms. Miller's Teacher Website
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