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Ms. Miller's Teacher Page

Ms. Miller's email         

Quick Links:  Ms. Miller's Computer Lab webpage on Weebly - "Industriousteacher.com" 

Students and teachers will be able to see the units and class assignments for virtual and hybrid lessons that are both synchronous and asynchronous.  For each class, students should sign in to Microsoft TEAMS in the Computer Lab Channel. If you lose internet or otherwise miss class, you may visit the asynchronous materials for the class.  




  • 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)
  • MakerBot Operator I
  • MakerBot Curriculum Creator II

Position at Oakcliff Elementary School

  1. Instructional Technology (Computer Lab
  2. Webmaster for Oakcliff
  3. TV Production 


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, became a lawyer, decided I liked teaching better, then returned to teaching.  

I began teaching at Oakcliff in January 2016 in Special Education. I am the school's webmaster. 
In 2018-2019, I am on the Technology Committee, Parent Committee, and am sponsoring TV Production and I plan to take many 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students to the DCSD Technology Competition in January.

In 2017-2018, I moved to the Computer Lab.  This year, I sponsored the Code Club with Mrs. Karvis and Ms. Lembach, Lego Jr., Chess Club with Mrs. Karvis, and SeaPerch with Dr. McAnespie, and I took my second 1st place Tech Competition student to State Competition in Macon, GA.


"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."

 Getting to know Ms. Miller door poster from 2018.

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 Presenters, May 11, 2017

Ms. Miller's Teacher Website

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