MRS. DEDECKER FEELS BLESSED to have the opportunity to teach the children of New Testament Christian Academy about technology and how it can help them to further God’s kingdom. She also wants to show how technology can be used in their daily lives and in their future jobs as well. Her main goal is to help the children feel some control over what they are doing in their technology class, while knowing who is ultimately in control and that is Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. She plans to encourage the children to pray every day for guidance and for help in living according to God’s will.
Currently, Mrs. DeDecker is a Sunday School teacher at Trinity Lutheran for 7th and 8th grade girls and has been serving in the Sunday School program for over 15 years.
Mrs. DeDecker previously worked as a Technology Coordinator/Teacher for Brookfield Christian School which included developing and teaching technology classes for K through 6th grade students.
Mrs. DeDecker completed the “Introduction to Teaching” and Fieldwork course at UW-Milwaukee in 2010. And she successfully completed the Reading and Math Praxis exams. Previously, she received her Bachelor of Business Administration - Management Information Systems Degree from UW-Milwaukee. She also tutored at the Department of Learning Skills in Accounting and Computer related courses while attending college. She also served in the corporate world for over 20 years as a programmer/analyst, consultant and information systems project manager (at Northwestern Mutual for 10 years).
Mrs. DeDecker and her husband, Dan, have 3 boys and a black lab. She enjoys watching her family participate in choir concerts, plays, and sports. She also enjoys other activities like creating family videos, biking, walking and talking with her friends in the morning each week. She feels blessed to have a family that is musically talented, especially her husband who plays guitar and sings in a Christian Contemporary band at her home church, Trinity Lutheran.
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