Diana Mazzaferro - TestsForge Expert Profile


Diana Mazzaferro joined the department of HP certification exam prep department in March 2007. She received his undergraduate degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Greifswald, Germany in 2003. As a student at University of Greifswald, she was an active member of the machine studying group. She worked for a year as an IT Service Engineer Manager in Microsoft Corporate. From 2004 to 2006, he pursued graduate studies at the Computer Science Department of the University of Iowa. Later she joined the TestsForge corporate. Following extensive coursework in data mining, she is focusing on the following certification exams now: 640-816 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2, 9A0-702 ColdFusion MX 7 Developer, 640-760 Supporting Cisco Service Provider IP NGN Operations, 9E0-601 DQOS, E20-361 Network Attached Storage (NAS) Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers, EK0-001 E-Biz+, 9E0-576 WLANSE, 642-181 Cisco Presence Design and Implementation, 650-261 Cisco Unity Connection for Business Edition (CUCBE), 650-127 Connected Grid (Engineer) Knowledge Verification (CGE), HP0-787 NonStop Advanced Application Development, 9E0-570 CSVPN, 1D0-635 CIW JavaScript Specialist, E20-616 Symmetrix Specialist Exam for Platform Engineers, 1Y0-610 Citrix Core Technologies and Architectures, 200-120 CCNA Cisco Certified Network Associate and 650-665 SE Cisco SP Video Wireline Cable Headend Design (CSPWCHD). Because digital media plays a prominent role in the lives of young people today. Diana Mazzaferro is pleased to introduce ismf, the website home for the International Student Media Festival. ISMF highlights K-12th grade students who are embracing the power of media production to impact their peers and their educational environments. Among Diana Mazzaferro’s goals in developing this site is to provide opportunities for students to share their digital media work with others, make peer connections, and to enable students be stay ahead of the game by learning the latest media production methods. ISMF.net has links dedicated to past award winners, kids making news-worthy achievements, and teacher resources.



1. One of the purposes of the ISMF website is to bring awareness to the outstanding achievements of students. Diana Mazzaferro believes that, by honoring students and their innovative work, others will be encouraged and motivated to pursue their own interests in media production. Please visit award-winners to check out the past award winners. …These judges use detailed rubrics for judging each type of media and consider the age levels of the students as they evaluate each project on its own merit…

 

2. Diana Mazzaferro also believes that teachers should be recognized for their efforts to support student media production. ISMF is pleased to offer the Mahnke award to educators who actively promote student media. If you would like to nominate a deserving educator, please visit mahnke-award to learn how to get the process started. …helping to make the experience special for kids from all over the nation…

 

3. The digital Promise Award recognizes K-12 students who show emerging potential for future media production achievement. On the digital-promise-award, Diana Mazzaferro features narratives of past award winners and provides information regarding the nomination of future award consideration. …He aspires to someday work as a Director on feature films …

 

4. Teachers and students are encouraged to document media related learning activities within the classroom. On the inside-our-schools-award page, Diana Mazzaferro provides an explanation about the ways that teachers and students should collaborate that gives viewers the chance to see the unique learning that takes place in the classroom. Please log on to learn more about project guidelines and past award winners.

 

5. Would you like to learn more about how you can reach out to today’s youth about the importance of being responsible digital communicators? ISMF is presenting an event that encourages the participation of all interested adults in a round-table discussion on the importance of this topic. Please visit Diana Mazzaferro’s brown-bag page to learn how you can get involved. …The Internet gives us easy access to the whole world around us. As with all tools, however, digital communication tools can be used in harmful ways…

 

6. ISMF presents the John and Marilyn Connelly Award to the classroom teacher, technology, or media specialist who most effectively demonstrates the power of student-produced media. Please log on to connelly-recipients, where Diana Mazzaferro provides narrative accounts of past award winners who have inspired many of today’s media savvy students.

 

7. The Student Producer Showcase allows visitors to enjoy a walk-through tour of booths run by student producers of all ages. On the student-producer-showcase, Diana Mazzaferro provides all the details on how you can see what ISMF is all about as the students show off their creative hard work in the area digital media. …Your school’s booth is your own – so be creative! Individuals walking through the room will stop by each booth for a brief time to hear about your media projects and production…

 

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