Erin Murphy is co-author of the forthcoming Hacking Project-Based Learning. Currently, she has the pleasure of serving as the assistant principal of Eyer Middle School in the East Penn School District. As a certified literacy specialist, she also coordinates the middle level ELA department. Erin’s classroom experiences range from kindergarten through fifth grade. She has presented at numerous conferences on the east coast focused on Project Based Learning, Literacy, Technology, and Educational Leadership. Erin married her college sweetheart and has two beautiful daughters. Follow Erin on Twitter at MurphysMusings5.


Assistant Principal – Eyer Middle School (2014 – present)

East Penn School District K -12 Technology Integration Specialist (2013 – 2014)

East Penn School District Elementary Science Chair (2010 – 2014)

Emmaus High School and Willow Lane Elementary School – Principal Intern (2012 – 2013)

East Penn School District- Intermediate Elementary Teacher (August 2007- 2013)

Central Bucks School District- Kindergarten Teacher (2006-2007)

Professional Development School- Penn State University (2005-2006)


Lehigh University

Principal Certification Program, (2013)

Kutztown University

Masters of Education, (2009)

Concentration in Reading

Reading Specialist and Literacy Coach K – 12 Certificate

Pennsylvania State University

B.S. in Elementary and Kindergarten Education K-6, (2006)

Concentration in Arts and Humanities

Elementary Education K – 6 Certificate


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  1. Congratulations on the blog!!! Love that you jumped right in, and it’s great to see you here! You’re going to love it. No, it doesn’t matter if anyone ever reads it–write from the heart. They will read it. I am looking forward to seeing where you go with this!


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