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Listen and learn : Multi-presentation


Tuesday, June 25, 10:15–11:15 am
Location: Terrace Ballroom I, Level 4

Chris Aviles   Lindsey Blass   Suzie Boss   Angela Burgess   Dr. Chris Carnahan   Chip Cash   Dr. Alice Christie   Richard Colosi   cindy crannell   Eric Curts   Rich Dixon   Molly Farrow   Hadley Ferguson   Terrance Godwaldt   Kyle Hamstra   Rebecca Hare   Phil Hintz   Cathy Hunt   Douglas Kiang   Andrea Kopp   Kim LeClaire   Brandon Lutz   Blair Mishleau   Guillermina Molinar   Kathryn Nieves   Stephanie Russell   Alejandra Tavera Vargas   Wanda Terral   Dr. Mary Ann Wolf  
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Additional detail: Session recorded for video-on-demand, Session will be simulcast live

Presenters

Chris Aviles, Fair Haven Township Schools
Lindsey Blass, San Francisco Unified School District

Lindsey Blass is the Personalized Learning Environments Program Manager for San Francisco Unified School District. Serving the largest, public, urban school district in the Bay Area, Lindsey develops systems and processes to leverage technology and learning environment design to promote academic and socio-emotional growth for all students, with an emphasis in reaching historically underserved student populations. As Adjunct Faculty for Krause Center for Innovation at Foothill College, the Director of the Computer Using Educator (CUE) Blended and Online Lesson Design Symposium, and a Google Certified Innovator, she is a leader in the field of educational technology.

Suzie Boss, Edutopia blogger
Angela Burgess, Forsyth Co Schools

Angela Burgess is a French teacher turned EdTech Coach in Forsyth County, GA working with middle & high school ITSs & teachers, who has also returned to the classroom teaching French 1 online through Forsyth Virtual Academy. I also moderate the #TECHtalkGA chat on Mondays at 9pm. I am a Google Certified Educator: Level 2, passionate about innovation in education & teaching & learning new things to students of all ages. In my spare time, I run, read, & am also a 3rd-year doctoral student at the University of South Carolina pursuing an EdD in Curriculum & Instruction, with a focus on Educational Technology.

Dr. Chris Carnahan, New Jersey City University
Chip Cash, Princeton Day School
Dr. Alice Christie, Arizona State University
Richard Colosi, Monroe 2 BOCES
cindy crannell, River Forest Public School
Eric Curts, Stark Portage Area Computer Consortium
Rich Dixon, PBLWorks/Buck Institute for Education
Molly Farrow, SAS

Molly Farrow taught Social Studies for 11 years In North Carolina (and one year at the Taipei American School) before becoming a Curriculum Specialist for Curriculum Pathways®. She is part of a team of educators providing FREE, content-rich online resources. She is a graduate of Wake Forest University, earning a Masters of Arts in Teaching from the University of North Carolina. She writes edtech blogs http://blogs.sas.com/content/author/mollyfarrow/

Hadley Ferguson, The Edcamp Foundation
Terrance Godwaldt, The Centre for Global Education
Kyle Hamstra, Davis Drive Elementary
Rebecca Hare, Clayton Schools
Phil Hintz, Gurnee School District 56

Phil Hintz is the Director of Technology for Gurnee School District 56 in Gurnee, Illinois where he has been for the past 13 years. Phil has presented at many Ed-tech venues including ICE, ISTE, CoSN, CUE, FETC, iPadpalooza, and Tech & Learning Summits. In 2015, Phil was chosen as ISTE’s Outstanding Leader of the Year. In 2016, Phil was awarded NSBA’s top “20 to Watch”. In 2017, Phil’s district received the ISTE Distinguished District Award & Phil was the runner-up for Tech & Learning Magazine’s “Leader of the Year”. Recently, in April of 2019, Phil was awarded CoSN’s Withrow CTO of the Year.

Cathy Hunt, iPad Art Room & McAuley College
Douglas Kiang, Punahou School
Andrea Kopp, National Catholic Educational Assocation
Kim LeClaire, TeachUnited
Brandon Lutz, Cheltenham School District
Blair Mishleau, Western School of Science and Technology

Howdy, I’m Blair! I’m a lifelong learner and educator, passionate about educational equity. I believe that my place in the equity movement is at the intersections of logistics, educational technology, and teacher support. I support schools, district, and companies with logistics and processes to support teachers and kiddos. The common thread of my work is on smart systems that help teachers increase effectiveness while making their lives a little easier. I’m proud of the work I’ve done to help schools better support students, and I’ll shamelessly talk about systemization, support, and EdTech until the cows come home. Let's chat!

Guillermina Molinar, Centro Escolar Los Altos
Kathryn Nieves, Sparta Middle School
Stephanie Russell, Pinecrest Academy

Stephanie Russell is a Career and Technical Education Coordinator for Pinecrest Academy of Nevada. She was previously the Lead Digital Learning Coach for her system where she provided professional development for teachers and administrators to develop a stronger technology integration for their one to one program at their STEAM Academy.

Alejandra Tavera Vargas, Instituto Alpes San Javier
Wanda Terral, Lakeland School System
Dr. Mary Ann Wolf, The Friday Institute at NC State Univ.

Mary Ann Wolf is the Director of Digital Learning Programs at the FI. She began her education career as a 5th grade teacher and has worked with national, state, district, and school leaders and policy-makers across the country in building capacity for personalized and digital learning. Mary Ann and her team have led the development of the Learning Differences online course and micro-credentials. She recently co-wrote Leading Personalized and Digital Learning: A Framework for Implementing School Change through Harvard Education Press.

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