Elizabeth Pinzon, Green Bay Area Public Schools
Elizabeth is a technology integration specialist and engineering teacher at Colegio Los Altos School in Guadalajara, México. An Apple Distinguished Educator and Google Certified Innovator, she holds a master’s in edtech from Tecnológico de Monterrey University. Pinzon developed Los Altos' edtech vision, transforming its learning ecosystem by integrating 1:1 device programs, developing a full spectrum of technical training for teachers, and fostering the tech culture that has become integral to teaching and learning at Los Altos. She facilitates the school’s e-learning protocols, while creating and delivering professional development for all teachers and technology programs. She’s also responsible for the middle school and high school STEAM program. Pinzon formed one of the first all-girls robotics teams in Mexico. Her teams have participated in multiple national competitions and the VEX World Championship five times. She’s certified by Carnegie Mellon as a professional development VEX PIC & CORTEX robotics teacher, and has spent over a decade working to fully include girls in robotics programs.
Virtual sessionsTech-Training for Teachers and Students in Hybrid Models Using Stop Motion to Animate Physics Concepts