Google for Education Adaptive Learning Lab

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Location: Room 267
Experience live: All-Access Package

Participate and share : Interactive session: Hosted activity

Tyler Erwin  
Tracee Keough  
Dr. Katie Ritter  

Hosted by Google, Inc.. Lead students through their personalized learning journey with a little help from Google for Education’s suite of connected tools. Here you’ll grab a professional Chromebook and explore adaptive learning solutions and time-saving tools. Join us and get hands on with our brand new features and Google for Education essentials.

Audience: Coaches, Teachers, Curriculum/district specialists
Topic: Personalized learning
Grade level: PK-12


Tyler Erwin, Forward Edge

Tyler Erwin is the Assistant Director of Curriculum and Technology Integration at Forward Edge. Although he started his career as a middle school ELA teacher, he currently works as an instructional coach for a suburban school district in Cincinnati, Ohio. Tyler also serves as a Google Certified Trainer and Google Certified Coach and has been in education for over 12 years. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education and a Master's degree in Instructional Design and has presented on technology integration and coaching best practice locally, nationally, and abroad.

Tracee Keough

Tracee Keough has a diverse background in education. She taught second grade for 8 years, and 5th-8th grade for 3 years. The last three years were spent working in a personalized, flexible, 1:1 learning environment where blended learning and innovation with students was the focus. With a passion for learning and helping others, Tracee achieved her Master's in Instructional Technology with a focus on K-12. Mrs. Keough is Google Level 1 & 2 Certified, as well as a Google Trainer. Mrs. Keough is now a Curriculum and Instruction Coach with a focus on technology integration.

Dr. Katie Ritter

Katie serves as the Chief Learning Officer at Forward Edge, overseeing a team of instructional coaches and working closely with district leaders to help them identify needs of their staff, plan PD and implement the PD. Katie received her Doctorate of Education from Vanderbilt University and a M.A. in Education and Instructional Technology and B.A. in Secondary Education from Northern Kentucky University. She served on the leadership team for the EdTech Coaches Network of ISTE 2015-2020, was a Future Ready Schools Instructional Coaches Thought Leader from 2017-2020, and is a Google Certified Innovator, Coach, and Trainer.