An educational technology speaker, instructor, and author, Tom has worked with schools, colleges and educational organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
Justin is the Richard L. Menschel HarvardX Research Fellow, a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and a Lecturer in the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program.
Newport, Rhode Island
A former Director of Academic Technology and classroom teacher, Beth leverages experience with technology integration and differentiated instruction to construct innovative, mobile learning environments.
Patrick, the Assistant Superintendent for Learning for Burlington Public Schools (MA), is a nationally recognized leader in the use of educational technology to enhance learning.
With over twenty years of teaching experience at all grade levels, Douglas uses his expertise in technology, gaming, and social dynamics to rethink and redesign the classroom and find new ways to engage students and make learning fun.
An innovator in 1:1 classroom implemetation and the creation & organization of online learning communities, Shawn is a Social Studies Department Chair at Libertyville High School (IL).
Ileen, the Business Manager for EdTechTeacher, is responsible for accounts payable and receivable, contracts, bookkeeping, and general office management.
Valerie coordinates events for EdTechTeacher including iPad Summits, Summer Workshops, and the ETT Summit.
Los Angeles, California
Lisa has an extensive educational background with more than twenty years experience as a school administrator and teacher.
Suzy is an award-winning elementary grade teacher inspired by computers, connections, and community service.
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Becky is responsible for facilitating new projects and for tracking progress and needs across EdTechTeacher projects. Becky brings to ETT a wealth of administrative experience.
Tanya's passion stems from a strong desire to affect change and inspire others to explore how they can use technology to help differentiate individual students’ needs, provide a vehicle for collaboration, and allow for deeper purpose and voice in student learning.