17+ years HS ELA classroom experience; Contributing author of Flipping 2.0: Practical Strategies for Flipping Your Class; Edmodo Certified Trainer; PBS Digital Innovator; presenter at ISTE 2014-16, Flipcon 2014-15, NCTE-CEL 2013-16, and other local conferences.
Brady has been a social studies instructor since 2007 and he is a Certified Digital Citizenship Educator. He has spoken to hundreds of educators and administrators across the State of Minnesota on a number of topics related to effective technology use in the classroom
Dave is a 21st Century Skills and Technology Teacher and an avid edTech presenter, innovator, and pioneer of products which allow teachers to do their jobs in new and meaningful ways (InsertLearning, Osmo, BreakoutEDU, Remind, and 3Doodler). As a modern teacher and Instructional Designer, Dave wants to change the face of education through meaningful PD, reflective processes, and the appropriate integration of technology.
I enjoy using innovative and creative ways to engage my students, to provide more interactive lessons for them and also to have ways to assess them. Learning about edtech and tools available is something I enjoy so that I can provide more opportunities for my students but also so that I can have as much knowledge as possible for when I present at conferences.
Scott Fernholz is an Instructional Technology Coach and Google Educator in the Madison Metropolitan School District. As a teacher, he taught a wide variety of IT courses, including finding his real passion in offering a one of a kind Web2.0--21st Century Literacies course. He is very excited to now take this curriculum and talents to the teachers in his district. A crazy Google user, and nicknamed "2.0" by his peers, he can typically be found combing through Twitter, Feedly and his PLN for the newest and greatest tools and how best to utilize them in 21st Century learning.
Brian is a school psychologist with expertise in the area of assistive technology. Dr. Friedlander is an Associate Professor of Education at the College of St. Elizabeth in Morristown, N.J. where he coordinates Graduate Programs in Special Education and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in assistive technology. He maintains a consulting and private practice in the area of assistive technology working with schools and parents to find innovative solutions to support student learning. He is the author of several laminated guides on Chromebooks, iPads, and Co:Teaching & Technology available from nprinc.com
I am a teacher of English and Technology Mentor in Northern New Jersey. I am a huge proponent of personalizing student learning and using technology to elevate my lessons. I believe in student choice and engendering a love of learning in all of my students.
Keith is an English teacher and the school's International Baccalaureate Diploma Program Coordinator. His interests include composition, maker spaces, technology integration, project based learning, digital media creation. When he's not teaching or thinking about teaching, he loves to run trails and ultramarathons, cook and hang with his partner, Michelle, and daughter.