Expert Educators
<h3>Sue Fitzgerald</h3> I am currently a secondary librarian and Computer Technology Liaison with the Northwest Independent School District in Justin, Texas. <b>Blogs at the Unpretentious Librarian </b>
<h3>Lori Campbell</h3> I am currently an Instructional Technology Coach at Northern Virginia Community College.
<h3>Jamie Forshey</h3> I am currently a K-12 instructional technology specialist, coach and computer teacher at the Bellwood-Antis School District in Central PA. I am dedicated to innovative teaching and learning through the use of technology and digital media that engages students in the learning process. Visit my Edutech for Teachers blog to find cool tools and integration ideas for the classroom . <b>Blogs at EduTech for Teachers </b>http://edutech4teachers.edublog<b></b>
<h3>Dan Gallagher</h3> I am currently a Teacher Resource Specialist for Technology with the West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District in New Jersey. I am also an Adjunct Professor with Arcadia University&apos;s Instructional Technology Graduate Program. I&apos;m a SMART Exemplary Educator, certified Interactive Teacher &amp; SMART Notebook Education Instructor, AppoLearning Expert, Symbaloo PD Pro, and a Nearpod Author.
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<h3>Jodie Johnston</h3> I am currently a Curriculum Technology Specialist with the Blue Valley School District in Overland Park, KS.I specialize in Web 2.0 Tools. I am the Edmodo Administrator in our school district and an Edmodo Certified Trainer. <br />
<h3>Bobby B Lewis</h3>I am an ESOL teacher in middle grades in Georgia. I am a Certified SMART Notebook 14 Trainer and an Edmodo Certified Trainer. I was named the Edmodo Ambassador of the Year 2014. I was also named a PBS Teacher Innovation Award 2010. <h3></h3>
<h3>Lesley McClendon</h3> I serve as a Special Education Language Arts teacher for 7th grade students in the Gwinnett County Public Schools district in Georgia.2014 PBS Lead Digital Innovator, 2014 Georgia Commission on the Holocaust Distinguished Educator of the Year
<h3>Patricia Merlino</h3> I am currently a Middle School Computer teacher for grades 6-8 at the Assumption Regional Catholic School in New Jersey. I am also an Adjunct Professor for Arcadia University with the Instructional Technology Graduate Program. I have a Master&apos;s in Instructional Technology from Nova Southeaster University. Certifications include Symbaloo, Individual Google Apps Qualified, and Adobe Education Trainer.
Paul Solarz I’m a 5th grade teacher from Arlington Heights, Illinois who has been teaching for 15 years, and was recently named the 2014 ICE Educator of the Year for my use of technology in our classroom. My areas of focus are empowering students to lead their learning, effectively integrating EdTech into the curriculum, and providing students opportunities to pursue their personal interests through Passion Time. We focus on 21st Century skills in our classroom, especially creativity, problem-solving, reflection, and collaboration. Connect with me on
<h3>Laura Moore</h3> I am currently an Instructional Technology Specialist for North East Independent School District in San Antonio, TX. Prior to being a specialist, I was an elementary classroom teacher for 15 years. For the past 2 years I have served as the super admin for the district Edublogs domain. My passion is finding new and innovative ways for students to create and collaborate. <b>Blogs at LearnMooreStuff </b>
<b>Meghan Zigmond</b> I am a First Grade teacher and technology facilitator from Port Aransas, Texas. I&apos;ve been teaching for 9 years, and am passionate about inspiring creation and collaboration in my classroom, as well as harnessing the power of technology to help my students make their thinking visible. <h3>Blogs at Zig Zags Tech</h3>
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<h3>Nancy Minicozzi</h3> I am a media specialist for the Las Virgenes Unified School District in north Los Angeles County. The main focus of my work is assisting teachers to integrate technology into their classrooms in a meaningful way. I am a firm believer in collaborative professional development and have worked on PLAYDATE Los Angeles and several edcamp organizing teams. <b>Blogs at</b>
<h3>Lisa Johnson - Austin Texas</h3><br />Mother of two mobile natives, Educational Technologist supporting a K-12 1:1 Pad school district, nationally recognized speaker, international curriculum writer, and consultant for multiple educational technology firms, Lisa Johnson has the ability to see and share how technology can impact and redefine pedagogy, assessment, instruction, and the four walls of the classroom.
<h3>Christi Collins</h3>I am currently a second grade teacher at Wise Primary School. I am also an online adjunct instructor at the University of Virginia&apos;s College at Wise/CTE. I am a certified Google Educator, Emaze Embassador, Certified Symbaloo Educator and Graphite Certified Educator. I enjoy training and inspiring educators to use the latest technologies in their classrooms. I am passionate about providing my students with meaningful learning opportunities that are engaging, hands-on and enhanced with technology. Visit myprofessional portfolio and my blog at <b>collinscollaboration</b> to find helpful resources, tools and ideas for educators. Connect with me on Twitter, Google+, Pinterest.

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