Skip to content

hi, and welcome to edtech classroom.

I’m a K-5 STEM teacher and edtech coach. I help teachers implement technology in their classrooms. I am passionate about education technology, project-based learning, and innovative learning models.

I’m so happy you’ve made it to my page, and I hope we can learn and grow together as 21st century educators.

Let’s see what we can create together.

Latest from the Blog

Digital Accessibility and Dyslexia Advocacy, featuring Jeannette Washington M.Ed.

Did you know that October is Dyslexia Awareness Month? To celebrate neurodiversity this month – and everyday! – I’m sharing resources from Jeannette Washington, M.Ed., experienced educator working at the intersection of technology, accessibility, and dyslexia advocacy. Jeannette shares incredibly valuable resources for educators on her Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and website. I will be resharing … Continue Reading Digital Accessibility and Dyslexia Advocacy, featuring Jeannette Washington M.Ed.

Using Systems Thinking to Tackle the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

In 2015, the UN launched the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future” by 2030. These 17 goals address the global challenges we face – from poverty to climate change to inequality (United Nations). While some progress has been made since 2015, the UN has more recently … Continue Reading Using Systems Thinking to Tackle the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Combining Systems Thinking and Design Thinking in the Classroom

In my classroom, I want my students to be not just problem-solvers, but also problem-finders. I want students to learn strategies and skills to solve real-world problems. And I want students to be able to identify the very problems that need to be solved. In my experience working in schools, I’ve noticed that there is … Continue Reading Combining Systems Thinking and Design Thinking in the Classroom

Join my email list