Katrina Adkins is an Instructional Technology Consultant based out of Chattanooga, TN who is also the Director of Innovation for the Canterbury School in Fort Meyers, FL.
Katrina Adkins has spent the last 14 years in the K-12 technology education field and enjoys researching and integrating new technologies into classrooms. Katrina is currently an Instructional Technology Consultant based out of Chattanooga, TN who is also the Director of Innovation for the Canterbury School in Fort Meyers, Florida.
In 2014 she earned her Doctorate in Instructional Technology and Distance Education from Nova Southeastern University.
Katrina’s passion for technology and education is strengthened through the phenomenal educators she works with every day.
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Elissa Malespina – An education veteran and former HS History and Special Education Teacher, high school and middle school teacher-librarian.
She has a passion for infusing new technology into the curriculum and thinking outside the box to pique students’ interest and keep them engaged.
Elissa has been at the forefront of using Web 2.0 resources and tools like QR codes and Augmented Reality to make the education experience more interactive.
Malespina is also a very active presenter who enjoys the following topics: QR Codes, Evernote, Edmodo, Livebinders, Popplet, Wikis, Twitter, Pinterest , Augmented Reality, Google Hangouts
She has presented at such conferences as ISTE, Edmodocon, Techspo, WeTech, NJAET, Edscape, Readers and Writers Workshop at Columbia University, New Jersey Association of School Libraries Conference, and many more!
She was recognized for her outstanding approaches to education and libraries most recently in 2014 with a Bammy Award from the Academy of Education Arts and Science.
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