Literacy Reading Student Engagement Technology
Lindsay Yearta, PhD, is an assistant professor of education at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Lindsay specializes in digital literacies, critical literacy, and the use of digital tools to meet the needs of students.
21st Century Skills Curriculum Instruction Technology
Janet Lynne Tassell, PhD, is an associate professor at Western Kentucky University, where she teaches elementary math methods and directs the Elementary Mathematics Specialist Endorsement program.
21st Century Skills Assessment Curriculum Instruction Technology
Rebecca Stobaugh, PhD, is an assistant professor at Western Kentucky University. She teaches assessment and unit-planning courses, supervises first-year teachers, and consults with school districts on critical thinking, instructional strategies, assessment, technology integration, and other topics.
Eric C. Sheninger, a high school principal, focuses on establishing and fostering learning environments that are student-centered, collaborative, flexible, and designed to prepare all learners to succeed in the 21st century.
21st Century Skills Technology
Kipp D. Rogers, PhD, is director of secondary instruction for York County Schools in Virginia. With nearly 20 years of experience in education, Dr. Rogers has classroom teaching and instructional leadership experience at all levels in urban and suburban schools.
21st Century Skills School Improvement Technology
Will Richardson is known internationally for his work with educators and students to understand and implement instructional technologies and, more specifically, the tools of the Read/Write Web into their schools, classrooms, and communities.
Lisa Reason, PhD, has been teaching and designing digital graduate curriculum for more than twelve years. She successfully led the development of numerous masters’ and doctoral programs and is widely recognized as an expert in online learning.
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