Carlie Stigler is a 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade multiage teacher at Fond du Lac STEM Academy in Fond du Lac Wisconsin. She attended Carroll University and received her bachelors degree in Elementary Education and Special Education with a minor in Early Childhood. During her student teaching experience, Carlie participated in a yearlong residency program within the Hartland Lakeside School District. This opportunity allowed her to engage and grow in working with teachers and students, developing habits of a reflective and collaborative educator. As a first year teacher Carlie is on a mission to facilitate learning spaces that embody community, inclusion, collaboration, and personalizing learning amongst and between educators and students. As Carlie continues to grow as an educator and learner, she is excited to be a part of the changes in our education system that need to occur to meet the interests and demands of our world.
Connect with Carlie on Twitter: @cstigler28. Her school Twitter is @FDLSTEMAcademy, Carlie also has an awesome Paper.li.
Tammy Neil teaches Computer Applications and Game Design at Branford High School in Branford, FL. This is her 24th year in education. She's taught every grade from 4th to 12th. I also spent 8 years as a School Media Specialist.
Tammy co-moderates the #FLedChat on Wednesdays at FullCirclePD.org team and actively participates in their round table discussions through GHOs and Twitter. She is also a semi-regular blogger on tammyneil.com., and #RuralEdChat at on Tuesdays. She is a founding member of the
This year Tammy was named Branford High School's 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year. She's been nominated for a Bammy (High School Teacher of the Year) as well as, Edsurge's Caring is Sharing Award. Tammy recently led the organization team for #EdcampBranford, the first Edcamp not only in her district but also in the surrounding 50 mile radius.
You can connect with Tammy on Twitter: @