Friday, March 3, 2017
The Dr. Will Show - Rolling Out A 1:1 Digital Initiative with Hope Elliot
On this episode of The Dr. Will Show, I hangout with Hope Elliot and we chat about her experiences in rolling out a 1:1 iPad and Macbook initiative.
Hope is a 21-year education veteran who was a former special education teacher and RTI Coordinator. I am now an Instructional Technology Coach for Lowndes County School District in Columbus, MS. Hope has a passion for educational technology and its integral part of education and she considers herself a life long learner. Hope is a Schoology Ambassador, Nearpod Pionear, Apple Teacher, Certified Nearpod Educator, Sophia Certified Flipped Classroom Instructor, and was Teacher of the Year for North Jefferson Middle School in Birmingham, AL. As a Instructional Technology Coach, she has played an integral part in the 1:1 initiative. She has helped create, presented on and lead the majority of the professional development for the Lowndes County School District for the last two years. Hope has presented at FETC, MECA, AETC and Tech, Teach, Learn Conferences and at the Mississippi Association of School Superintendents’ Conference on two different occasions. Hope holds a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, a Master’s degree in Instructional Leadership, and Special Education. Follow her @techie_teacher1 or visit her website.