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Bett 2014: Anatomy of a Digital Student Lesson Plan

Bett 2014: Anatomy of a Digital Student Lesson Plan

Jill Pierce, STEM Coordinator
Jill is a 20-year veteran of Instructional Technology. Currently she works for McMinn County Schools as system-wide STEM Coordinator. She was employed for five years at PCS, Inc. as an Educational Technology Trainer working with schools across the state of Tennessee providing instructional training on the use of technology in the classroom. This includes Microsoft Innovator* Master Trainer, Certified Promethean Activclassroom* Trainer, Mobile (iPad* and Android*) Technology, and STEM Training. Before working at PCS, Inc., she worked for Loudon County Schools as their Technology Director for several years. She has served as a member of the Tennessee Educational Technology Association (TETA), as an ISTE and COSN Affiliate, for 18 years, formally serving on TETA’s Board of Directors for eight years—two of those as state chair. She is also a member of the International Society of Technology Educators (ISTE), and several other Special Interest Groups. She had the honor of receiving the TETA Directors’ Award in 2006, an award given to individuals with broad influence on instructional technology that spans across the entire state.

Read the full Bett 2014: Anatomy of a Digital Student Lesson Plan.

Bett 2014: Anatomy of a Digital Student Lesson Plan

Jill Pierce, STEM Coordinator
Jill is a 20-year veteran of Instructional Technology. Currently she works for McMinn County Schools as system-wide STEM Coordinator. She was employed for five years at PCS, Inc. as an Educational Technology Trainer working with schools across the state of Tennessee providing instructional training on the use of technology in the classroom. This includes Microsoft Innovator* Master Trainer, Certified Promethean Activclassroom* Trainer, Mobile (iPad* and Android*) Technology, and STEM Training. Before working at PCS, Inc., she worked for Loudon County Schools as their Technology Director for several years. She has served as a member of the Tennessee Educational Technology Association (TETA), as an ISTE and COSN Affiliate, for 18 years, formally serving on TETA’s Board of Directors for eight years—two of those as state chair. She is also a member of the International Society of Technology Educators (ISTE), and several other Special Interest Groups. She had the honor of receiving the TETA Directors’ Award in 2006, an award given to individuals with broad influence on instructional technology that spans across the entire state.

Read the full Bett 2014: Anatomy of a Digital Student Lesson Plan.

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