MEET THE PRESENTERS

The HyperDoc Girls
Lisa, Kelly, and Sarah are teachers/coaches/Administrators in Pleasanton Unified School district.

They bring their knowledge of classroom instruction and technology integration through their creation of HyperDocs. Their book, The HyperDoc Handbook is a guide to shifting the way teachers deliver instruction and enhancing the way students experience learning. Along with their book, the three created Teachers Give Teachers, an active, collaborative group of educators sharing lessons on Twitter, Facebook, and on their website at TeachersGiveTeachers.net

Lisa Dabbs
Educational consultant, author, blogger and speaker.

She holds a B.A. in Child Development and an M.Ed. in Educational Administration. She has served as a blogger for many education organisations including at EdweekTeacher, Edutopia.org and Insight Advance and is part of the Social Media Team at Edutopia, ThinkWrite and Unlocking Time. Lisa’s book “Standing in the Gap: Empowering New Teachers through Connected Resources” is part of the Connected Educator Series and was inspired by her work on #ntchat.
Twitter @teachwithsoul , Instagram @lisadabbsedu, www.LisaDabbs.com

Claudio Zavala Jr.
Edtech coordinator and consultant based in the Dallas-Fort.

Worth area who passionate about fostering creativity in the classroom and using creation tools to enrich learning and experiences in the classroom. He’s an Adobe Education Leader, Alpha Squirrels, Flipgrid Ambassador, Google Certified Educator and a Participate Community Advisor.

Twitter: @ClaudioZavalaJr,  Instagram: @ClaudioZavalaJr, www.iamclaudius.com.

Tanya Avrith
Former High School communications teacher and EdTech consultant.

Tanya recently joined Adobe as the K12 Education Evangelist. She is a former High School communications teacher and EdTech consultant.
She is the co-author of the Google Infused Classroom. She is an Adobe Education Leader, Apple Distinguished Educator, and Google Certified Innovator.

Brian Wood
Adobe Certified Trainer.

Brian Wood is a speaker, developer and author of several Adobe training books and articles. As an Adobe Certified trainer, Brian has been consulting with teachers, designers, marketing pros, business owners and front end developers— all over the country. He has spoken at several major design conferences, including Adobe MAX, the How Interactive Design Conference, the Web Design Conference and the InDesign Conference.

Sherri Kushner
Media Arts Teacher.

Sherri Kushner teaches Media Arts at Chute Middle School in Evanston, Illinois. She brings a dynamic energy to her classes on graphic design, photography, narrative media, animation, Minecraft, and Digital Fabrication. While she loves exploring creativity and emerging technologies with her students, her passion is working with students on issue-based projects.
Sherri is an Adobe Education Leader, and has extensive experience running hands-on workshops and speaking live and online at webinars, and state and national art, education, and tech conferences.

Dan Armstrong
K-12 Solutions Consultant at Adobe.

Previously as the Director of Enterprise Training for Create Idaho, Dan Armstrong worked with teachers throughout the state helping to implement creative tools into the classroom. Dan had many roles including teaching for Idaho State University, Ridgevue High School, and Leap Fox Learning as well as being an Adobe Community Professional and Adobe Education Leader.
Dan recently joined Adobe as the K12 Channel Solutions Consultant.

Brian Wood
Adobe Certified Trainer.

Brian Wood is a speaker, developer and author of several Adobe training books and articles. As an Adobe Certified trainer, Brian has been consulting with teachers, designers, marketing pros, business owners and front end developers— all over the country. He has spoken at several major design conferences, including Adobe MAX, the How Interactive Design Conference, the Web Design Conference and the InDesign Conference.

Sherri Kushner
Media Arts Teacher.

Sherri Kushner teaches Media Arts at Chute Middle School in Evanston, Illinois. She brings a dynamic energy to her classes on graphic design, photography, narrative media, animation, Minecraft, and Digital Fabrication. While she loves exploring creativity and emerging technologies with her students, her passion is working with students on issue-based projects.
Sherri is an Adobe Education Leader, and has extensive experience running hands-on workshops and speaking live and online at webinars, and state and national art, education, and tech conferences.

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