About

 Just a little bit about us and our team...


Kathleen McClaskey (@khmmc) is a futurist, teacher, professor, education technologist, keynote speaker, professional developer, and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) consultant with over 30 years experience in integrating technology in the classroom and in creating learner-centered environments. Kathleen directed and designed the professional development in multiple technology-based projects in math, science, literacy and autism. She is passionate in empowering learners with tools, skills and learning strategies so they become self-directed, self-motivated learners who realize their hopes and dreams and be prepared for college, career and life. Kathleen continues on her mission to level the playing field for all learners.  Read about Kathleen's passion to personalize learning... 

Barbara Bray (@bbray27) is an international presenter, futurist, change agent, instructional designer and facilitator. She assists large and small organizations to transform teaching and learning through action research, project-and challenge-based learning, design-thinking, learner-centered environments and redesign of teaching practice. She builds coaching programs where teachers are facilitators, advisors, and guides developments of cultures of learning where teachers and learners are "partners in learning." She enjoys sharing stories of where teachers and learners push the edge and create innovative solutions for teaching and learning that embraces joy. Barbara loves to write, do classroom observations, facilitate visioning sessions, develop strategic plans along with determining what is authentic, cost-effective, and relevant for schools and districts.  Read more about Barbara's passion to transform teaching and learning...

Linda Ullah (@Linda_Ullah) is an Educational Consultant. Since retiring she has been working part time for the NC State's Friday Institute for Educational, teaching online courses for Educators through Foothill College's Krause Center for Innovation (KCI) and consulting as a coach and moderator for the 5W's of Personalized Learning eCourses. Prior to retirement she worked for New Tech Network training/coaching teachers and administrators in project-based learning and technology integration She has been teacher-in- residence at Foothill College’s KCI helping to develop a program that provides technology and PBL staff development courses for teachers. Linda has been a Technology Learning Coordinator and a teacher for Oak Grove School District in San Jose, CA for several years and has taught in a variety of settings during her career as an educator.

Pam Lowe (@prlowe91) has over 20 years in education assisting schools in areas of assessment, inquiry-based /student-centered learning, educational technology, data analysis, curriculum/instruction and Depth of Knowledge. She is author of Missouri Then & Now: Activity Book and has written for the Huffington Post and TechLearning magazine. Pam was an eMINTS teacher, a Missouri Assessment Program leader, online facilitator for Missouri's eLearning for Educators, and STARR teacher by the state of Missouri. Pam was named Teacher of the Year twice at O'Neal Elementary in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, District Teacher of the Year, a semi-finalist in Technology & Learning's Leader of the Year in 2005 and served on a National Advisory Board for Macmillan Mathematics. Pam facilitates #plearnchat as @plearnchat, is a coach and moderator for the 5W's of Personalized Learning eCourses and is Marketing Associate for Personalize Learning. Pam believes teachers must be engaged learners in order to truly be successful in educating their learners. Check out Pam's guest blog post: Personalized Learning Through the Eyes of a Child.