Our Certified Trainers
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Certified Intl. Trainers
Quemú Quemú, La Pampa
Stella Maris Berdaxagar
Stella is a globally connected, English as a Second Language teacher, an ICT Specialist, and content curator. She graduated from the University of La Pampa in Argentina. She creates LiveBinders as curated content for global communities of practice, as tutorials for her flipped classes, as PD Training Toolkits and as students’ ePortfolios. At present, she runs a private ESL Academy. Her LiveBinders organize her interests thematically: 21st Century Skills and features, ICT integration, Multiple Intelligences and Nature. She is above all, a passionate lifelong learner. [Stella on Twitter](https://twitter.com/SMBerdaxagar)
Certified US Trainers
Kim Thomas considers herself very lucky in that she has a job (Technology Integration Specialist in the Madison School District, K-8, Phoenix, AZ) she is passionate about - effective technology integration. She has been in education for 23 years, most of that in the area of Educational Technology. Like most others in this group, she is a life-long learner, be it about technology, knitting, world issues or what is happening with Livebinders!
Dee Davis is currently a K-12 School Improvement Specialist and Professional Development Coordinator. Over the course of her career in education, she has worked in many diverse settings with many different teachers and students, from AP classrooms to those with struggling learners. In her current position she works with administrators, teachers, and students to provide job-embedded support targeted to individual needs, delivers formal professional development, and assists in all areas of school improvement. Her goal for LiveBinders has been developing a one-stop shop, where teachers, students, and administrators can log-in and find everything they need for the day right at their fingertips.
Fred is a Coordinator for San Joaquin County Office of Education and an instructor for Teachers College San Joaquin. He discovered LiveBinders when he needed an electronic resource for his students. Fred says, "LiveBinders offers endless solutions to organizing articles, documents video, photos, pdfs, and more. "
John Dahlgren is a teacher, trainer and facilitator with over 30 years of manufacturing, construction and small business experience and has been in service to industry and education for over 20 years. John Dahlgren, or “JD” by students and colleagues, brings his experience, strength and knowledge into communities of practice creating a professional atmosphere based on mutual respect, mutual trust and mutual benefit. John is often expressing to his students that “the technical world cannot be memorized and it is my job to help you learn how to learn how to find information, source information and collect information so it can be retrieved and referenced effectively.”
With over twenty years of teaching and counseling experience, Sherra uses her expertise in technology and social dynamics to rethink and redesign processes for her campus. She introduced LiveBinders to her teachers by creating a staff binder that houses all campus and district related documents. Sherra is always searching for new ways to engage not only students, but staff members as well.
Bexar County/San Antonio
Kim Caise has been an educator and technology specialist for the past 20 years after graduating from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education in 1989. Kim is a S.T.A.R. Discovery Educator and serves on the Texas DEN Leadership Council for Discovery Education. She is a FableVision Ambassador and was nominated for the 2005 Disney Teacher of the Year Award for her dedication to the teaching profession. Kim’s extensive curricular background in all subject areas has enabled her to help teachers find appropriate, effective tools to meet the diverse needs of their students and the demands of state/national standards.
Janet is an educational technology consultant specializing in technology integration, BYOD implementations, interactive whiteboard technologies and mobile learning devices. She has over 30 years experience as a classroom teacher and instructional technology coordinator in Texas public schools, and has also been an adjunct education professor at a local university. Janet's passion for assisting educators has provided her with many opportunities to present at national, state and local conferences throughout the United States and to co-author four books on technology integration and professional development.
Joan is an experienced educational technology consultant specializing in technology integration at all levels, BYOD implementations, and mobile learning devices. She has a passion for assisting educators learn new strategies for successfully integrating technology into their curriculum. Joan has presented at national, state and local conferences and in school districts throughout the United States.
Cheri is a Staff and Technical Assistant with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Accreditation at North Florida Community College. She has certificates in the following Digital Media/ Multimedia specializations: Authoring, Production, and Instructional Technology.
Maureen Davis has been an educator and instructional technology specialist for the past 25 years, and has conducted numerous professional development sessions to educators - both locally and at the state level. Maureen is currently assigned to 4 schools in Stanly County Schools, NC, and provides weekly opportunities for teachers to learn more about Web 2.0 tools and resources. Maureen is a passionate, lifelong learner who is committed to supporting educators in discovering educational technology tools and resources that engage students and improve academic achievement.
Tim Fahlberg is a math, computer science, and fabrication teacher at the Wisconsin School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Tim also offers professional development for a variety of technologies and is a NaviLens smart digital signage consultant. Students at the Wisconsin School for the Blind and Visually Impaired competed successfully in Samsung's "Solve for Tomorrow" contest advancing to become State Finalists by solving the challenge of making signs & artwork in their school and community more accessible to the blind and deaf.