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Alice Keeler is available to present at workshops, be a spotlight speaker for your event or as a keynote speaker. Please contact Alice at email@example.com if you are interested in having Alice come out to your location.
Alice Keeler is an expert in EdTech integration. Starting teaching math in 1999 and is currently a math teacher with Chawanakee Unified. She is an adjunct lecturer at California State University Fresno in the teacher credential program. Alice is a mom of 5 kids and lives in Fresno California. Google Certified Innovator, Microsoft Innovative Innovator, and New Media Consortium K12 Ambassador. Founder of CoffeeEDU. Co-Author of 5 Professional Development books including “50 Things You Can Do with Google Classroom.” and “Ditch that Homework.” Alice has developed math curriculum and innovative online courses. She has lead collaborative teacher teams for projects with Google such as YouTube for Teachers and Google Play for Education. Passionate that kids are not failures. Technology should improve learning through interactions, improved feedback, increasing relevance, and facilitating a student-centered classroom. Alice has a bachelors degree in Mathematics and a Masters in Educational Media Design and Technology.
Alice’s current project is Teachers Are Professionals. She has partnered with PledgeCents with the goal to eliminate the culture that teachers should pay out of pocket. Teachers are professionals and yet most do not have business cards. We have partnered with VistaPrint to obtain business cards for teachers who sign up for the project to share that they are a professional educator.
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