OKLAHOMA society for technology in Education
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Kasey Bell 2022 Day 1 Keynote Speaker
Kasey Bell is a former middle school teacher turned award-winning digital learning coach, international speaker, author, blogger, and podcaster with a Texas-sized passion for technology and learning.
She is part sparkling smile, part witty personality and a whole heap of passion as big as a Texas--go big or go home, y’all! She is a disruptor of the boring. An engaging, innovative, from the heart sharer who inspires educators while transforming their teaching with original, timely, and use-tomorrow ideas for student choice, differentiation, and technology integration.
Through teacher empowering publications and award-winning educational resources at ShakeUpLearning.com, learner-driven workshops and presentations, and hosting two weekly podcasts, Kasey proves why we should never settle for the boring when it comes to bringing out the very best in our students, and we should always strive to Shake Up Learning!
The award-winning Shake Up Learning website provides teachers with practical resources for using technology in the K12 classroom, including using Google Classroom, Google for Education, and other Google tools and many additional blended learning resources. We provide free technology tips and tricks, free downloads and templates, in-depth online courses, books, lesson plans, lesson ideas, cheat sheets, blog publications, and podcasts. More Info.
Toby Brown, Ph.D. 2022 Day 2 Keynote Speaker
Toby Brown holds three degrees from Oklahoma State University: a Bachelor's degree in American History and a Master's degree in Soviet History. During and after his Master's program, Toby worked for a NASA Education contractor and the College of Education at OSU.
He began teaching an Educational Technology course for preservice teachers at OSU in 2010 and completed his doctorate in Educational Technology at Oklahoma State in 2015. He wrote his dissertation about teacher professional development at Edcamps.
He taught technology courses at Stillwater High School for seven years and now teaches undergraduate & graduate classes in Learning Design & Technology at OSU as a visiting assistant professor. He has presented original research at state, regional, national, and international conferences; his current research interests are cognitive & educational neuroscience, the mental health of teachers & students, and student choice in learning.
Toby has been training educators to use technology since 1997; he enjoys traveling, woodworking, cheesy sci-fi films, weird music, and reading at Aspen Coffee in Stillwater.