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Session Descriptions: Day 2 PM Block: Ramos

  • Session presenters, offerings, locations, and/or schedule are subject to change
  • In some cases, target audiences have been identified, but all sessions are open to everyone

Classroom Tech Tools: The Latest and Greatest!
August 9, 1:00-1:

Christina Broomfield, 4th Grade Teacher, North Kingstown School Dept.

Kimberly Ramos, Technology Instructional Coach, North Kingstown School Dept.

@KimRamosRI | Website

  • Technology/Computer Science, K-12, Teachers, Administrators
  • Audience cap: 26
  • Participant devices (tablet, iPad, laptop) are recommended for this session but not required
Is your school or district diving into blended learning? Are you overwhelmed by the sheer number of resources? Learn about the Latest and Greatest of our favorite apps, sites, and extensions. Haven’t “gone Google” yet? No worries...there’s something here for you, too! Bring your laptop/tablet and share a few favorites of your own!

Christina Broomfield has been an elementary classroom teacher in North Kingstown, RI, for 7 years. She has taught grades 1-4 and has served as her school's Technology Lead Teacher for the past 3 years. She facilitates school- and district-wide technology-based professional development for teachers and support staff. She is also a GEMS-Net Science Teacher Leader and participates in leading workshops for K-5 teachers at the URI Bay Campus. Her passion for integrating technology and blended learning is evident in both her professional development workshops and daily classroom culture.

Kimberly Ramos has been a teacher for 20+ years. In 2014, she became the Technology Instructional Coach for the North Kingstown School Department in North Kingstown, RI. She creates and delivers K-12 blended learning professional development for teachers, staff, and administrators, and enjoys collaborating with education professionals across RI. She is a board member of the RI Society of Technology Educators, a recipient of the Highlander Institute District Leadership award, and a current Highlander FuseRI Fellow.

When she’s not advocating for blended learning, Kimberly can be found either on the golf course or at Fenway Park, cheering on the Red Sox.

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