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Mrs. Brown, Instructional Technology Coach

Hello! As an instructional technology coach, it is my job to keep teachers and students up-to-date on the latest and most helpful educational technology.  I love teaching, learning, exploring new ideas, and integrated technology into lessons or activities. My job is to train teachers on technology and team-teach with them. I enjoy collaborating with educators and working with students. I would love to hear your ideas! Please share any tips or new tools with me.Teachers, I would love to work with you and your students! Here are some ways I can help ...
  • Team teaching new programs and lessons to your students 
  • Digital citizenship lessons (online safety, social media awareness, creating effective passwords, etc.)
  • Working with PLC groups to find ways to analyze data and to share remediation and enrichment resources
  • Meeting with teachers during planning periods to train on a wide variety of programs and to help with technology integration into lesson plans.
  • Offering after-school professional development to demonstrate and train on educational technology integration.


Contact me:

Kaitlin Brown

615-904-3850 ext. 22924

Twitter: @mskatebrown628

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Role of an Instructional Technology Coach Description 
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