Ben served on the InnEdCO board from 2014 – 2019. He most recently served InnEdCO as Vice President and Programming Chair. Ben has had many roles with InnEdCO including attending, presenting, and volunteering.
Ben is the Progam Manager of Digital Education and Academic Technologies at the University of Colorado, School of Dental Medicine on the Anschutz Medical Campus. Ben formerly served as the Director of Blended and Personalized Learning in Aurora Public Schools. He led the Personalized Professional Learning efforts in Denver Public Schools. He taught middle schoolers English. He managed online communities for Edmodo and was an Online Learning and Technology Resources Specialist for Douglas County Schools.
Ben was named the Totally Wired Teacher of the year in 2007 by Edutopia and has blogged at Learning is Change since 2004. He is married to his favorite person, and loves his three children quite a little bit. He is passionate about personalized learning, technology with purpose, and creating at least one new thing every day. In short, he teaches, and learns. A lot.
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Kelly served on the InnEdCO board from 2011 – 2018. She most recently served InnEdCO as its Conference Chair. Kelly has had many roles with InnEdCO including attending, presenting, and volunteering. She currently serves on the Grants Committee helping to continuly support educators who are a part of InnEdCO to take back the learning and make it come to life in the classroom.
As an award winning educator, Kelly is committed to ensuring that technology enhances, engages, and motivates students to learn. As the Director of Educational Technology for Boulder Valley, she draws from many diverse experiences focused on educational technology: a classroom teacher, an educational consultant, a university instructor and a district K-12 technology leader. She has a long history in staff development, focusing on integrating technology into teachers’ curriculum and classrooms so that students create, investigate, connect and learn via digital environments.
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