About the Authors

Nichole Allmann is a Technology Integration Specialist for Richland School District Two in Columbia, SC. Her primary role in the district is to work collaboratively with the Technology Learning Coaches at various schools, coaching teachers to transform his or her teaching practices to prepare our students to be world class learners. Not only does she focus her training on effective instructional uses in a 1:1 computing environment, she works with teachers to build personalized, blended models of instruction and Project Based Learning. Follow her on Twitter @NicholeAllmann




Chuck Holland is the Director of Instructional Technology in Richland School District Two in Columbia, SC. Chuck presents frequently on instructional uses of technology including 1:1 computing, Blended and Personalized Learning, Project Based Learning, Best Practices, Google Apps for Education, and other Google tools.​ Follow him on Twitter @ChuckHolland





Janine Sears is a district Technology Integration Specialist for Richland School District Two. Leveraging Richland’s 1:1 computing, Blended Learning, Project Based Learning, Makerspace Design, Design Thinking for Innovation and Google Apps for Education are among the current topics of professional development, educational strategies and pedagogical practices that she delivers to district personnel and teachers. Follow her on Twitter @searsjanine





Brady Venables is a district Technology Integration Specialist for Richland Two.  She is a Google Certified Teacher and a Digital Citizenship Common Sense Media Certified educator. Brady’s interest in for transformational teaching with technology started in her career as a biology teacher and has grown into a passion in her current role.  Brady is a constant learner and enjoys sharing ideas at state and national conferences, with coaches and teachers, and with students. Follow her on Twitter @bradyvenables




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Voices in Tech: How edtech coaches aid classroom instruction

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