The ICON leadership group hosts Ms. Melissa Ellis as guest speaker for Digital Student Portfolios.
Education is not an experienced course. It is instead a course of experiences in and out of the classroom. Whether teacher or student, one must make those experiences matter!
~ Brigitte McCawley ~
ACS Media Specialists Collaboration Meetings for Continuous Improvement
Professional Development for Technology Integration is Happening in the ACS Technology & Innovation Center!
The ACS Technology Integration Specialist is a Professional Development Facilitator at the Alabama Educational Technology Conference (AETC) 2021
Alexander City Schools Hosts a CS Fundamentals Workshop.
Curricular Integration: English Language Arts
Poetic Rap Challenge
Promethean's STEM/AR Event
If we want deeper learning, greater student agency, more authentic work, and rich technology infusion to happen, we have to DESIGN FOR THEM.
~ ~ Scott McLeod
4 Shifts Protocol
Spark, Ignite, Glow
Brigitte McCawley, Technology Integration Specialist
Brigitte McCawley is the Technology Integration Specialist for Alexander City Schools. Her experience includes self-contained as well as subject-specific classroom instruction, 21st Century media center, makerspace design and management, and curriculum design for project-based learning and Design Thinking both locally and for the Alabama Learning Exchange (ALEX). She continues to serve as a professional development designer and facilitator on the local and state levels supporting teachers in the areas of growth mindset and authentic engagement through standards-aligned, cross-curricular technology integration.
Brigitte holds the following credentials:
Bachelor of Science from the University of Mobile
Master of Education K-12 Curriculum and Instruction Technology from Grand Canyon University
Certified: Designing With Google
Nearpod Certified Educator
Common Sense Educator Certification
Member: International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
Member: Alabama Leaders in Educational Technology (ALET)
Alabama Consortium for Technology in Education (ACTE) Region 9 Director
Brigitte believes that improved learning outcomes do not stem from the technological tools themselves but from the opportunities provided by those tools when learning is moved from passive to active, generalized to personalized, and imagined to self-discovered. Her greatest passion is in serving and helping others discover the excitement and value in lifelong learning.