Nov. 18, 2021

Live from Iceland - It's Partial Credit! - PC080

Live from Iceland - It's Partial Credit! - PC080

Coming to you LIVE from the UTIS 2021 Conference in Iceland, Jesse, Donnie, and a whole bunch of new Icelandic friends host another LIVE episode of the pod.


Coming to you LIVE from the UTIS 2021 Conference in Iceland, Jesse, Donnie, and a whole bunch of new Icelandic friends host another LIVE episode of the pod.  

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Micah Shippee, PhD

CEO and Educator

Micah Shippee, PhD is the Chief Executive Officer of Ready Learner One LLC operating at the intersection of research and practice. As a professor of planned change and innovation, learning theory, and organizational behavior, Micah’s instruction and academic publications focus on the adoption and deployment of new technological innovations in organizations. He is an author, educator, consultant and keynote speaker that focuses on the adoption of innovation through the development of cultures that embrace change. Micah has served as a middle school teacher for over two decades and further supports the educational community in several capacities including as a Lead for the Google Earth Education Experts team, a Google Certified Innovator, and a National Geographic Educator. He is the author of two books: WanderlustEDU: An Educator’s Guide to Innovation, Change, and Adventure and co-author of Reality Bytes: Innovative Learning Using Augmented and Virtual Reality. Micah, and his colleagues at Ready Learner One, design and develop innovative approaches to training and learning which find them leading efforts for the adoption of innovation around the world.

Christine Lion-Bailey

Elementary Principal, Director of Technology & Innovation, Chief Strategy Officer

Christine Lion-Bailey is the Chief Strategy Officer/Founder of Ready Learner One, LLC, a company that specializes in innovative solutions for learning and training both in education and the corporate space. Christine also serves as the Director of Technology & Innovation and an Elementary Principal in Morris Plains, NJ and as a professor of instructional technology at Ramapo College of NJ. Christine sits on the Advisory Board for the Transformative Leadership Program at Pace University- Lubin School of Business. She is the co-author of Reality Bytes: Innovative Learning Using Augmented & Virtual Reality (Jan 2020) and The Esports Education Playbook: Empowering Every Learner Through Inclusive Gaming (Nov 2020). Christine is a national/international keynote and presenter on innovative solutions for learning and training.

Meenu Singh

Learning Experience Designer

Meenu creates experiences and products that help people learn in delightful ways. Meenu teaches at the Stanford d.school’s Teaching and Learning Studio, where she's worked with 400+ university educators and administrators from around the globe. She is part of the core team that designed and is currently implementing the Innovative Teaching Scholars program for professors across 9 leading universities in Thailand. Meenu’s recent work also focuses on bringing design thinking into medical education, including working with educators at Stanford’s School of Medicine and designing a mobile application to improve formative assessment in medical education. In addition to her work in education, Meenu runs a firm where she designs with and coaches government agencies, private companies, and nonprofit organizations seeking to reinvigorate their modes of thinking and doing. Meenu is inspired by the creative potential that exists in you, you, and yes, even you!

Leticia Britos Cavagnaro

Designer | Dots Connector

Leticia is a scientist turned designer. Venturing outside of the biology lab, she found that designing learning experiences was even more rewarding than designing new forms of life. She is the co-founder and co-Director of University Innovation Fellows, a program of the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school), which empowers students at over 350 universities to be co-designers of their education. She teaches Stanford students of all disciplines, as well as corporate and nonprofit leaders, how to build their creative confidence to become engines of innovation in teams and organizations. Leticia has a Ph.D. in Developmental Biology from Stanford's School of Medicine, and is a former member of the Research in Education & Design Lab (REDlab) at Stanford’s School of Education. She has consulted with companies like Google, Citrix, and Microsoft. If she were granted a wish, she would bring her home country of Uruguay a tad closer to San Francisco, California, where she lives with her husband. A teleporter to go back and forth in an instant would do too.

Andrea Strutin

Early Years Director

With over 14 years of teaching experience globally including the United States, South Korea, Norway, and Israel, Andrea’s teaching journey has led her on a path to continuously reimagine the way we learn. As a Reggio-inspired leader and Apple Distinguished Educator, her love for deep pedagogical conversations has driven her to transform learning environments, promote collaboration, integrate technology, and personalize learning. At Walworth Barbor American International School in Israel, Andrea is currently leading her team to set up learning spaces that inspire innovation and inquiry as an Early Years Director.

Natalia LeMoyne

Educator

Natalia LeMoyne is the Coordinator for Educational Technology at the Guilderland Central School District. She's a Google Education Certified Trainer and Innovator, EdTech enthusiast, and bilingual in Spanish and English. Natalia started her teaching journey in Buenos Aires, Argentina as an ELL educator and ultimately found her passion for Edtech while working for the North Carolina Public School system. She holds a Master's Degree in Instructional Technology. She specializes in bridging curriculum with technology through a myriad of methodologies focusing on Task-Based Learning.

Natalia has worked with Google Earth Outreach and National Geographic to create curriculum content for Google Earth. In addition to being part of the Google Earth Education Experts for the North Eastern United States, she is also a member of the Digital Literacy Advisory Committee for the NYS Education Department. Natalia is also an author of several online courses including courses for ISTE U from the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE).

She also offers training for the North Eastern Regional Information Center (NERIC) in Upstate New York, NYSCATE (New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education) throughout New York State and has been a presenter for the EdTech Team Google Summits in Guilderland, NY.

She enjoys Salsa dancing and cooking in her free time.