April 13, 2020

The Power of Positive Physical Distancing - PC050

The Power of Positive Physical Distancing - PC050

Natasha Rachell talks about her work as a Digital Learning Specialist.


Natasha Rachell is a Science Teacher, turned Math and Science Transition to Teaching Coach, turned Professional Learning Coach, turned Educational Technology Specialist, turned Science Digital Learning Specialist!

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Segment 1: Natasha Rachell

  • Google Certified Innovator/Trainer
  • Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert/Surface Expert
  • Our Voice Academy Cohort 1
  • Science Digital Learning Specialist

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Segment 2: Upside of Building a Plane While Flying

Segment 3: Staying Sane?

  • Stories we will tell our grandkids about the quarantine. . .

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Natasha Rachell, EdD

Digital Learning Specialist

Dr. Natasha Rachell, a passionate educator, is an alternatively certified high school science teacher turned edtech enthusiast, currently serving as a Digital Learning Specialist in the Metro Atlanta area! Natasha has immersed herself into the instructional technology space and has earned several certifications, awards and accomplishments, some of which include: Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, Google Certified Innovator (#LAX18) and Trainer, Apple Teacher, Flipgrid Ambassador, Buncee Ambassador, and Adobe Creative Educator (to name a few!). Natasha was selected to take part in the first cohort of Our Voice Academy, a group of minority educational technology leaders from across the nation. Natasha has presented at both the local and national levels and is passionate about working with educators to remember their "why" and the importance of teacher self-care. Natasha is also one of the co-authors of The Microsoft Infused Classroom book and one of the co-creators of the Minecraft Good Trouble lessons. She is ecstatic to lead the work as we transition into 21st century classrooms through blended learning opportunities, professional learning for instructional technology and digitally connected classrooms!