Holly Holland is an educator in Hillsborough County Public Schools. She has spent over 14 years in classrooms around the county. She feels strongly about making applicable, real world tools and learning available to all educators and students. Holly has developed and supported professional development in her school as well as at the district and state level. She is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert as well as a Skype Master Teacher and Flipgrid Ambassador. She has utilized this type of technology to make presentations and create trainings at multiple conferences and workshops including the Hillsborough county STEM academy, Superior Technology for Teachers (ST4T) and a Microsoft booth talk at Future of Education of Technology (FETC).
Holly holds a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education K-8 from University of South Florida. She completed her final internship at Cahoon Elementary where she later began her career. This was followed by stops at Lake Magdelene Elementary and finally Turner-Bartels K-8 STEM School, where she has spent the last 9 years. Implementing new technology for learning based on current trends has helped her students develop necessary 21st century skills.