NCCE

Jane Miller

As characterized by the teachers and administrators she mentors, Jane has boundless enthusiasm when implementing learning sessions. Her depth of knowledge and versatility provides learning to occur and offers a variety of laughs! This depth and expertise has been gleaned over 19 years teaching in K-16 public education as an elementary classroom teacher, Educational Technology Specialist and Coordinator, adjunct faculty for Washington State University, and currently is the Instructional Technology Director for Spokane Public Schools. During this time, she has facilitated for the Gates Foundation Teacher Leadership Project, Microsoft Teaching and Learning Project, Microsoft Peer Coaching, and most importantly the Microsoft Innovative Educator program.  As a connector between sound instructional practice and tools to support it, she has also become a SMART certified trainer. When not advocating for 21st learning environments for students and learning along with her teachers, Jane enjoys wading the rivers as she refines her fly fishing skills. She can even be seen lounging in the woods in her reclining camping chair with her e-reader. Check out the websites she maintains to learn more about her adventures and access the resources she posts on the web: http://www.spokaneschools.org/edtech and http://2ndtues.com 


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