Kasey Bell
Kasey Bell is a digital learning consultant with a passion for technology and learning. Kasey offers engaging staff development for all levels of educators, specializing in digital learning presentations and keynote speaking engagements. As a Google Certified Innovator, Google Certified Trainer, Amazon Education Thought Leader, and Samsung Influencer, she has led presentations across the US. Kasey was the recipient of the 2015 DILA, “Sharing is Caring” award given by EdSurge and Digital Promise. She has also been recognized as a Top Ten EdTech and e-learning Influencer, and the TrustED Top 20. Kasey’s blog, www.ShakeUpLearning.com, has also won many blogging awards and recognitions and has become a go-to for edtech tips. 

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Matt Miller
Matt Miller is a teacher, blogger and presenter from West Central Indiana. He has infused technology and innovative teaching methods in his classes for more than 10 years. He is the author of the book Ditch That Textbook: Free Your Teaching and Revolutionize Your Classroom and writes at the Ditch That Textbook blog about using technology and creative ideas in teaching. He is a Google Certified Innovator (Austin ’14), a PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, a Bammy! Awards nominee, and winner of the WTHI-TV Golden Apple Award.

After trying to do the traditional “teach by the textbook” for a few years, he launched into a textbook-less path where learning activities were often custom-produced for his students as well as infused with technology. He likes the results a lot, and his students do, too.Matt has presented to thousands of teachers at dozens of workshops on a number of topics related to educational technology, world language instruction and more. He combines a conversational, engaging speaking style with loads of resources, leaving teachers equipped and inspired to move forward.

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Mike Patterson
Mike Patterson is a K-12 Education Strategist who works collaboratively with district stakeholders throughout the U.S. helping schools move forward in the modern era of teaching & learning. He prioritizes planning around the “Why”, “What” and “How” when it comes to curriculum and pedagogy, high-access devices, interactive technology and collaborative learning spaces for schools. 

After having spent a decade as an educator in Illinois as a Business & Technology Teacher, a part time administrator, a School Improvement Committee Chair and Technology Committee Chair, Mike brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and resources to every conversation. He has received recognition for his work in schools from a variety of organizations and continues to push the “what’s next” conversation across the country. All of the work that he does is driven by one very simple goal, to help schools prepare our students for their future and not our past. 
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