Stephanie J. Madlinger, Ed. S.

Director of Educational Innovation & METC ISTE Affiliate
EducationPlus (formerly Cooperating School Districts)

Stephanie began her teaching career over 20 years ago. After several years of traditional teaching at a variety of grade levels around the St Louis area, Stephanie became an eMINTS teacher with a state-of-the-art classroom. She taught her students and trained her co-workers how to effectively, and safely use the Internet, and integrate a variety of technology tools into the classroom.  For over a decade now, Stephanie has effectively provided educators, locally, regionally, and nationally with staff development.

Stephanie continues to share her love for learning by teaching 1-1, within a small group, as well as presenting at regional and national conferences. Each session is uniquely developed using online & face-to-face formats. Stephanie enjoys continuing to learn & share through the Internet & Web 2.0 applications. She spends time developing workshops and writing online curriculum, as well as collaborating through social media. 

In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She is usually found at a local venue supporting one of her four teenagers or networking with her friends and colleagues around St. Louis, Missouri.

Contact Information
Skype smadlinger

Certified Elementary Education 1-8 - Univ of MO, Columbia
Certified Secondary Social Studies 4-8 - Univ of MO, Columbia
Certified K-12 Educational Administration - Lindenwood University
Educational Technology Specialist - Univ of MO, Columbia
Educational Leadership (doctorate in progress) - 
William Woods University

St Louis Educational Technology Association (ETA of StL)
Gateway Media Literacy Partners, Executive Board (GMLP)
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) / Advocacy Committee
Midwest Education Technology Community (METC) Advisory / Executive Director
MO DEN Leadership Council
Star DEN member
Missouri Distance Learning Association, Board of Directors (MoDLA)