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Alice Christie

ASU
President's Professor Emeritus
Flagstaff, Arizona
Dr. Alice A. Christie, Arizona State University President’s Professor Emeritus, received her Ph.D. in Educational Technology and Language and Literacy from Arizona State University in 1995. She served in the College of Teacher Education and Leadership at Arizona State University from 1995 until her recent retirement. Prior to this, she taught for twenty-five years in K-12 schools. She speaks and conducts workshops nationally and internationally on how technology can enhance teaching and learning. Dr. Christie’s workshops are proven to engage, challenge, and invigorate participating teachers. With over forty-five years of experience as an educator, numerous awards for teaching excellence, vast knowledge of how to integrate technology in teaching and learning, and an internationally acclaimed Web site, Dr. Alice Christie presents enlightening, empowering, and relevant workshops to K-12 educators. Her humor, high energy, ability to inspire teachers, and her deep understanding of the learning process make her an indispensable workshop facilitator for K-12 schools seeking to integrate technology, improve instructional strategies, and student learning.

My Speakers Sessions

Thursday, June 22
 

2:00pm MST

Google Forms: Digital-Age Teachers’ Most Essential Tool Twin Arrows (B)

3:15pm MST