Using Technology and Social Media to Document Student Learning Outcomes


Using Technology and Social Media to Document Student Learning Outcomes
Tuesday, June 13, 2017 | 7 - 8 pm ET
FREE for NAEA Members; $49 for non-members

Join classroom art educators and members of the NAEA Professional Learning through Research Working Group as they share practical examples for using technology to document student learning outcomes. Discover how to successfully implement digital apps such as Kahoot and SeeSaw, social media apps such as Instagram, and digital portfolio platforms into K-16 classrooms. 

Drew Brown

Art Educator

Drew Brown is an art educator in Roswell, Georgia where she spent nine years at Sweet Apple Elementary. Currently in transition from the elementary to secondary level, she will soon join the staff of Milton High School. Previously, Drew served as Associate Curator for Education Services at the Morris Museum of Art. She has taught for Richmond County Schools and Gwinnett County Schools in Georgia and has served as an adjunct professor at Georgia State University, Augusta State University, and Kennesaw State. She is Past President of the Georgia Art Education Association and was named 2015 NAEA National Elementary Art Educator. She earned her PhD from the University of Georgia in 2015.


Kristi Oliver

Assistant Professor of Art Education

Kristi Oliver is Assistant Professor of Art Education at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. She is currently a PhD candidate in Educational Studies at Lesley University, where her dissertation research focuses on 21st century art education, contemporary photography, and the creative process. Kristi was awarded the Massachusetts Art Educator of the Year and the Secondary Art Educator of the Year by the Massachusetts Art Education Association (MAEA) and was also honored as an Outstanding Arts Advocate in Art Education by Arts|Learning. Kristi has also served as President of MAEA.

Susan Silva

Photography Instructor, NBCT

Susan Silva, NBCT, is a Photography teacher at Oakton High School in Vienna, VA. She is the Secondary Division representative on the Professional Learning through Research Committee (PLR). Additionally, she is currently working as a fellow on the "Engaging the Arts and Museums with the World in Mind" project that is being funded by the Longview Foundation and directed by the Professional Development Collaborative at Washington International School. Susan has been an art educator for over twenty years, earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts from West Virginia University and her Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. 

Heather Temske

Art Educator

Heather Temske has been an educator in Georgia for more than 20 years. She has predominately taught core subjects at the upper elementary level, but has also held positions focusing on technology integration. Serving as the Instructional Technology Coach for Sweet Apple Elementary, she supported classrooms and teachers as the school focused on meaningful integration of instructional technology. Additionally, she coordinated professional learning for school staff. Heather loves teaching and sharing innovative ways to engage students in learning.

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