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1. Introduce yourself, who are you what do you do? Hello, I am Patricia Brown and I am an elementary technology specialist in St. Louis Missouri. I work with teachers in helping them integrate technology in their classroom. I am also keynote speaker, trainer, and facilitator of technology workshops. I work with various organizations helping to educate students, teachers, and parents about the possibilities through STEM. In my spare time I love to travel, and I have a tshirt business! My husband and I have been married for 18 years, and we have 5 boys! 2. How did you arrive at this career (or point in your life/work)? Was it always something you knew you wanted to do? I never knew that I wanted to be a teacher, but something clicked around my Junior year in college, and I realized how much I wanted to make a positive impact on the next generation. I was always a techie, and I now have a dream job bridging technology and education. 3. What about your job makes you jump out of bed in the morning, especially on those cold, dark mornings? I love seeing the excitement on students faces when they know they are going to get the opportunity to learn through technology. I enjoy the daily grind of sharing resources, and collaborating with teachers to show them ways to engage students through technology. This just never gets old. It’s always something new to learn and share with others, 4. What is your personal cure for stress or how do you raise your spirits in times of doubt? Can you share a Story? I usually take a breather which could mean a girls trip, or just some me time at the nail spa, or salon. When in doubt, I try to focus on the positive things in my life, and not the negative. I always try to encourage myself by speaking positive affirmations daily. One I say often- I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me! 5. Who is your role model? If no one, any thoughts on this? My role model is my mom. She was a 2nd grade teacher for many years, and also an amazing wife and mother of 4. She always put others before herself. She is kind, and always knows the right thing to say. 6. What advice would you give to yourself if you could go back in time? If I could go back in time I would tell myself, Keep pushing girl! You got this! 7. Top 3 tips for girls starting out in STEM? Try it! Don’t give up even when you don’t get it the first time. Be creative! 8. How do you measure your success? I measure my success by my own happiness, and the happiness of those around me that I love. 9. Where can we find out more about your work? You can visit my website at msedtechie.com or follow me on social media at @msedtechie 10. Are you social? Will you share your Twitter handle, or LinkedIn profile, or Facebook so that young women can connect with you? Twitter:  @msedtechie Instagram:  @msedtechie  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/msedtechie/
1. Introduce yourself, who are you what do you do? Bonnie Nieves, I am a high school Biology teacher. 2. How did you arrive at this career (or point in your life/work)? Was it always something you knew you wanted to do? Although I always wanted to be a teacher, I studied to be a Biologist. I worked in a lab studying proteins after getting my degree but was lonely in the lab working mostly independently. Some people really like the autonomy but I love talking to people. I became a teacher and now I talk to people all day! 3. What about your job makes you jump out of bed in the morning, especially on those cold, dark mornings? I always have a plan for tomorrow. I make sure that it is going to be interesting and informative. I have fun doing the activities and helping kids. 4. What is your personal cure for stress or how do you raise your spirits in times of doubt? Can you share a Story? I run outside and take my dog for long walks. This helps me refocus and ensures that I am following my passion. If I need to change direction then I ask a friend for advice. 5. Who is your role model? If no one, any thoughts on this? My Grandmother was born in the 1930’s she was the first girl in our family to graduate HS and the first to go to post secondary school (I was the second) She was always straight forward and found time to enjoy life. 6. What advice would you give to yourself if you could go back in time? Remember that you have a purpose. Appreciate every failure and make sure you learn from them. 7. Top 3 tips for girls starting out in STEM? Don’t be shy- ask questions Reach out to professionals, they always want to help. Sometimes they just have limited time. Follow your dreams never underestimate yourself. 8. How do you measure your success? By my happiness and amount of time I have to spend doing things that I love. 9. Where can we find out more about your work? I have a blog that I do not update as often as some people (I choose to spend my blogging time with family). I am writing a book about teaching that will be out next summer. I tweet LOTS! 10. Are you social? Will you share your Twitter handle, or LinkedIn profile, or Facebook so that young women can connect with you? Find me on Twitter @biologygoddess And Voxer @bonnienieves
1. Introduce yourself, who are you what do you do? My name is Monica Burns. I am a former NYC public school teacher and EdTech & Curriculum Consultant. I run the blog classtechtips.com, host the Easy EdTech Podcast, and have written several books on educational technology. 2. How did you arrive at this career (or point in your life/work)? Was it always something you knew you wanted to do? After working as a classroom teacher, I started leading professional development for teachers. I love working in classrooms and excited to still have the opportunity to work with students on a regular basis. 3. What about your job makes you jump out of bed in the morning, especially on those cold, dark mornings? I love connecting with other educators and sharing ideas related to EdTech. 4. What is your personal cure for stress or how do you raise your spirits in times of doubt? Can you share a Story? My network of fellow educators has definitely helped moments of self-doubt or questioning the direction of my work. I’ve been very lucky to have met so many passionate educators who do similar work as I do the past few years. 5. Who is your role model? If no one, any thoughts on this? My mother was a high school teacher for many years and taught me so much about valuing my professional community. 6. What advice would you give to yourself if you could go back in time? I would take more pictures! Bulletin boards, exemplars, you name it. Now taking pictures happens every moment of the day but in the past I wasn’t snapping like I am today. 7. Top 3 tips for girls starting out in STEM? Anyone starting STEM can set a purpose for their learning such as solving a problem find a community of other students excited about STEM share what they are learning with others. 8. How do you measure your success? As a professional development provider, I am always looking to see if my message is resonating and brought into everyday teaching and learning. 9. Where can we find out more about your work? I share new blog posts each week on my website ClassTechTips.com . This is also where you can find my new podcast, the Easy EdTech Podcast. 10. Are you social? Will you share your Twitter handle, or LinkedIn profile, or Facebook so that young women can connect with you? I would love to connect, and my social handle is @classtechtips Email: monica@classtechtips.com Twitter: @ClassTechTips Facebook: ClassTechTips Instagram: @ClassTechTips Pinterest: ClassTechTips YouTube: ClassTechTips  
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