Greta Sandler is a Learning Innovation Leader at Belgrano Day School in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is passionate about creating safe learning environments and empowering learners by giving them a voice and choice in their education, nurturing their creativity, and prioritizing their social-emotional well-being. Greta is an ISTE Certified Educator and a Google Certified Trainer who advocates for agile, student-centered classrooms and project-based learning. She aligns projects with the UN's SDGs, empowering students to become agents of social change. As an ISTE Community Leader, Greta enjoys working alongside educators worldwide, exchanging ideas, and empowering teachers everywhere to elevate their practice.
Dr. Kaylah Holland is passionate about empowering educators through professional development, one on one coaching, and innovative lesson design. She holds a Doctorate of Education in Instructional Design and Technology with extensive research in active learning environments. She has spent years empowering educators and championing student-centered classrooms. She is a Google Certified Innovator, Trainer, & Coach, a college professor, an ISTE Community Leader, and was presented the “20 to Watch” award by ISTE in 2022. Kaylah is the Director of Instructional Technology and Blended Learning for BreakFree Education and works to empower educators to foster innovative, sustainable, and active educational environments inside juvenile justice facilities across the United States. She is also the founder of Go Teach Be Love, a nonprofit providing professional development to educators in Haiti.
Alefiya Master is an educator turned entrepreneur and the founder & CEO of the award-winning app development program, MAD-learn. She believes that enabling students to have passion-driven career choices should be a key focus for schools. She knows the critical role of education in workforce development, the need to have ALL kids learn to think & create for themselves and be exposed to technology creation, not just consumption.
Dr. Julene Reed is an international consultant, presenter, researcher, instructional designer, instructional coach, and education author with over twenty–five years of experience in K-12 education. Julene holds a doctorate in educational leadership with a focus on global education. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator, Apple Teacher, Google for Education Certified Trainer and Innovator, Google Earth Education Expert, Adobe Certified Educator, Adobe Certified Educator, and Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and Trainer. Julene has traveled globally as an Advisory Council member of Dr. Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots and Polar Bears International’s Tundra Connections program.
Julene has recently led webinars and multiple events on the use of generative AI and ChatGPT (and other chatbots) in education, focusing on how these technologies can provide innovative strategies for teaching and learning and streamline workflows. Maximizing the application and use of AI and ChatGPT, navigating the benefits and concerns for these technologies (including copyright and ethics), building digital citizenship and digital literacy skills, and assuring our students are prepared for today’s world and their futures are all important topics that are relevant in her work with generative AI.
Julene serves as an adjunct professor in Lamar University’s Digital Learning and Leading program, a co-instructor with Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College. She is currently developing graduate courses for Abilene Christian University, Dallas.