AMLE Office Hours: Checking in on Remote Learning Strategies
Presenters: David Hayward and Stephanie Howell

David Hayward and Stephanie Howell, Instructional Technology Coordinators in Pickerington Local Schools moderate a Q&A session on the successes and challenges of transitioning from a face to face classroom to a remote learning environment during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Checking in on Remote Learning Strategies

David Hayward
David Hayward has spent more than 25 years sharing his passion for education and technology, inspiring educators to integrate educational pedagogy with technology tools. He started his teaching career in Toledo Public schools and now spends his days working as an Instructional Technology Coordinator of Junior High schools in Pickerington Local Schools. He is honored to be part of a team at Pickerington who received ISTE’s 2018 Distinguished District Award for their work implementing the 2nd largest 1:1 initiative in Ohio. Additionally, David is extremely proud to be an AMLE faculty member at the Leadership Institute and Annual conference.
Stephanie Howell
Stephanie has been working in Pickerington Schools since 2014. She is currently the Middle School Instructional Technology Coordinator for Pickerington Schools. She has taught special education in 5th grade, has worked as an Independent Provider for individuals with Special Needs and as an One-On-One Aide. She enjoys working with staff and students to increase the use of instructional technology. Stephanie has spoken at conferences such as PLSD Innovation conference, ISTE, ITIP and OETC and her most recent achievements are being apart of the team named ISTE’s Distinguished District, WOSU Leadership Award, a Google Innovator, and PLSD’s Innovative Leader award. Stephanie has a masters in Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Leadership.