Two Hoover teachers named PBS Digital Innovators
Published 4:33 pm Monday, July 11, 2016
FROM STAFF REPORTS
HOOVER – Vincent Chiaramonte (Computer Science, R.F. Bumpus Middle School) and Carol McLaughlin (second grade, Greystone Elementary School) have been named Alabama PBS Digital Innovators for 2016.
PBS recently named its annual slate of Digital Innovators, tech-savvy educators who will serve as ambassadors for integrating best practices in digital learning in their classrooms, according to a Hoover City Schools press release.
In conjunction with their awards, Chiaramonte and McLaughlin will receive one year of free professional development from PBS.
Additionally, one educator from every U.S. state and territory was named a Lead Digital Innovator, and will represent their state or territory at the PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator Summit in Denver at the 2016 ISTE conference.
For a full list of the 2016 PBS Digital Innovators, visit Pbslearningmedia.org/digitalinnovators/.