Influential People

On this page we will list influential people within the world of educational technology.

Tom Whitby
Tom is an established author and blogger within the world of educational technology. He is the founder of #Edchat on Twitter, EDU PLN, Edchat Radio and 6 LinkedIn EDU groups.
For more information on Tom visit his Twitter account @ https://twitter.com/tomwhitby or his personal website @ http://tomwhitby.wordpress.com/

Eric Sheninger
Eric has held positions as Principal and Vice Principal prior to becoming a Director of Technology and Innovation. Eric is an established author and blogger within the world of education. Eric also speaks on the lecture circuit about educational technology.
For more information on Eric visit his Twitter account @ https://twitter.com/E_Sheninger or his personal website @ http://ericsheninger.com/

Dr. Howie DiBlasi
Dr. Howie is a technology consultant known for his professional development and workshop presentations pertaining to educational technology. Here at FAAET we first met Dr. Howie through his role as a Simple K12 Teacher Learning Community presenter. We are pleased to note that Dr. Howie also is a guest blogger for us.
For more information on Dr. Howie check out his Twitter account @ https://twitter.com/hdiblasi or his personal website @ http://www.drhowie.com/

Kimberly Munoz
Kimberly is an instructional technologist known for her passion for all things educational technology. She is an avid educational technology blogger too. Here at FAAET we first met Kimberly through her role as a Simple K12 Teacher Learning Community presenter. We are pleased to note that Kimberly also is a guest blogger for us.
For more information on Kimberly check out her Twitter account @ https://twitter.com/techmunoz or her personal website @ http://about.me/kmunoz

Eva Harvell
Eva is a technology integration specialist known for her enthusiasm for educational technology. She is an avid blogger who has received numerous leadership awards. Here at FAAET we first met Eva through her role as a Simple K12 Teacher Learning Community presenter. We are pleased to note that Eva also is a guest blogger for us.
For more information on Eva check out her Twitter account @ https://twitter.com/techie_teach or her personal website @ http://techieteacherthoughts.blogspot.com/

Sarah Jane Thomas
Sarah is best known as an educational technology liaison and a proponent of edcamp. She is an active presenter within the field of education too. We are pleased to note that Sarah also is a guest blogger for us.
For more information on Sarah check out her Twitter account @ https://twitter.com/sarahdateechur or her personal website @ http://www.sarahjanethomas.com/