robin.jpgRobin Ellis is the instructional technology specialist in the Quakertown Community School District in Quakertown, Pennsylvania (located 40 miles north of Philadelphia and 55 miles south of New York City). She has been working in the instructional branch of the technology department for the past 8 years. Her job focuses on working with teachers and students in the classroom on anything that relates to technology and the curriculum. Robin currently maintains the Connecting Through Conversations blog.

draper.jpgDarren Draper is one of five Technology Curriculum Specialists for the Jordan School District in Sandy, Utah (located 15 miles south of Salt Lake City). He has been working with educational technology for the last 10 years and loves technology (when it works). His job also focuses on helping teachers and students to use technology in learning. Darren currently maintains the Drape's Takes blog.

ADEPortrait.jpgKelly Dumont is another of five Technology Curriculum Specialists for Jordan School District and has the privilege of sitting next to Mr. Draper. He has worked with educational technology since the beginning of his teaching career in 1989. He loves working with teachers and helping them to see the value of using technology in the classroom. Kelly podcasts (not often enough) at The Educational Mac and blogs at The Tao of Kel.

Jamie Gustin is the Elementary Technology Coach for Magnolia ISD in Magnolia, Texas (located aboutjamie.JPG 40 miles
Northwest of Houston). He taught elementary school for eleven years and has been a technology coach for six years. He spends much of his time on the elementary campuses in Magnolia helping teachers learn and integrate technology into their lessons and plans district technology training with the other 5 facilitators in the instructional technology department. Jamie currently maintains the Teaching Lions and Gazelles blog.