When teachers and students participate in global learning opportunities with other teachers and students they learn so much! Teachers have told us this is the best professional development they have been a part of. Teachers can engage in this pd from anywhere in the world. Students also had a blast participating in EdChange Global Classrooms. When students prepare for a presentation for their teacher or fellow classmates, they do an ok job. But, when they are preparing to deliver a presentation to a global audience, they knock it out of the park! Come learn how you and your students can be a part of the next EdChange Global events.
Debra Reymundo Atchison
Debra Reymundo Atchison has been in the educational technology field for 25+ years.
She earned her Master’s degree online in Educational Technology from Pepperdine University in 1999. Since this time, she has taken her technology training skills out of the public schools and into the rest of the world. She has worked as an international trainer, training in countries such as Tanzania, Africa, Ukraine, Croatia, Turkey, and Austria.She has led large school districts to numerous successes in technology through her school, district and state technology leadership positions.
Debra has taught technology applications on a college level and has even been the personal home-school teacher for comedian Eddie Murphy’s own children. Mrs. Atchison has vast experience in online learning as well. She has written, designed and even taught online courses for continued learning credit and collegiate environments.
Debra’s enthusiastic, patient and interactive approach to professional development leaves educators not only with new skills, but also motivation, excitement, and passion for implementing technology best practices into their curriculum as soon as they return to their classroom. Debra is a Google for Education Certified Trainer and Google Apps Certified Administrator. She is also the co-founder of EdCamp Global and EdCamp Global Classrooms. Both are 24-hour online learning experiences for teachers and students around the world with over 2,200 classrooms from 60 countries participating.