Natalie O’Neil is a veteran classroom teacher, Technology Coordinator, undergraduate and graduate adjunct professor, Google Certified Teacher, and authorized Google Education Trainer. She has presented at various conferences nationwide, including GAFE summits, CEL/NCTE, NWP, FETC, and has led numerous professional training workshops on the effective integration of technology for educators and administrators of K-20 & Higher Ed. She is passionate about making learning meaningful, and strives to provide authentic learning experiences that encourage innovation.  She is a Google Certified Teacher and Google Education Trainer.

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