Homewood High School Technology Specialist Teri Nash has been named the new innovation facilitator for Homewood City Schools.
Nash has long term of involvement with instruction, and she has filled in as HHS innovation expert for as far back as 14 years working with HHS and the leading body of training. Nash began her profession at Bottenfield Middle School as an English instructor and joined the Homewood people group as a PC applications educator at HHS. During her time at Homewood High, Nash was named Teacher of the Year.
As a level 1 and 2 Google Certified Educator and an Alabama Technology Integration Coach, Nash has introduced and prepared associations all through the state on the most proficient method to best coordinate various types of innovation in the study hall to give improved learning.
Nash procured her four year certification in schooling from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She holds a graduate degree in educational innovation from the University of Southern Mississippi and informative initiative from Samford University. Nash additionally got her schooling expert degree from UAB.
"It is imperative to coordinate innovation adequately in our study halls," HCS Superintendent Justin Hefner said. "This year, we have all perceived how fundamental innovation is in instruction. As an innovation subject matter expert, Teri has assisted us with extending our assets at Homewood High, and I anticipate her proceeded with authority in our framework as we keep on filling in innovation."
- - Submitted by Merrick Wilson