Educators Honored by President Obama as “Champions of Change”
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November 24, 2013 By:
President Obama has honored two International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE® ) members as “Champions of Change.” In a special ceremony at the White House, Bud Hunt, instructional technologist at the St. Vrain Valley School District in Fort Collins, Colo., and Todd Nesloney, fifth grade teacher at Fields Store Elementary in Brenham, Texas, were recognized for the creative ways that they use technology to enhance learning for their students.
Bud Hunt, Instructional Technologist, Vrain Valley School District
Fort Collins, Colo.
Bud Hunt is an instructional technologist for the St. Vrain Valley School District, where he works with a strong team of educators and technologists who share a vision of creating environments that support innovative teaching and learning.
Todd Nesloney, Fifth Grade Teacher, Fields Store Elementary
Todd Nesloney is a fifth grade teacher at Fields Store Elementary in Waller, Texas. Among other honors, he is a National School Boards Association “20 to Watch” for 2013, Center for Digital Education “Top 40 Innovators in Education” for 2013, and a Flipped Classroom Certification Instructor for Sophia.org. Nesloney is co-founder of The 3 Tech Ninjas education technology training company, the author of children’s book “Spruce & Lucy,” co-author of “Flipping 2.0”, and the co-host of the education podcast series “EduAllStars.”