Awards of Excellence–Secrets to Success

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Watch T&L advisers and judges for the 2018 AOE awards detail their criteria for selected great edtech for their classrooms in this on-demand webinar.


Kevin Hogan
Content Director
Tech & Learning Magazine

Philip Hintz
Director of Technology
Gurnee School District 56

Phil Hintz has been the Director of Technology for Gurnee School District 56 in Gurnee, Illinois for the past 13 years. His district is an Apple Distinguished Program for the award-winning 1:1 District-wide iPad Initiative and they are members of Digital Promise's League of Innovative Schools.

Frank Pileiro
MAIT, Google for Ed. Certified Trainer
EdTech Innovations

Frank is the Supervisor of Technology for the Linwood Public Schools in Linwood, NJ. He is a Google for Education Certified Trainer and member of Google’s G Suite for Education Experts Group. He speaks at the local, state, and national levels about educational innovation and instructional technology. As an advisor to Tech & Learning and Tech & Learning Leader Magazines, he writes about educational technology and reviews new educational technology products.

Jerri Kemble
Assistant Superintendent, Leading, Learning & Technology
Lawrence Public Schools, Kansas

With over 30 years in education, Jerri Kemble currently serves as Assistant Superintendent of Leading, Learning & Technology for Lawrence Public Schools in Lawrence, Kansas. In 2007, she created the Kansas Online Learning Program in Lost Springs, KS and in 2012 eSchool News named her among the “Top Ten Tech Savvy Superintendents in the Nation”. With her move to Lawrence Public Schools in 2013, Kemble supported the district-wide blended learning initiative and led a 1:1 device roll-out at all middle and high schools.

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To learn more about Tech&Learning's Awards of Excellence as well as Best of Show at ISTE and Best of Show at TCEA awards programs, please visit Tech & Learning Awards Programs.