Meet the ScreenBeam Education Experts
ScreenBeam Experts are a community of education professionals who are dedicated to helping other educators transform their classrooms into agile, interactive learning spaces with ScreenBeam wireless display. Our Experts speak from their own experiences and are eager to share how ScreenBeam sparks more collaboration and helps them connect with students anywhere in the classroom.
Impactful ScreenBeam Experiences
Our Experts are equipped with strong educational theory and pedagogy combined with lots of ScreenBeam-enabled real-world experiences and applications. Thus are well prepared to offer solid examples of what ScreenBeam wireless display and orchestration solutions can accomplish in the classroom to improve communication and collaboration between teacher and students for better learning outcomes.
Port Dover, Canada
Joe is a Grade 5/6 Teacher at Lakewood Elementary School. He uses ScreenBeam to help keep his students on task. One of his goals is to inspire others to be lifelong learners.
Andrea is a Microsoft Imagine Academy Educator at Greeneville Middle School. ScreenBeam helps her create student-led learning activities. Her students love to see their work on the class display.
Renee teaches 7th grade math at Renton Prep. ScreenBeam gives her the flexibility to present lessons anywhere in the room while helping students at the same time. She loves to use ScreenBeam with OneNote and Minecraft.
Kelli is the Teaching and Learning Resources Director at St. Paul's Episcopal School. Using ScreenBeam helps Kelli create student-centered classrooms, enhances the flow of class discussions, and improves efficiency.
St Petersburg, Florida
Jessie teaches 6th grade math at Tyrone Middle School. She focuses on personalized learning and found ScreenBeam to be a game changer. She is passionate bettering herself and her students.
Byron Center, Michigan
David Prindle is a science teacher at Byron Center High School. ScreenBeam enables him to help students individually as others follow along on the class display. He uses ScreenBeam to guide students toward independent thinking.
Morristown, New Jersey
Dr. Friedlander is a special education professor at College of St. Elizabeth. With ScreenBeam, he loves the convenience of connecting his computer to the projector wirelessly. He carries ScreenBeam in his briefcase because it’s an essential tool.
Dean Vendramin is a math and science teacher at Archbishop M.C. O’Neill Catholic High School. With ScreenBeam, Dean loves to share feedback from anywhere in the room. ScreenBeam also enables him to address student voice more effectively and efficiently.
Tammy is a 5th grade teacher in Lincoln Elementary School. With ScreenBeam, Tammy teaches anywhere in the room without being tied down to cables. She loves using ScreenBeam to model effective technology integration to her students and fellow teachers.
Alex is an education technology coach for Kennesaw State University and Bear Creek Middle School. She loves using ScreenBeam to untether teachers from their desk. She has also found that ScreenBeam increases student engagement and improves classroom management.
Adam is a Microsoft Learning Consultant whose mission is to empower teachers to improve student achievement using various edtech tools. Through ScreenBeam, he helps teachers enhance personalized learning and student-led learning.
Lake Charles, Louisiana
Melanie is the Technology Integration Coach and Librarian at St. Louis Catholic High School. The best part of her job is getting others excited about learning. She enjoys teaching others how to integrate ScreenBeam to the fullest extent.
Vincent teaches technology and English at a secondary school, Jeunes sans frontières. With ScreenBeam, he easily engages students while presenting lessons anywhere in the room. He also appreciates how ScreenBeam eliminates tripping over cords.
Seth is an Education Technology Specialist at Pearland Independent School District. He enjoys training educators how to get the most out of their ScreenBeam and Windows 10 tablets. When he's at conferences, he loves to present wirelessly with ScreenBeam.
Jennifer is the Coordinator of Professional Development at Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE). During her training workshops, she always uses ScreenBeam. She enjoys sharing how ScreenBeam untethers teachers from cables to work more freely and expand learning.
Becky is the Director of Content and Professional Learning at insight2education (i2e). ScreenBeam helps Becky connect with her students more easily. Her students are able to share their work right from their desk, creating a culture of respect and community.
Trevor teaches at Regina Public Schools. He loves how ScreenBeam creates active learning spaces and takes collaboration to a whole new level. He also likes to use ScreenBeam with Lifeliqe, Skype, and Zoom.
San Antonio, Texas
Miguel is the Technology Director at Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA). With ScreenBeam, he loves to show educators and administrators the power of being untethered from projector cables. He appreciates the fact that ScreenBeam is reliable and cost effective.
Andre is the Department Head of Business, Social Studies, and Experiential Learning with the Greater Essex County District School Board. He is a strong advocate of using ScreenBeam with Windows 10. He likes the security features included in ScreenBeam, and enjoys using Office 365 apps like OneNote with ScreenBeam.
Kristine teaches at Peel District School Board and is a lifelong learner who has a passion for science and technology. She loves how ScreenBeam provides a new level of agility in her classroom and hopes to inspire other educators to use ScreenBeam to engage in 21st century learning.
Old Bridge, New Jersey
James is a social studies teacher at Jonas Salk Middle School. ScreenBeam gives him a new level of mobility to work with students and display lessons at the same time. He enjoys integrating ScreenBeam with OneNote so that he and his students can easily share their learning.
Jeff is the Technology Coordinator at Brinnon School District. ScreenBeam changes the way he teaches and presents. He loves the new level of mobility because he can share content and help students at the same time. He has a ScreenBeam in his classroom, and another ScreenBeam for travel.
Ventnor, New Jersey
Alison is the Every Student Success Act (ESSA) Coordinator at Ventnor City Public Schools. Her passion is technology integration and moving paperless. ScreenBeam and Microsoft technologies enable her students and staff to be immersed in the digital world.
Michelle is an Education Technology Specialist at Miami-Dade County Public Schools. She uses ScreenBeam to make presentations engaging and collaborative. She loves to use ScreenBeam with Nearpod because she can help her students while delivering content.
Nicole is a 5th grade teacher at Hillsborough County Public Schools. ScreenBeam gives her the freedom to move around the classroom. Gone are the days of being forced to be in the front of the room. She and her students love to easily connect to a display and share their work.
Megan is a 5th grade educator who teaches at Hillsborough County Public Schools. ScreenBeam makes it easier for her and her students to share their discoveries with each other. Megan loves to use ScreenBeam with OneNote lessons, and she a passion to continue fueling a love of learning in her students.
Jeremy teaches English and assists with technology at Bowling Green High School. He has found that pairing ScreenBeam with touchscreen displays allows for true interaction at a fraction of the price. ScreenBeam gives students, especially the more reserved ones, the flexibility to share their work right from their seat.
Brittnie is a Microsoft Learning Consultant and technology training specialist in Arizona. Brittnie loves all things Microsoft. She loves to show the edtech community how ScreenBeam enhances the Windows 10 experience and creates classroom agility.
Amanda is a 4th and 5th grade teacher at Hillsborough County Public Schools. With a passion for technology integration and STEM, she is obtaining her Masters degree in Instructional Technology and Design from the University of South Florida. She hopes to continue inspiring others to add ScreenBeam into classrooms.
Summer is a math teacher and digital coach at Tecumseh Junior High School. She loves how ScreenBeam makes it easy to wirelessly connect her computer to the display. She is impressed that ScreenBeam does not require an internet connection and is eager to share the power of ScreenBeam to the edtech community.
Tracey is an active member of the Microsoft Education Community. With ScreenBeam, she loves being able to teach other educators how to work smart and effortlessly. As a ScreenBeam Expert, she is eager to make a big difference in the education.
Kelly is the Business Instructor at DeWitt High School and a Microsoft Innovative Education Trainer at NCCE. She uses ScreenBeam because it allows for a better presence when she teaches or provides training sessions. She is eager to share the power of ScreenBeam to classroom teachers and tech trainers.
Mendi teaches psychology at DeLand High School in Volusia County School District. She is part of a collaborative digital learning pilot and loves how ScreenBeam is so easy to use. She enjoys sharing with others how to integrate ScreenBeam into their classrooms.
Lorena is an Education Technology Specialist at Pearland Independent School District. With ScreenBeam, she loves to help educators and administrators transform a classroom from a boring lecture into a collaborative learning space where students have a voice.
Fort Myers, Florida
Dan Trembley is an IT Instructor at Dunbar High School in Lee County School District. When Dan's teaching, ScreenBeam makes it easy for him to share content from his Surface tablet to the classroom display. He appreciates how ScreenBeam does not require a Wi-Fi network.