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About Chanel Johnson

Chanel Johnson is a STEM Program Specialist with Fulton County Schools. Additionally, she serves as one of the leaders on the Fulton County Schools' Vanguard Team. She leads at least 18 schools in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. More importantly, she shows them how they can integrate technology with effective instructional strategies and often leads to professional development around understanding content, and pedagogy. Furthermore, Chanel works as a district coach to help teachers and schools to see how they can use technology in more transformative ways and how to "Teach to Reach".  She is an ASCD 2019 Emerging Leader, OVA (Our Voice Academy) Cohort 4, Ambassador for many programs such as Flipgrid, Nearpod, Discovery Education, MIE, just to name a few. Chanel is a Co-Author to the Book "The Gylfriend Code": The Sorority Edition where she talks about her experiences as a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Inc and how it led her to the "Discovery Code". She has conducted several professional developments in training coaches, educators, and instructional leaders. She has presented at ISTE, NSTA, Multiple Twitter Chats and at the Georgia Educational Technology Conference.   

Show Highlights

  • Who is Chanel Johnson
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching in Science
  • Learning from experiences as a student
  • Using technology to find resources for the classroom
  • Flipgrid in the classroom

Connect with Chanel

Twitter: @DC_STEMtastic

IG: @DC_STEMtastic

[email protected]

Additional Resources

The Gyrlfriend Code: Volume 1

Toward a Theory of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

Becoming A Culturally relevant Science educator

CRT ( culturally responsive teaching strategies) Why Focus on Cultural Competence

Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins

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