Dealing with Bullying & Harassment Effectively

How To Deal with Bullying & Harassment with host Brian Romero Smith @1to1Brian

Sunday, December 4th at 8pm Central

Brian Smith is currently a 1:1 Technology Learning Coach in Fort Worth ISD with the responsibility of providing personalized PD and digital culture changing opportunities for teachers and administrators in regards to technology integration within the learning Environment. He is also responsible for providing support for schools in the area of digital equity by providing equal access and learning opportunities for all students. He has developed Student Tech Squads and Innovation Leadership Committees with the emphasis on providing a opportunities for students to Create, Collaborate, Communicate Critically Think and Change their current educational environments in several districts.

Brian is a Common Sense Education Ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, and an Alpha Squirrel Ambassadors all fueling his passion to Meet Student Where they are while providing Relevant Digital Citizenship opportunities through the Student Voice platforms and Real-World experiences. Brian is in his 19th year as an educator, holding a Bachelor’s in Education from the University of Missouri and a Master’s in Education Media Design and Technology from Full Sail University.

Brian is most importantly the proud father of 4 wonderful, technology savvy, athletically active, artistically minded kiddos (2 girls and 2 boys) and a faithful husband of 1 loving wife.

Connect or follow Brian on Twitter at @1to1Brian


Got Inquiry?

Got Inquiry? with host @raspberryberet3

Sunday, November 13th at 8pm Central

Shelly Vohra is a passionate and dedicated educator with 15 years of classroom experience.



She has taught at both the elementary and middle school levels and with a focus on literacy, numeracy, science, and technology. Shelly is committed to teaching students to be agents of change through thoughtful and critical reflection by examining important issues through big ideas and essential open ended questions. She is an advocate for issues related to social justice and equity and encourages educators to embed these issues in their classroom practice. Shelly is currently an Instructional Coach for her school district; working collaboratively with classroom teachers to support student learning. She is also a Mathematics instructor for Brock University.

Shelly recently completed her PhD in Educational Technology, with a focus on social media in the classroom. She has presented at numerous conferences, written online courses for continuing education, and co-created , . Shelly is currently working on a book proposal on the topic of inquiry in the classroom with a social justice lens. You can follow her on Twitter and her blog at

Global Education #GlobalEd

Join @MrsMorgansClass for a discussion on Global Education

Sunday, November 6th at 8pm Central



Louise Morgan is an Integration Technologist at STEAM Middle School in Burleson, TX. She facilitates learning and innovation in the Makerspace, teaches computer literacy, and manages the print and digital library.  She also supports teachers and staff with tech integration in a 1:1 learning environment.

Louise is a global educator who co-managed the Global Classroom Project from 2011-2013 and presented at the Global Education Summit at ISTE 2013 and 2014. She can be contacted at:

Twitter @mrsmorgansclass

Instagram mrsmorgansclass

FB  Mrs. Morgan’s Tech Page

Blog  www.frugalteacher.com



Humanizing Online and Blended Learning Environments

Join @maha9313 for a discussion on #txeduchat

Sunday, October 30th at 8pm Central




Maha Al-Freih is a lecturer of Educational Technology at Princess Nora University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She received her B.S. in Computer Science from King Saud University, Riyadh and her M.A. in Teaching and Learning with Technology from Santa Clara University, CA.  During her time in Saudi Arabia, she provided technology training for the Institute of Banking and Alyamama University as well as faculty training workshops on the integration of social media in teaching and learning at Princess Nora University. In addition to teaching and technology training, she has participated in a number of national and international conferences.

Maha Al-Freih is currently a PhD candidate in Learning Technologies Design Research with an emphasis in Instructional Systems Design at George Mason University, VA where she also works as a graduate research assistant. Her primary research interests include learners’ engagement and persistence in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Personal Learning Environments (PLEs), Self-Regulated Learning (SRL), Learning Analytics, and Design-Based Research (DBR).

Chat about: Civics and Political Processes

Join @CorburnCori as she hosts #txeduchat

Sunday, October 23, 2016 at 8pm Central




Cori Coburn-Shiflett (M.Ed., Educational Technology Leadership, Lamar University) is a Digital Learning Coach at Georgetown Independent School District. She has special interests in makerspaces, gaming, augmented reality, EdCamps, & exploring creativity. Cori’s educational career began as a Title 1 middle school math/science teacher in Beaumont, Texas where she helped pilot a multi-million dollar 1:1 iPad program. She is enthusiastic about participating in professional learning opportunities, and has presented at many educational conferences across the US. She will begin her doctoral studies in the coming year.

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