Kim McMonagle, as Director of Educational Technology in Douglas County School District, Colorado believes in sparking the possibilities necessary to transform teaching and learning. Digital tools + highly effective instructional strategies = high yielding results. In addition to deeply connecting to the work of Curriculum & Instruction and Professional Development, Kim serves educators and education leaders throughout Colorado and beyond. She works on the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) faculty as an educational consultant to the Ministry of Education of Singapore and the US Virgin Islands.
Since 2009 Kim spreads 21st Century learning as an active member on the Colorado Board of Directors for the Technology in Education (TIE) annual conference. Within Douglas County, Kim coordinates the implementation of 21st Century Classroom IWB grants awarded from the Morgridge Family Foundation. Students benefit from a World-Class Education which focuses on the right purpose, right tools and right results. Go Packers! Kim lived in DePere, Wi for 10 years, graduated from UW-Eau Claire and earned a Master's Degree from UW-Oshkosh. She grew up in LaCrosse, Wi and became a Colorado transplant in 1998.