Christine Voigt is a secondary educator and award-winning author from Dallas, Texas. Her background is in English, geography, and life sciences and her specialty is infusing technology across the curriculum. She currently serves as the Director of Curriculum and Instructional Technology at Bishop Dunne Catholic School. She has been recognized at the state and national levels for her contribution to geographic education and has received multiple honors for the books Mapping Our World: GIS in Education and the Our World book series. She holds a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Southern Methodist University and a Master of Science in Computer Education and Cognitive Systems from the University of North Texas.

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Show Highlights

  • Tech as a meaningful tool to authenticate personalized learning. Incorporating technology every day despite economical disadvantages and different experiences in the classroom. 
  • Successful shift going paperless or implementing Teach FX with this approach. 
  • A bottom up approach to prepare kids for the future with these tools.
  • Tips to determine meaningful technology for your teachers and students. 
  • Select technology as methodology and not hardware and software for instruction. 
  • Assert an integrated approach to leadership to make radical changes. 
  • A different approach to learning through typical constraints in education.
Christine Voigt: Going Paperless At School Over A Decade Ago

“We didn’t want technology to drive the curriculum. We wanted what was best to teach the kids. We wanted the curriculum to drive the technology. A lot of times people were like, ‘We have to go and incorporate all this tech stuff’, but it’s not about the technology. It’s about what is best for teaching and learning.”

– Christine Voigt



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