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Michael Boll is an Apple Distinguished Educator,, Google Certified Educator, entrepreneur, podcaster and Part-Time Elementary School Technology Coach at International School, Bangkok.  Michael enjoys helping educators, parents and students harness the transformative powers of technology.

Michael is also the Director of Professional Development and Learning for 21st Century Learning International  where is continuing to build an  online learning platform

Michael has a teenage son with profound autism and is keenly interested in the special needs community and its population of diverse learners.  This interest led Michael and his wife, Lori Boll, to open an innovative school in Shanghai,, for their son.

For more information about Michael, check out his personal website

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Chris Carter is the Tech Coach and Social Science Department Leader for Concordia International School Shanghai.  He was the 2012 Patricia Behring NHD Asia History Teacher of the Year award recipient. Chris co-hosts the Concordia Ed Tech Podcast that is available on iTunes, the EdTech Minute available on the BAM Radio Network, and the Education Vanguard and the Daily Tech Tool programs on 21st Century Learning Radio.  Chris is also a contributing editor of ICT in Practice magazine.  Currently he focuses on project-based learning, flipping classrooms, and online digital literacy and citizenship courses.  Chris publishes reviews of educational apps and services, researching the latest and greatest tools in the education technology field.

Connect with me:

Concordia Ed Tech Podcast on iTunes: | EdTech Minute on BAM Radio Network: | Tech Tools Daily on 21st Century Radio: | Education Vanguard on 21st Century Radio: | ICT in Practice: | My webpage, featuring the EdTech related work that I do:


By day, Jamie Willett is a technology integrationist, elementary teacher, math specialist, and STEM coach.  But by night / sometime in the mid afternoon, she is an aspiring edtechpodcast host.  Born in the wilds of Hong Kong (or somewhere not too far from downtown Central), educated in the tropics of Taiwan, she attended university in Minnesota, where, along with her degree, she learned how much she hated being cold.  As soon as she graduated, she returned to Asia to teach elementary school for four years before becoming the elementary technology coach at Concordia International School in Shanghai.  If she were really a super hero, her super power would be stopping time, Zac Morris style. For more information check:

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Andy Vasily is an educational consultant, workshop leader, and speaker. He has taught internationally for the last 18 years in four different countries.