Technology in Inclusive Classrooms
Thu, Jun 03 | Zoom

Technology in Inclusive Classrooms

Inclusive classrooms through tech!
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Time & Location

Jun 03, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM CDT

About the Event

Join STEM researcher/doctoral student Jill Courtney to learn more about hosting an inclusive and equitable STEM classroom. Register at:

About the Workshop Facilitator

Jill Courtney is a Nashville-based Education specialist with 25 years of k-12 and collegiate teaching under her belt.   She has strongly led many a company within a cross-section of the STEM fields, and her passion is promoting equity within the classroom.     Jill earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, a professional performance degree in Musical Theatre Performance from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA-NY), her Master of Music degree in Music Technology from New York University, and her Ed.S. degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN. She is currently working on her Doctorate of Professional Studies via Franklin University in Instructional Design Leadership, with a focus on equity in the STEM classroom. She has her Professional Teaching and ILL-B Administrator's licenses through the State of TN. A passionate higher education instructor and instructional designer, she has taught for Belmont University, Tennessee State University, The Art Institute of Tennessee-Nashville, John Robert Powers-Nashville, Nashville Film Institute (where she designed their new Acting for Camera program/curriculum and aided in securing accreditation), Metro Nashville Public Schools, Knowledge Academies, Kahn Academy, and Lamar State College.       She is a marketer, an educator, a leader, and an artist. As an active Audiovisual Multimedia Producer (audio, video, photography, multimedia, social media, instructional design, and web), Jill originated and co-owned a business called Sharkbait Studios between 2002-2012 in New York City, Nashville, and Texas. She was also the Studio/Business Manager for Quad Studios Nashville, on Music Row in Nashville, TN. She currently teaches privately, produces audio/video/social media content, and does project management and instructional design creation, conversion, strategies, and data analysis through her umbrella company JCreative Multimedia. She is a certified broadcast producer at Nashville Education, Community, and Arts Television (NECAT), a local broadcast television station, and an active member of Women In Film & Television - Nashville (WIFT), ASCAP, NSAI, and Audio Engineering Society-Nashville (AES), an organization for which she served on the executive leadership committee for many years.

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