Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Tina Jarvis is a forward-thinking educator with over 20 years’ experience integrating emerging technologies and instructional strategies for educators and students. She is known for developing and delivering engaging course material across varied platforms, including asynchronous learning, large group, and individual instruction. Educators look to her to help identify and implement opportunities in the curriculum to gain efficiencies and increase learning using the important tools of technology for students, teachers, and administrators’ district wide. Tina believes students retain knowledge best when they are provided with the familiar technology tools and guidance to effectively learn, communicate, and create. She is passionate about sharing tried and true ideas and best practices that are easy to implement in any Grades 6-12 classroom. Tina’s enthusiastic and positive approach to technology is infectious and worth your time and commitment. Join her for a day full of strategies that will transform the learning of your grades 6-12 students. You will leave with the extensive digital resource handbook, Multimedia Tools to Increase Student Learning: Practical, Engaging Tools that Work! (Grades 6-12), written specifically for this seminar as well as access to Tina’s extensive library of video tutorials, teaching strategies, and more!

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

Tina was knowledgeable, helpful, informative and fun. I especially enjoyed the amount of time she allowed us to get comfortable with the software tools.”

“TikTok, YouTube and Instagram were always thought of as a distraction in my classroom. Now I feel confident to encourage use when appropriate because of this course.”

“I learned some techniques that will increase my efficiency in the coming school year. This workshop was a blessing.”

Tina is knowledgeable and approachable and so positive and friendly. There was a good balance of instruction with time for application practice.”

“Thank you - I learned so many great things I never knew I could do!”