Adam Garry is a former elementary school teacher. He has presented at numerous conferences around the world, including for the International Society of Technology in Education. Over the past several years, Adam has consulted in school districts across the United States on school reform, professional development, 21st century skills, technology integration, curriculum and instruction, and leadership. He was also one of the facilitators for the Partnership for 21st Century Skills professional development affiliates program and ISTE’s School 2.0 workshops.
Adam has written many articles on technology integration for several education magazines and authors his own blog. He received a bachelor’s in elementary education, a master’s in teaching and learning with a technology emphasis, and a certificate in administration and supervision from Johns Hopkins University.