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Courtney L.Teague is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. She is recognized and respected as a mentor, educator, trainer, and inspirational speaker. She is passionate about teaching and motivating youth. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education at Alabama State University where she graduated at the top of her class. She received a Master’s Degree in Public Administration (minor Education) from Troy University and an Educational Specialist Degree in Instructional Leadership: Specializing in Brain Based Learning from Nova Southeastern University. She believes learning never ends, as a result she decided to pursue a doctoral degree in instructional technology. Currently, she teaches students with moderate intellectual disabilities at a Title 1 school in west Atlanta.

Experience

Differentiating Instruction, National Youth At-Risk Conference, Savannah, GA, 2010

How to love yourself in spite, Montgomery, Alabama , 2010

Gender Equality in Education, Montgomery, Alabama, 2011

Web 2.0 and Social Media, National Youth At-Risk Conference,  Savannah, GA, 2011

Web 2.0 and Social Media in the classroom Georgia Education Technology Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2012

STEM Ambassador Grant Writer and Chairperson -2012-Current

Integrate technology, Floyd Middle School, Mableton, GA, 2013

Technology Integration into High School Classrooms, Campbell High School, Smyrna, GA, 2013

Managing your Social Presence, Women in Technology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, 2013

Web 2.0 and Social Media Integration, Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Virtual, 2013

Alabama Education Technology Conference, Birmingham, AL, 2013

Gwinnett Technical College’s 4th Annual Professional Development and Technology Day, 2013

Courtney L. Teague has a tremendous passion for educating the masses and sharing strategies to assist in the success of our youth. She trains teachers, students, and parents to infuse brain based and life strategies into the learning environment of students with at-risk situations.