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Jennifer Waldvogel

Yorkville School District
TOSA
Yorkville, IL
Jen Waldvogel fell in love with teaching because she’s an optimist at heart and believes the possibilities inside classrooms are endless. She currently serves as a Teacher on Special Assignment for Technology Integration in Yorkville District 115, working alongside students, teachers, school & district leaders to guide blended programming, design professional development, and coach personalized instruction. Jennifer is a National Board Certified teacher who spent over a decade teaching writing and literature to high schoolers. After a transformative blended learning pilot, she shifted into the role of TOSA to support student success at a global level in Yorkville’s Teaching & Learning Department. Ever curious, Jen enjoys PD- if she had the time and money, she’d be in school forever- engaging in conferences and workshops, where she has presented at the local, state, and national level about learning pathways, personalized PD, writing craft, engaging students in blended learning, and ways to maximize your LMS. Jen holds a Bachelor’s from the University of Illinois (Psychology), Secondary Ed from North Central College (Language Arts), and Master’s from Northern Illinois University (School Counseling). Publications include Midwest Poetry Review, The Storyteller Magazine, and Educational Leadership (2019). Jen is also a published novelist, Untouchable (2016), who blogs about life & career at jenniferwaldvogel.com & recently launched a 2019 positive messaging campaign @be.untouchable on Instagram. You can also find her on Facebook at JenniferWaldvogelAuthor.

My Presenters Sessions

Friday, November 15
 

8:00am

 


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