Andrea Hernandez has worked with students of all ages, from kindergarten-adult, during her 25 years as an educator. Currently, Andrea serves as a learning and literacy specialist at the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School in Jacksonville, Florida, working with teachers and students to amplify learning using a variety of tools and practices, including student blogfolios. Andrea was instrumental in the creation of the “21st century learning team” at the school as well as the shift to a more reflective, growth-oriented school culture. Andrea’s passions include modern literacies, student-centered learning environments (choice and voice) and creativity in the classroom. She is author of the online course “Technology in the 21st Century Classroom,” co-founder (with Silvia Tolisano) of the edJEWcon Conference and a Google Certified Teacher. Andrea offers consulting, speaking and coaching for schools, organizations and individuals. She has a master’s degree in Instructional Technologies from San Francisco State University and is working on her PhD from the school of mistake-making, struggle, frustration, reflection and connection. She continues to learn and grow every day.
Location: Andrea is based in Jacksonville, FL. She has presented throughout the US and Canada and is very willing to expand her work through traveling.