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Kim Meldrum

West Island College
Director of Technology Innovation
Montreal
Kim Meldrum, M.Ed. (Curriculum and Instruction) Director of Technology Innovation in Teaching and Learning, Google for Education Certified Trainer and published author, Kim works to change the way educators view technology. Her expertise includes a focus on effective differentiation, digital literacies, assessment and reflective learning practice. As a passionate educator and author, in June of 2016 Kim published her first book entitled, “Assessment that Matters: Using Technology to Personalize Learning” about how to gather rich assessment information from students creations using technology as a tool for learning. In her book Kim provides the reader with an understanding of the different forms of assessment and provides examples of how to help students use technology to demonstrate their learning in different ways. Kim has presented at educational technology conferences; ISTE 2016, ISTE 2015, ASCD (2015), the first Canadian Google for Education Leadership Symposium and EdTechTeam Google for Education Summits. Focused on using technology to support good pedagogical practice, Kim works to change the way educators view technology. Her expertise includes a focus on effective differentiation, digital literacies, assessment and reflective learning practice. Kim also has responsibilities in the implementation of her school district's widely respected Digital Citizenship Program. In 2015 the Lester B. Pearson School Board's digital citizenship journey was highlighted in Chapter Three of Mike Ribble's "Digital Citizenship in Schools Third Edition".