Michelle KrillSouth Western
Michelle began her educational career as a 2nd and 3rd grade classroom teacher. After 5 years in the classroom, she moved out of the classroom to become the elementary technology liaison, providing just in time, job embedded and ongoing professional development for teachers, staff, and administration. In fall 2007, Michelle became the Classrooms for the Future coach at South Western High School to assist teachers with integrating grant funded equipment into the curriculum. Currently, Michelle is a Instructional Technology Specialist, working with K-12 teachers to integrate technology into existing curriculum and learning activities in a relevant and meaningful manner.
Michelle worked as a systems analyst for a private computer firm prior to becoming an educator, obtained her M.Ed from Wilmington College in 1996, completed course work to obtain state certification as an Instructional Technology Specialist, and also earned supervisory certification through a joint program offered by Johns Hopkins University and the International Society for Technology in Education.
In addition to her work with the South Western School District, Michelle was recognized as a Google Certified Teacher in 2008, presents locally and statewide on topics of instructional, educational technology and is a member of the Corporate Faculty for Harrisburg University.
"Michelle Krill was knowledgable, motivated, and easily accessible for information and answers. She was also organized in her set up of the LMS. "
"Michelle was very helpful with answering questions and providing guidance on the assignments."
"Awesome facilitator! Michelle was extremely knowledgeable and helpful."