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Teacher Advisory Network

The nexus of education and technology has transformed the way students learn. At the Harlan Institute, we recognize the integral role teachers have played in this pedagogical revolution. When designing our programs, the Harlan Institute aims to learn from these educators—the pioneers and innovators in the classrooms—in order to effectively create virtual learning environments that allow students to acquire knowledge, develop critical thinking skills, and bridge interdisciplinary talents. Members of the Harlan Institute Teacher Advisory Network are integral in shaping our curriculums, designing our lesson plans, and planning software tools. Their input is critical to the development of our programs for the upcoming school year.

  • Mattias Caro – Fairfax, Virginia
  • Kacy Carter- Jackson Memorial Middle School in Massillon, Ohio
  • Anne Chatfield – Randall Middle School, Tampa, Florida
  • Angela Cunningham – Bullitt Central High School, Bullitt, Kentucky
  • Ben Ewald – Frisco CTE Center, Frisco, Texas
  • Dayna Laur – Central York High School, York, Pennsylvania
  • Matt Moore- Sleepy Eye, Minnesota
  • Erin Olson – Sioux Rapids, Iowa
  • Kari Parks – Oakland, California
  • Brian Stevens – Coldwater High School, Coldwater, Michigan
  • Darcy White – Vicki A. Romero High School, Phoenix, Arizona