Laurie Green a.k.a. Mrs.Geeky
During her 30 plus years of working in the Technology Education field, Laurie has become a recognized speaker, curriculum consultant, and workshop leader. Her experiences have included serving on the keynote panel for Learning 2.0 in Shanghai, China, as a Keynote speaker for the Maths and Science conference in Queensland, Australia, and presenting at various conferences throughout the United States including ISTE and OETC. She is a Certified LEGO Robotics Instructor, Quality Matters Certified, Makey Makey Certified trainer, and Raspberry Pi Certified Educator Additionally she served as a volunteer for FIRST for 10 years including 3 years as a regional director for the Cleveland, Ohio FIRST Lego League robotics competitions.
Laurie taught at Cleveland Public Schools, and served as the technology coordinator for Laurel School for Girls, Summit County ESC, and Buckeye Local Schools, Medina, Ohio. She was also the online learning coordinator for PBS ideastream®, conducted numerous workshops for Western Reserve Education Services PBS, taught at Cleveland State University, and has worked with the Kent State University Research Center for Educational Technology in their AT and T Classroom. Laurie enjoys developing customized professional development experiences for faculty and staff. Additionally, Laurie has had a special interest in helping schools provide environments that nurture girls' interests in science and technology.
Laurie holds a Bachelor's in Business from The Ohio State University, a Master's Degree from Cleveland State University in Curriculum and Foundations with a focus on Technology Education, and a postgraduate certificate in Computational Thinking from The University of Pennsylvania.
Recent Podcast Interviews
Published January 10, 2022 by Dr. Mathew X. Joseph
Published July 6, 2020 by Jared O'Leary
Published May 16, 2019 by chris woods
Published November 22, 2022 by Kent State University
Published November 4, 2010, by WCPN Ideastream, Cleveland Ohio