E. Andreas Johansson, B.A., M.A.T.
Director, Technology Integration & Curriculum
Kenston Local Schools
Andreas Johansson was born and raised in Sweden, and moved with his family to the United States in High School. He brings this unique cultural perspective to his approach to education as he strives to merge the different worldviews that shaped his own experience. Through years of experience teaching with technology, Andreas has developed a number of fun and exciting ways to effectively integrate technology standards with everyday curriculum.
Andreas is a non-traditional educator in that he entered the field only after having worked in the private industry. After a few years in a cubicle, Andreas went back to school to earn his Masters degree in teaching from Kent State University so that he could pursue his passion for education. Now, his interest lies in creating dynamic events that shape the way we teach, helping teachers effectively and practically integrate technology into their environment, ultimately impacting the young learners we live to serve.
Andreas facilitates multiple district-level workshops on technology and curriculum integration, and currently hosts a workshop on the practical aspects of classroom technology at Kent State University.
Andreas lives in Tallmadge with his wife Jaelithe, a freelance copywriter and editor, and their two children, Emelie and Oskar. He enjoys spending time with family, hiking in the outdoors, and working around the house.
Technology integration, place-based education, experiential learning and teaching, educational technology consulting, professional development, staff development, curriculum adaptation, creative teaching solutions, unique learning experiences.
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