Kellie Weisenbeck is a retired educator with 30 years of experience in the elementary classroom. Throughout her career, she has been on the forefront of utilizing digital tools in daily classroom instruction. This passion for intentional planning and integration technology led her to accept the role of an instructional technology specialist in a Virginia school district. Kellie has shared her passions for computer science and digital literacy at local, state, and national conferences.
As a member of the Defined Learning team, Kellie continues to support educators and students. She enjoys leading professional development to educators throughout the country. She has also played a key role in developing the computer science curriculum for grades K-12. She enjoys sharing her passion for meaningful tech integration with engaging problem-based learning.
After completing 30 years of teaching in the state of Virginia, Kellie now lives in Florida. She loves to spend her free time participating in outdoor activities such as pickleball, water volleyball, and beach tennis. She also enjoys spending time with her horse, riding around the back trails when visiting family and friends in Virginia.