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Andy Mann

Muskegon Area ISD
Instructional Technology Consultant
Muskegon, Michigan

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Andy Mann started as a science and technology teacher and transitioned into one of Michigan’s first tech directors.  For the last 28 years, he has had the pleasure to serve as an instructional technology specialist for 3 different Michigan ISDs, assisting educators to select and integrate technology resources to improve teaching and learning.  When he is not supporting local educators, he presents around the country for the Bureau of Education and Research on Google Classroom and integration.  Andy is a two time  ISTE Making it Happen award winner and presents at the ISTE Conference on topics including Google Maps, Virtual Reality with the Oculus Quest, and Getting Started with 3D Printers.  Andy and his wife Heidi have four tech-savvy teens, with two at Hope College.  He lives in Norton Shores, a short walk from the sandy shores of Lake Michigan.