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Jennifer Bond

Walled Lake Schools, Clifford Smart Middle School
Design Technology Teacher
Commerce Township, MI

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Jennifer Bond is a teacher in Walled Lake, Michigan. Over her 22 years of being an educator (20 years in elementary, 2 in middle), technology has always been an area of focus in her classroom. She enjoys leveraging her creativity with the various digital tools that technology and the web provides. She has embraced innovations in education including BYOD Days, Genius Hour, and the Maker Movement into her educational routine. She has presented at state and national technology conferences on Maker Education, STEAM, Edmodo, BYOD, Minecraft, Google for EDU, Physical Computing, and much more. Her classroom was featured in the educational documentary, Look I’m Learning, which highlighted the impact of digital learning in the classroom, and she has contributed to several books highlighting tech and the maker movement. In 2019, Jennifer was the MACUL K-12 Tech Using Teacher of the Year.