Beth Sanders

Birmingham, AL

Beth Sanders

Birmingham, AL

Beth Sanders

is a connected educator, lifelong learner, and Coordinator of Technology Integration & Innovation with Enterprise City Schools. She was formally with Tarrant City Schools as a social studies teacher and then Technology Integration Specialist. Beth is also a Technology Consultant for Alabama Best Practices Center and is co-founder and co-director of Youth Converts Culture. She was selected to be an Apple Distinguished Educator in 2013 and was also awarded Teacher of the Year for Tarrant City Schools in 2013. Beth has also served as a Connected Coach for the Powerful Learning Practice Network and blogger for Voices of the Learning Revolution. She was a Digital Organizer for The Institute for Democratic Education and Instructional Director for Montgomery Education Foundation’s summer learning program, The Brain Forest, in 2014 and Technology Integration Specialist for SPROUT and SOLE summer learning experiences with Tarrant City Schools in 2015. Beth has led professional learning sessions with Alabama Best Practices Center, co-presented at the New England 1:1 Summit in Burlington, MA, Harvard’s 11th Annual Color Conference: The Revolution Will Be Live, and the Alabama Educational Technology Conference. She also participated in a special session to “unpack” the new Alabama Social Studies Course of Study with ALEX and has been published and featured by WELD Birmingham, ASCD, EdWeek, Huffington Post, and ASCD Whole Child. You can see her connected learners in action at the hashtag: #SandersTHS.

  • Work
    • Connected Educator
  • Education
    • University of Alabama