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Kelsi Wilcox Boyles

Education Programs Specialist

Kelsi is the Education Programs Specialist at Riverview Intermediate Unit 6. She works on STEM, Computer Science, and Literacy initiatives, facilitates professional development workshops, coordinates STEM and Technology competitions and events, and is an instructional technology coach. Kelsi holds a Bachelor's in Secondary Education, English, a Masters in Education, Technology, an Instructional Technology Specialist certificate, and an Online Instruction certificate. Prior to working at the IU, Kelsi was an English teacher at a local high school and an Online Education Advisor through the e-Academy program. 

ASK KELSI ABOUT: RIU#6 STEAM Lending Library, Google Apps for Education, iPad Apps to Transform the Classroom, Digital Learning Tools for Formative Assessment (Kahoot!, Nearpod, Plickers, Socrative, Google Forms), Discovery Education, STEM competitions, STE(A)M and Computer Science resources for the classroom, PAECT membership.

  • Kelsi's Corner - September

    Posted by Kelsi Boyles on 10/18/2016


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  • Kelsi's Corner - May

    Posted by Kelsi Boyles on 5/26/2016

    Here is a link to this month’s Kelsi’s Corner- May Edition

    Do you have topics you’d like to see covered in the monthly tips? Let me know.

    I hope everyone has a chance to reflect and refresh this summer both personally and professionally.

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  • Announcing: STEAM Education Leadership Conference 2016

    Posted by Kelsi Wilcox Boyles on 4/19/2016

    STEAM ELC 2016

    Riverview Intermediate Unit is proud to announce our second consecutive Educational Leadership Conference. On June 22, 2016 a group of administrators, classroom teachers, curriculum and technical staff, faculty, and college students will partake in a great day of STEAM education. A keynote is booked, proposals for break-out sessions have been confirmed, and a vendor area has been designated.

    Six Act 48 hours will be awarded. The My Learning Plan registration link is open for this event!

    A great day is planned including Keynote Speaker – Mark Dohn, technology teacher and coordinator; Apple Distinguished Educator who focuses on technology integration, Universal Design for Learning and Inclusive Design. There’s something for everyone with over 25 break-out sessions on topics ranging from formative assessment, screencasting, engineering in the elementary classroom, Google Apps for Education, 3D printing, iPad apps, and more! Check out our website or conference newsletter for more information. 

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  • Kelsi's Corner - April Tech Tip

    Posted by Kelsi Wilcox Boyles on 4/19/2016

    There's no doubt about it...I love Google Apps for Education!

    This past year (the first year of RIU#6's Google Apps for Education initiative) I've been able to share this love with many of you during in-service days, small group sessions, and some 1:1 coaching. Some staff members have dived right in finding things they love, too. Several staff members are testing the Google waters, and others are wading nearby for additional information. Well - here's the additional information! No matter where you are in the GAFE initiative, I would encourage all of you to finish out the school year by watching these two videos and taking the Google Docs and Drive 21 Day Challenge!




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  • Kelsi's Corner - March Tech Tip

    Posted by Kelsi Wilcox Boyles on 3/4/2016

    Welcome to the first edition of Kelsi’s Corner- a monthly tech tip from yours truly. :-) This month we’re going to look at Graphite – a great resource to find QUALITY and RELEVANT apps, games, websites, and digital curricula for your classroom. Also, looking for a resource to share with your students’ parents OR are you a parent or grandparent yourself? Check out the bottom section about Common Sense Media – a one stop shop to find age appropriate media for children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, etc. etc. 






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