Sue Mylde (she/her) is an educator with several years’ experience in aspects of communication, STEM and education. She is most excited about spaces where technology meets pedagogy and is an advocate for balance in today’s increasingly digital world. In the classroom, Sue has been both Ed-Tech specialist and subject teacher. She is currently the Curriculum lead for Computer Science as well as leading the Innovation, Design, Entrepreneurship and Skills (IDEAS) Program at Rundle College. A lifelong learner, Sue enjoys being curious and facilitating knowledge sharing for teachers and students around the areas of digital citizenship, computer science, and the importance of technology in education, especially within the context of our globalised world. In 2018, Sue presented at TEDxYYC on the “Forgotten Power of Hands On Learning.” Sue was born in Singapore, lived in Europe and has enjoyed being a Calgarian since 2011.