is an educator with several years’ experience in different 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 core subject teacher, and she understands the challenge faced by today’s students, who have some technology know-how but not always critical thinking mindsets to navigate these powerful tools. She enjoys being curious and facilitating knowledge sharing for teachers and students around the areas of digital citizenship, computational thinking and our global world. Sue currently teaches at Rundle College.