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Scott Beebe

CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

Career Snapshot

I began my teaching career in a public elementary school in Kent, WA. Our school served several housing projects and was around 80% poverty at the time, and I learned very quickly I had to do something different to engage kids, because rote learning was not going to engage them. They had other issues in their lives.

I moved from the classroom to working as an instructional designer and developer, focused primarily on integrated technology and online learning at a regional educational service district. From there, I moved to a large school district, first as the instructional technology administrator for the district and then 9 years in the same district as an elementary principal.

Most recently, I’ve worked in a medium size school district north of Seattle, WA as Chief Technology Officer.

Interests
  • Wood turning (look me up on Pinterest)
  • Family
  • Working on my farm truck
Location: Marysville

“I have worked closely with Eduro to plan a course of study for over 450 teachers in a high poverty suburban school district in the Seattle area.

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