Christa Evans Heath Ed.D. , Media and Education Technology Instructor
Learning experiences personalized to meet the interest and needs of student has guided Dr. Evans Heath in her teaching journey. Through the use of technology, she has created engaging and diverse learning environments. Working with her peers, she has created interdisciplinary lessons incorporating PBL. In her work in the Learning Commons, students have the space to be explorers, creators, makers, and collaborators in their quest for knowledge.
Dr. Evans Heath holds a Bachelor’s in history, a Masters in Accomplished Teaching, an Ed.S. and Ed.D. in Instructional Technology. Her accolades include being the 2009 Outstanding Senior in History Education Program at Kennesaw State University and member of the 2014 Georgia Middle School Team of the Year.
Christa ‘s certifications included, is a Nearpod Certified Educator and Pionear, Amazon Education Teacher Innovator, Edmodo Ambassador, Smybaloo Certified Educator , Microsoft Innovative Educator and Certified Trainer, and Common-Sense Certified Educator.
Evans Heath C. (2016) Pushing the Boundaries – Technology Driven Inquiry Based Learning (ISTE) International Society for Technology in Education, Denver, CO
Evans Heath C. & Francis, A. (2015), Student Tech Teams: Your Schools Super Heroes. (GaETC) Georgia Educational Technology Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Fitzgerald, S, Evans Heath, C. & Garcia, N. (2014) Freedom to Explore. National Council of Social Studies (NCSS), Boston, MA.
Evans Heath, C. & Roach, P. (2013),Gateway to Diplomacy: Middle School Model UN, Building Negotiation and Compromise. National Council of Social Studies (NCSS), St. Louis, MO.
Evans Heath, C. (2012), Building Global Diplomats - Model United Nations in Middle School. Georgia Council of Social Studies Conference (GCSS), Athens, GA.
Crain, K. & Evans Heath, C. (2009), Using Technology While Studying to Be A Teacher. Georgia Council of Social Studies Conference (GCSS), Athens, GA.