Invited Speakers

Elizabeth Perry

Elizabeth Perry is a teacher, writer, and artist with a particular interest in making, tinkering, and play. She draws every day.

At the International School of Prague, and at the American School in London, she’s helped faculty integrate technology across the curriculum and has taught computer science and art. Before moving to London and then Prague, she worked at The Ellis School in Pittsburgh, PA, and for the Online School for Girls.

She’s also consulted for Google in K-12 education and outreach, been a fellow at the Studio for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie-Mellon University, been recognized as a Google Trailblazer, and recently served as a teacher ambassador for Technology will Save Us.

Her TEDx talk about learning to draw, ”Do Something Badly,” has been viewed over a thousand times.