“One-size-fits-all is a thing of the past. When students spend more time in their optimal learning zones, achievement can really take off.”
Senior Vice President, Research
Angie is a leader in personalized learning and analytics, and helps to lead ACT's efforts in next-generation assessment and learning technologies.
She has spent more than a quarter century in the classroom—as an elementary and middle school teacher in southern Florida, urban Maryland, Japan, and England. She also served as a principal in Georgia, and as an adjunct professor at a number of colleges and universities.
Angie has earned a several patents, including for technology that adapts digital learning experiences to the real-time needs of students.“
Teaching is both a science and an art, and educational technology can never be a substitute for a skillful and caring teacher. What technology does is give us powerful tools to reach students where they are, and the analytics insights to determine which tools and techniques are making the most difference to student success.”
Angie earned her doctorate in educational leadership from Capella University, and her B.S. in elementary and early childhood education from Florida International University.