Upon graduating from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in 2005, Desiree Y. Harrison started her career as an educator with Farmington Public Schools. Wanting to help teachers and students from a more technical standpoint, a few years after starting teaching she enrolled at Wayne State University where she attained a Masters of Education in Instructional Technology in 2010. Desiree is super passionate about the field of elementary mathematics, holding memberships with both the Michigan and National chapters of Councils of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM and NCTM), as well as being elected to the position of Vice President of Elementary Math for the Detroit Area Council of Teachers of Mathematics (DACTM). Within her district Desiree has taken on many leadership roles including serving on the Elementary Math Curriculum Alignment Committee, Professional Development Committee, and the Google Apps for Education Implementation Team. Desiree’s most recent achievements include passing a series of online exams and trainings in order to become a Google Certified Educator and Google Education Trainer. You can connect with Desiree via her blog, www.kidsmathtalk.blogspot.com, or via Twitter and Instagram by following her @kidsmathtalk.
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