I am Naiku: Emily Hill

Emily Hill

Name: Emily Hill

Position: Technology Integration Coach

School: Clear Lake Middle School

City: Clear Lake, IA

Emily Hill is a licensed 6-12 Language Arts teacher. She started her teaching career at a high school before switching to 8th grade language arts. After 11 years in the classroom, Hill now serves as the Technology Integration Coach in both the middle school and high school in Clear Lake. Throughout her teaching career, Hill teamed up with other teachers to create meaningful assignments and projects for students. “As a technology integration coach, I get to spend more time working with and helping other teachers create better assignments and projects for our students. I help and show them how educational technology tools like Naiku can help them create better assessments, using a variety of item types, to assess more than just remembering of basic facts. That’s what I love about my job,” said Hill.


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