About Ada's EDTECH-Doctorate
It takes a proactive EdTech Millennial Leader to ignite the disruptive, yet critical and imperative sustainability advantages of Educational Technology (EdTech) in all aspects of our lives, via the supply-demand chain cycles, impacted by the present global COVID-19 pandemic, wherein EdTech inter-telecommuting relationship over tools and processes becomes the wiser norm now and iterative future-invest forever more.
My user story as an EdTech enthusiast started when I was nine years old, as I advanced into the third year at the turn of the new 21st century, assisting my mother’s start-up private school for atypical kids of needs and her freelancing IT professional consulting services to support our family. As a 4th grader thru 9th grade, I volunteered zealously as a Teacher’s EdTech Assistant and even served as part of the EdTech leadership team to bring 1:1 technology to classrooms at my private high school college-prep international academy.
EdTech has spearheaded me to accelerate my academic aspirations and in no time, I graduated from high school at 15+ years old and earned an Associate of Science Degree in Early Childhood Education in 2011 and a year later achieved the Bachelor’s degree in Child & Adolescent Development Education with a minor in Atypical Child Studies. I felt the need to design various EdTech intervention programs and fulfilled the dream by attaining the Master of Science degree in Educational Technology in 2014, with a Program Director Credential and CSET credential in EdTech.
Thus, I seemed to be on the roll to launch my advanced EdTech-Doctorate candidacy pursuits, when marital bliss with my husband, became my prerogative priority a year later. New and exciting job opportunities paved the EdTech gates for me to dive deeper into deploying seamlessly more pragmatic EdTech services with A.D.A. (American Disabilities’ Act) compliance according to ISTE standards of quality and security protocols, via SCRUM framework and AGILE Manifesto, to clientele organizations and leaders of sustainable incremental EdTech needs.
--- potential dissertation topics of interest for me to expound in the next higher EdTech doctorate research studies, where applicable --- since the sky’s the limit motivating factor.
As such, I have full intent in leading and executing present EdTech services with zeal and zest like a doctorate deliverable of sorts, which will meet and/or exceed customers’ satisfaction and users’ expectations accordingly, with mutual trust and commitment to collaborative projects at hand, as we better align our EdTech strategies of transformative progressivism into the 2020’s and beyond.