Lindsey Lamm is an Instructional Technology Integrator at the elementary level in the North Allegheny School District. She is responsible for helping both teachers and students learn new ways to innovate with technology.
Previously, Lindsey was a fifth grade teacher and Elementary English/Language Arts Department Chairperson in the Plum Borough School District. She also taught second and fifth grades in the West Middlesex Area School District. Lindsey holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary and Early Childhood Education from Grove City College and a Master’s Degree in Elementary Mathematics and Science from Slippery Rock University. She has spent time working with the Reading Achievement Center and the Math and Science Collaborative through the Allegheny Intermediate Unit. She served on the Pennsylvania PARCC test feedback team. She is also a Western Pennsylvania Writing Project fellow and an original cohort member of the Fluency Project based out of the CREATE Lab at Carnegie Mellon University.