Jenna Conan Simpson


is a Ph.D. student in Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas and the Technology Integration Specialist at All Saints’ Episcopal School in Fort Worth, Texas. In addition to leading her school’s move to remote learning last year, providing professional development and managing all digital learning programs and student devices, she teaches computer science, artificial intelligence, and VR/AR elective courses. Before moving into this role, she was a 3rd through 5th grade classroom teacher. She has her master’s degree in Educational Technology from Texas A&M University. She is passionate about technology’s potential to transform classrooms to be more engaging and student-centered and to make teachers’ jobs easier. 



Last update: March 2021


Articles published on IXD&A:


Distance learning during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic: Examining K-12 students’ and parents’ experiences and perspectives., N. 46, pp.  29 - 46, abstractdownload