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Letia Cooper

Letia Cooper is a 1998 graduate of South Carolina State University and a 2008 graduate of Grand Canyon University with an M.Ed in Instructional Technology. She has worked as an Instructional Technology Specialist and currently works for Charles County Public Schools in Maryland. Letia has presented at various conferences such as SC Edtech, NCTIES, SCEA Common Core, GAETC, FETC, Livebinders and Classroom 2.0. She believes that "When technology is integrated into the classroom, all students are motivated to learn." She is proud to offer you a variety of resources and ideas that will help you to integrate technology into your classroom. Feel free to visit her blog at and remember to download one of her free "website of the month" calendars for teachers and students.

Some of Letia's Webinars

Presented by Letia Cooper Saturday, August 3, 2019
1:00 - 1:30 PM EDT
Presented by Letia Cooper Saturday, October 14, 2017
3:00 - 3:30 PM EDT
Presented by Letia Cooper Wednesday, April 5, 2017
5:00 - 5:30 PM EDT
Presented by Letia Cooper Tuesday, January 31, 2017
4:00 - 4:30 PM EST

Q & A with Letia Cooper

If you weren't in education, what do you think you'd be doing and why?

I would be an attorney. I went to law school. I enjoy theof fighting for justice for others.

What's your idea of happiness?

Happiness is loving one self, surrounding yourself with family and friends who love and support you.

What are your favorite books and authors?

Brenda Jackson's romance books.

If you were dictator and had total control, tomorrow education would:

Education would include multi-age classrooms. Students would be grouped based on levels and then move throughout the year when they master their goals. Personalized learning will be the key to our students succeeding in the future.

The biggest problem with K-12 education is:

Parent apathy. Parents must instill the desire to learn and the expectation to succeed in their students.

I've always wanted to visit:


What are your most treasured possessions?

My family and photos. Nothing else truly matters.

What kind of kid were you in high school?

A nerd. I loved to read all the time. My nose was stuck in a book.

What's the best piece of advice someone ever gave you?

When I became a technology coach, my aunt who is a retired teacher, asked me to be patient with teachers as they learn new technologies. This advice has served me well in my career.