Evylyn Quiñones is a versatile and experienced education leader who will surely add to the depth of our discussions this year. We look forward to her contributions.
Evylyn, born and raised in Puerto Rico, earned a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico. Started her career as a first grade teacher and, after 9 years of experience, was hired in 2005 by Prince George’s County to teach ESOL at Cool Spring Elementary. In 2011, Evylyn transferred to César Chávez Dual Spanish Immersion School and earned a Master’s degree in Instructional Design and Technology. She has performed the duties of Testing and STEM Coordinator as well as teacher-in-charge.
For the past 11 years, Evylyn has been part of PGCPS Title I Technology Training Team and, as an Apple Foundation Trainer, she has facilitated several workshops and conferences. Her commitment is to inspire and facilitate ways in which teachers can evolve from using technology to integrating technology in instruction. In 2015, she earned a Master’s degree in Educational Administration.
Currently, Evylyn serves as an assistant principal at Phyllis E. Williams Spanish Immersion School. It is her goal to continue to share her experiences with other teachers and inspire them as they develop the necessary 21st century skills of our future global citizens.
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