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About Jayme

Dr. Jayme L. Johnson is an academic leader and educational technologist, specializing in elementary education, curriculum integration, utilizing cloud-based resources in the classroom, providing parent education sessions, and leading customized professional development workshops for K-8 teachers.

Currently, she the Head of Lower School at St. John’s Episcopal School in Dallas, Texas. Jayme is a Google Certified Innovator (GTAWA 11) and is Google Apps certified. Over the course of her career, some of the hats she has worn include Director of Academic Technology at a Los Angeles area PreK-6th grade independent school, ISTE SIGTC and SIGETC leadership team member, second grade classroom teacher at a Title I school, English Language Development instructor, math enrichment teacher, K-8 substitute teacher, and children’s theater director and choreographer. Most importantly, Jayme is Mom to two fantastic children usually-fantastic teenagers.

Jayme completed her undergraduate degree and teaching credential at California Lutheran University. She was a member Pepperdine University’s OMAET Cadre 4, earning her masters degree in Educational Technology. Jayme completed her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership at California Lutheran University, with research focused upon technology related professional development models in independent school settings.

Being an active PLN member is a priority for Jayme. As such, she has presented at a number of regional and international conferences including ATLISCUE, Fall CUE, ISTE, the Global Education Conference, edcampOC, edcampOC/LA, edcampLA and CAIS.


Jayme Johnson is available for professional development workshops that can be customized specifically for your school or conference. If you are interested in having her conduct a workshop or professional development session, please contact Jayme via email.

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  1. Steve / Jul 19 2011 6:02 pm

    Hi Jayme,
    You and I are now following each other on Twitter, and I wanted to tell you that I really enjoyed reading your blog. Your articles are very interesting and impressive. I found your Twitter tips particularly helpful. Keep up the great work. I teach in Santa Monica, and it’s always nice to meet a fellow L.A. area teacher.


    • JaymeJ / Jul 19 2011 6:43 pm

      Hi Steve! Thank you for the kind remarks. I have your “Chase Manning Mysteries” on my list of books to check out! If you’d ever like to visit my school, let me know. I love visitors!

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