Ms. Santiago has 20 years experience working with educators either directly through training and coaching, or at a distance via publications and online courses. As the publications manager for World Education’s adult literacy resource center, Elizabeth managed and edited a journal for teachers called Bright Ideas.
From World Education, Elizabeth took her editorial skills to the Massachusetts Bar Association and then moved onto Houghton Mifflin’s college division in Boston working with editors and authors around how to plan for technology components to accompany textbooks. Elizabeth has extensive experience conceptualizing and writing curriculum for face-to-face, blended or fully online delivery. Some highlights of her work include conceptualizing, writing and designing a blended course for instructional coaches in North Carolina on integrating technology in high schools, conceptualizing and writing a course for middle school students for Texas Education Agency, designing and managing an online community of practice for the US Department of Education, authoring a completely online GED course for Paxen Learning, and designing online courses for the Massachusetts Early Education Commission, Babson College, Simmons College, Excelsior College, Boston University, Boston Architectural College and Wheelock College.
Elizabeth Santiago earned a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts Degree in Creative Writing from Emerson College in Boston and a Master’s Degree in Education focusing on Technology in Education from Harvard University.