Jeremy Shorr is a director and consultant with the Teaching Institute for Excellence in STEM (TIES). Jeremy is an education futurist who is passionate about innovating the instructional experience for learners of all ages. Jeremy works with schools and organizations around the country to rethink and design STEM and Computer Science implementations from PreK through 12th grade.
Jeremy has keynoted and presented at conferences, workshops and school districts across the United States and in China and works with other districts around the world who are looking to implement new instructional strategies through workshops and ongoing support. Jeremy has been recognized as one of the National School Boards Association’s “20 to Watch”, as the Ohio Technology-Using Administrator of the Year, the Ohio Educational Leader Innovator, the Center for Digital Education’s “Top 30 Technologists, Transformers and Trailblazers”, as one of the Crain’s Cleveland Business “Forty under 40”, and received Ideastream’s Betty Cope award and ISTE’s Making It Happen award.
Jeremy’s programs have received awards such as the Ohio Trendsetter Award and the Best Blended Learning Implementation in Ohio from the Ohio Department of Education, and admission into the Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools. Jeremy is a Certified Educational Technology Leader (CETL), a Google Certified Educator, an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE), a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator and received his MBA in Executive Leadership from Cleveland State University. Jeremy was an Educational Policy Fellow with the Institute for Educational Leadership in 2015-2016.
Contact Jeremy if you or your administrators have questions and/or comments about...
- Designing K-8 computational thinking and CS programming in your schools
- Support with K12 STEM implementation
- Strategic planning for district/building-wide STEM/CS Implementations
- Deployment support for one-to-one initiatives