George Lucas Educational Foundation

Cindy Johanson

We live in an amazing time as the Internet changes the way we learn and teach one another. My experience with online content started back in 1989 when I worked for a service called Learning Link, connecting classrooms across the country and around the globe. It was an early period with slow dial-up modems and text-only interfaces but, despite the technical limitations, it was exhilarating.

With Edutopia, I'm honored to be working with a talented team as we use multi-media to showcase successes in education. I welcome your feedback on what we can do to help all of you be most effective!

Areas of Interest: 
innovation in schools,
Internet to propel learning,
individualized learning,
project-based learning,
social-emotional learning

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