Stacey Pasquel is a Technology Infusion Specialist for the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University whose work focuses on infusing technology and the ISTE Standards throughout the teacher education curriculum. In this capacity, Stacey serves in various leadership roles that allow her to lead others through the change process. Stacey has a dynamic, high-energy presentation style that engages participants to take an active role in their learning and is committed to fostering the essential conditions necessary to enable new and innovative ways of teaching and learning. Stacey has worked in a variety of educational capacities throughout her career that have strengthened her talents as an educator, teacher leader and facilitator of professional development. Stacey has taught at both the elementary and high school level, serving Arizona K-12 students as an English teacher, librarian, and Instructional Technology Coach prior to joining MLFTC. Stacey's educational background includes a bachelor's degree in English and creative writing, a master's degree in secondary education, and a master's degree in educational leadership. Stacey is also active in local and national educational technology organizations and currently serves as an Executive Board member and chair of the Professional Development Committee for the Arizona Technology in Education Association. Stacey firmly believes that all teachers and students can leverage technology to foster excellence in teaching and learning through innovative, engaging and collaborative practices. After all, as quoted by John Dewey, "If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow."