Carolyn Banuelos is a graduate of Ohio State University with a Master of Education in Early Childhood Education. She has been an instructional coach and primary grade teacher across the country. Carolyn now enjoys empowering teachers and students to take charge of their learning as a facilitator.
Richard Banyon is presently consulting in the Carle Place, New York school district as assistant superintendent for curriculum, instruction and personnel. His educational career spans over thirty-five years as a classroom teacher, guidance counselor, dean, building administrator, and central office administrator in New York City and Long Island.
Ann C. Barbour is professor emerita of early childhood education at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA). A former preschool and elementary teacher, she has over 30 years’ experience in the field of early education. At CSULA, she teaches courses in best practices and trends and issues in early education, the role of play in learning, and school-family partnerships.
Lisa Barczyk is a physical therapist with 22 years of professional experience in school-based pediatric practice. After graduating from Marquette University, she took a position with Milwaukee Public Schools as a staff physical therapist, and for the past 12 years has served as the supervisor of occupational and physical therapy.
Jeffrey Bardzell, founder of Allecto Media, an eLearning consulting and development company, is a Ph.D. candi-date at Indiana University, where he also works as a trainer and multimedia instructional developer. He is also an eLearning Web developer, author, and instructor. Among his technical publications are Macromedia MX eLearning: Advanced Training From the Source and Special Edition Using Fireworks MX.