Shannon Davenport has worked in the Clarksville Montgomery County School System since 1996. Currently, she serves as an instructional technology coach providing professional development opportunities and supporting educators in the development and implementation of rigorous and relevant technology experiences. Previously, she taught kindergarten and third grade, as well as K-5 in a computer lab setting. In addition to providing professional development throughout the calendar year, she is assigned to schools during the academic year providing focused training and support to meet each school’s individual needs. She enjoys working closely with the administration, teachers, and students as they learn how the integration of technology can dramatically impact the learning process. In addition to working in her school district, Shannon strengthens her professional learning community by working as a professional learning specialist for the Northwest Council for Computer Education. Since 2014, she has worked with NCCE leading educators in the Virgin Islands through the Technology Integration to Improve Teaching and Learning Grant.
Her qualifications consist of a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, specializing in Early Childhood Education, from Austin Peay State University and a Master Degree from Walden University in Integrating Technology into the Curriculum. Additionally, she is a member of the National Education Association, Tennessee Education Association, International Society for Technology in Education, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Program, and Microsoft’s Surface Expert Program.