Diane Lapp, Ed.D., a Distinguished Professor at San Diego State University, is also an Instructional Coach at Health Sciences Middle School in San Diego. Throughout her career, Diane has taught in elementary, middle, and high schools. Her major areas of research and instruction regard issues related to the planning and assessment of very intentional instruction and learning.
Erin Lehmann, Ed.S., spent 10 years as an elementary and middle school teacher before becoming a math coach for the Rapid City Area Schools in South Dakota. In this role, she is able to influence major changes in the teaching of mathematics by coaching beginning and veteran teachers with content, pedagogy, and realistic strategies that support a common sense approach to teaching math. With an M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction and an Ed. S. in Administration, Erin is committed to lifelong learning. Being an experienced teacher and coach gives Erin a platform for presenting at the local and national level. Her belief that all students can and will learn mathematics is the foundation of her work.
Eric LeMoine, M.Ed., is a dynamic and entertaining international presenter for Teacher Created Materials, conducting workshops, seminars, and sessions for educators at various venues and conferences on many topics. Eric has authored, coauthored, and edited several educational resources for Teacher Created Materials including the award-winning TechTools Resource Kits series. Eric has an extensive background in the fields of science and technology.