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Joquetta Johnson

Library Media Specialist
Randallstown High School
Baltimore County Public Schools

Joquetta L. Johnson is an award-winning library media specialist, Google Certified Innovator, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, and PBS Digital Innovator. As an educator for social justice, Joquetta's favorite part of the job is leveraging technology, hip-hop and culturally relevant pedagogies to excite, engage, empower, and enable ALL students to enjoy learning while achieving academic success and pursuing personal interests.

With more than 20 years of experience in librarianship, educational technology, and higher education Joquetta is a highly sought-after keynote speaker, national presenter, and knowledge broker. Known for her passion-driven and energetic presentation style, Joquetta inspires educators and leaders to "think, teach and lead as if, there is no box," by infusing 21st Century teaching, learning, and technologies and pedagogies into their practices.

Joquetta continues to implement best educational practices as a high school library media specialist in Baltimore County, Maryland and as an adjunct instructor at Morgan State University in the School of Education and Urban Studies.  She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in curriculum and teaching.  Her research interest lies in the implementation of hip-hop based education as a culturally responsive pedagogy to cultivate student engagement and achievement in urban learning environments.  

 

Computers in Libraries 2018

Tuesday April 17, 2018

1:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

E103: Student Research Gets Personal: Independent Research Seminars

Computers in Libraries 2016

Tuesday March 8, 2016

1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

E103: Teaching Screenagers in the Land of Click, Slide, and Touchscreen

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