University of Montevallo

Angela Clark Last Updated: 8/30/2021 1:28 PM

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Angela Clark, Ed.S., NBCT

Instructional Technology Specialist

Alabama Technology in Motion

Technology Training Resource Site

 

University of Montevallo Regional Inservice Center

 

2790 Pelham Pkwy

Pelham, AL 35124

O: 205.358.8543

C: 205.582.8185

F: 205.358.8788

Inservice Center Site

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Serving the following LEA's:

Alabama School for the Deaf & Blind
Alabaster City
Bibb County
Chilton County
Coosa County
Homewood City
Hoover City
Mountain Brook City
Pelham City Schools
Shelby County
Sylacauga City
Talladega City
Talladega County
Vestavia Hills City 

Angela Clark currently serves as the Alabama Technology in Motion Specialist for the University of Montevallo Regional Inservice Center in Pelham, AL. Her experience includes over 16 years of secondary classroom teaching and 11 years of technology coaching and leadership.

Prior to joining the ATIM team as a Technology Specialist in May 2021, she held several positions including School Technology Coordinator at Mountain Brook Jr. High School, Technology Program Area Specialist for Shelby County Schools, and District Technology Resource Teacher for Shelby County.

Angela earned her Ed.S. in Instructional Technology from the University of Montevallo in 2016. She also holds a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from William Carey University and a Bachelor of Business Administration fromBitmoji Angie Clark Mississippi State University. She is also a National Board Certified Teacher in AYA-Social Studies and will renew for the second time this year. Angela is an ALTIC Certified Technology Coach through the Alabama Technology Integration Coaches Initiative - Alpha Cohort sponsored by ALET (Alabama Leaders in Educational Technology), and she is currently serving as an adjunct instructor with the University of Montevallo Instructional Technology Ed.S. program.

Angela lives in the Oak Mountain area of North Shelby County and her son is in 4th grade Oak Mountain Intermediate School. She enjoys playing tennis, watching MSU sports, gardening, and the occasional travel adventure to the beach or mountains. In addition to her love for all things technology, she is passionate about inspiring innovation and creative ideas in educators, providing high quality training and support, and building capacity in teachers to grow and reach their full potential.