The Learning Space Staff
Diana Eggers was the founding Executive Director of The Learning Space beginning with its establishment as a non-profit corporation in 1999. From 1996-99 Diana served as an original cadre member of The Learning Space grant. She has spearheaded and managed most of The Learning Space's activities to date, including the development of the TeacherSpace on-line Learning Space community, the Intel Teach to the Future project, the Microsoft Innovative Teachers project and many other professional development programs. Diana began her career in education in the Kent (WA) School District where she taught special education, served as the school's special education department head, and worked as an Instructional Technology Coordinator.
Diana is a frequent presenter at educational technology conferences, and is an instructor at City University (WA) in their Masters in Educational Technology Program. She received her Master's degree in Educational Technology from City University and her B.A. in both Special Education and Psychology from Western Washington University. She currently serves on the board of the Washington Digital Learning Commons, the Washington Education Technology Advisory Committee, the Washington Professional Development Planning Committee, and the Seattle Art Museum Education Advisory Committee.
Director, Online Development
Ann McGlone joined the Learning Space in 1996, and is now responsible for all on-line development activities, including the development, customization and delivery of the TeacherSpace system. She has also contributed content for many other Learning Space projects, including Microsoft Innovative Teachers, U.S. Mint and Intel Teach to the Future. Previously Ann worked as a web project manager with Reality Based Learning, Inc. Previously, she was Instructional Technology Coordinator and Technology Specialist for the Kent (WA) School District. She began her career as an educator, spending nine years as an elementary school teacher.
Ann is an instructor in the Masters in Education program at City University (WA) and has been a speaker at numerous local and national conferences. She received her Master's degree in Educational Technology from City University and her B.A. in Elementary Education from Michigan State University.
Manager, Professional Development
Keith Mack has been a devoted Learning Space member since its inception. He has managed the development of content for such diverse projects as the Across Washington, One Voice - One Dream Connections project, numerous WebBytes and the Teacher Training Modules, the collaborative Journey to the Ballot Box project, and the Journey Across America model classroom featured at Tomorrow's Classroom 2000. Prior to joining The Learning Space, Keith taught band, along with 8th-Grade language arts/social studies core, reading, and digital production at Meridian Middle School in Bellingham, WA for 23 years.