Lisa Anne Floyd loves to share her passion for coding, computational thinking, and physical computing with students and teachers in school districts and educational conferences across Canada and the USA.
She is a PhD Candidate with a focus on coding in teacher education at Western University, in London, Ontario, where she also teaches Computational Modelling in Mathematics and Science Education for preservice teachers in the Bachelor of Education program. Lisa Anne has received several teaching and research provincial and national awards, including the Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Graduate Scholarship Award, and the Rene Descartes Foundation Medal for her contribution to Computer Science Education in Ontario. She has published in several academic journals, book chapters and professional learning blogs. In addition to being a leader in STEM education, Lisa Anne has many years of experience teaching high school Computer Science, Mathematics and Science.