Presentation Proposals for Keep Indiana Learning

Presentation Proposals for Keep Indiana Learning

Written by: Kara Heichelbech

July 24, 2020

Do you love to share with others? Are you passionate about professional development aiding in the learning and growth of educators? Are you a student, parent, or community partner who wants to share your voice?  We are seeking presenters to be featured on our Keep Indiana Learning interactive professional development hub. Keep Indiana Learning (KInL) provides Indiana educators with an empowering and collaborative network to transform teaching and learning resulting in relevant, engaging, and equitable learning opportunities for all Indiana students. KInL wants to not only provide resources and best practices in our profession, but also create a space where educators, students and families can connect and learn from peers across the state. We know our state has an astonishing amount of talent and experience, which we would like to showcase on our hub. If you are interested in adding professional development to our hub, please submit your proposal on our website. After you submit your proposal, we will send an email within 10 business days with more information. If you have any questions regarding the hub, please send your inquiry to The Central Indiana Educational Service Center (CIESC) launched Keep Indiana Learning (KInL) in 2020 as another of its innovative programs and services that enhance academic achievement and operational efficiencies. CIESC is committed to Support & Serve.


  • Kara Heichelbech is currently the Innovation & Learning Manager for Indiana Online, a department of Central Indiana Education Services Center. She graduated with a BS in Marketing from Indiana University, and after 10+ years in corporate America, Kara completed a transition-to-teaching program and earned her MAT and MBA from the University of Indianapolis. As an educator, Kara has served many different roles, including classroom teacher, department chair, instructional e-coach and administrator. She has been involved in many technology related aspects at her various schools, and serves on the Indiana Connected Educators board. She also presents at various state and national conferences sharing her love for technology integration with colleagues.

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