Natasha Adebiyi is the proud Instructional Technology Specialist for Region IV. She has worked in DeKalb County School district for 8 years. Additionally, she is passionate about integrating technology into the classroom and engaging students in real-world experiences. She supports Region IV schools, Digital Learning Teams, and Liaisons, and is one of the co-directors of the DCSD Technology Competition. She continues to pursue what’s next in education and how we can bring innovation to DCSD to prepare our students for future careers that do not currently exist.
As a lifelong learner, she is currently enrolled in a Doctoral program at Kennesaw State University in Instructional Technology. Her research interest is about in-house Technology Coaches and how it impacts teachers’ technology self-efficacy. She holds a bachelor's degree in early childhood education from Paine College in Augusta, GA, Masters in Teacher Leadership from Augusta State University, and a Specialist in School Improvement with an emphasis on Instructional Technology from the University of West Georgia. She also holds Reading, STEM, Gifted, and ESOL Endorsements. Natasha is passionate and loves what she does!