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Workshop Leaders

Lead facilitators for Storychaser workshops are experienced, certified classroom teachers and/or university faculty with extensive experiences both leading and designing effective adult professional development with technology tools. The facilitator who leads your workshop will depend upon scheduling and availability. At the time you request a workshop, you can request a specific workshop leader.

Here are short bios of our primary workshop leaders.


Dana Owens-Delong

Dr Owens-Delong is a Professor of Education at Southwestern Christian University in Bethany, Oklahoma. She previously served as the Director of Technology for the College of Education at the University of Central Oklahoma, and was a full professor at UCO in the College of Education. Read the January 2013 article, “Dr. Owens-Delong Brings Wealth of Experience to Teacher Education Program” for more background about Dana.


Dawn Danker Pearce

Dawn has extensive educational administration and classroom teaching experience with a variety of organizations including Yukon Public Schools, Oklahoma A+ Schools, The Oklahoma State Department of Education (Instructional Technology Department) and Oklahoma City Public Schools. Follow Dawn on Twitter @dmdanker.


Don Wilson

Dr. Don Wilson is the Coordinator of Educational Technology for the Canadian Valley Technology Center in El Reno, Oklahoma. Don has extensive experiences as a school district administrator, library media specialist, and classr0om teacher in MidDel Public Schools and Oklahoma City Public Schools. Follow Don on Twitter @drwilson.


Wesley Fryer

Dr. Wesley Fryer is a digital learning consultant, author, digital storyteller, educator and change agent. He is the author of two books, “Mapping Media to the Common Core: Vol I.” (2013) and “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing” (2011). Follow Wes on Twitter @wfryer.

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