Charlotte Chauvin has been in the educational field for over 25 years. She has been working for Kansas City Public Schools since 1998. Prior to that she taught and owned her own computer instruction business, serving nine schools in Rhode Island. She earned her MA in Instructional Technology from Lesley University. A majority of her teaching experience has been in the technology field. She wore the title of computer teacher before she became an Instructional Technology Resource Teacher in 2001.
She has had the privilege of presenting at the International Society of Technology Education (ISTE) twice. In 2009, she presented the KCPS Digital Citizenship curriculum at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. The district's presentation was one of fourteen chosen to spotlight student use of technology for our Congressmen and international affiliates. In 2011, she presented the KCPS Intelligent Classroom Project in Philadelphia for ISTE's special interest group on universal design. She has also presented as the keynote speaker for the 2011 Missouri Gifted Association Conference, for MoreNet, and multiple times for KCTechNet on topics such as Curriculum Mapping, Digital Citizenship and Distant Learning.