Menko Johnson is Director of Technology at the Fremont Union High School District focused on effective integration of technology in teaching spaces emphasizing collaboration and flexibility. As a former technology teacher and professional development expert, he is dedicated to helping teachers become more effective, engaging teachers through innovative pedagogies and prudent use of technology. Currently he is part of design team creating a new vision for teaching and learning in the district through innovative spaces, technology and teaching. Formerly at Stanfordâ€™s Wallenberg Hall, Menko was investigating the impact off flexible learning spaces on faculty and student learning experiences. Menko's research focus is on how technology mediates and creates innovative teaching pedagogies. Menko has an M.A. in Instructional Technology and an M.Ed in Elementary Education. He previously helped launch San Jose State's Academic Success Center and managed the Incubator Classroom from 2006-2008.