Kim Estes

I am an educator. a risk taker. creative. innovative. passionate. collaborative. a Starbucks addict. ready to get to work.

Learner and Lover of Technology

After 14 years helping teachers integrate technology into the classroom – I became obsolete. Too much admin – not enough classroom. So…I took a teaching job. Now I’m in the trenches, teaching 9th grade English – and learning just how WRONG I was in my beliefs about ed tech integration. I can’t wait to share what I’ve learned – and to start over with a radical new mindset about teachers, students, and how to help them use technology in the classroom.


I’ve presented at TCEA, ASCD, ISTE, TxGoo, TIA, and several local conferences. I’ve presented for Google, BrightBytes, Nearpod, and other companies.


I’m the proud wife of a retired Navy Chief and the blessed mother of six wonderful kids.  We have 2 wonderful grandkids and the third is on her way! We’re close and love to do things together.

Coffee Required

The day doesn’t start until I’ve had my coffee. If you drive through the Starbucks on Wilshire, you can even order my drink by asking for “a Kim.” 

The Basics

Name: Kim A. Estes

Location: Burleson, TX 


Info: Educator with over 2 decades of experience in education. Total technology nerd. Collaboration is my jam.

What I've Been Up To

Cleburne ISD

07/2016 – Present
English 1, EOC, and Campus Social Media

Burleson ISD

06/2016 – 07/2019
Lead Learning Technologies Coach

Burleson ISD

07/2006 – Present
Learning Technologies Coach

Burleson High School

07/2005 – 07/2006
English I & English III Teacher

Mad Ninja Skills

Professional Development

District and State-wide, training for educational technology integration.

G-Suite for Education

Google Certified Training and District Google Admin. Hosted Google Leadership Symposium and Google Road Show. Presenter for Google at TCEA.


Budget, travel, and supervision for 5 person Learning Technologies Team.

And Then They Said...

“I don’t use technology in my classroom because it’s a buzzword or trend. I use it because connecting my kids with the world will prepare them for the future.” – Geek Diaries