Classroom observation that provides data on teacher effectiveness and impact on student learning
Lee Ngo is an professor, mentor, education entrepreneur, community organizer, and event facilitator based in Pittsburgh.
Technology Teacher at St. Louise de Marillac Catholic School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a Keystone Star Technology Innovator, 2014 PAECT Teacher of the Year, has been teaching grades k-8 for 18 years, serves on local and national educational boards, and is a veteran conference presenter.
Kris Hupp, the 21st Century Teaching & Learning coach at Cornell School District was recognized nationally last fall by EdSurge and Digital Promise with a DILA (Digital Innovation and Learning Award); Kris teaches college in high school government through La Roche College and is a member of the Remake Learning Digital Corps.
Sandra Calgaro has 20 years experience teaching children, educators and corporate employees how technology can enhance their lives including her current position as a Professional Development Specialist on-loan to ASSET STEM Education from the Quaker Valley School District where she taught technology (Edgeworth Elementary).
Experienced ed tech leader with an educational, IT and business background in both the public and private sector - passionate about teacher professional development and inquiry based learning.
Justin Aglio is the Director of Innovation at Montour School District. Justin was recognized by the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) as the 2014 Outstanding Leader of the Year and 2013 International Society for Technology of Education (ISTE) as an Emerging Leader. Justin was one of three featured principal’s in the book Best Practices of Literacy Leaders. Justin is a board member of The Flipped Learning Network, a member of the Design Team at the Fab Lab Carnegie Science Center, and Co-Organizer of EdCampPGH. Justin was also selected to participate in the Presidential Maker Roundtable discussion at the White House in 2015.
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