George Lucas Educational Foundation

Gene Carboni

usiness/Technology Chair at Father Judge High School for Boys in Philadelphia, PA. He attended St. Joseph's University Evening College and started teaching in Adult Education in 1984. My wife, Elaine teaches 8th Grade ELA and my son, Geno is a High School, Social Studies teacher.

My Powerful Learning Practice, PLP experience started in 2008 as Team Leader for my school's team. Since that time I've been a PLP Fellow and presently I work as a Connected Coach with PLP. I am active in various online educational communities, as well as an avid Twitter user (@gcarboni) who has a passion for sharing good educational resources to facilitate change. From 2011 to 2014 I was a member of The University of Pennsylvania's Distributed Leadership team and serve on my school's Technology Vision & Planning team. I dedicate my time to developing in-house staff development for 50+ teachers, administrators, and support staff. I have presented at various diocesan Technology In-services hosted by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and The Connelly Foundation. I had the honor of being named a Diocesan Technology Star in 2009 and a Keystone Star in 2014 and recently earned my Google Educator Certification. My site Play to Learn & Learn to Share is a site focused on helping educators embrace change and engage their students with new technologies making them ready to enter the 21st Century Workforce.

Areas of Interest: 
Teacher Professional Development,
Technology Integration

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