Jennifer Barcavage

Jennifer Barcavage has been teaching at East Pennsboro Area School District for six years. She has taught in Pre-K-4 over the past 12 years and is currently finishing up her Master's in technology instruction. She has been working with the Intermediate Unit since 2012 as part of the iPad Pilot Grant to explore innovative ways to utilize iPads as instructional tools. She is a leader in her district in integrating technology into her daily lessons and works closely with the technology department to help in planning and implementation of technology initiatives with in the district. She supports and works together with her co-workers by running technology workshops including technology summer boot camps. She has a balanced approach to using technology in the classroom and she enjoys working with educators and students to get the most out of technology in education.

Theresa Bartholomew

Theresa Bartholomew is in her third year as a middle school librarian. Before that, she worked for seven years as a high school French teacher. She works with teachers to promote reading, teach research and integrate technology. She works for a Google Apps school district but she has also taken the Eduspire iPads for Education with Jim Gates and now works with him as his assistant. Last year, she presented with a colleague at PETE&C on Paperless Projects.

Dr. James Beeghley

Dr. Beeghley is an educational technologist with over 20 years of experience in integrating technology into the classroom. He is now the Instructional Technology Coordinator for the LCDS.

Todd Berner

Mr. Todd Berner is an upper school history teacher.

Laura Campbell

Laura Campbell is a second grade teacher at Manheim Central School. Laura Campbell has been teaching for eight years. She has taught in two school districts in Central Pennsylvania. Laura has her Master's in Early Childhood Literacy and is currently working on her Master's in Instructional Media (Integrating Technology). She is actively involved in the professional community. She serves as the PTO Representative and sits on the ESAP and Title 1 committee. She is also the Head Coach for Girls on the Run. Laura works avidly to help teachers integrate technology into their classrooms. She presents 'Tech Tips' at monthly faculty meetings, co-wrote a grant to get a classroom sets of IPads in grades K-4, and lead monthly professional development opportunities involving IPad integration.

Julie Devine

For the past 8 years, Julie Devine has been a 5th Grade Teacher & District Technology Coach for Garnet Valley School District in Glen Mills. As a technology coach, she has had the honor of successfully instituting a unique methodologies that have earned her accolades throughout the district. She is ready to expand her professional development skills to all the brave educators ready for change.

Christian Ehrhart

Christian Ehrhart MBA, MED - Christian Ehrhart has been teaching science for 10 years in grades ranging from 7-12 in fully inclusive (LS and ES), regular education, honors level and alternative education. Christian has researched and implemented an educational philosophy over the last eight years that dictates all students learn and are successful.

Michelle Eichelberger

Michelle Eichelberger is a Math/Chemistry/Physics certified teacher and former CFF Coach at McConnellsburg High School. In 2012, she was received a Shippensburg University Exemplary Program Award for her program, Flipping the Classroom Through Technology Integration, and was chosen as one of the four speakers for the presentation. Her program was further acknowledged by the Pennsylvania School Study Council and was awarded the Walter J DeLacy Award for Excellence in Instruction. She also was locally awarded from PASR, the Lauretta Woodson Award in 2011 for working within the district to aid teachers with classroom instruction, technology-related matters and utilizing technology within the classroom. Michelle is also a past Keystone Technology Integrator & Mentor.

James Gates

Jim’s career spans over 33 years in public education. He started sharing “Computer Tips” in 1993 and in 2001 he created his blog called, “Tipline – Gates Computer Tips.” His blog ( won the 2007 Edublogs Award for the Best Resources Sharing Blog.
Jim received the 2009 Pioneer Award from the PA Association for Educational Communications & Technology (PAECT) in recognition of his lifetime leadership role in instructional technology. Jim has won both a National Gold and a National Bronze Award for a monthly column he wrote for Child Guide Magazine.
Jim has a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology from Bloomsburg University. Jim has been a participant at many conferences including Pete & C and ISTE for many years. He is the owner of his own consulting company called GatesIdeas.

Alicen Hoy

Alicen Hoy has been involved in education for nine years. She taught various social studies classes at Avon Grove High School in West Gove, PA before becoming a teacher at Dauphin County Technical School. Last year, she was hired as the Technology Integration Specialist and still currently holds the position. Alicen earned her Bachelors in Psychology Education from the University of Delaware and recently earned her Masters in Educational Technology with a certificate in Technology Integration from Boise State University.

Ann Johnston

Ann is the Program Specialist for Instructional Technology Services at the Lincoln Intermediate Unit (LIU). She provides professional learning opportunities in all areas of educational technology to districts and schools in the LIU region and beyond. Ann has presented for local, state, and national conferences including PETE&C, PASCD, and ISTE. Ann also teaches the iPads in Education graduate course through Eduspire.

Jamie Keenan

Jamie Keenan is a first grade teacher at Manheim Central School District. Jamie Keenan has been teaching for 12 years. She has taught in different states, including New York and Indiana. Jamie has her Master's in Elementary and Special Education and has recently completed her administrative certification. She is actively involved in the professional community. She serves as the K-4 Language Arts Instructional Facilitator and sits on the Child Study and ESAP committees.

Jamie works avidly to help teachers integrate technology into their classrooms. She presents 'Tech Tips' at monthly faculty meetings, co-wrote a grant to get a classroom sets of IPads in grades K-4, and lead monthly professional development opportunities involving IPad integration.

Kathy Kisner

Mrs. Kathy Kisner is an English teacher at Susquenita High School. Throughout her 20 plus years of teaching, she has seen many changes. She strives to encourages her students to use higher order thinking skills as she prepares them for a future where creativity will make a difference. The use of iPads in the classroom this year has allowed Mrs. Kisner to challenge her students with the 3 C’s: Collaboration, Creativity, and Communication. In addition to teaching American Literature, Kathy Kisner also teaches Creative Writing and Literature and Film.

Shlair Klos

Shlair Klos has been with the Central Dauphin School District for nine years and counting, serving as a classroom teacher, ESL teacher, and currently a Data and Instruction Specialist. She is also the technology facilitator for her building, helping teachers to incorporate technology into their daily lessons. She truly enjoys observing her students using technology and watching their faces light up as they make discoveries without even realizing they're learning. Shlair's biggest enjoyment in life is spending time with her two sons and her hubby!

Kim-Kathie Knudsen

KK Knudsen is the Supervisor of Instructional Technology and Online Learning at Palmyra Area School District, Palmyra, PA. In addition to operating the online school, KK provides professional development and instructional tech to support to the district's teachers. Recent district projects include iPad integration in K-12 classrooms, BYOD, and LDC through Google Apps for Education. She has presented at Intermediate Unit 13 (Lancaster-Lebanon, PA) Tech Conference, the Title One Parent Conference, and PETE & C on a variety of topics including, Moodle in the Classroom, 21st Century Learning, and iPads in the Classroom.

Jared Mader

Jared is the Director of Educational Technology for the Lincoln Intermediate Unit. He has led technology integration professional development initiatives. He is a member of the Discovery Educator Network and has been identified as a PDE State Keystone Technology Integrator. He has been a conference and workshop presenter at ISTE, MICCA, PSTA, NSTA, Pete&C, and He also serves as a partner in an educational technology consultancy, EdTechInnovators, providing professional development to districts across the United States and abroad.

Christen Manari

Christen Manari is currently the Instructional Technology Coach (K-5) at Palmyra Area School District, Palmyra, PA. Christen started by integrating iPads and an Apple TV in her own elementary classroom over the past 3 years at Derry Township School District. She has presented at CAIU’s iPad Summit and PETE & C for the past two years regarding the use of iPads and an Apple TV in the Elementary Classroom. Christen now works at Palmyra supporting K-5 teachers and students with integrating the latest technology to enhance learning. She supports teachers with professional development and through the Eduspire “iPads in Educations” graduate course she teaches a few times a year.

Kimberly Mathews

Kimberly Matthews is an educator for the Capital Area Intermediate Unit, and currently works with children in grades K-12 in the Hospital School Program at Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Sign Language Interpretation from Bloomsburg University, as well as a Master's Degree from Temple University in Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology. She is certified in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Mid-level English. In her current position, Kimberly and her colleagues educate school-age children in the hospital setting, while at the same time, offering support and information to patients, families, and staff on best practices in education in relation to the student population of chronically ill children.

Stacy Morris

Stacy Morris has been teaching 8 years for West Shore School District. She started as an elementary computer teacher, integrating technology into classroom and then became a first grade teacher. Today she is a technology instructional advisor, K-12. Stacy enjoys helping teachers integrate technology into the classroom and loves working with students.

Megan Motto

Megan Motto received her B.A. in History and teaching certification from Misericordia University and earned a Masters of Education in Special Education from Millersville University in 2011. She has been teaching at Dauphin County Technical School for four years providing learning support and direct instruction in American history and American government.

Jill Neuhard

Jill Neuhard is the Supervisor of Instructional Technology with the Capital Area Intermediate Unit and the Comprehensive Planning Statewide Project Coordinator for PDE. Prior to joining the CAIU in 2009, Jill was a Curriculum Integration Specialist, Instructional Advisor, and classroom teacher at the West Shore School District since 1998. Jill is a graduate of West Virginia University with Bachelor degrees in Elementary Education and English and received her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Pennsylvania State University in 2006. She also holds her Superintendent Letter of Eligibility with the PA Department of Education.

Maria Petro

Mrs. Maria Petro is an English teacher at Susquenita High School. Over the last two years, she has fully integrated the iPads into her curriculum making her classroom virtually paperless. Mrs. Petro uses technology to motivate her students to produce work that not only shows their understanding of the material, but also encourages creativity and higher order thinking. She teaches ninth grade English/Language Arts and British Literature.

Carol Roth

Carol Roth is a Secondary Level Instructional Technology Coach, an instructor with Eduspire, an adjunct with York College, and continues to assist the district with the implementation of the 1:World Initiative throughout the district. Carol’s educational background includes a BS in Secondary Earth & Space Science Education from Millersville University, a M.Ed. in 21st Century Teaching and Learning, as well as an Administrative and Supervisory Certificate from Johns Hopkins University in conjunction with ISTE. Carol is also a former high school Earth & Space Science teacher, was part of the Classrooms for the Future program and was a Keystone Technology Integrator.

Jeff Rothenberger

Jeff Rothenberger comes with twenty-two years of classroom experiences; two years as a Technology Integration Specialist, K-12 in the Solanco School District; eight years as the Secondary Technology Coordinator for curriculum and instruction with the Warwick School District; and the past four years as the Program Administrator in the Office of Professional Development and Curriculum specializing in Educational Technology Services for the Berks County Intermediate Unit #14. He also is a corporate professor for Harrisburg University and Wilkes University for their educational technology graduate programs.
He has made similar presentations on Nearpod at EdCamp Harrisburg, ISTE 2012 (PLN affiliate session) in San Antonio, ISTE 2013 (Ignite Session) in Atlanta, PETE&C 2014 and a poster session at PETE&C 2014, PA State-wide Curriculum Coordinators Mtg., Mobile Learning & Teaching Summit, and Teaching and Learning iPad Conference. He uses this app and it’s amazing features during many trainings, seminars, and summer workshops. This program/app and its instructional change are just being explored and he feels it is worthy for all educators who have access to any electronic device be aware of the instructional and pedagogical changes it provides.

Dawn Sanderson

Dawn Sanderson has been teaching 17 years for West Shore School District. She is a member of the iPad Pilot Project sponsored by the CAIU and Apple. This year, Dawn looped with her second graders and is teaching third grade. She enjoys integrating technology and iPads into all areas of her day!

Samantha Schultz

Samantha Schultz is in her sixth year of teaching social studies at Dauphin County Technical School. Samantha earned her undergraduate degree in social studies education from Shippensburg University and earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Edinboro University in the Spring of 2012.

John Sengia

John Sengia MED - is an Instructional Technology Specialist at SGASD. Prior to his current role, John taught science for 13 years in grades 7-12. John has worked closely with teachers to utilize student personal devices and school owned iPads in enhancing classroom instruction.

Terrance Shepler

Mr. Terrance Shepler is an educator who uses technology on a daily basis as tool to deliver content is his classroom. Currently an eighth grade social studies teacher at Susquenita School District, he has has helped to lead the the district in development and integration of technology with a focus on 1:1 iPad use. Terrance has spent the past 3 summers instructing teachers on ways of implementing technology in their own classroom. He also has been creating U.S History iBooks from digital content available to him on the web. He is thrilled to be in a district that has provided him with the tools to take his students into the technological age that we face today.

Susan Smith
Susan Smith serves as the technology trainer for the Educational Technology Division for the Lincoln Intermediate Unit. She attended Penn State University and graduated with a History Honors Degree. As a graduate teaching assistant at Penn State she taught Middle Eastern and Colonial American History. She earned a teaching certification for York College. As a GED teacher for the LIU Special Projects Division, she designed a technology curriculum for adult students. Since 2000, she has taught LIU and district staff how to use technology. In addition, she has earned her Master’s in Educational Technology for the Classroom from Wilkes University and now teaches as an adjunct professor for them. Susan is the author of the, The ABC’s of PSU, a Penn State Primer, Jake the Melancholy Snake and other short stories.

Lisa Turner

Lisa Turner is an English teacher and technology coordinator at Central York High School, an instructor with Eduspire, an adjunct with Ashford University and was an integral part of the implementation of the 1:World Initiative at the high school. Lisa’s educational background includes a BA in Secondary English Education from York College, a M.Ed. in Teaching and Curriculum from Penn State University, as well as an Ed.D. in Educational Technology Management from Northcentral University.

Kevin Windsor

For the past ten years, Kevin Windsor has been a 4th Grade Teacher & District Technology Coach for Garnet Valley School District in Glen Mills, PA. As a technology coach, he has had the privilege of utilizing the latest technologies into his classroom. The 1:1 iPad initiative has allowed his students to exceed expectations of core curriculum and walk away from 4th grade as high-powered problem solvers.