Technology can be a tool for empowering each of us. We lead, learn and communicate in new ways each day. I truly believe that keeping in tune with those changes  can help us to grow and work more effectively and make a positive difference in the world especially in education.

A lifelong learner and technology education enthusiast, I help leaders to reach their goals using new technologies. I founded Cara Tec, LLC an independent consulting firm. I have taught online college courses for several schools. I also have taught in the Graduate Educational Leadership programs as an adjunct professor. With 19 years experience in various roles as Digital Content Manager for World Meeting of Families 2015 and the Visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia, Technology Director K-12, staff developer, I am enthusiastic about the ways in which technology can support all of us in achieving our goals and making positive impact. I use this blog for celebrating and exploring innovative use of digital technology and social media in and for learning.

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Currently Contributing Editor for Acer Education Blog and SchoolCIO sponsored by Tech&Learning

EdTechK-12 Top 50 Blogger, June 2012

As the Director of Technology at the Archdiocese I worked with teachers and administrators in support of learning through technology related programs and tools. I connect with our schools via several online communities and also via my EngageWithTech wiki. I am a former  Director of Technology, K-12 for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia Catholic Schools. (2006-2011)

  • Member of the Advisory Board for School CIO
  • Member of Education Advisory Board, Acer
  • Contributing Author to More Instructional Strategies for Rigor and Relevance distributed by the International Center Leadership in Education
  • Mercy Vocational Board of Education, since 2012

I have an Instructional Technology Educational Specialist Certification and Masters from St. Joseph’s University. I am grateful for the opportunities to learn continually, hearing ideas, solutions and best practices, from others via my own learning network online.
Twitter: ncara

Linked in: Nancy Caramanico

Independent Consulting Services – Cara Tec www.caratechnology.net



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