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John McGowan

John McGowan, Adjunct Professor, teaches Technology Applications for the Classroom and Technology Planning Across the Curriculum at Saint Joseph’s University. He is also a director of educational technology for the Wissahickon School District in Ambler, PA. His other experience includes:

  • Director of Educational Technology, School District of Upper Dublin
  • Director of Technology, School District of Jenkintown
  • Second/third-grade teacher, School District of Jenkintown, Jenkintown Elementary School
  • Computer Instruction Coordinator - K-12, Futurekids Computer Classes for Children


  • Master of Science Educational Technology
    Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
  • Bachelor of Science
    Elementary Education K-6
    Area of Concentration: Social Studies
    Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA

Professional Certifications

  • Educational Administration, Principal Certification
    Penn State University, Malvern, PA
  • Instructional Technology Specialist, Certification
    Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA
  • Elementary Education K-6 Level II
    Instructional Technology Specialist K-12 Level II
  • Principal K-12

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