Saint Joseph's University

Paul Sanfrancesco

For over 20 years, Paul Sanfrancesco has worked in Catholic, private, and public

education, including as teacher, assistant principal and Director of Technology and in collegiate teaching at Saint Joseph’s University, Neumann University and Immaculata University.  The National School Boards Association named him one of the “20 to Watch" educators for his work in Instructional Technology. He was the 2017 runner up for National Technology Leader of the Year for Technology and Learning Magazine. Mr. Sanfrancesco has been featured in Tech & Learning, School CIO, EdTech Mag, and Catechetical Leader and presents at local, regional, and national convocations.

Courses Taught:

  • Technology Planning Across the Curriculum
  • Technology Applications for the Classroom
  • Research in Instructional Technology
  • Instructional Design
  • Applying Theories of Learning to Interactive Technologies
  • Multimedia Productions
  • Introduction to Interactive Technologies
  • Instructional Applications for Internet
  • Networks/Configurations
  • Distance Learning


  • Mater of Education,  Curriculum, Instruction and Technology -Temple University
  • Bachelor of Science in Education, Secondary Education- Millersville University

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