Steven Caringella National Faculty
Steven Caringella has 16 years of teaching experience at the upper elementary and middle school levels. Most recently, he served four years as an Intervention and Technology specialist at Curtner Elementary in the Milpitas Unified School District. He has spent the last two years as a TK-12 Project Based Learning and Educational Technology Coach. As a district coach, he works with individual teachers and teams at multiple school sites, supporting the district’s personalized learning, project based learning, and technology initiatives.
Steven is also an adjunct instructor at the Krause Center for Innovation at Foothill College. In this role he teaches educational technology courses for K-14 educators, and has coached teachers in the design of technology-rich projects for students during summer institutes. He recently assisted in the creation of a state-approved Certificate of Instructional Technology program for teachers and industry trainers. Steven received a master’s degree in Education from Bethany University and a master’s degree in Instructional Technology from San Jose State University.