Jon Corippo's Bio

Jon Corippo's  Bio



Email: jcorippo@gmail.com        Twitter: @jcorippo     cell: 559-676-1935


            Awards and Honors            
             Speaking Engagements
 Camps and Event Leadership
Apple One Best Thing Selection  2014 Apple Leadership Event Saint Louis 2014   Co-Founder Ed Camp Yosemite
 2014 CUE GOLD DISK Honoree  Nashville Public Schools
All Star Teacher Program - 2014
 CUE Rock Star Napa Lead
CUE Rock Star Saugatuck Lead - 2014
 2011 Apple Distinguished Educator
Apple Leadership Events Ohio 2011   CUE Rock Star Strand at ISTE 2012
 2011 Google Certified Teacher
Kern CUE Keynote Address
 Creator of CUE Rock Star Teacher Camps
 2011 YouTube Star Teacher
Apple Executive Briefings 2011, 2012,2013
 CUE @ Macworld Ed Tech Strand
 2010 Madera County Teacher of the Year
CUE Presenter 2013, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008 Google Workshop for Educators
 Fall CUE 2011
 2010 Best of CUE Presenter  CVCUE Presenter 2011, 2010, 2009  CalStateTeach Ed Tech Trainer 2012
 2010 CVCUE Teacher of the Year
   Macworld Expo CUE Ed Strand 2010, 2011, 2012
 WWEDU Training, Wels, Austria April 2012
 Designer of the CUEMACUL Road Trip Apple Institute Presenter 2013   Event Director CUE  Rock Star USS Hornet

Teaching Credentials: Multiple Subject (CLAD), English Single Subject, Administrative Clear Credential

Born 1964, Paso Robles, Ca     Graduated Paso Robles High School, 1982

Lived at Mammoth Lakes and worked at Warming Hut 2, Winter 1982/3

Attended Fresno City College 1983/84, General Ed, played football (Second team all conference as a sophomore)

Attended California State University, Fresno, 1985-1988, graduated in Journalism/Advertising, helped lead the CSUF Advertising Team to
Regional Championships and National Top 10 Finishes in 1987-1988. Played football on a team that went 20-2-1 over two years and
finished sixteenth in the nation in 1985. Served as a graduate assistant defensive coach for two years.

Began teaching career in Clovis Unified in 1996, Golden Apple award winner, served in tech support on site role
and nominated for Disney teacher of the year. Taught multiple levels of ELD students in a self contained classroom. 

Moved to Coarsegold Unified, winner of the United States Rural Technology Teacher of the Year Award (FRED award) in 2003. Attended Teach the Teachers
as a member of the group that would eventually form the Video in the Classroom CUE SIG and listserv. Ran a weekly TV show on campus that operated totally
on donations and sales. Served concurrently as district Site Council chairperson, District Tech Coordinator, District ERATE Coordinator, and District Facilities chairperson.  

Accepted a position with CTAP7, headquartered in the Fresno County Office of Education. Trainer of teachers (developed dozens of customized
workshops on wireless tablets, doc cameras, projectors, iPods, video, and so on), Served as regional tech plan liaison, teach plan Reader A and Reader B,
developed regional tech plan wiki, facilitated growth of the Slick Rock film festival from 15 competing high schools to 39 competing high
schools and 100% growth in entries, developed the "Road to Slick Rock" fall contest in partnership with Comcast, developed the Slick Rock Summer Media Academy
(5 day camp for students and teachers), trained teachers at the Teach the Teachers venue, Robert Louis Stevenson school, multiple CVCUE appearances,
FCOE's Tenaya Conference for Administrators 2006 and 2007, and custom workshops throughout CTAP Region 7. Worked closely with vendors and county
offices to develop IT Leadership workshops, summer technology camps. Worked with the Krause Foundation to develop an 8 day summer tech integration camp.

2008, accepted a position with Chawanakee Unified as Instructional Technology Coordinator, specifically to develop a 21st Century Style high school
focused on technology and careers. Worked on instruction design and practice with staff, developed assessments, coordinated all necessary elements for
the use of Macbooks in a one to one environment, use of Google Apps for Education, deployed wireless tablets, personal response systems, document cameras
and trained staff on their use and integration. Attended CETPA, fall CVCUE (presenter), and CLMS/HS Monterey, and presented on three topics at CUE 2009.

In 2010, Jon was selected as Madera County Teacher of the Year, a "Best of CUE" presenter, an Apple
Distinguished Educator, a Google Certified Teacher and YouTube Star Teacher.

Jon served at Minarets HS as the Charter Director and District Technology Director for Chawanakee Unified from 2008 - 2013, in which
time Minarets gained WASC accreditation, sent over 80% of their graduating classes to college, was named an Apple Distinguished School
twice in a row, named National FFA Champions and garnered their first ever CIF Sectional Sports Title in Volleyball.

Jon is the mastermind behind the CUE Rock Star Teacher Camps, which have become a nationwide education-change movement.

Jon developed the CUEMACUL Roadtrip, where a group of 6 GCTs travelled by RV from Fresno to
Detroit for the MACUL conference in 2013, and then did over 36 presentations for the great folks in Michigan.

Jon was a faculty member for the Google Teacher Academy held in Mountain View in July 2014.

Jon helped co-found EdCampYosemite in 2014.

Jon has recently served as the  Assistant Superintendent and Technology Director for the Mariposa Unified County School System.

This Spring, Jon will be Keynoting at The Ed Tech Team Google Summit in Templeton CA:

Jon will also be doing three spotlight speaking sessions at CUE 15 in Palm Springs






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Apr 11, 2012, 12:16 PM
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