About Camilla Gagliolo
Instructional Technology Coordinator, Arlington Public Schools, Washington, DC
Camilla Gagliolo holds a position as an Instructional Technology Coordinator in Arlington County Public Schools in Virginia, facilitating and leading technology integration to enhance teaching and learning for students and teachers. Her passion for innovation in education has made her one of the leaders in implementing new technologies in all curriculum areas internationally. Camilla works to improve education, for all learners, through innovative uses of modern multimedia technology and contemporary research. She has lead project that integrate mobile learning into classroom learning using iPod, iPod Touch, Nintendo DS and recently iPad devices. Camilla has lead several international webinars on the use of iPad in Education for ISTE Professional Development.
Educated in Sweden and the US, she maintains an informed global perspective through a very active schedule of professional involvement. She has served on the European Council of International Schools Technology Committee and as a Co-facilitator for ASCD’s Overseas and International School Network. Camilla is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Smart Exemplary Educator.
Camilla is a past ISTE Board member (2006-2010) and serves as an advisory to the ISTE Conference Program Committee. Camilla served on the ISTE Board of Directors as the Special Interest Group Representative and was elected to serve on the ISTE Executive Board Committee. She has served ISTE as the President of SIGTC (2002-2006). Camilla is currently serving as the Chair of ISTE Board’s International Committee (2002-2008) and as the Chair of the SIG Board Committee. Camilla commenced her involvement with ISTE by participating in expert forums building ISTE’s NETS for students, teachers and administrators and is continuously involved with the NETS refresh process. She has also been integrally involved with NECC 2003-2009 and ISTE 2011 Conference as a member of the ISTE Program Advisory Program Committee and as Proposal Review Chair for the Professional Development and Online Professional Development strands, as well as Global Gallery. She was proud to serve ISTE and NECC as the Regional Conference Chair for NECC 2009 in Washington, D.C.
Camilla received the National School Board Association’s ” 20 to Watch” award in 2010. This special tribute was created to identify emerging education technology leaders who will inspire student and help shape the national education conversation for the next 20 year. Camilla was nominated for her passion for learning with mobile devices in education and for developing global learning opportunities for students and teachers.