Anne Mosakowski is an Instructional Technology Specialist and Consultant with a strong background in professional development to help educators focus on integrating technology within the K-12 curriculum. Anne was the Instructional Technology Coordinator for the Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU) and a 21st Century Teaching and Learning Mentor for the Pennsylvania Department of Education. She maintains a wiki for the purpose of sharing instructional technology resources and delivering professional development experiences.

Anne began her career in education as a teacher of young children in first grade and preschool. Other curriculum areas that she coordinated for the DCIU included Economic Education, School to Work and Business Education Partnerships. Anne has a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from West Chester University and Master’s and specialist certification in Instructional Technology from Saint Joseph’s University plus several instructional technology application certifications.

Currently she facilitates online courses titled; Internet for Educators, WebQuests in the K-12 Classroom, and Differentiating Instruction through Technology.

Anne is also active in the community and is a member of the League of Women Voters, American Association of University Women and the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees.