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Dr. Pastore's Background
Dr. Raymond Pastore is a professor at Bloomsburg University who teaches Educational Technology Courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels to preservice and in service teachers. He received his Ph.D. from Penn State in Instructional Systems in 1994 and has been involved in the field of technology since the 80’s. He has been at the University for 17 years and served as a high school science teacher and guidance counselor for 19 years in the public schools. While at the University, Dr. Pastore established an undergraduate minor in Educational Technology, a graduate program track for the Instructional Technology Specialist Certification, and served as Principal Investigator for the Link to Learn grant which resulted in a complete transformation of the Educational Technology program in the College of Education. Dr. Pastore has presented at numerous state, national, and international conferences. He also serves as an Educational consultant to public schools and has served as as a “Pennsylvania Classrooms of the Future” coach in the public schools.
Dr. Pastore was born and raised in Clairton, PA, a small steel mill town outside of Pittsburgh. He has 3 children: Raymond, who is an assistant professor at University of North Carolina in Wilmington, NC; Nicholas, who is a consultant for Booze Allen Hamilton outside Washington D.C.; and Melissa, who is a senior at The Pennsylvania State University.