ETC students are able to declare a concentration along with their MET. Attached is the latest list of elective courses for each concentration. ETC students should see their handbook for more information on how to apply for a concentration.
Dr. Todd Keruskin joined the Elizabeth Forward School District in Elizabeth, PA, as an assistant superintendent in 2009 after serving for 13 years first as a physics and math teacher and then as a high school administrator for two other school districts in the Pittsburgh region. Elizabeth Forward School District has been named a Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools from Washington, DC and Apple Inc. recognized the school district as an Apple Distinguished Program under his tenure. THE Journal recognized Dr. Keruskin as one of the top innovative administrators in the country and EdSurge and Digital Promise presented Dr. Keruskin the 2016 Learning Ninja award in Silicon Valley, California, because of his development of a high school gaming curriculum, FABLabs, converting traditional school libraries into media centers, 1:1 iPad initiative, personalized learning and the founder of the Pittsburgh FAB Institute/Network. Dr. Keruskin works with schools across the world focusing on technology integration for deeper level of learning, personalized learning and the maker movement.