Harvey Scribner

Harvey has been helping educators in various schools around the Philadelphia area navigate educational technology tools since 2009.  As a teacher technology leader for the School District of Philadelphia, working in schools across the city, he has helped with numerous technology projects that enhanced the teaching and learning experiences for thousands of students.  He also has experience with instructional design and curriculum development for engineering, computer science, esports, and other STEM courses.  Harvey has experience with Google Applications for Education, both Microsoft and Apple product suites, computer science learning platforms, and hundreds of educational software packages for building and maintaining websites, multimedia presentations, computer-aided design, and digital arts disciplines.  As a professional development leader and facilitator, he has trained thousands of educators in multiple states on the east coast for Code.org since 2014.  Harvey has also helped students at multiple schools start and maintain active eSports programs, and has created and shared a curriculum for eSports in the classroom with other colleagues in the area.
Prior to his career in education, Harvey worked in engineering and architectural sales management.  He also served in the US Army Reserves and the Pennsylvania Army National Guard from 1988 to 2010 and has deployed twice overseas in support of different military operations.  Harvey lives in the Philadelphia area with his wife Jodi, three sons, and two dogs.  He is an Assistant Scoutmaster with Troop 133 in Worcester, and with Troop 182 in Evansburg as well as being a BSA Merit Badge Counselor.  Harvey is also an NRA Certified Instructor and Range Safety Officer.  He is also a coach for many youth sports in his community and a youth leader at his family's church in Harleysville.  Harvey attended St. Pius X High School in Pottstown and grew up in East Greenville in Upper Perkiomen Township.