Director of Technology & Innovation
Director of Technology David Knapp began serving the district in August of 2014; the expert in instructional technology joined the Tiger administrative team to orchestrate district’s efforts.
Knapp earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Ohio University in 2007, and earned his master’s in instructional technology from the University of Nebraska Kearney in 2014. Knapp is currently working to earn his master’s in educational leadership from the University of Cincinnati. He began serving students as a physical science teacher in the Hamilton City School District (2008-2014), and in 2012, in addition to his teaching duties, he was named a technology learning consultant for that district. In 2013, Knapp transitioned into a fulltime technology instructional coach role. Knapp has been a featured conference presenter, has worked as an instructional technology consultant for Miami University, and is a Google Education Trainer.
to learn more about Loveland's instructional technology program, and to read David's blog.
to read about the Tiger One-to-World Initiative which seeks to provide access to technology and electronic devices to all Loveland students across the district.
Click here to watch a video capturing David's thoughts on the future of instructional technology for Loveland students.