Technology Education

  • Technology is all around us and how our students are prepared to interact with such technology is a key aspect of education at Conestoga Valley. The mission statement from the Engineering by Design program is an excellent view into the department’s perception of technology education.

    "We live in a technological world. Living in the twenty-first century requires much more from every individual than a basic ability to read, write, and perform simple mathematics. Technology affects every aspect of our lives, from enabling citizens to perform routine tasks to requiring that they be able to make responsible, informed decisions that affect individuals, our society, and the environment. 
    Citizens of today must have a basic understanding of how technology affects their world and how they exist both within and around technology. Technological literacy is fundamentally important to all students. Technological processes have become so complex that the community and schools collaborate to provide a quality technology program that prepares students for a changing technological world that is progressively more dependent on an informed, technologically literate citizenry." 

     -- Engineering by Design Mission retrieved from

    Dr. Dan Daneker Dr. Daniel G. Daneker, Subject Area Supervisor

    Dr. Daneker has served Conestoga Valley School District for more than 30 years as a middle school and high school science teacher. Dr. Daneker received his undergraduate degree in earth science and biology from Millersville University and general science certificate from Elizabethtown College. His master's degree is in curriculum and instruction from Kutztown University. He holds his curriculum and instruction supervisory and K-12 principal certification from Millersville University and a doctor of education (Ed.D.) in K-12 educational leadership from Immaculata University. Dr. Daneker currently serves the district as the K-12 subject area supervisor for the Sci-Tech department, a combination of the science and technology education departments.


    Phone: (717) 397-5231 ext. 1024 

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