Areas of educational interest: Maximizing learning through technology; new methods of communication and their effects on the learning process; trends that affect the school, classroom, teacher and student; best practices for teaching and learning.
Why I’m involved in EFF: I am looking to discuss critical issues in education with the best thinkers from across the globe, and eventually to develop strong collaborations that can help to achieve success in these issues.
Peter Cevenini is the education and workforce development lead for the Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG) in North America. IBSG consults with many of the world’s leading companies and governments to help them become more effective through changed business processes and intelligent technology deployment.
Before joining Cisco, Peter spent 17 years as a public educator, serving in various roles including curriculum specialist, local director and high school principal (a position he held for nine years). Peter designed, built and opened North Point High School, one of Cisco’s premier 21st century schools, which has received state, national and international recognition. Peter also teaches graduate-level statistics part-time at The George Washington University in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development.
Peter brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of education and workforce development to the practice. He has detailed knowledge of curriculum and instruction, education technology, special education, career and technology education and administration, career awareness, training and re-skilling.