Welcome to my portfolio. Here you will find the latest news on the projects I am involved in as well as my academic and professional credentials. I also have outlined some of my major philosophical points on education as well as my views on the integration of technology with education.
Two years ago, I “inherited” a group of students in my first year at Pine Crest to take to New York City to tour the major museums for our AP Art History class. It was a terrific experience and it was one I was looking to repeat each and every year with my students. Sadly,… [Continue Reading]
As promised, here is a copy of my presentation this afternoon, The Maker Movement and Studying History. It is packed with other resources and links, so please grab a copy and do with it what you will! I would love to hear your feedback and comments on what worked for you. Using 3D printing and… [Continue Reading]
One of the fundamental questions educators have is what the future will look like for their students. Our current educational system is undergoing a reformation, faced with the uncertainty and the challenges that await the future. The technology that is available is not only changing human behaviors, but how we interact with information. Gone are… [Continue Reading]
I’ve always been a bit of a tech lover and being in education I have felt the need to fine tune my skills so that I can better meet the demands of my students. In a world where information is becoming increasingly available at our fingertips, it is how we interact with this information that… [Continue Reading]
Since recently taking over the AP Art History program at Pine Crest, it also fell to me to lead the tour to New York City. It’s a tough job…as they say! This trip definitely proved to be an amazing opportunity and experience for our students. The fact that this is sort of a long-standing tradition… [Continue Reading]
Here you can find the latest copy of my curriculum vitae. The file is a .PDF so please make sure you have the proper capabilities to view the file. If you are interested in … Read More
Finis coronat opus. I believe the main focus of any teacher is to render himself or herself obsolete. As the teacher trains the student, the goal should be for the student to … Read More