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.
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]
With the new course design on the horizon for College Board‘s AP Art History, teachers, programs, and organizations across the country are scrambling to be ready for next year. The new course design, which will have a core of 250 images contained within 10 defined content areas, will begin in the fall of 2015 with… [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