Please feel free to browse my site and take a look at my work experience, my educational background, and my references by clicking on these links or the links at the top of this page. Also, you can take a look at the great work in learning support and secondary school assessment that my partner, Elizabeth Meehan has been doing by clicking here.
As for what I like to do when I'm not teaching in the classroom, leading a department, or working with students, teachers, and administrators on using technology effectively in the classroom, I am out taking photographs as often as I can. While I still enjoy shooting 35mm film from time to time and as the availability of the development process allows, I currently am mostly shooting black and white with my Fujifilm X100t. My favorite genres of photography are street and travel. You can check out my work behind the lens by clicking here.
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I am currently a Learning Specialist with Apple, Inc. I travel the United States, working with teachers, administrators, and specialists on the thoughtful integration of technology across the curriculum. I have MYP experience having taught at both the International School of Tanganyika and the Western Academy of Beijing.
The thoughtful, measured, and effective integration of technology in the classroom is my passion. When done correctly, I believe technology can be transformative and allow students to make discoveries and connections that they otherwise might not make without the technology. If not done well, desktops, laptops, and mobile devices will be relegated to productivity tools at best, or shiny, distracting objects at worst.
While working with countless American and international schools and one very innovative technology company, I have learned how to implement, train, and support the effective use of technology as it applies to teaching and learning in a tangible and sustainable way that administrators, teachers, and most importantly students all understand and benefit from.