This is me with my wife Julie and our daughters Meagan (12) and Emma (9).
If you're interested in seeing a map of the places I've lived, click here.
"Hands that can grasp, eyes
that can dilate, hair that can rise
if it must, these things are important
not because a
high-sounding interpretation can be put
upon them but
because they are
useful."Marianne Moore, PoetryAssorted quotes are available here.
The bulk of my professional work is done at Eastern Michigan University, where I am a tenure-track faculty member. One course I teach is EDMT 330, an undergraduate teacher education course on educational technology. The link above will take you to the syllabus and on-line resources for that course.
My graduate work was done at the University of ichigan. The project I was most closely associated with was the Master's and Certification (MAC) program, where I worked with the MAC B cohort. The group consists of teacher education students in language arts, science, social studies, math, and foreign languages.
If you would like specific information on projects I'm currently working on, e-mail me with the subject line "info-request". An automated response system will send you a report on what I'm up to.
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