I am excited to present my best practices from my classroom experience as well my philosophy and opinions on the state of education reform in the United States. I have been called not only engaging and humorous, but also firm and emphatic. When it comes to the future of our students, it is crucial that we engaged in cognitive dissonance and discussion on how to innovate. I use my presentations to drive that conversation forward, whether it is a quick concurrent session as a conference or an igniting keynote.
From Culturally Responsive Teaching and Online Education, to Task Analysis and Project-Based Learning, I provide participants with engaging activities, humorous commentary, and best practices that can be used immediately in the classroom, both elementary and secondary. In a half-day or full-day format, workshops can be customized to meet individual needs. The intensive 3 Day Project Based Learning 101 workshop is affiliated with the Buck Institute for Education and may be arranged through them.
In addition to my many blogs, I publish articles for professional development firms, and am currently drafting content for upcoming book releases. My writing is both focused on larger educational reform issues as well as best practices and advice for teachers in the classroom.