In the course of a twenty year career in Public Education, I have taught at every grade level from kindergarten through graduate school, served as a building Principal, District Administrator, and State Technology Projects Director. I have co-authored numerous research projects focused on building sustainable models for integrating technology into curricula, instruction and assessment to meet students’ diverse educational needs.
I created and served as the Director of Washington’s first CyberSchool, a highly successful Alternative Learning Program that continues to meet the needs of at-risk students in the Mukilteo School District.
The Milken Family Foundation honored me by presenting me with the Milken National Educator Award in 1997 for his work in advancing 21st Century teaching and learning in Washington State. I was also awarded the Governor’s Commendation for Distinguished Achievement in Education in 1998.
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