I am the Technology Director at Waynflete School (small, k-12) in Portland, Maine. I’ve been in education for 20 years – first as a classroom teacher and now currently as a technologist. I am co-founder and organizer of Edcamp Maine (March, 2012-2015). Though I am involved in many aspects of technology at the school, I am most interested in how technology is being utilized in the classroom.

In my non-work life, I can be found playing with my two boys, playing ultimate frisbee, or working somewhere outside (until the winter sets in).

2013-14 Finalist for Maine Technology Leader of the Year

Presentations and Workshops

  • Genius Hour: Making the Most of One Hour a Day, NAIS Annual Conference, February 27, 2015
  • Minecraft: Passing Fad or Solid Learning Platform, NAIS Annual Conference, February 26, 2015
  • iPads, iMagination, and 3d Printing, Leveraging Learning Institute (Auburn, ME), November 14, 2014
  • ACTEM Unplugged, ACTEM Maine Education Conference 2014, October 9, 2014
  • What Can You Possibly Learn From Minecraft?, ACTEM Maine Education Conference 2013, October 11, 2013
  • Technology at Waynflete, Grandparents Day, Waynflete School, May 6, 2011
  • “Tech Camp”, Waynflete School professional development, June, 2007 to present: 3-day professional development workshop for Waynflete teachers – I organize, teach, and evaluate.
  • Google Workshops, Yarmouth Google Transition Day, March, 2011 – Google Forms & Surveys, Google Search Tools
  • Moving to Google, ACTEM MaineEd Conference, October, 2010 – Transitioning from Firstclass to Google Apps for Edu
  • Using Google Apps, Whipple Hill Users Conference, July, 2009
  • Technology & Our Children, Waynflete School, March, 2009

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