I’m a researcher who studies cognition, learning, teaching, and how technology can support these. I’m also an evangelist for effective, innovative, research-based instruction, and at times a teacher of teachers (“teacher professional development”). My educational degrees were in physics and my “discipline” is physics education research, but my interest and attention encompasses the sciences, mathematics, and other technical fields as well.
I want this web site to be a comprehensive, integrated professional and personal online portfolio and a resource for others. To that end, I will be adding more content, and upgrading the organization as I go. At present, there’s not much here, but you might find the following links useful.