Google Certified Trainer (2014)
Google Education Certification in Google Apps and Google Chrome (2014)
Master's in Education, 2014: Learning, Design and Technology; The Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pa.
Educational Technology Integration Certificate from The Pennsylvania State University (April, 2014)
Google Education Certificate of Achievement (February, 2014)
Mickelson ExxonMobile Teachers Academy, New Orleans, La. (July, 2011) Participated in Teachers Academy for math, science and technology teachers.
ISTE (International Society for Technology Education). Annual Conference. Digital Documentaries: Engage and Connect, Philadelphia, Pa. June, 2011. Presentation on incorporating digital documentaries in the classroom.
Awarded National Endowment of the Humanities Grant A Revolution in Government: Philadelphia, American Independence and the Constitution, 1765-1791 (July, 2010)
Ellis Island digital storytelling project featured in Save Ellis Island Summer 2009 Newsletter
(July, 2009) Ellis Island documentary
Awarded National Endowment of the Humanities Grant A Rising People: Benjamin Franklin and the Americas, a week-long summer Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop (July, 2009)Received Tech4Learning Innovative Educator Award (April, 2009)Student project featured in the Spring, 2009 issue of the Creative EducatorFlemington-Raritan Regional School District, Certificate of Recognition for the Advancement and Promotion of Technology Education (February, 2009)NJASA (New Jersey Association of School Administrators) Techspo Conference
Positively Powerful Primary Projects, Atlantic City, NJ, January, 2009. Presentation on how to incorporate digital storytelling projects in the classroom.
AIHE (American Institute for History Education) Ellis Island,
Reading, Pa., June 21, 2008. Presentation focused on the impact of the 1891 immigration legislation mandating health as a condition for entry into the U.S. Awarded National Endowment of the Humanities Grant Immigration, Religion and Culture on New York's Lower East Side, a week-long summer Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop (July, 2008)
Participant in this NEH workshop exploring the ways various immigrant groups adapted their religion and culture to New York City, and the nature of the interactions between these groups on the Lower East Side. Ellis Island digital storytelling project featured in Tech4Learning Classroom Integration Ideas (December, 2008)
Awarded National Endowment of the Humanities Grant Ellis Island: Public Health, and the American Workforce, 1891 - 1924 a week-long summer Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop (July, 2007)
Participant in the NEH workshop led by immigration scholars and public health historians on Ellis Island. U.S. Department of Education Teaching American History Grant
(2004 - 2007)
Participant in Overcoming Obstacles to Liberty colloquium. This is a Federally-funded Professional Development Program for History and Social Studies Teachers.