Hello! I am in my 17th year of public school education and have had the privilege of working at every level K-12. My focus has always been on supporting student learning and helping teachers and administrators with their professional growth. I have been a leader in the use of data and instructional technology for the past 15 years. My experience as a high school teacher, middle school assistant principal, elementary and middle school principal, and assistant superintendent for instruction allow me to develop materials that are easily understood and used by fellow educators.
This is what other educators say about my teaching style: "Eric is very knowledgeable. I know that my district could benefit from a more intensive session so that we can progress in this area." "What a knowledgeable curriculum leader! Dr. Levitt has been teaching me for years. He truly understands the importance of knowing where students are functioning and what types of instructional providers need to be in the classrooms." "What I learned from Eric: Not only should data be transparent to the various publics, but data must be carefully explained so that it can be understood."
ASCD Emerging Leader Class (2007) - designed to prepare younger, diverse educators for potential influence and ASCD leadership. Master Teacher Fellowship - Wake Forest University (1994)
Ed.D. Curriculum & Instruction: University of South Carolina (2008) M.Ed. Educational Leadership: Converse College (2003) MA.Ed. Secondary Teaching: Wake Forest University (1999) B.S. Political Science & HIstory: James Madison University (1993)
South Carolina ASCD Past President (2011) Authored three books on instructional technology: Web-Based Learning: A Practical Guide (2001) Technology Timesavers: Simple Steps to Increasing Classroom Productivity (2003) Digital Cameras in the Classroom (2003)