12 years as a High School Art teacher.
Flipped Learning Global Initiative 2016 - The top one hundred k-12 teachers leading flipped learning worldwide*
BA and Teaching Credential from UC Santa Cruz, California
Rob Boriskin – Grew up in Tujunga, a small suburb of Los Angeles. He took his first ceramics class, after returning from a tour in Vietnam, at Moorpark Jr. College in 1968. He continued taking ceramics classes at UC Santa Cruz from 1970 to 1972. Made a very meager living doing ceramics from 1973-1974. In 1975, he began working for the State of California and ceramics became a hobby with wheels and a kiln at home. In 2000, in preparation for retirement from State Government, he started working at UC Davis Craft Center mixing glazes. In 2002, he began teaching Beginning Wheel Throwing at the Craft Center, evenings and weekends. In 2006, after retiring from State Service, he started teaching Ceramics at Christian Brothers High School where he is today. Though he has always enjoyed teaching ceramics, he has never enjoyed it as much as he does today and credits that increased enjoyment to having flipped his classroom.