1971 - 1980 Various chemical engineering positions / 1983 - 2014 Science teacher at Conestoga High School / Retired
Specialize in the development and use of technology including computer based instruction for classroom use including software in a computer lab setting, computer based demonstrations using a projector, computer assessment, and Internet based learning and Blended Learning. Continually developing new curriculum materials using new technology.
Participant in both Drexel and University of Pennsylvania RET Nanotechnology Programs / Finalist in SAS InSchool Creative Teacher Award / Gave several NSTA Presentations including Creating Stimulating Simulations / Member of Franklin Institute's Online Museum Educators and developed web site - The Secret Lives of Energy / Entered ThinkQuest's Teacher for Tommorow Contest and developed web site called Science Works / Multimedia Science blog: http://www.sln.org/csi/hughes/energy_us.html
BS Chemical Engineering, Drexel University / MA Education, Widener University / + 60 graduate credits / PA Instructional II Certification - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics / PA Supervisory Certification - Science & Curriculum & Instruction / Post Masters Certification - Instructional Technology
Owner of a company called Multimedia Science that develops educational software teacher tools and titles in physics, chemistry, and general science. Enjoy bridge, tennis, reading science and science fiction.