The Lyceum

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The Lyceum
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This interactive SMARTboard page allows students to monitor their progress and "swipe in" to class everyday.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

4 years

MY TEACHING STYLE

Flipped Classroom, Gamification

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2012 Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

MAT, Sacred Heart University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Brian attended Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in History and Psychology. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, he was accepted to the Isabelle Farrington College of Education, also at Sacred Heart University, where he earned a Masters in the Art of Teaching with a 4.0 Grade Point Average. Brian is currently continuing his education through blended learning by pursuing a Masters in American History and Government from Ashland University in Ohio while maintaining enrollment in several Coursera offerings per year. In the Fall of 2015, he plans to enroll in UCONN’s Ed.D program to get his Doctorate in Educational Leadership. Brian spent a full year student teaching at High School in the Community in New Haven, CT. They continue to make national news for progressive reforms in both teacher contracts and student learning as they employ a self paced mastery model of learning. Brian now teaches at Putnam High School in the Quiet Corner of Connecticut where he serves as Social Studies Department Chair and was recognized as the 2012 Teacher of the Year. He has been experimenting with varying levels of technology integration and flipped learning after stumbling upon a TED talk by Salman Khan in March 2011 and finding the principles of more intense technology integration both intriguing and inspiring. During the summer months, Brian likes to adventure across the country, meeting new people and volunteering with various charities. In 2010, he rode his bicycle across the country to build houses with Habitat for Humanity (http://www.bikeandbuild.org). In 2011, he attended a week-long AP US History institute in Texas followed by an East Coast history tour focused on content and pedagogy (http://presidentialacademy.org/). He was chosen as Connecticut’s lone representative to join a group of the nation’s finest Social Studies educators. Somewhere in between, he rode his bicycle from Wallingford, CT to Niagara Falls with friends, again building homes with Habitat along the way. In 2012, he hiked 700 miles of the Appalachian Trail starting in CT and ending at Mt. Katahdin, the northern terminus. In 2013, he established an up and coming non-profit to provide scholarships to local graduates pursuing a college degree and published his very first book while continuing research on educational technology. 2014 plans are in the early stages. See: learninglyceum.org for more

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