I have been with King Philip since 1996 as a teacher of College Preparatory and Honours Modern World History and also as a teacher of Technical Theatre. I am the high school drama co-director and the manager of the school district's theatre spaces.
I earned a Bachelor of Arts in History & Social Sciences from Rhode Island College in 1987, a Certificate of Graduate Studies in British Imperial and Canadian Political History from the University of Western Ontario (now Western University, London, Ontario, Canada) in 1988 and a Master of Arts in Teaching History from Rhode Island College in 1996.
I am a past Teaching Fellow of:
I am a member of the American Historical Association, H-Net: Humanities & Social Sciences On-Line, the World History Association, the National Council for History Education, the New England Regional World History Association, the Society for History Education and Massachusetts Computer-Using Educators (MassCUE). My complete professional resume may be found here.Little known facts about me:
- I have been in the vicinity of terrorist bombings or foiled bomb plots in London three times in my life (and I am NOT anxious to try for a fourth time!).
- My favourite film director is Alfred Hitchcock.
- I am a big fan of Opus, the penguin from the recently resurrected comic strip "Bloom County."
- I once fell asleep (from jet lag) on the shoulder of a countess in the Royal Box at the Prince Edward Theatre in London while watching the musical "Chess."
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