I present regularly for local educational organizations on a variety of topics in the realm of technology and education. I started presenting at CATESOL in 2013 and found that there was a crowd thirsty for information about modern techniques for the ESL classroom. Early in 2016 the CATESOL Inland Empire chapter asked me to lead a workshop which turned out to be their best-attended and highest rated to date. I regularly present for CUE, and have been invited to present for world-class tech organizations like Google and Microsoft.

I enjoy helping teachers explore options to expand their teaching beyond the walls of their classroom. Presenting gives me the opportunity to learn from and share with other teachers, as well as to make sure I am on top of the latest pedagogy in the field.

Below is a list of my presentations and workshops:







  • Make a Podcast Today! Poster PresentationCATESOL OC Fall Workshop – Fullerton (December 2016)
  • Back to the Future, Docs! Using Google Docs to Improve Student Writing – Annual CATESOL Conference – San Diego (November 2016)
    *Presentation File: Back to the Future, Docs!
  • What Does Good Teaching Look Like? – EdCampLA – Los Angeles (October 2016)
  • Can You Hear Me Now? A Technology Integrated Workshop on Finding Student Voice in the ESL Classroom – Inland Empire CATESOL Workshop – Riverside (May 2016)
    *Presentation Website: Can You Hear Me Now?



  • The Single iPad Classroom – Annual CATESOL Conference – San Diego (Oct. 2013)
  • Turn Your iPad into a Smartboard – Annual CATESOL Conference – San Diego (Oct. 2013)
  • Turn Your iPad into a Smartboard – Los Angeles Regional CATESOL Conference (March 2013)