This website serves as an introduction to my work as well as a living portfolio for my work as a professor of ESL at Irvine Valley College. I began working as an Adjunct Professor at IVC in the Fall of 2014 and was honored and elated to be asked to join as a full-time faculty member beginning in the Fall of 2016.
If you’re looking for information about my work in EdTech and/or English Language Learning, please feel free to explore, though you may find the “4 Ps” above most interesting – Podcasts, Presentations, Publications, and PD.
For those who want to contact me about speaking, workshops, or consulting, please use the form at the bottom of this page or contact me on LinkedIn.
If there is any information you’d like to know about that you don’t see on this page, please reach out to me to let me know. I am a passionate learner and believe that feedback from peers is one of the best ways to continue to improve.
Please use the menu bar at the top or the guided areas below to further explore my work.
The DIESOL podcast is the only podcast with a specific focus on EdTech and Innovation in the field of ESOL. I co-host the show with award-winning teacher and technologist Ixchell Reyes. We discuss what works in ELT pedagogy and how to make it work in the classroom.
The HigherEdTech Podcast focuses on technology in colleges and universities. I co-host it with Tim VanNorman, the instructional technologist at Irvine Valley College. The show aims to help professors better understand the ever-changing landscape of what’s happening with tech in their classes and on campus.
I’ve been the primary blogger for all things EdTech at TESOL International since 2021. I explore ideas teachers can use in the classroom to use with their students immediately.
From international keynotes to local plenaries, I’m an experienced and engaging international presenter who can work with audiences of all sizes. Reach out if you’d like me to speak at your next event!
I’m an active user and experimenter with AI in education. My approach is balanced but mostly optimistic. Follow me on LinkedIn where I share a lot of my explorations and ideas.
I’ve lead workshops for school districts, universities, and organizations across the globe. I’m a flexible facilitator who can help your teachers understand the ways tech can change their classrooms.
Please note that while I used to be very active on Twitter, I struggle to justify maintaining a presence there amid the erratic and harmful behaviour since the change in ownership. I haven’t found my new “place” but I’m actively searching.