Greg Schwanbeck has taught Physics for the past nine years, using a variety of educational technologies and research-based teaching techniques to get his students excited about learning science and helping them discover and understand the role physics plays in their day-to-day lives. Technologies Greg has leveraged to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of learning in his classroom include student-produced and teacher-produced videos, collaborative lab work facilitated by cloud computing, and virtual labs.
Greg provides a variety of professional development instruction on these technologies and more to teachers who wish to implement efficient and effective educational technology into their lessons.
Greg earned his M. Ed. in the Technology, Innovation, and Education program at Harvard University, holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Physics and Mathematics from Union College, is an Apple Distinguished Educator, and is a member of the TED-ED Brain Trust.
To contact Greg Schwanbeck, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find him on Twitter at @gregschwanbeck.
Areas of Expertise
physics education, Math Education, Educational Technology