2012: Presenter, AP World History Workshop, Frederick Douglass Academy, New York City
2011: Presenter, AP World History Workshop, West Virginia Center for Professional Development, Charleston, West Virginia
2011:Presenter, AP World History Workshop, West Virginia Center for Professional Development, Morgantown, West Virginia
2011: Participant, Consultant Training: World History, College Board, Las Vegas, NV
2011: Presentation, University of Auckland, Department of Education; visit with staff at
Wakatipu High School, Queenstown, New Zealand
2010: Participant, Consultant Training: World History, College Board, Henderson, NV
2010: Presenter, History Teachers’ Association of Australia Annual Conference, Sydney
2010: Evaluator, Barron’s AP World History Flash Cards (2nd ed.)
2010: Presenter, REACH Program, AP World History Exam Student Prep Sessions
2009: Presenter, AP World History Workshop, Lake Ronkonkoma, L.I. N.Y.
2009: Guest Lecturer, International Studies Centre, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland:
........... "The Transformation of the World History Course in U.S. High Schools."
2009: Presenter, AP World History Workshop, Syracuse, N.Y.
2009: REACH Program, presenter and materials developer for AP World History Exam
Student Prep ..........
2009: Consultant, AP World History Workshop, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
2009: Evaluator, Barron’s AP World History (3rd Ed.)
2008: Evaluator, Barron’s AP World History Flash Cards (1st Ed.)
2008: Consultant, AP World History Workshop, Annapolis, Md.
2008: Participant, Arctic Science Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska
2008: Participant, Levin Graduate Institute for International Relations and Commerce,
“Going Global: Globalization101.org Users’ Workshop”
2008: Participant, College Board Consultant Training, Chicago, IL
2008: Evaluator, Strayer’s Ways of the World text 1e
2008: Presenter, AP World History Workshop, Houghton Mifflin Co.
2008: Evaluator, Barron’s AP U.S. History review book
2008: Evaluator, Reilly’s Worlds of History : A Comparative Reader 3e
2007: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Fordham University, AP World History Summer Institute
2007: Participant, Environment and Econmics Workshop,Victoria, British Columbia
2007: Presenter, College Board AP U.S. History Student Prep session, Baltimore, MD
2007: Presenter, College Board AP World History Student Prep sessions, St Mary's County ,MD
2007:Presenter, College Board, AP World History workshop, Long Island City, N.Y.
2007: Item-Reviewer, American Board for the Certification of Teacher Excellence, Washington ,D.C.
2007: Participant, Economics for Teachers workshop, Santa Barbara,CA
2006: AP College Board Mentoring Cadre, Yonkers School District
2006: Item-writer, Educational Testing Service, AP World History
2006: Evaluator, AP International Diploma, Honors Essays
2006: Master Teacher, WideAngle Project, Thirteen / WNET / PBS
2006: Evaluator, Barron's AP World History Flashcards
2005: Outstanding Teacher Award, University of Chicago (student
2005: Participant, Writing Across The Curriculum Faculty Seminar
2005: Who's Who Among American Teachers
2005: Reader, SAT I Writing Test
2005: Textbook Reviewer, McGraw-Hill, "The Unfinished Nation" (4th Ed.)
2004: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Lehman College, College Now Program,
course: "The Sixties: The Times They Were 'A-Changin"
2004: Participant, Research-to-Practice Summit, U.S. Department of
2004: Participant, NCTA Summer Institute on East Asia, Columbia
2004: Participant, Economic Forces in American History Program, Foundation
For Teaching Economics, Las Vegas
2004: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Lehman College, Graduate course:
2004: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Fordham University, AP World History
2004: Evaluator, AP World History Flash Cards, Barron's Educational
2004: Elected Vice-Chair, Bronx Science's School Leadership Team
2003: Excellence in Teaching Award, Dartmouth College
2003: Outstanding Teacher Award, Tufts University (student-nominated)
2003: Elected Representative, Bronx Science's School Leadership Team
2003: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Fordham University, AP World History
2003: Facilitator, AP World History College Board Workshop, Linthecum,
2003: Panel Chair, Teaching American History Grant Review Program, U.S.
2003: Reader, AP World History Exam, Lincoln, Nebraska
2003: Presenter, Two-day Social Studies & Humantities Specialty
Conference, Ellenville, NY
2003: Excellence in Teaching Award, Dartmouth College
2002: Facilitator, AP World History College Board Workshop, Rochester,
2002: Participant, Canadian Consulate-sponsored tour of select
universities and colleges in the maritime provinces
2002: Reader, AP World History Examination, Lincoln, Nebraska
2002: Reviewer, E-Seminars, Digital Knowledge Ventures, Columbia
2002: Facilitator, AP World History College Board Workshop, Pace
2002: Participant, Building Success Workshop Leader Training, College
2002: Outstanding Teacher Award, University of Chicago (student
2001: New York Post Outstanding Teacher Award (Student-Nominated)
2001: Facilitator, AP World History College Board Workshop, Island
Trees High School
2001: Consultant, AP U.S. History, Middle States region, College Board
2001: Item Writer, AP World History Exam
2001: Lecturer, World History Institute, Horace Mann Upper School
2001: Group Leader, Summer 2001 Humanities Teacher Institute,
"Newspapers in American Life,"New York Council for the
2001: Guest Speaker,WHA Summer World History Institute,Horace Mann
2001: Participant, Global Economic Forum Summer Institute, Federal
Reserve Bank of New York
2001: Facilitator, AP World History College Board Workshop, Hunter
2000: Outstanding Teacher Award, Tufts University (student-nominated)
2000: Workshop co-leader, Topic: "Using the Web in our Science and Social
Studies classrooms" Bronx Science Staff Development Day
2000: Consultant, World History Advanced Placement Division, Middle States
2000: Guest Speaker, Long Island Council for the Social Studies, Topic:
"The New World History Advanced Placement Course"
2000: Table Leader, United States History and Geography Regents Exam, NYS
2000: Item-writer, AP World History Examination, Education Testing
2000: Summer Participant, AP World History National Training Institute,
2000: Who's Who Among American Teachers
2000: Workshop Leader, Topic:
"Writing Effective College Recommendations", Bronx Science Staff
2000: Member of Judging Panel, National Peace Essay Contest, U.S.
Institute of Peace
1999: Item-writer, AP World History Examination, Educational Testing
1999: Participant, Summer World History Scoring Session, New York State
1999: Member of Judging Panel, National Peace Essay Contest, U.S.
Institute of Peace
1999: Workshop Leader, "All in the Research Family," Bronx Science Staff
1998: Workshop Leader, Association of Computer Educators Conference;
Topic: "All in the Research Family: An Adventure in Interclass Electronic
1998: Curriculum Developer/Writer, Global History Course of Study, Bronx
H.S. of Science
1998: Table Leader/Trainer, U.S. History Scoring Session, New York State
1998: Participant, "Thomas Jefferson and American Democracy,"
Gilder-Lehrman Summer Institute, Monticello and the University of
1998 - Who's Who in America, 100th edition
1998- Who's Who in the East
1998- Workshop Facilitator, Staff Development Day, Bronx High School of
Science, Topic: "Raising the Bar: An Insider's Look Into the State's
Effort to Raise Standards."
1998- Design Team, U.S. History and Government Commencement Level
Assessment, New York State Education Department
1998- Advisory Committee, "Rights and Wrongs: Human Rights Television:
Educational Video Project, Globalvision/Ford Foundation
1998- Member of Judging panel, National Peace Essay Contest, U.S.
Institute of Peace
1997- Workshop Leader, Association of Computer Educators, Topic: "Citizen-To-
Citizen" Foreign Policy Project
1997- Award, Association of Computer Educators, Teacher Educator Leader
in High Standards Through Teaching and Technology
1997- Honoree, S.T.A.R.S. Society, Connected Classroom Conference,
1997- Charter Member, New York State Academy for Teaching and Learning
1997- Developer, Teacher Rating Guide, New York State U.S. History and
Government Regents Exam
1997- Participant, International Peace, Security and Conflict Management
Seminar, U.S. Institute of Peace, Washington D.C.
1997- Who's Who in the World, 15th edition
1997- Member, Regents U.S. History Committee, New York State Education
1997- Workshop co-chair, American Society for Environmental History
Conference, Baltimore , Md.; March 9; Topic: "Environmental
History in Secondary Schools"
l997- Workshop Leader, Associationof Computer Educators, Topic:
Student Centered Multidisciplinary Internet Research
1996- Presenter, Science Teachers Association of New York State
Conference, Ellenville, NY. "Saving the Earth - But From Whom?"
1996- Member, Executive Board, Association of Computer Educators
1996- Article, "Infotectives on the
Infobahn: Designing Internet-Aided Projects for the
Social Studies Classroom" in the October issue, National
Association of Secondary School Principals Bulletin.
1996- Guest Lecturer, Northwest Environmental History Symposium,
Pullman, Washington, August, l996
1996- Participant in "Economics for Leaders" seminar,
Foundation for Teaching Economics; Boulder, Colorado,
1996- Member, Regents Document-Based Questions Committee, New York
State Department of Education
1996- Commendation for Promoting Excellence in the English
Language, NYCATE (New York City Association of Teachers
1996- Who's Who Among American Teachers
1996- Organizer,Bronx High Schools, Staff Development Day
Workshop: Environmental History
1995- Excellence in Teaching Award,
1995- Outstanding Teacher Award, Tufts University (Student-nominated)
1995- Contributor, The Random House Report on Women (Research
on Women in China and Japan)
1995- University of New Mexico, Southwest Institute, summer
field trip to the Dust Bowl region
1995- "Communicating Across the Curriculum" Lesson Module:
"Old MacDonald Had A Farm and then it Blew Away,"
(Physical environment and settlement on the Great Plains)
1995- Member, Impact II Advisory Board
1995- Freedoms Foundation Leavey Award for Excellence in
Private Enterprise Education
1994- First Prize, New York State Award for Teaching Economics
(co-sponsors: Chase Manhattan Bank, New York State
council on Economic Education)
1994- Lecture Series, Fordham University Graduate School of
Education: "Teacher as Researcher"
1994- Speaker,Conference of New York City Association of
Teachers of English Association of Computer Educators:
"Using the Internet to Devise Innovative Classroom
1994- Coordinator, Joint Internet Publication Project, Bronx
Science-Gakgugei High School, Tokyo, Japan
1994- Nomination, Who's Who Among American Teachers
1994- Winner, IMPACT II Disseminator Grant: "Doing Business in
New York: Entrepreneurial Dream or Nightmare?"
1994- Founding Member, Federal Reserve Bank of New
York, Teachers Advisory Board
1994- Consultant and Reader, A.P.-U.S. History Exam, San
1994- Winner, U.S. Educators to Japan Contest--(trip to Japan
as guest of the Japanese government)
1994- Presenter- "Learning Without Limits"- Conference,
National Consortium of Specialized Secondary School
Teachers of Math and Technology
1994- Author and Consultant for Worldview Software Inc.;
"Africa Database" and Middle East Database."
1993- Featured speaker, Federal Reserve Bank of New York,
"Bringing the Regional Economy into our Classrooms."
1992- Participant, National Humanities Center Summer Seminar,
National Humanities Center, Research Triangle Park, N.C.
1992- Multicultural evaluation Committee, Bronx High School of
1992- Author and Consultant for Worldview Software Inc.;
"Latin America Database"
1991- Nomination, "Outstanding Teacher Award:-University of
1991- Video production, "A Guide to the Global Research Center
at Bronx Science,"(with interactive workbook)
1990- Publication, "NYC Guide to Successful Research and
1989- Finalist, NYC Fund for Excellence in Teaching
1989- Interview on "Innovations" (PBS)
1988- Fellowship Award, Independent Study in the Humanities
l987- Animal Experimentation Review Committee, VA Hospital, Bronx N.Y.
1987- Publication, "Guide to Global Studies Research/Directory
of Community Resources."
1987 to 1993- Founder and Director of Global Research Program, Bx Science
1986- Speaker, Middle Atlantic Social Studies Conference
1985- Speaker, New York State Council on the Humanities
1985- Interviewed on NHK (Japan) Television
1985-1987- Teacher, Social Science Research Projects Class
1983-1985- Co-author, New York State Holocaust and Genocide
Curriculum, Vol. 1 and II
1982-1990- Teacher and originator of the Human Condition
Course(psychology/philosophy) elective at Bronx
1981- Question writer, New York State Regents Examination in
U.S. History and Government
1980-81-Teacher,originator, "Patterns of Prejudice and
Persecution"-- Elective course at Stuyvesant High