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About Tim

About Tim

I am proud to say that I have a lovely wife and two adorable children that make life a joy to live.

I began my career in education in 1989. I spent eight years as a head football coach before becoming a high school principal. After eight years as a high school principal, I became a central office administrator.

In the fall of 2009, I became the Director of Technology Integration for Bentonville Public Schools in Bentonville, Arkansas.

In addition to training sessions, I continually seek out new technology resources and make them available to educators through this blog, two social bookmarking libraries (Delicious & Diigo), and numerous websites including:

Throughout my career, I have been convinced of the absolute need to seamlessly integrate technology into the daily school routine.

This integration should help facilitate teacher’s instruction, communication with parents/community, and administrative functions.

More importantly, technology should support student learning.

I also believe that technology can have a tremendous impact on personal professional development. That is especially the case when modern tools are used to help create a professional learning community that taps into the expertise of leaders from around the globe.

Over the past few years, I have been offering technology integration training sessions to teachers and administrators in the district that I work, at educational cooperatives, and at state-wide technology conferences.

My training sessions can be tailored to address any of the topics above or address a specific need that you may have. If your district has a need for additional technology integration sessions, I would look forward to assisting your district in any way possible.

Please visit my consulting services page and my online portfolio for more information.

Feel free to e-mail me at:

In addition, I look forward to learning from this blogging experience and welcome any comments or suggestions.




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