Residency Sites: Plainfield, VT
My main interests have to do with helping students rigorously challenge popular assumptions about education by employing thoughtful methods of research and sound reasoning. Politically I am committed to social justice education based on a class analysis and working towards evidence based methods. I am particularly interested in working with students who are willing to engage in wide interdisciplinary study of the longue durée and exploring progressive methods of the teaching of Big History. I have been a faculty member at Goddard College since 1990 and a Liberal Studies professor in Toronto. I am also board president the John Howard Society Toronto, a non-profit organization committed to social justice by helping men in conflict with the law.
PhD in Education, The Union Institute; MA in Psychology, Goddard College; BA in Education and Psychology, Goddard College.