Aaron started in education by leading the elementary science program in Napa Valley Unified School District by focusing on small groups, projects, accountability and inquiry learning. As a science specialist he developed and taught curriculum as well as trained teachers in implementation of the curriculum using best practices. While teaching during his first 4 years, he was selected out of a national pool of applicants to be a highlighted guest speaker on assessment in the classroom at the National Science Teacher Association's national conference. After a successful four years in the classroom he then took the next step in his career and worked for the New Technology Network as a Project Based Learning instructional coach. He worked with colleagues, teachers and administrators to design and implement professional development workshops around PBL curriculum development.
Aaron currently works as a Science Technology integration specialist at a K-4 school in Larkspur School District. As a Science Technology teacher he uses the inquiry and PBL approach teaching science while using technology as a tool for students to demonstrate their knowledge. He works with teachers developing projects and teaches students using technology as a curricular tool to compile research, organize, evaluate and communicate information.
Aaron received a B.S. degree in Natural Science from Loyola Marymount University and a Masters Degree of Science in Elementary Education from Indiana University Bloomington. He currently holds a Multiple Subject Credential and single subject credentials in Biological Sciences, Introductory Science and Technology.