Aaron Eisberg National Faculty
Aaron started in the classroom by focusing on small groups, projects, accountability and inquiry learning. As elementary teacher he developed and taught curriculum using best practices.
Aaron then worked for the New Technology Network as a PBL 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 Teacher on Special Assignment in California. As TOSA he serves as an inquiry and technology coach supporting the overall transformation effort in the district. He works with school sites and directly with teachers in the effective implementation of inquiry strategies, infusion of technology in project-based learning, digital curriculum and assessment, and professional development for teachers and other leaders.
Aaron received a B.S. degree in Natural Science from Loyola Marymount University and a Masters Degree 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.