I currently teach five sections of
AP Psychology here at Germantown High School. In my twenty-nine years at GHS I have taught Psychology,
Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Social Problems, US History and AP
Psychology since its inception in 1992. Prior to working at Germantown, I
taught in West Allis for 2 years after graduating from Marquette University with a double major in history and psychology.
In 2003, I developed the
companion web site and authored the classroom electronic presentations
(PowerPoint) for the textbook, Thinking About Psychology. Last year I completed work on the web site and Powerpoints for the second edition
of the text as well as creating questions for a Radio Frequency
Classroom Response System (Clickers).
For the past five years
I have been invited to be a reader for the AP Psychology Exam.
Over the course of a week I help score one of the two free response questions
from the AP Psychology Exam. Since the 2008 AP Psychology Reading, I was invited
to be a Table Leader which entails training and overseeing eight other readers. The above picture is me wearing a T-shirt designed by the 2009-2009 AP Psychology students at the 2009 reading.
In addition, I have been endorsed as a College Board Consultant which allows me
to present College Board sponsored workshops.
During the last five
summers I have taught at the Carleton College AP Psychology Summer Institute. For a week in June, I work closely with 20 AP Psychology
teachers, many who are teaching AP Psychology for the first time.
Please feel free to
contact me at anytime via email or at 262-502-7208. Make sure to check out the Class Work and Links page of
this website for future information.
For information on class
assignments and grades please go to the WebGrader