Learner. Leader. Dreamer.
My name is Brett Clark and I am the Director of Technology for Greater Clark County Schools in Southern Indiana. Before becoming the Director of Technology I was an eLearning Coach and taught math for nine years, six years of middle school and three years of high school.
I have a Bachelors Degree in Math Education from Oakland City University and a Masters Degree in Professional Development from Walden University.
I love to learn. I mean, who doesn't love to learn? I'm blessed to learn from wonderful wife and kids every day. I believe in learning from every life experience. Doesn't matter if it's a book, YouTube, a classroom, or while out on a walk. I engage in conversation on Twitter, Voxer, and Instagram. I'm mrbrettclark on all three. Which makes me pretty easy to find.
Just a little bit about the work I lead in my district:
- Oversee 1:1 Initiative of 8,000+ Chromebooks
- Oversee Technology Integration Professional Development
- Supervise and evaluate technology staff.
- Conference Coordinator for www.c4ignite.com
- Ford Next Generation Learning Steering Committee
- Marketing Advisory Member
- Project Based Learning Coach
- Data Wise Coach
- Digital Citizenship Coordinator
When I first came to Greater Clark I was charged with the task to make us a 1:1 district and to lead the charge in transforming our classrooms. I was honored when the Indiana Department of Education recognized that work and named our Chromebook initiative a Promising Practice.
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Personally, I have been happily married since 2000 to my wife Ruth, @Ruth_A_Clark. Together we have three wonderful boys, Micah, Nathan, and Levi. All three are amazing and inspire me on a daily basis. I enjoy to follow my favorite sports teams, The Chicago White Sox, The Chicago Bears, The Indiana Pacers and IU Basketball.
If your district or company is interested in working with me, please contact me. I'd love to share my passion for education with you!
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