Select Keynotes & Presentations

I've enjoyed speaking at many wonderful venues and in support of many good causes. This photo was taken shortly before I spoke at a benefit for preservation of the Kensal Rise Library (pictured) in London, a library founded by Mark Twain.

Sunshine State TESOL
Virtual Conference

October 2020 - "Applying Language Principles in the K-12 Mainstream Classroom" with Dr. Jane Govoni

7th Annual U.S. Grant Symposium
Missouri Humanities Council

July 2020 - Keynote: "The Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant"

The Twain Shall Meet Lecture Series
Hannibal, MO

October 2019 - "Mark Twain Today: His Relevance and Reach:

Tri-States Civil War Roundtable
Civil War Symposium II Quincy, IL

October 2019

University of Central Florida 
Adage Gifted Conference

April 2018 - "Stetson University's HATS Program Collaborates with Educators to Serve High Achieving and Gifted K-12 Students" with Lynn Albinson

Oxford University, Magdelan College
Oxford, England

December 2015 - "Mark Twain's 1907 Honorary Doctorate from Oxford"

Bermuda National Library
Hamilton, Bermuda

November 2015 - "When Mark Twain Was Still a Ginger"

Kensal Rise Library
London, England

September 2014 - "Mark Twain in England"

The Big Read
National Endowment for the Arts

2007-2016 - Keynotes and Teacher Workshops for The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 

College of William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA

March 2010 - "Teaching Twain in the 21st Century"

7th Annual Literacy Conference
University of Arkansas

June 2012 - "Common Core Standards in Mark Twain: Words & Music"

7th Biennial M. Jean Greenlaw Children's Literature Conference - Stetson University

April 2012 - "Controversial Literature and Critical Thinking: Why 'Banned' Books are Best"

'Trouble Begins' Speaker Series
Elmira College

November 2011 - "The Making of Mark Twain: Words & Music"

Academic Speaker Series Lindenwood University
St. Louis, MO

February 2009 - "Don't Shoot the Messenger: Controversies of Huckleberry Finn"

Primary Education Conference
Osage Beach, Missouri

November 2008 - "Real Life, Real Writing: Mark Twain Shows the Way"

42nd Annual TESOL Conference
New York, NY

April 2008 - "Trading Places: Using Technology to Reverse Roles in the Classroom" with Samir Zarqane

College of William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA

March 2008 - "Mark Twain in the Gifted Classroom: Personal, Meaningful, and Relevant"

Tennessee Association for the Gifted
Nashville, TN

September 2007 - Keynote: "From High School Dropout to PhD"

Florida Association for the Gifted
Daytona Beach, Florida

October 2006 - "Was Mark Twain 'Gifted'?" 

Mensa World Gathering
Orlando, FL

August 2006 - "Gifted Summer Programs and Scholarship Opportunities"

Minnesota Educators of the Gifted and Talented Conference - Brainerd, MN

February 2006 - "Powerful Strategies for the Gifted" and "Practical Ways to Integrate Reading, Writing, and Thinking"

Kappa Delta Pi Convocation
Orlando, FL

November 2005 - "Fostering Resiliency: Literature Can Help" and "Modeling and Incidental Learning: Practicing What You Teach"

5th Biennial M. Jean Greenlaw Children's Literature Conference - Stetson University

May 2005 - "Diversity is More Than Ethnicity: How Literature Promotes Empathy"

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference - Anaheim, CA

April 2005 - "Enhancing Math Instruction for English Language Learners" with Dr. Mercedes Tichenor

Florida Association for the Gifted Conference
Orlando, FL

October 2004 - "Behind the Facade: Risk Factors, Resiliency, & Coping"

Wallace Research Symposium
University of Iowa

May 2004 - "Gifted Black Males in Prison" preliminary findings

Kappa Delta Pi Convocation
St. Louis, MO

November 2003 - "Got ESOL? Strategies that Work" with Dr. Carol Corcoran and Dr. Mercedes Tichenor

Florida Association for the Gifted Conference
Orlando, FL

October 2003 - "'Gifted ESOL' is Not an Oxymoron" and "Summer Programs, Above-level Testing, and Scholarships:

College of William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA

March 2001 - "Celebrating Curiosity at Celebration"

Wallace Research Symosium
University of Iowa

May 2000 - "How Elementary Teachers Identify Gifted ESOL"

34th Annual TESOL Conference
Vancouver, BC

March 2003 - "How Elementary Teachers Identify Gifted ESOL"

Too Many To Lose Conference
West Palm Beach, FL

January 2000 - "The Realities of At-Risk Black Males"

Florida Association for the Gifted Conference
Altamonte Springs, FL

November 1999 - "Identification of Gifted ESOL Elementary Students" 

College of William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA

March 1998 - "Passionate Pedagogy: Teaching Twain"

Kappa Delta Pi Convocation
St. Louis, MO

November 1997 - "Portfolios: Showcasing the Pre-service Teacher to Reflective Practitioner" with
Dr. Carol Corcoran

World Council for Gifted & Talented Children Conference - Seattle, WA

August 1997 - "Animating Your Summer Program" with Dr. Robert Leahy

Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Daytona Beach, FL

November 1996 - "Model Building: Conceptual Math Can Be Hands-On" 

Kappa Delta Pi Convocation
Birmingham, AL

November 1995 - "Flourishing in Florida as First Year Teachers" with Dr. Carol Corcoran 

Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Fort Lauderdale, FL

November 1995 - "M.A.T.H. I.S. F.U.N. (Making Activities to Teach How to Integrate Subjects for Understanding Numbers)"

Multicultural Education Institute
Stetson University

January 1995 - "Using Your Second Language in the Elementary Classroom"

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