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High School Teaching
Tom holds a K-12 lifetime teaching certificate in the state of Michigan. From 1961 to 1965 he taught music, biology, general science, algebra, and religion in various Catholic high schools in the Midwest, including Moeller High School in Cincinnati, North Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, Hamilton Catholic High School in Hamilton Ohio, and West Catholic High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan. At the John F. Kennedy School in addition to his counseling duties, he taught music, psychology, and biology in the late 1960's.  Currently he teaches Internet use and HTML at Akiva Jewish Academy once a week.

College Teaching
Throughout his career Tom has taught college on a part-time basis. For example, he has taught:

Faculty Workshops
Tom has taught faculty workshops throughout the country.  Most of these workshops dealt with some aspect of use of technology and the Internet for distance learning and classroom support. For example he has taught faculty workshops at Wichita State University, Grand Valley State University, St. Paul Technical College, University of St. Thomas, Eastern Michigan University, and many other colleges and universities, as well as businesses.

Presentations at National Conferences

He has presented papers at many national conferences. For example, he has presented papers at national conferences sponsored by the Association for Advancement of Computers in Education, EDMEDIA, Webnet 98, National Conference on Teaching, Learning and Technology, National Association of Business and Behavioral Science, National Business Education Association, Training Magazine, Society for Applied Learning Technologies, the National Association of Colleges of Art and Design, the National Vocational Guidance Association, The American Personnel and Guidance Association, and many other organizations.

Professional Activities

He was a Consultant/Evaluator for the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges (1987-1996) and served on boards of various professional organizations such as the International Interactive Communication Society, the Association for the Advancement of International Education, and the East Asia Regional Council of International Schools.