Douglas Green is an experienced educator who has been teaching and leading for over five decades. He has taught chemistry, physics, and computer science and has spent 30 years in various administrative roles at the secondary, central office, and elementary levels. In addition, he has taught leadership courses for prestigious institutions like SUNY Cortland and Binghamton University. Douglas has authored over 300 articles in computer magazines and educational journals. After his wife was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease, he left his job as an elementary principal to take care of her. Following her passing, he now uses his expertise to help busy educators and parents improve their skills and knowledge through DrDougGreen.Com, where he summarizes important books in about 15 paragraphs and shares interesting links, tweets, and articles that he finds. Douglas has studied for his Master of Arts and Doctor of Education degrees, specializing in the teaching of natural science, learning theory, and practice.
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