Mark Standley

Mark Standley has been a research archeologist, professional educator, and an executive in the computer industry over the past 22 years in Alaska.


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Mark Standley has been a research archeologist, professional educator, and an executive in the computer industry over the past 22 years in Alaska.

Mr. Standley is co-author of the books: The Technology Advisory Council (ISTE, 1993), School/Business Partnerships (Visions, 2000) and Global Project-based Learning with Technology (Visions, 2000), Technology Standards (Visions, 2001), Future Courses (TECHNOS, 2001), Teaching Powerful Storytelling: Book of Questions (Standby, 2002), and Handheld Leader: Book of Questions (Standby, 2002).

Prior to coming to Alaska he served as a English teacher for the U.S. Peace Corps and cross-cultural trainer for the U.S. Embassy in the Republic of Korea . Mr. Standley has presented for over twelve years in California, Alaska, Rhode Island, Hawaii, Texas, Washington, DC, Washington, Oregon, Ohio, United Kingdom, and Japan on subjects including the art of digital presentations, teaching powerful storytelling, global project-based learning, handheld technology for leaders, and school/business partnerships.

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