Dan Jones is a middle school social studies and language arts teacher at The Richland School of Academic Arts in Mansfield, Ohio, and has more than a decade of classroom teaching experience. His responsibilities encompass integrating Common Core Content Standards and State Assessment into the classroom curriculum and staff development. Jones holds a bachelor’s degree in communication studies from The Ohio State University, a bachelor’s degree in middle school education from Ashland University, and a master’s in curriculum and instruction from American College of Education in 2015.
Flipped classroom, distance learning, outcome-based model, project-based learning, technology in the classroom, bringing culture to the classroom
- Flipped classroom model expert cited in research on the subject
- Distance learning program using Skype to reach National Archives, US Capitol and other places around the globe
- Technology in the classroom
- Project-based learning in the classroom, which is similar to ACE