Brian Mull has been a middle school teacher, a technology director and a curriculum specialist. He now assists schools and districts in the building of robust and rigorous educational environments by tapping into today’s wealth of information and tools.
Described as having an infectious enthusiasm and incredible depth of knowledge, Brian shares a powerful vision for teaching and learning with administrators, teachers, parents and students. He focuses on critical thinking, motivating students through authentic tasks and developing collaborative partnerships. His varied experiences as a middle school teacher, a technology director and a curriculum specialist allow him to present this information in logical and thoughtful ways.
Brian has given education technology keynotes and hands-on presentations in schools and at conferences across the United States, in Canada, in Europe and in Asia. Some of his major events include the Building Learning Communities Conference (BLC), the Cisco sponsored Smithsonian American Art Museum Teacher Institute, the Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators Conference (LACUE), the European League for Middle Level Educators Conference (ELMLE) and the Swiss Group of International Schools Conference (SGIS).
Brian prides himself in being an engaged, lifelong learner. He was named as one of Google’s first 200 certified educators, and he has developed a professional network of global peers who continue to expand and challenge his thinking. Experiences like these continuously add depth and currency to his work.