How do we best help visual learners?
Mark Davis is a Digital Literacy teacher Barrington Middle School in Barrington, Rhode Island. His roles in Barrington Public Schools included District Literacy Coordinator, Assessment Coordinator, and Intervention Coordinator. He received his undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University (BGSU) and stayed on to complete a Master of Education in Reading. During this time, he worked at the Martha Gesling Weber Reading Center as a clinician and graduate assistant to the Dean of the College of Education and Human Development at BGSU.
In 2003, he was recognized for an Outstanding Graduate Proposal by the American Reading Forum and was a member of the ASCD Emerging Leaders Class of 2009. Mark has presented at national conferences including those sponsored by the ASCD, International Literacy Association, Learning Forward, Learning First Alliance, American Reading Forum, and numerous regional workshops.
Mark currently serves as board member of the Rhode Island ASCD state affiliate. His professional development and experience demonstrate leadership with an emphasis on teaching with technology, visualization, graphic design, and multimedia integration. In 2022, Mark Davis earned his PhD in Education from University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College.