Vestavia Hills High School
In his current position at Vestavia Hills High School, Alabama, Chris Freeman oversees the implementation of technology into the curriculum. His responsibilities include instituting professional development and training for teachers as well as introducing new technologies to the school.
Prior to his current position, Freeman spent 5 years working on an NSF-funded grant to improve math and science education in Oklahoma. His activities included revising math and science courses taken by pre-service teachers at the University of Tulsa. Freeman also played a key role in revamping the masters in mathematics and science education program, which emphasizes educational technology. He has previous experience teaching math and science in grades 7 through 12.
Freeman is a doctoral candidate in Pepperdine University's unique educational technology program, which utilizes a combination of 60% face-to-face and 40% online instruction. He earned a BS in physics and mathematics from Auburn University and an MS in mathematics and science education from the University of Tulsa.brick bustermanagement gamestime management gamescard gamesadventure games