Phil Brookhouse, MLTI Integration Mentor
Phil has worked as an integration mentor for MLTI since 2005. He left the classroom after 30 years teaching middle school in Lewiston, Maine. He worked with both Bates College and University of Southern Maine - Lewiston/Auburn in their pre-service education programs. He also served as adjunct faculty for the Bates College Summer Institute for Science and Math Teachers.
-M.S. Professional Education (concentration in Science)University of Southern Maine
-B.A., Elementary Education (minors in Science and Math), Magna Cum Laude, University of Maine at Farmington
-Worked with committee to design outcome-based education program at Bates College.
-Curriculum Coordinator, Bates College Summer Institute for the Teaching of Science and Math.
-Site Coordinator, USM-LA CLASS PDS Program.
-Wrote grants, secured funding for quality science education at Lewiston Middle School.
-Instituted Alternative Ed program Lewiston Middle School.
-Instituted G&T Science program at Lewiston Middle School.
-Trustee, Maine Education Association Benefits Trust 12 yrs (vice chair & chair.)
-NCOIC, Overseas Replacement Department, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, CO
-NCOIC, Headquarters, 91st Evacuation Hospital, Chu Lai, VN
-Board of Advisors, Maine Math and Science Alliance.
-Lewiston/Auburn Together Commission, Chair of Public Works Committee.
-Lewiston Aspirations Partnership, Co-Chair.
-Maine Education Association Strategic Budget Committee.
-Maine Education Association Special Services Committee.
-President, Lewiston Education Association.
-Twice recipient of Geneva Kirk Service Award
-Member of Maine Learning and Technology Initiative Design Team
-Taught Web 2.0 online course for ETLO
-Member of MERLOT
-Worked with Commodore Computers as Educational Representative
-2 years director of USM Summer Computer Camp (81-82)
-JPL Solar System Ambassador
Phil is a believer that technology can help to make learning more engaging and meaningful and that learning is a social activity and our job as teachers is to make memories.
View Phil's blog postings on Maine121.org.