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Adam Dane

Adam is a Latin, English, and Social Studies teacher at St. John's Jesuit High School. He holds a master's degree in Classical Archaeology from Florida State University and spent two years at Georgetown University pursuing post-graduate studies in Latin, ancient Greek, and ancient history. Passionate about constantly improving as an educator, Adam is an advocate for practically integrating technology into the classroom in order to transition with the changing digital world. His specialties include computer construction and hardware, iOS devices, programming, and the practical application of technology in the classroom. Adam also possesses experience in the gaming industry where he has helped to test, write, code, and design video games for multiple platforms. In his free time, he enjoys reading, writing, hiking, backpacking, playing piano, and sucking the marrow out of life.

Matt Daniels

Matt is a high school English teacher who recently took on the task of technology coordinator. He is constantly looking for new ways to improve learning and instruction through technology integration. He works with faculty members, students, and administrators to facilitate work flow, to make better use of their mobile devices, and to blend different educational platforms to fit specific leaning and teaching styles. He is particularly experienced with mobile device deployments, iOS devices, application distribution, and is a Certified Mobile Administrator. He holds a bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and is finishing a master's degree in Liberal Studies from Lourdes University. He and his wife, Jen, reside in Toledo, Ohio, and they are proud parents of two children, Joseph and Maria. He is fluent in Italian.

Brian Tittl

Brian is a high school Theology teacher and department chair at St. John's Jesuit High School, an adjunct instructor in Religious Studies at the University of Toledo, and an instructor for the Jesuit Virtual Learning Academy. He holds a master's degree in Philosophy from the University of Toledo, and lives in Toledo, Ohio, with his wife, Beth, and his two children, Ben and Becca. Brian's technical specialty is Moodle administration, Blackboard, WebCT, iOS devices, and building flipped, blended, and distance learning classes. He was the recipient of the Student Impact Teaching Award at the University of Toledo in 2012, and is passionate about integrating technology into the classroom. Brian is an avid woodworker and also builds custom furniture.

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