Hello. Caleb Clark here, welcome to my portfolio. My work focuses on humanizing technology and media through education. Email: calebjc at well dot com.
- Teaching Web Design and Media Production, Your Online Presence, and Tech For Teachers.
- Beta testing a 1:1 Chromebook/Hapara Teacher Dashboard GAFE upgrade at Putney Central School.
- Connecting Makers in Brattleboro.
- Caught up friend Jaymes at his fablab.
Background: I was doing carpentry after college when the first issue of Wired Magazine arrived with a bang, along with the twittering of my modem. I’d worked as a bike mechanic, painter, bartender, sailor, writer, and film production assistant (the subject of my first book). Then the Web snagged me back to San Francisco, where I’d been a hippie child. By 1995 I was freelancing for Wired, working as a webmaster and co-facilitating the NoEnd group that humanized the emerging Web. By 1997 I had followed my passion to teach and learn with a master’s in EdTech, while I worked part-time work for Netscape. I spent the next seven years working at startups, the famous High Tech High School, Antioch New England and doing personal projects. In 2006 I re-vitalized with a terminal masters at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program where I focused on physical computing and interactive video. During the great recession I finally settled down in southern Vermont, where I started working at Marlboro College, got married and became a father! At Marlboro, I helped increase enrollment and redesign the curriculum of their EdTech graduate program. Currently, I’m the EdTech faculty chair and academic technologist for the graduate school. I also consult as a technology integrator at two middle schools. My hobbies are, citizen journalism, Maker/fab lab, blogging, photography, hiking, sailing, gaming, and green home improvement.