Scott D. Parker
Scott D. Parker is a science teacher and instructional technology coach for a suburban high school near Chicago. Since 2006, he has also co-taught, with a special education teacher, students with mild and moderate disabilities. As a seventeen-year teaching veteran, he is a passionate and innovative educator who believes in the power of education technology to enhance and better assess student knowledge across all content areas. Since 2015, Scott also has been an instructional coach. He piloted his district’s 1:1 Chromebook adoption to full implementation, which covered nearly 6,500 students.
Scott has presented at local and state conferences. He received his bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Iowa. He has master’s degrees in secondary education from the University of St. Francis and in education technology from American College of Education. When Scott is not teaching, you will probably find him at one of his four kids’ sporting events or activities.