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About the Author
Mr. Marc Compton is a history teacher at Rochester High School in Rochester, Michigan. Prior to teaching at Rochester Mr. Compton student taught at East Lansing High School in East Lansing, Michigan where his internship experience inspired the use of multimedia computer technologies as a tool to enrich student education. Compton believes that tying together the vast resources of the internet students to better prepared students with skills for the rapidly changing challenges that the 21st century poses. He sincerely hopes that this lesson was an enjoyable learning experience that challanged students to correllate the past with the present in order to see the relevance history has as a guide in our future decisions. Compton also hopes that this lesson appealed to a multitude of skill sets teaching important life lessons that reach far beyond any school activity.
This lesson concept and idea has been the work of Mr. Compton. He has been inspired by the great men and women of the beacon of human freedom a.k.a. the United States. These men and women are to be given credit for the war they have waged against evil whether it be tyrannical kings, swindling socialists, selfish communists or violent terrorists.
Education & Work Experience
Michigan State University 2006
Bachelor of Arts
East Lansing High School 2006-2007
World History (intern)
Rochester Adams High School 2008-2009
Rochester High School 2007-Present
AP World History
*Note* Currently pursuing Master's of Education Technology from Michigan State University