Dr Mark Hines holds a PhD with an emphasis on Educational Technology from the University of Hawaii, Manoa and a BS in Physics. He has taught Science, Math and Technology for 34 years. He is passionate about teaching, learning and the future of education. Mark consults and presents locally and nationally on issues of technology in education and school transformation.
He is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Math and Science Teaching, a National Tandy Technology Scholar , and a Pacific Technology Foundation Technology Educator of the Year. He serves as a planning member of the Schools of the Future initiative for Hawai’i Independent Schools. He serves on the boards of the Hawai’i Society for Technology in Education (HSTE), and The School for Examining Essential Questions on Sustainability (SEEQS) . In his position as Director of the MPX (Mid-Pacific eXploratory) program at Mid-Pacific Institute (MPI), Mark works with the MPX team in the planning, development and deployment of an innovative integrated, student centered PBL option for MPI High School students. He can be reached at email@example.com