Educator, Primary/Secondary Education
Hello, I am Steven Baule and this this is the cyber version of biography.
Steven Baule's Bio:
Dr. Steven Baule participated in the White House Connected Superintendents Summit to create #FutureReady Schools in 2014. Steven has served for nearly twenty years in educational leadership positions including as a high school principal, assistant superintendent and superintendent in Illinois school districts. His career also includes teaching at the middle school, high school and collegiate levels. He is a nationally recognized expert in the integration of technology into teaching and learning. Baule has published numerous books and articles on educational, library science and historical topics; key areas of focus include educational and library facilities design, technology planning and the British Army's role in the Midwest during the American Revolution. His scope of consulting includes conducting technology audits for schools, web development, social media planning and collaborative leadership development. Baule is involved in several community and professional organizations including the local Chamber of Commerce and the United Way.
Follow me on Twitter at @DRBaule_MCS (work); @Baule_S (personal)
Look for blogs from me at stevenbaule.blogspot.com
Check out my consulting page at www.stevenbaule.net
Steven Baule's Experience:
Superintendent of Schools at Muncie Community SchoolsJuly 2015 - Present | Muncie, Indiana
Responsible for leading a 5900 student school district including special education and vocational cooperatives.
Superintendent at Muncie Community SchoolsJuly 2015 - Present | Muncie, Indiana
Steven Baule's Education:
Loyola University of Chicago2000 – 2002Ph.D.
Northern Illinois University1994 – 1997Ed.D.Concentration: Instructional Technology
University of Iowa1990 – 1991MLSConcentration: Library & Information Science
Loras College1985 – 1988BAConcentration: History
Steven Baule's Interests & Activities:
Reading, history, travel, educational technology, instructional technology, college football, Airedales