education, entertainment, family, parenting, marketing
Film/television, hiking, running, restaurants, skiing, spending time with family
David's liberal arts education exposed him to many topics. His focus on psychology gave him experience with research and all styles of writing including but not limited to Chicago, APA, and MLA.
At Bank Street, David continued developing skills in writing and research. He designed curriculum at many levels, familiarized himself with multiple methods of instruction, and taught reading and writing skills to students ranging from age 3-18. His experience culminated in his now published theses; Mom, Dad, and Everyone Else, a bibliotherapy tool for families and children of divorce.
Being a student of pop culture, David has studied film and television as a science. He is not only fascinated by theme and structure, but also by the history and path from which projects were conceived. Personally, he has written a book for children, worked in film marketing and production, and contributed to many blogs about film and television.
In addition to being a father himself, David's unique book for children titled Mom, Dad, and Everyone Else was recently published. It is a tool for bibliotherapy that shows the potential positive and not often discussed outcomes of divorce. As a result he has contributed to a number of outlets including but not limited to parenting websites and divorce mediation blogs.
Developed multiple choice/constructed response items in addition to study materials for teacher certification and K-12 tests. David has also contributed to many websites as a content expert and contributor.
The types of posts David has written include topics that range from divorce to education. He also creates marketing content for a number of sites on a regular basis.