History-based pieces, education, personal finance, small business, human relationships, religion, and pretty much anything involving simplifying complex ideas for a diverse audience.
History, education, hockey, music, local personalities, small business goals and strategies, and almost any underutilized or under-appreciated topic.
Dallas graduated from the University of Tulsa in 1999 with a double major in American History and Secondary Education.
Dallas has over twenty years experience creating content for both students and adults for use in the classroom or as part of his professional consulting and teacher training. When he began sharing some of this content and pedagogy on his history and education website, he was gratified to discover a hunger for such resources and has recently shifted his website focus to better meet this need.
Dallas has been a history teacher for several decades and began writing his own historical articles several years ago when he realized it was more useful than trying to locate them from others. He's published a number of them on his personal blog, used them in the classroom, and shared them with other educators at their request. He recently self-published a compilation of Landmark Supreme Court cases with classroom-ready materials and expects to be both rich and famous as a result quite soon. In the meantime, this is your chance to utilize his voice for your project.
Dallas began teaching with the goal of making history more accessible and meaningful, but quickly realized the importance of helping people understand themselves and one another to any endeavor - including education. With that in mind, he started Blue Cereal Education, a history and education blog with a modicum of notoriety which balances content and pedagogical exhortations with opinion, inspiration, and the occasional random rant. Blue Cereal has had over 300,000 visitors in the past five years.
Dallas began writing historical summaries with particularly bright, cynical teenagers in mind. He eventually began sharing them on Blue Cereal Education, a history and education blog with a modicum of notoriety which balances content and pedagogical exhortations with opinion, inspiration, and the occasional random rant. When not reshaping lives through its penetrating insights and motivational brilliance, Blue Cereal is known for its ability to take complex topics and render them accessible, and possibly even engaging. The site has had over 300,000 visitors in the past five years. Go figure.