David Boxer has more than a decade of experience in the educational technology field, including service as a classroom teacher and staff developer, he serves as the Director of Information Support Services at The Blake School in Minneapolis, MN. Previous to his tenure at Blake, he founded and co-directed the Center for Teaching and Learning at Windward School in Los Angeles. Boxer partnered with faculty across disciplines at Windward to develop curriculum innovations focused on advanced uses of educational and information technology tools for secondary schools. He has presented a number of these innovations at educational conferences, including NAIS, CUE, E-Learn, Ed-Media, NYSCATE and Web Communications and Strategies. He was appointed a Google Certified Teacher (Santa Monica '09) and was most recently selected to be part of the E.E. Ford funded NAIS Teachers of the Future in 2010 program which seeks to advance idea-sharing about innovation in teaching and learning in independent schools. Boxer has collaborated with former colleagues at Teachers College (TC) on several projects focused on the use of technology to support democratic education. Boxer and Cramer have also recently collaborated on the Media Literacy section of “Teaching the Levees: A Curriculum of Civic Engagement to accompany Spike Lee's documentary When the Levees Broke.” Funded with a $1 million grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, this curriculum has been distributed free to 30,000 teachers.