Gary Stager's breadth of educational
experience and knowledge of the educational market may be of
benefit to your
school, district or corporation. Mr. Stager offers the following
services to a variety of clients.
Gary Stager offers consulting services to educational institutions
and corporations interested in becoming more productive learning
environments or designing educational products. He has extensive
experience in online learning, software development and strategic
Mr. Stager has worked with school, homeschool and university
clients around the world in addition to his corporate clients,
including: Apple Computer, Compaq, Toshiba, Microsoft, Claris,
LEGO, LCSI, Disney, Universal Studios, Union Camp, Tom Snyder
Productions, NetSchools, Fablevision and Generation Yes.
Click here for more information
on Gary Stager's consulting services.
Gary Stager's conference presentations, keynote addresses and
school district presentations are known for being provocative,
full of examples of children doing remarkable things. He is available
to speak on a variety of customized topics at your conference,
district in-service day or university. Click here for more information.
Gary Stager is an experienced workshop presenter having led more
than 1,000 hands-on/minds-on workshops for educators around the
world. He is available for a wide variety of workshops customized
to meet your needs, lasting several hours to virtual and face-to-face
professional development courses over many months. Click here for
Gary Stager is a
professional journalist and experienced technical writer.
He is available to assist your organization with proposal
writing, marketing materials, training scripts and software
Gary's popular monthly column
is published monthly by District Administration Magazine in addition to
regular features written and editng duties for that magazine. He is the Editor for The Pulse; Education's Place for Debate and a constributor to The Huffington Post. For several
years, Gary was Editor-in-Chief of ISTE's Logo Exchange journal.
Gary Stager is one of the authors of the recently published TechYes Student Guide and The TechYes Implementation Guide. TechYes is a revolutionary product that allows middle school students to earn computer literacy certification through the creation of personally-meaningful peer-reviewed projects.
Gary is coauthor of The North Star Guide to Technology Planning, Snapshots! Educational Insights from the Thornburg Center and the author of MicroWorlds Pro Tips and Tricks.
Expanding Expectations is a series of online professional development resources Gary created for Apple Computer.
Gary has authored online courses for LCSI and the federally-funded
Mathstar project. He has also written successful Federal
grant proposals. Gary Stager has created documents for purposes
of product development, training, internal communications
and publicity under contract to LCSI, LEGO, Claris, Apple
Computer, Tom Snyder Productions, Disney, Universal Studios,
Pepperdine University, Davidson and Associates, Encore Software
Fablevision and We Learn at Home.
letter to the editor...
response is simply, "terrific." I
think Gary's thinking is clear and uncluttered with false
a successful grant writer, 4th grade teacher and Nationally
Board Certified Teacher, I find that Gary is very
much in tune with the reality of day to day teaching in
a real classroom. Many
of his aside comments hit the mark directly...
...Gary's article is so outstanding that I have printed
it out to share with my principal and I think it will be
off" point for more indepth discussion and to borrow
a phrase, "accountable talk." My students
are currently publishing their stories on our classroom
and not skipping any of the steps of the Writing Process. I
felt encouraged and reinforced in my efforts when I noted
that Gary pointed out the importance of this.
San Pedro, California