Tacoma , Washington
"Do, or do not. There is no 'try"
— Jedi Master Yoda
Duane Duxbury is a leading innovator in student, teacher, and school data collection and analysis in Washington State. He currently serves as instructional information coordinator in the Franklin Pierce School District in the Tacoma area. He has more than ten years of experience with Adobe® ColdFusion® application server, and in the last year moved to the Flex/Adobe Flash®/Adobe AIR® environment for SQL Server/mySQL database back-end data interaction and display.
Prior to his current position, Duxbury was a district administrator in the Everett School District focusing on assessment. Fourteen districts across the state use web-based tools he has developed.
His teaching experience includes music technology and fine arts teacher at Henry M. Jackson High School in the Everett School District. The music program at Henry M. Jackson High School established a unique project-based curriculum in music technology, music theory, and music production. Duxbury served as music technology chairperson for the Washington Music Educators Association and was a Smart Tools Academy faculty member for the Gates Learning Foundation. Duxbury holds a BA, BM, and MEd from the University of Washington.
Learning & Leading with Technology — Published by the International Society for Technology in Education
Connections — Published by the International Society for Technology in Education
Newsletter — Washington Association of Secondary School Principals, 1997, 2000
Voice Magazine — Published by the Washington State Music Educators Association