Robert Maw has been an educator in Alaska, Washington, and Nevada for 19 years. Robert has a Bachelor’s degree in Planning and Resource Management from Brigham Young University and a Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Anchorage Alaska. Robert has spent 15 years in grades 6-8 teaching Math, Science, Explorations, and Social Studies.
In 2011, Robert was selected to be one of the few teachers in Nevada to participate in the Pathways Project. Through the Pathways Project, Robert was a pioneer in implementing technology in the classroom to enhance math curriculum and increase student engagement. Robert was a key presenter at UNR and numerous districts in Nevada for the implementation of technology to create a 21st Century classroom.
Robert spent four years working for the Carson City School District as a Teacher on Special Assignment focusing on training staff on the implementation of technology in the classroom. During this time, Robert became a Google Certified Trainer and a Level 1 and 2 Google Certified Teacher. In 2018, Robert participated in the writing of the first Computer Science standards for the State of Nevada and now works for NWRPDP as the Secondary Computer Science Facilitator.