High School Educator, Northridge High School, Davis School District
David Seiter is a thirty-three year classroom veteran in Utah and Ohio. He has served on numerous national and state curriculum committees and was the lead curriculum developer on the Cesar Chavez K-12 E-Curriculum for the state of California. Mr. Seiter has served as a consultant for Harvard’s Project Zero, the PBS series “Race” and “Africans in America,” the James Madison Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, and the country of Estonia. Mr. Seiter is a past recipient of the National Social Studies Teacher of the Year Award and the Disney American Teacher Award. He is currently President of the Utah Council for the Social Studies. Mr. Seiter received his undergraduate degree from Wright State University and his Masters from Weber State University. He is currently in the doctoral program at Northcentral University.
Saturday, July 5
Enduring Communities Educators Presentation
Mary Grace Ketner, Consultant, UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures
Toni Loroña-Allen, Middle School Educator, Sacaton Middle School, Sacaton School District
Allyson Nakamoto, Teacher Programs Manager, Japanese American National Museum
Pam Newman, Regis University
Rebecca Sánchez, Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico
Dave Seiter, High School Educator, Northridge High School, Davis School District
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Location: Capitol 7, 4th Floor
Topic: Defining, Preserving and Expanding the Community