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May 1, 2013: David is the 2013 recipient of the Brock University Faculty of Education Award for Excellence in Teaching.
October 26, 2012: David delivers a presentation related to integrating video games into schools at the Educational Computing Organization of Ontario Conference.
May 8, 2012: At an Ontario Ministry of Education conference, David participates in a panel discussion focused on integrating video games into K-12 education.
April, 2012: David publishes an article titled "The Student Filmmaker: Enhancing Literacy Skills through Digital Video Production" as part of the Ontario Ministry of Education's Research into Practice series.
May 18, 2011: David participates in a panel session titled "Why so Serious? Valuable Play and eLearning" at the InPlay Conference in Toronto.
July 1, 2011: David is promoted to Full Professor.
November 12, 2010: David delivers a presentation related to integrating video games into schools at the Educational Computing Organization of Ontario Conference.
October, 2010: David is interviewed for a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) news story on the The National about integrating video games into the elementary school curriculum.
September 13, 2010: David publishes an article about integrating video games into the middle school classroom in Middle Ground.
June 9, 2010: David delivers a convocation address to graduates in Brock's teacher education program. The speech is covered by the St. Catharines Standard newspaper as part of it's Brock convocation reporting.
Hutchison, PhD is a Professor in the Department of Teacher
Education, Faculty of Education, Brock University.
Between 2009 and 2013, David served as Chair of the Department of Teacher Education. In 2013, he was awarded the Brock University Faculty of Education Award for Excellence in Teaching.
is the author of six books. His research has been
profiled by Canadian TV, radio, and newspaper media, including
the CBC, CTV, CityTV (Breakfast Television), CHCH-TV, and A-Channel London.
is the owner and lead developer at Lakewood
Studios, a Macintosh software developer that publishes database products for personal, educational,
and business use.