Partial Credit started as a dream. Then it turned into a vision. Then we all got busy living (not busy dying), so it went away for a while. But now it's back and better than ever.
Who are these guys?
Jeffery Heil lives and works in sunny San Diego, California. He is a father, an educator, education consultant and speaker, as well as a hand and foot model. In his spare time, he loves snowboarding, traveling, taking and sharing pictures, and spending time with his daughters. As a former bartender, his claim to fame was serving drinks to Axl Rose and Slash from Guns N Roses and John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin. You can find him on all social media at @jheil65
Jesse Lubinsky was born under a bad sign and raised on the mean streets of New York City. He now lives in Westchester County, NY with his wife and three amazing kids and works as a Director of Technology & Innovation and Chief Information Officer. An avid pop-culture geek, passionate sports fan, and voracious foodie, when he’s not traveling or searching for a great meal, he’s usually planning his next big adventure. He also has a Bacon Number of 3 (Look him up on IMDB!). You can find him on Twitter and Instagram at @jlubinsky.
Donnie Piercey works as a full-time daddy, full-time husband, and full-time teacher in Lexington, Kentucky. He likes dinosaurs, anything to do with outer space, and obscure films from the 80s and 90s. He doesn't like NASCAR, but he got to hang out with Jeff Gordon's family once. He also realized his bio wasn’t as long as Jeff and Jesse’s, so he added this sentence to make himself feel more important. You can find him on Twitter at @mrpiercey.
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BEHIND THE SCENES
Christopher J. Nesi, the host of the House of #EdTech Podcast, PodcastPD, Producer of the Google Teacher Tribe Podcast and founder of the Education Podcast Network, produces GTT and maintains the website which includes each episode’s show notes and resources. He is certified in social studies (K-12) and supervision in the state of New Jersey and has inspired students and teachers at the middle, high school, and collegiate levels. Technology and its role in education are his professional passion.