I am Anthony Valentin (Mr.V), a History teacher currently serving at Stuyvesant High School. I am responsible for the construction and maintenance of this website. The site traces its origins to September 2001 when our school building had to be evacuated and we took temporary residence at our sister school, Brooklyn Technical High School.

You can find me with my students every weekday during the school year. When not in the classroom, I’ll be working furiously at my desk in room 351. You can communicate with me by…

EMail: mr.v@worldhistoryreview.org
Twitter: follow @WorldHistReview
Website: http://www.worldhistoryreview.org
Telephone: 212-312-4800

School address:
Stuyvesant High School
345 Chambers Street
New York, NY 10282

WorldHistoryReview.org is a domain owned by Mr. V for use in his work at the NYC Dept. of Education.


I led a session titled “Teacher Workflows: Workload Management” at the 2015 NYCDOE School Technology Summit on July 29th. Visit the home page for more about the summit. Also visit my session page for info on what I discussed.


If you click on the PBS link below, you can see me as a focus group participant in the PBS effort titled “American Graduate: A Conversation with Teachers”, which aired in June 2012. You can scroll to the 08:19 mark in the video to see & hear my response to Ray Suarez’s question “Why do kids drop out”?


Watch American Graduate: A Conversation with Teachers on PBS. See more from THIRTEEN Specials.


To read an interview I participated in at the request of the good people from Mindmeister (a mind-mapping web application), please click http://www.scribd.com/doc/87790233/MindMeister-%E2%80%BA-Case-Study-%E2%80%BA-Anthony-Valentin


You can listen to an interview I participated in with the good folks at ‘Ponder.co’ (June 2014). The subject of the interview were my thoughts on the practical use and effectiveness of the Ponder Web application in a public high school History course.


You can find all of my published documents at http://www.scribd.com/WorldHistoryReview. They can also be conveniently accessed from the various topic pages within this site.

Credentials: Learn a little more about me by visiting Mr.V on Linked-In.



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