Computing lessons for
Elementary grades 3 – 5
Computing lessons and projects for
Middle School
Computing lessons and projects for
High School
Professional development for
K-12 Teachers

What We Do

Bob Brown visits K-12 schools in metro Atlanta on behalf of an area university to present material on computing. There's a list of available presentations at the Outreach link. These presentations are geared toward middle school and high school students, but can be adapted for other audiences, including elementary school students. The presentations are free of charge, and most do not require that students have computer access. Contact Bob at Bob@ProfessorBrown.net for details or to schedule a presentation.

Limited visits by university students are also possible. Bob can provide more information.

About Bob Brown

Dr. Brown began a career in information technology and health care information systems in 1969. Following his career in information technology, Bob taught college, beginning part-time in 1996, then full time in 2003. He has taught at Southern College of Technology, Southern Polytechnic State University, and Kennesaw State University, all without leaving the campus in Marietta. He retired from teaching in the University System of Georgia in 2017. Today his office is a tiny mailbox on a university campus, but that's OK because Bob comes to you. Bob's Ph.D. in computer information systems is from Nova Southeastern University.

About the pictures: There are legal and practical difficulties with putting pictures of the kids with whom Bob has worked on the World Wide Web, so the pictures of students and teachers on this site are mostly stock photographs of professional models. The professional development pictures were taken at a workshop Bob conducted.