Michael Kozuch (He/Him) has been a public high school teacher and education consultant for the last 26 years. He is a graduate of Northeastern University, BS ’93 and Harvard University, M. Ed. ’98 and has worked for the Massachusetts Department of Education, the Massachusetts Teachers Association and the Newton Public Schools. Much of his education work is drawn from his experience working as a research participant with Harvard’s Project Zero, where he helped to develop models for interdisciplinary teaching and learning. He has been a guest lecturer at Boston College, the International Baccalaureate Asia Pacific Conference, and Harvard’s Project Zero Classroom. In addition to teaching full-time, he is a curriculum developer with MIT’s Climate Action Through Education program, President of Earth Day Boston and a member of the Massachusetts Teachers Association Climate Action Network. Michael is a world traveler, participating in a four-month exchange in Beijing, China, as well as shorter programs in South Korea, Indonesia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Morocco, Ecuador, Iceland and the Czech Republic.