Dr. Fidler received his doctoral degree from Syracuse University in Science Education and a certificate of advanced graduate study in advanced educational leadership from Harvard University. He teaches courses in experimental and theoretical physics, astronomy, physical sciences, physical science for elementary education majors, and elementary and secondary science methods. His teaching environments span across traditional classroom settings, hybrid classroom models, and fully online via numerous learning system platforms. In addition to his previous collegiate teaching experience, he is a certified physics teacher with years of K-12 teaching experience.
Dr. Fidler specializes in modern curriculum and digital learning system solutions. He has over 20 years of industry leadership experience including scientific teaching and learning, advanced science education research, learning systems innovation, and successful science education program leadership. He continues to serve as key stakeholder in large scale federally awarded grants from National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, and the US Department of Education.
Dr. Fidler continues to publish and present his work at international conferences and in international and national peer-reviewed publications. He is dedicated to delivering a high quality science education program which focuses on helping citizens better understand nature and the implications/applications of social interactions with the natural world.