Ross Dunbar teaches social studies at Skyline High School in Ann Arbor. He has been a public school teacher for 16 years and is an attending teacher with U of M.

Prior to teaching Ross worked for a decade in the private sector as director of new media for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), senior Web developer for Thinkmap, database programmer for the American Institutes for Research (AIR), and technical writer and contributing author for Battelle.

Ross holds a B.A. with honors from Oberlin College, a M.S. in Information Systems from Johns Hopkins University, and a M.Ed. from George Washington University, and is a member of the NESA. He lives in Ann Arbor with his wife Mitra, daughter Ayla, son Nico, and dog Edie.


Courses for Students:
* AP Microeconomics --> Performance Tasks
* AP Macroeconomics --> Performance Tasks
* U.S. Gov. & Politics --> Performance Tasks
* World History --> Performance Tasks
* CMPP Magnet Program
| IPP | Y1G | DM | Capstone |

Workshops for Teachers:
* Inquiry-Based Learning (C --> EV --> +R)
* Evidence-Based Writing & Debates
* Writing Revisions for Student Growth
* LGBTQ Inclusive Classrooms: .pdf
--> CNN: "Raising Ryland"
* "All Voices Considered" Learning

Education Solutions & Services:
* for mastery of
Common Core skills & the new SAT
* for performance tasks