Professional Learning Specialist

Clinton Weinberg

Clint has over 20 years of experience as an educator, and his areas expertise include music education, special education, clinical massage therapy, and yoga. Clint enjoys infusing technology into all instructional content to enhance engagement and accessibility for learners of all levels. Clint earned a BM in Voice Performance from the University of North Florida, an MAEd in Teaching Excellence from Bethel University, an Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus in Distance Learning Technology and Instructional Design from the University of West Florida, where he is currently completing his Ed.D. 

Much of Clint’s teaching career was spent working in elementary education with students in urban public schools. In 2017 he shifted his focus to higher education and currently serves as Resident Artist at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida, where he teaches Applied Voice, Elementary Methods in the Arts, First-Year Seminar, and directs the Flagler College Pep Band. By integrating technology within the learning environment, regardless of the content area, Clint believes that students and teachers can more fully explore their potential for creativity and problem solving. As a researcher, Clint is particularly interested in the impact of video self-modeling for students with performance anxiety and public speaking.