Randall Black is from Huntington, WV where he continues his attempts to initiate change in education. He is an educator, technology specialist, and podcaster with a goal to help students, teachers, and administrators to improve for success in, and out, of the classroom. He is focused on continuous improvement of his skills as an educator and his knowledge base as a technology specialist. He has presented at various conferences and events and provided training to teachers and students in both small and large scale settings.
Randall is currently working with Putnam County Schools as a Technology Systems Specialist. Prior to working for Putnam County Schools he served at Huntington Middle School (HMS) in Huntington, WV as the Title I Technology Integration Specialist (TIS) in Cabell County, WV. He also worked at both Enslow Middle School (2007-2009) and Cabell Midland High School (2009-2013) teaching Social Studies.
Randall is a 2004 graduate of Marshall University with a B.A. in Secondary Education (Social Studies) and History. He also has a M.A. in Teaching and Learning with Technology from Ashford University in 2012. In addition to being certified to teach Social Studies, he holds certification as a Technology Integration Specialist, Technology Systems Specialist, and Library Media Specialist.
Randall is also currently involved in the organization and execution of the bi-monthly #WVEdChat. This bi-monthly chat among educators from West Virginia, and beyond, hopes to continue helping all participants to personalize their professional development and continue their growth.
You can view Randall’s Curriculum Vitae here.
You can view Randall’s TSS/TIS Portfolio here.
Randall is also an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church and is available to perform wedding ceremonies. If you are interested in his services for your wedding or commitment ceremony, use the contact page.