Our staff includes master teachers with teaching certificates to create the instructional material. In addition, a staff of education editors and computer experts are involved in completing the instructional presentation.
Blaise J. Subbiondo, P. E. President of eTAP, Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Manhattan College, NYC., Teaching Credential - UCLA. Licensed Building Contractor - Calif., Register Civil Engineer - Calif. His education experience is broad and includes instruction, curriculum development, and administration. In addition, he has taught in the apprenticeship program and prepared a correspondence course of instruction. His business and civil engineering experience is extensive and related to all phases of real-estate development as owner builder including planning, construction, marketing and property management.
Leonard Valore, eTAP Senior Editor and Director of Education: MA in Secondary School Administration, B. A. in Psychology, CA Credential in Secondary Teaching and Administration, - Past Vice President of Education for National Education Corporation, Independent Study Division, Past Principal. Vice-Principle, Head Counselor, Head of Science Department, Math and Science Teacher in high school in four different secondary school districts in California.
Gideon L. Weinstein Ph.D. Mathematics Education, Indiana University, Contributed to tutorials in middle school mathematics.
Austin G. Keeping, Masters Degree in Education in Curriculum and Instruction. Department Head in Mathematics, St John Bosco School, St John’s, Newfoundland. Consultant for Mathematics instruction preparation.
Herman Brown, Engineer, initial eTAP web master, has placed more than 5,000 pages of content on eTAP website.
Gabor J. Toth, MS, CA teaching credentials K-12, English, Mathematics and Science. He has contributed to the preparation of high school Science and English plus elementary Mathematics. He is eTAP webmaster and has uploaded most of the content to eTAP website.
Kathy Harrie, BA, MA Curriculum and Instruction, CA & GA teaching credentials K-8, Language Arts/English & Science tutorial writer
Nancy J. Foster, BA Stanford University. Writer, editor and award-winning creator of major national advertising campaigns and educational programs for radio and TV. CEO of The Write Stuff (New York, Santa Fe, and Blue Ridge, VA). Creative consultant-tutorial writer. She has contributed tutorials to English and History.
Adel Arshaghi received B.S. in Mathematics and Chemistry from Lincoln Memorial University. MS in Mathematical Sciences from East Tennessee State University. He has taught mathematics in different institutions at all levels. His last teaching position was at Virginia Highlands College. He has authored, edited, reviewed, etc. for Prentice Hall, McGraw Hill, etc. He has provided tutorial for eTAP Geometry, Algebra I and II.
Cheryl Bliss, B. S. in Secondary Education, Valley Forge Christian College. Instructional Designer for McGraw-Hill New Media. Designed and wrote Social studies, English and Science for internet and CD-ROM products. Cheryl has contributed to eTAP English, History and Science.
Jaclyn Basgil, B. A., B. S.(Physics), College of New Jersey. She has taught Physics including Honors Physics at Santana High School, Santee Ca. She has prepared the instruction for High School Physics.
Lance Corey, M. S. Chemistry from Simon Fraser University, British Columbia. He has edited Science and Mathematics.
Timothy O’Sullivan, PH. D. Chemistry from New York University. He has edited Science.
Kate Simmons, Ph. D. Chemistry from Pennsylvania State University. She has written the tutorials for High School Chemistry.
Russell D. Poulet, B. A. in Secondary Education-Mathematics from Rhode Island College, He has contributed tutorials and questions to Mathematics.
Natalie Austin, M. S. Computer Education and Cognitive Systems from University of North Texas. She has edited tutorials and revised online content.
Theresa Terry, B.S. Biology Education, Ferris State University, Flint, Michigan has contributed tutorials to High School Biology.
Laurie Hart, MS Biology, University of Memphis, Tennessee, has edited and contributed tutorials to High School Biology.