Online vs. In-Person Instruction in the MDI Schools
February 19, 2021
Free - Online discussion via Zoom
This free event is open to the public - please register below.
Marc Gousse, Superintendent of MDI schools, will facilitate a discussion on in-person versus online instruction for the MDI schools, including the challenges, advantages and disadvantages of both approaches.
Dr. Marc Gousse is the Superintendent of our MDI Schools. He is a lifelong resident of Maine, raised in Lewiston. He is a graduate of the Maine Maritime Academy with a BS degree is Nautical Science and a minor in Humanities. Commissioned as an Ensign in the U.S Navy, Gousse served worldwide aboard break-bulk cargo ships, container vessels, supply vessels and tankers. In concert with shipping assignments, he began his career in education as a substitute teacher. It was there that Marc discovered his calling: a passion for people, teaching and learning.
After further education at Bates and the University of Southern Maine, Gousse received his doctoral degree in educational administration at California Coast University. He has held teaching positions and coaching positions in various schools in Maine. In June of 2016, he was named to his present role as Superintendent of Schools for the Mount Desert Island Regional School System.
He and his wife of 36 years, Jeanne, currently reside near Bar Harbor, Maine.