Eric Flescher has worked as a teacher, from preschool to college levels, in the areas of computer technology, science, and special education. He has worked as a consultant for Project IMAGE and SPICA at Harvard University, NASA, Smithsonian, Annenburg PBS Foundation, and Newton's Apple.
Currently, Flescher teaches gifted students for Kansas City, KS schools and presents computer and multi-intelligence modes workshops. He is also an education technology consultant and adjunct faculty member of Lesley College. Flescher is the author of reviews in Roeper Review, Sky & Telescope, and for the National Science Teachers Association. He has had activities published by Odyssey and through Harvard University. Flescher received his doctorate at the University of Kansas in teaching and leadership, and his dissertation was a qualitative study in Discovery and Experiential-Based Learning with Computer Simulations. He was named 1989 Kansas and Regional Computing Using teacher of the year by IBM and Classroom Computer Learning magazine and 1990 National Space Club space educator of the year. He also was coordinator of Project I.C.E., which won the Secondary award for the state of Kansas with the NASA Orbiter Naming Program (1989).
Flescher co-directs a summer computer space camp, Computer Magic and Worlds to Explore, and a simulations camp called Starship Satori. He presents workshops on topics such as integrating technology using intelligence modes, hyperstudio, and software integration into the classroom. He is Webmaster for the following sites:hidden objects gamesshooter gamespuzzle gamesbest pc gamespc game downloads