Dr. Binford served as a public school educator for 24 years. His first teaching assignment was at Twin Lakes High School in Florida where he taught American government, American history, and AP European history. He later served as a teacher and administrator in Indiana as well as an adjunct instructor at Indiana University.
Dr. Binford has published a historical simulation entitled, “Lincoln’s Cabinet and the Sumter Crisis: a simulation.” He has also co-authored (with Lynne Boyle-Baise) an article entitled, “The Banneker History Project: Serving as Historic Investigators of a Once Segregated School” and a book chapter, “Segregation and the News: Learning about Racism in our Town,” in Service-Learning in Higher Education: Critical Issues and Directions.
Binford, P.E. (November 11, 2010). Awakening the Lumbering Giant: The Establishment Reform, paper presented at the annual meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly for NCSS, Denver, CO.
Binford, P.E. (November 13, 2010). A View of the Boston Massacre: constructing historical narrative” for the annual meeting of NCSS on November 13, 2010.