University of Mississippi
Areas of interest
- Technology Integration in Teacher Education and K12
- Computational Thinking
- Learning Sciences
- Online Learning
University of Mississippi2006-Present
Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education2006-Present
- Addressing Equity and Access in Online Learning and More....
- Preparing Teachers to Teach Digital Citizenship
- Digital Citizenship
- Emerging Technologies: Disconnects: K12, Teacher Education and the Computational Sciences
- Preparing the Next Generation for the World of Tomorrow using Emerging Technologies
- Preparing the Next Generation for the World of Tomorrow using Emerging Technologies, Part 2
- Preparing Students for the 21st Century, An Exploration of Emerging Technologies, Participatory Culture, Content and Pedagogy Strategies, Part 1
- Preparing Students for the 21st Century, An Exploration of Emerging Technologies, Participatory Culture, Content and Pedagogy Strategies, Part 2
- The PT3 Special Issue of Educational Technology Research and Development, II
- The PT3 Special Issue of Educational Technology Research and Development
Currently employed at the University of Mississippi teaching technology integration in face to face and online formats.
Dr. Plants returned to the university after serving at the Center for the Study of Learning, Instruction, and Teacher Development as Senior Research Associate where he was involved with studies of best practices of teacher education and technology. Additionally, he has served at Vanderbilt University’s Learning Technology Center as Project Coordinator for the school’s Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology Grant (PT3). He began his career as Research Associate in the Center for the Study of Educational Policy at the University of Memphis. He holds an Ed.D. (2000) in Instructional Design and Technology from the University of Memphis. Current interests are focused on STEM and computational thinking. Member of the SITE leadership team and the SITE Facebook grant team.
Seeking new opportunities.