Arizona State University
United States of America - Phoenix
- New SIG Chair Orientation
- Education for Sustainability: Online Professional Development for Educators
- What Does It Mean to Be an Online Teacherpreneur?: A Qualitative Investigation of Highly Experienced and Successful Authors on Teacher Pay Teachers
- What’s Happening in Blended and Online Learning: Innovative Practice and Lessons Learned
- International Teachers’ Evolving Relationships with Educational Technology
- Part 1: Symposium on Research in K-12 Online and Blended Learning
- Part 2: Symposium on Research in K-12 Online and Blended Learning
- Digital Story Design: Producing Effective Videos by Comparing Visual Components
- 2016-17 Special Issues of AACE’s Journal of Online Learning Research
- What is Online Teacherpreneurship and Why Does It Matter for Education?
I am an associate professor at Arizona State University. My research interests include K-12 online learning and teacher preparation, the use of emerging technologies in education, and the educational implications of virtual environments. My research centers around three overarching questions:
1) What are the challenges that teachers face in online environments, what skills do they need to be successful, and how can institutions of higher education work to better prepare educators for online and blended environments?
2) What is the nature of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) and how does this inform preparing teachers for 21st century classrooms, a growing number of which will not have walls?
3) How can the use of emerging technologies improve the teaching/learning process and outcomes for both teachers and students, to prepare the next generation of literate citizens?