New Jersey City University
United States of America - Jersey City
Remberto "Rem" Jimenez is a 20 year veteran in the educational technology space, a doctoral candidate in the Educational Technology Leadership Program at NJCU, a corporate trainer, e-learning developer, and adjunct instructor. I am a designer of learning via the use of multimedia tools.
Areas of interest
- Computational Thinking
- Digital Storytelling/Video
- Distance/Flexible Education
- Faculty Development
- Information Literacy Education, Library & Media Science
- Mathematics Education
- Mobile Learning
- New Possibilities with Information Technologies
- Science Education
- Teaching & Learning with Emerging Technologies
- Technological, Pedagogical And Content Knowledge
- Technology Leadership
- Universal Design for Learning
- Workforce Education
Remberto "Rem" Jimenez is a 20 year veteran in the educational technology space, a doctoral candidate in the Educational Technology Leadership Program at NJCU, a corporate trainer, e-learning developer, and adjunct instructor. My passion is in understanding how learning is facilitated and supported via the use of computer mediated technologies. Therefore, I spend much of time considering the design of learning and how we can improve existing designs to support the dynamic needs of learners.
My philosophy, as an educational technology leader, is that all learning activities can be designed to address the myriad needs of our learners, regardless of their level of comfort or familiarity with the technologies being used. We must always keep the learner in mind when developing a learner solution. In short, the technology used in a learning activity supports learning objectives and doesn't hinder the process.
Education: - BA in Mathematics from New Jersey City University - MA in Educational Communications and Technology from New York University - Post MA Certificate in Educational Technology from New York University
My research interests include: College Student Success in STEM programs, Online Learning Environments, Self-efficacy in online learning environments, Instructional Design Methodologies, Social Constructivism and Adult Learning.