Ph.D. in progress, Curriculum and Instruction (Specialization: Instructional Theory, Design and Technology), University at Albany
CAS, Curriculum and Instruction (Specializations: Instructional Theory, Design and Technology, and Language in Education), University at Albany
MLS, University at Albany
BA, Biblical Studies, American Bible College & Seminary, Magna Cum Laude
Online pedagogy; faculty attitudes towards online teaching and learning; faculty adoption of online teaching; language in education; dialogic classroom; social, cognitive, and instructional presence in the computer mediated classroom
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