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Students Learn How to Transfer Theoretical Knowledge to Actual Work Site Situations
I am eager to determine how ICT can benefit some of the world’s poorest learners, such as those in the informal settlements in this beautiful but socially under-resourced city.
GSEP’s doctoral programs in the Education Division offer a wide range of professional possibilities after graduation.
A perspective by Todd Coston from the Fall/Winter 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
Research Promotes Development, an initiative from the Fall/Winter 2009 Issue of Colleague Alumni Magazine.
They traveled to deliver computers to remote mountain villages as part of a project to promote youth leadership and social change through the use of technology.
GSEP Receives $50,000 Grant from Microsoft for Exploration of Future Learning Environments.
Educational Technology student Brett Schneider develops documentary curriculum.
In “The World Is Flat”, author Thomas Friedman describes how modern technology is flattening the world that Christopher Columbus discovered was round.
Margaret Riel, was honored with the world’s most prestigious distance learning award from the United States Distance Learning Association.
Educational Technology alumni join forces to create a new educational alliance dedicated to authentic learning.
Lani Fraizer’s passion for student computer clubs has become part of her academic journey as well as her career.
GSEP’s Online Master’s Degree in Educational Technology program received the Platinum Award for Best Practices in Distance Learning Programming (Online).
Lieutenant Andrea H. Cameron describes her life as United States Navy Human Resources Officer.
From the operating room of Docente Hospital in Riobamba, Ecuador, Jennifer Trubenbach looks out into a waiting room packed with children and their parents’.
Bonita Coleman traveled to the Pantanal region, Brazil, and got involved in a series of nature studies, and her students are learning from her adventures.
Tom Davies, a doctoral student in educational technology, was awarded NASA’s most prestigious award for Space Flight Awareness (SFA) earlier this year.
The entire class environment is a creation of imagination and each student is tapped into an academic world that extends far beyond the confines of one classroom.
Ronald Glahn, 2002 graduate of the Educational Technology doctoral program was awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship.