Charles Graham is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Psychology and Technology at Brigham Young University with a focus on effective teaching and learning with technology. He earned his doctorate in Instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University where he worked for the Center for Research on Learning and Technology and helped to helped to develop the Learning to Teach with Technology Studio, an online professional development environment for K-12 teachers.
Charles currently coordinates the “teaching with technology” courses for pre-service teachers at BYU. He also serves on the BYU Educators Preparation Program Committee with a specific stewardship for overseeing technology integration in the curriculum. He has been involved with the BYU Public School Partnership and most recently worked with the Nebo School District in evaluating their Technology for New Teachers program.
While his primary research focus is technology integration at the higher education level, he has gained a broad perspective on issues of technology integration in K-12 environments from his participation in the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) annual conferences. In 2005 he was also sponsored by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) to travel to China to address educators there.
Charles enjoys teaching and feels that technology, if used effectively, can really empower teachers and students.
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