Craig D. Howard earned his PhD from Indiana University Bloomington and his MA at Teachers College Columbia University in New York City and is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling. Craig spent a few years teaching in New York City public schools and seven years as a lecturer at two universities in Tokyo, Japan. He studies instructional design- how we put instruction together, how we go about deciding what methods help learners learn best, and how we select the tools we’re going to use to do it.
Craig has been involved with the International Journal of Designs for Learning, since the journal’s first inception in 2010.
Craig’s contact information:
Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling
517 Jane and David Bailey Education Complex
1126 Volunteer Boulevard
Knoxville, TN 37996-3400