At the College of William & Mary, I teach several of the Designs for Technology-Enhanced Learning courses in the teacher preparation program at the baccalaureate and masters level as well doctoral courses in the Curriculum and Educational Technology program.

In all my courses, I stress curriculum and pedagogy first and technology second. My philosophy is that technology can support teaching and learning, but only when it connects well with both the content focus and teaching approach. Current technology tools and resources can support a variety of content and process goals in a number of instructional approaches. In fact, it is only when we consider the whole range of potential uses that we can find the best, most effective fit.