|Title:||Assistant Professor - Elementary Education|
Sandie Waters is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Utah Valley University and Program Coordinator of the Intern Program of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. She has previously taught and conducted research at USU, IUB, and UVU.
Dr Waters' research focuses on the integration of Web 2.0 Workshops into schools and higher education, the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on collaboration and creativity, and socially responsible open education. She teaches/has taught Distance Education, Technology Integration, Instructional Media, Computer Technology in Education, Foundations in Education, Curriculum Design, Projects in Instructional Technology, Practicum in Distance Education, Web 2.0 Workshops, and Learning Theory. She is currently working on 'backpack' technologies and will begin working with schools, principals, tech coordinators, IT specialists, and teachers to empower them to bring 21st Century Technological Tools into Utah's educational system in Summer 2009. She is currently writing a book regarding Web 2.0 and backpack technologies to be published by an open publisher.
Dr Waters' personal interests include Karate (2nd Degree Black Belt - Kwon Shu), Life Coaching, bicycling, hiking, blogging, facebooking, texting, IMing, Google, Zumba, swimming, and friends.
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