Dr. Cheryl Hanewicz is an Associate Professor and Department Chair in the Technology Management Department at Utah Valley University. She has also served as an Assistant Dean in the College of Technology and Computing as well as Senior Director of Student Success and Retention. She is interested in helping students achieve academic success and attracting more women into technology-related fields. Previously she taught technology-related courses at Eastern Michigan University. Dr. Hanewicz has over 20 years of computer and managerial experience in both the business and academic environments. In addition to teaching, Dr. Hanewicz has published technology-related books and articles as well as participated in professional conferences. She received her Bachelor of Science, Master of Liberal Studies in Technology, and Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Technology Management.
Teaching and learning are mutually supportive. They are flip sides of the same page. Good teachers are prepared to be good students. This principle should be the background to the learning environment. This background characterization of teaching and learning entails the following guiding principles.