Gail Hunger


Gail is interested in creating collaborative teaching and learning environments with an inquiry based process approach. Her teaching and research focus on theory and design-based research including collaborative team based design, active learning, and authentic instruction. She facilitates conversations with faculty across grounds to construct thoughtful connections between academic technologies, scholarship, and learning for authentic course design. She supports faculty innovation and works in the STEM fields, in addition to the arts and humanities.

Gail has extensive experience leading synergistic projects incorporating technology enhanced learning and course redesign at national and international higher education institutions.

Gail has an Ed.D. in Instructional Design & Technology, an M.A. and B.A. in Mathematics Education.

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