Michael M. Grant is an Associate Professor in the
Instructional Design & Technology program at the University of
Memphis. He is an education scientist, teacher, keynote and workshop presenter, author, and consultant to K-12 schools and in higher education.
His research considers three
complementary areas: the design and development of technology-enhanced learning
environments, graphic and instructional designs to support learning, and key
learner characteristics used in learning. He works with teachers, schools, faculty members, and university to facilitate
students represent their learning with computer technologies in different ways,
particularly within project-based learning.
His most recent scholarship, workshops, and presentations have focused on how to
design, develop, and implement mobile teaching and learning in K-12 and higher
education, particularly in STEM disciplines.
Dr. Grant earned his Ph.D. from
The University of Georgia in Instructional Technology. He is currently the
Editor of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning, the
President of the Research & Theory Division of AECT, and the Past Chair of
SIG-IT for AERA.
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