Chrystalla Mouza Named Distinguished Professor in Teacher Education
Dean Vukelich and the College of Education and Human Development cordially invite you to attend Mouza’s inaugural talk as Distinguished Professor in Teacher Education.
Learning to Teach with Emerging Technologies: Implications for Teacher Education
Friday, December 14, 2018 at 4pm
Gore Recital Hall in the Roselle Center for the Arts
We will also present the CEHD Excellence in Teaching Award at this event. Our Holiday Reception will follow the talk in the lobby of the Center for the Arts.
Please RSVP by 12/10 to Nina Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chrystalla Mouza has been named the Distinguished Professor in Teacher Education. Mouza joined the university in 2003 as an assistant professor specializing in educational and instructional technologies. She was named director of the School of Education earlier this year. Her research examines how teachers learn to use digital technologies in their teaching and how technology-rich learning environments support teacher and student outcomes.
Mouza is the recipient of several awards, including the Distinguished Research in Teacher Education Award from the Association of Teacher Educators in 2010. She currently serves as editor-in-chief for the journal of Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE) and as series editor for Research, Innovations and Methods in Educational Technology (Information Age Publishing).
She earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Ioannina in Greece and her master’s of arts, master’s of education, and doctorate of education in instructional technology and media in education from Columbia University’s Teachers College. She completed postdoctoral work at the Educational Testing Service.