Bio & Contact

Background

I grew up in the Western New York area between Niagara Falls and Buffalo. Early teaching experiences included teaching Austrian high school students English using comics at Karl-Fransens Universität Graz, Austria, in 1990-91, and a number of K12 teaching experiences. After earning a Masters at Teachers College Columbia University, I held several academic positions, including seven years in Japan in roles akin to pre-tenure assistant professor, 語学専任講師. I returned to the US to complete a Ph.D. at Indiana University Bloomington in Instructional Systems Technology and then taught at Texas A&M University before moving to East Tennessee to teach at UT Knoxville as Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology.

Craig’s short bio for publications

Craig D. Howard is an Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. He earned a Ph.D. from Indiana University Bloomington and a Masters from Teachers College, Columbia University.  Craig employs methods of discourse analysis and the instructional design case to develop how we support critical discourse in learners engaged in mediated learning environments.

Useful contact information

  • Craig’s personal email: cdh[at]indiana.edu
  • Craig’s LinkedIn
  • Craig’s Skype: craighoward812
  • Website
  • Blog

Bloggers I follow

Doug Doblar | Colin GrayPatrick LowenthalDavid Wiley | Andrew Barrett | George Veletsianos | Karen Kelsky | Abbie Brown & Tim Green | Matt Might