Meet Jason Rosenblum, Ph.D.
Dr. Jason Rosenblum is the program coordinator of the Learning, Equity, Action and Design (LEAD) stackable graduate certificate program within the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education. He is also an Assistant Professor of Instruction in the Learning Technologies program.
In his time as an educator and researcher, he has focused his attention on the importance of viewing digital learning experiences through a justice-based lens and incorporating tech innovation, online learning, and design thinking with that perspective in mind.
"Our program features a theory-into-practice approach that prioritizes real-life tech integrations while helping teachers to build communities of practice around these complex topics. The potential for impact and transformation here is very high."
"I hope that the design of LEAD (in both certificate in master’s form) will give local educators an easily accessible path by which they can apply knowledge about digital equity and tech innovation and integration in ways that help them to design 21st century learning environments and to adapt to modern-day challenges such as online learning and emergency remote teaching."
Learn More About LEAD
To learn more about the Learning, Equity, Action and Design graduate certificate, attend our upcoming online information session. Held via Zoom, this session will have detailed information about what you'll experience in the program, as well as give you a chance to meet Rosenblum and bring up any questions you have.