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Spadoni College of Education
Jeremy Dickerson
Professor
Department(s): Faculty
Degree: Doctor of Education, North Carolina State University
Area of Study: Technology Education, Training and Development, Curriculum and Instructional Methods
   
Email: jdickers@coastal.edu
Office: Prince Building, 205 B (starting Fall 2014)
Phone: 843-349-2772
Website:
   
Classes: Classes taught (vary by semester):
EDUC 204 Computer Technology and Instructional Media (Undergraduate)
EDIT 604 Teaching with Technology (Graduate)
EDIT 610 Instructional Design and Technology Integration (Graduate)
EDIT 620 Technology Planning and Management (Graduate)
EDIT 690 Capstone Seminar in Instructional Technology (Graduate)
EDUC 630 Advanced Study of Curriculum and Instruction (Graduate)
Office Hours: Fall office hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 8:00am-11:00am
Others by appointment. Please email jdickers@coastal.edu to schedule an appointment.

All classes for Dr. Dickerson are online. Please communicate via email or by phone. Office appointments are also available as needed. For appointments or questions, the quickest way to contact Dr. Dickerson is to send an email (jdickers@coastal.edu). Your email will be returned usually within 2 work days. If your email is not returned, it could have been marked as SPAM, so please call and leave a voicemail.
Biography: Dr. Dickerson is a Professor of Instructional Technology. He is currently the Coordinator for the M.Ed.in Learning and Teaching - Instructional Technology Concentration and the Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Training in the College of Education at Coastal Carolina University in the Myrtle Beach/Conway area of South Carolina.

His professional experiences include technology management, teaching, training and consulting. He has worked in five different universities as either full-time or adjunct faculty, provided professional training and research consulting services in business/industry settings including national labor training centers, banking, construction and large-scale government projects and has been an educational consultant and advisor in various contracted K-12 school projects including analysis of student achievement data and teacher/administrator performance.

Dr. Dickerson has a doctoral degree in Technology Education with a minor in Training and Development from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. An active scholar, he has produced over 30 professional publications (articles, chapters, textbook, cases, etc. - not including conference proceedings) and over 60 professional presentations at conferences and meetings in the U.S., Canada, South America and Europe.