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Douglas W. Rogers, Ed.D.

Associate Dean for Student and Information Services
Associate Professor, Curriculum and Instruction

Baylor University
School of Education
One Bear Place #97304
Waco, TX 76798-7304
Office: Marrs McLean Science Building 133
Phone: (254) 710-4253
Email: Doug_Rogers@baylor.edu

Degrees:
Ed.D., East Texas State University, 1987
M.L.S., East Texas State University, 1982
B.S., Baylor University, 1978

Recent Scholarship
Rogers, R., Rogers, D., & Rubio, B. (2013, May). Professional Development to Increase Quality Field Placements. PDS Partners 9(1), 6-7.

Rogers, D. Layering Learning: Augmented Reality Comes to the Classroom. Invited Keynote Speaker, SSMA National Conference, November 2013 (also provided a “keynote follow-up” session).

Rogers, R. & Rogers, D. A Tech Approach for Digital Native Teacher Candidates. SSMA National Conference, November 2013.

Rogers, D., Rogers, R., Haugh, S.J., Wilkerson, T., & Bryan, T. Augmented Reality: Invite Iron Man and the Terminator to Your Classroom. SSMA National Conference, November 2013.

Rogers, R. Hodge, K., & Rogers, D. Making a Difference: Technology and Growth in Teaching. ATE National Conference, February 2013.

Rogers, D. Is it OK to Say “No” to Technology? ATE National Summer Conference, August, 2013

Supervising graduate student research project related to web-based case studies

Invited “Expert Advisor” for Augmented Reality NSF Grant proposal submitted by University of North Texas

Philosophy of teaching:
"Changing the world, one person at a time" served Apple Computer, Inc. as a marketing phase and it serves as a reminder to me for keeping students at the center of the learning experience. I want to be a "co-learner" with individuals who will provide insightful leadership within the instructional technology field.

Research Interests;
Currently, my research efforts are supported by three grants: a two-year grant from the state of Texas is supporting research in the area of videoconferencing as a means of professional development for mathematics educators; a second Texas grant initated an investigation of various mobile computing configurations, including personal digital assistants (PDAs) or pocket PCs. We are also collaborating on a federal grant with eight of the Big XII conference schools to study the technology integration practices of classroom teachers. Locally, we are researching support issues related to a new requirement for teacher candidates to produce web-based portfolios documenting their mastery of the teacher-preparation program benchmarks.