Gary Bartanus teaches students from all over the world at a leading university in Korea. Since commencing this role in 2009, he has been using technology and pedagogy to provide students with the best possible learning experiences.
With his far-sighted and collegial approach to both edtech advocacy and digital literacy evangelizing, Mr. Bartanus provides exemplary role-modelling and positive inspiration for both colleagues and students.
Gary’s research interests (based largely on early teaching experiences in special education) are all focused on transformative learning and enabling students to become primary influencers in social media, the economy, and constructive global initiatives.
Mr. Bartanus is particularly interested in the integration of emerging technologies with socio-constructivist principles in both public education and the private sector.
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Gary holds a Master of Educational Technology (MET) degree from the University of British Columbia
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Degrees and Certificates
Master of Educational Technology
University of British Columbia
Canada Interest areas include instructional design models and principles for e-learning 2.0, mobile learning (m-learning), and blended (hybrid) learning environments.
Bachelor of Education (Hons.)
Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
All courses were taken at Burman University, a satellite campus located in Alberta, Canada. The major was Secondary Education with a Specialization in English.
University of Cambridge
The Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CELTA) is recognized around the world by international English Language Teaching organizations.