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Author: Betty McQuain
Betty McQuain is a professor at Brigham Young University-Idaho where she teaches courses on child development and early childhood education. Her primary research interests center on discovering teaching strategies that invite and support intrinsic motivation in young children and adults.
An associate professor of Instructional Design and Technology at Idaho State University, Dr. Dotty Sammons’ research interests include effective online teaching, instructional technology for laboratory and field sciences, interacting with subject matter experts, and motivating students in online environments.
Dr Neill is Assistant Dean of Educator Preparation and Chair of the Department of Teaching and Educational Studies and the Department of School Psychology and Educational Leadership. He is an associate professor in Educational Leadership with 38 years of education and leadership experience. Dr Neill has written and presented internationally, nationally, and regionally on a variety of educational topics.
David Coffland is an associate professor of instructional technology at Idaho State University where he teaches courses on instructional technology, measurement, and statistics. His primary research interests are using technology to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics.