Online content should be riveting, interesting, and should educate students. Andrew Pass talks about trends in online education and shares the trends we should understand as educators. He also shares his thoughts on where virtual reality (VR) is now and where it needs to go in education.
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Andrew Pass – Bio as submitted
Andrew Pass is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of A Pass Educational Group, LLC. The company works with all levels, from kindergarten to corporate. Prior to beginning A Pass Educational Group, Mr. Pass completed advanced doctoral work in Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy at Michigan State University. In addition, he holds an M.A. in Jewish Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and a B.A. in Political Science from Columbia University.
After graduating from college, Pass taught fifth and sixth-grade Judaic studies courses at a private school in Texas for three years. He later taught pre-service social studies methods courses at Michigan State. More recently, he taught graduate courses in educational technology, focusing on the many education friendly tools within Web 2.0.
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