University of North Texas
United States of America - Denton
- What do Teacher Educators think of Teacher Education Technology Competencies?
- Exploring Continuity and Change in Educators’ Professional Learning Networks
- Posting on Politics: Can we teach civic deliberation on Facebook?
- Using Social Media in the Classroom in the Age of Fake News
- Social Media & Teacher Professional Development
- The #sschat Network: History, Purpose, & Implications of a Subject-Area Community
- Perceptions in Higher Education of Professional Learning Networks (PLNs)
- Tweeting with Intention: Developing a Social Media Pedagogy for Teacher Education
- Social Media Instruction in Teacher Education: Research in Progress
- PK-12 Teachers’ Conceptualizations of Professional Learning Networks
Dan Krutka is an assistant professor of social studies education at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. He received his doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 2012. Prior to becoming a professor, he taught a variety of high school social studies classes over 6 years in Oklahoma City, including AP U.S. Government & Politics, AP Psychology, AP U.S. History, and Sociology. His research focuses on how participatory cultures, particularly via social media, and the voicing of often marginalized student and teacher perspectives can cultivate more democratic educational experiences. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @dankrutka.