Visiting Assistant Professor


Brad Belbas, Visiting Assistant Professor, teaches Education & Emerging Technologies. Professor Belbas accepted his position as Academic Information Associate for the Social Sciences in the fall of 2007.  He joined the faculty of the Educational Studies Department in the spring of 2009.

His teaching and scholarship centers on the relationships among discursive interaction, technology, and learning; the intersection of technology, pedagogy, and the learning sciences; and the Universal Design for Learning.

His latest publication, “Media Representations of the Middle East: Constructive Student engagement in an Online Environment,” co-authored with K. Somdahl-Sands is published in Learning, Media and Technology, 2012.

His work was recently highlighted in a webinar series episode sponsored by Academic Partnerships. He was interviewed about “Flipping group presentations,” an asynchronous approach to small group presentations he adopted with his students last year.  A video of the interview is available on YouTube,