Jeff Welch is an Adjunct Professor of Education at Brandman University and a middle school history teacher. He has taught face-to-face, hybrid, and online college courses in educational technology and history/social studies methodologies since 2007. He has also taught history, government, photography, and digital video production at the middle school and high school level since 2000.
Everything: Lecture; Group; Collaborative; Individualized. Do what is best, what works, and what gets results with your students. When you fall on your face, dust yourself off, and try something different.
-Barringer Research Fellowship at Monticello (2004) -Fulbright-Hays participant in Project to China (2004) -California Teachers Association/Stanislaus Uniserve School Bell Award (2013)
I have an M.A. in history from California State University, Stanislaus, a B.A. in history from Westmont College, and a secondary teaching credential from Chapman University.
I live in Modesto, California with my wife Kathryn, an elementary special education teacher. I have been successful as both a teacher and as a student in classes taught in person, in hybrid formats, and fully online. My research interests are in educational technology, history, economics, entrepreneurship, and learning methodologies. More information about me and my blog can be found at: http://www.jmwelch.net