School of Education
School of Education
College of Professional Studies
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
School of Education
Faculty & Staff:
EDU 200: Professional e-Portfolio Management
EDU 331: Educational Technology
EDU 531: Educational Technology
EDUC 912: Research Methods II (Qualitative/Quantitative Methods) (pending HLC approval)
EDSU 923: Applied Residency (pending HLC approval)
EDSU 711/911: Global and Environmental Change (pending HLC approval)
Ed.D. Degree: University of Houston
Curriculum & Instruction with specialization in Instructional technology
M.S. Degree: University of Houston-Clear Lake
PGD: Brewing Technology
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Scotland, UK
B.S. Degree: University of Nigeria
Chemistry & Microbiology
Professor Kele Anyanwu joined UW-Stevens Point in January 2013. He graduated with a Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) Curriculum and Instruction with specialization in Instructional Technology from University of Houston. Professor Anyanwu is an assistant professor of educational technology of School of Education at UW-Stevens Point. In the years he has been here, Professor Anyanwu has focused on implementing pre-service teacher educational technology curriculum geared towards ensuring student teachers from UWSP are classroom-ready with emerging trends in pedagogically relevant technologies of the 21st Century classroom environment.
Prior to joining UWSP, Professor Anyanwu worked in Pasadena Independent School District in Houston, Texas for six years as a composite certified science teacher designated highly qualified to teach any high school science subject. Before joining the school district, he worked with a telecommunication company – MCI WorldCom, as a systems engineer. Professor Anyanwu was part of the team that saw the provisioning and support of early implementation of Voice Over IP (VOIP) in the mid to late '90s. He has Computer Technology Industry Association and Microsoft technical certifications.
Professor Anyanwu spent his early working life in Nigeria that lasted for about a decade where he held positions as quality control manager and deputy production manager in Golden Guinea Breweries LTD. in Umuahia. While serving in these capacities, Professor Anyanwu championed utilization of sustainable indigenous carbohydrate sources in brewing of beer that saw the substitution of imported barley malt with local carbohydrate sources like sorghum to about 60 percent. His involvement in the local raw materials content committee that implemented these substitutions and interaction with local farmers, he was able to understand why both farmers and policy makers should rethink education that endures sustainable practices.
Areas of Research
Emerging and empowering technologies for instruction
Pedagogy and implementation of mobile computing in education
Data visualization as overall system improvement tool
Anyanwu, K. (2015). Teachers Perception in a Technology Integration Workshop: Implications for Professional Development in the Digital Age. Issues and Trends in Educational Technology, 3(1), University of Arizona Libraries.
Anyanwu, K. (2015). Engaging Women in Mobile Devices App Development to Support e-Learning. In Proceedings of E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2015 (pp. 1397-1401). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
Anyanwu, K. & Crawford, C. (2011). Social Media and Their Potential Impact upon Learners' Understanding of Information: The Impact of Words and Images within Distance Learning Environments, and the Associated Publishing Opportunities. International Journal of the Book, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp.187-198.
Anyanwu, K. (2015, February). Mobile Apps Development: A core competence for transforming teacher education programs readiness in 21st century learning environment. A presentation: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education 67th Annual Meeting- Advancing the Imperative (AACTE). Atlanta, Georgia. (Peer Reviewed)
Anyanwu, K. (2015, March). Interactive story mapping: Dynamic spatial visualization of stories. A poster presentation: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada. (Peer Reviewed)
Anyanwu, K. (2015, October). Engaging women in mobile devices app development to support e-Learning. A presentation: E-Learn 2015 - World Conference (AACE) held in Kona, Hawaii. (Peer Reviewed)
Slemmons, K., Anyanwu, K., & Cook, P. (2015, October). How to grow a scientist: teaching pedagogies that encourage meaningful, authentic and student-directed learning. A presentation: Women and Science Program's Opening Workshop for New STEM Educators held in Wisconsin Dells, WI.
Earle, M., Anyanwu, K. (2015). Design of a multimodal personalizable authentic mobile tutoring app: Learner motivation. A proposal submitted to ACM SIGCH (Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction) Intelligent User Conference(IUI) 2016. Sonoma, California.
Parent, B., Piencikowski, H., Mulroy, B., Piscitello, P. & Anyanwu, K. (2015, November). Why aren't teachers developing mobile apps for classroom instruction? A poster presentation proposal submitted in collaboration with students in my course - Educational Technology (EDU 331): University of Wisconsin System OPID Spring Conference on Teaching and Learning to be held at Green Lakes, WI.
Anyanwu, K. (2013, December). Meaningful use and applications of mobile computing devices in Open Distance Flexible Learning (ODFL) teacher education programs. Paper presented at the Seventh Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning (PCF7). Abuja, Nigeria. (Peer Reviewed)
Anyanwu, K., (2010, September). Web 2.0 tools: Beyond social networking. Presented at TCEA Ed
Anyanwu, K., (2009, August). Web 2.0 tools: What they are and how to use them effectively in the classroom. Presented at TCEA Ed Tech Conference, White Oaks I.S.D. Texas.
Issues and Trends in Educational Technology (ITET) - Member Review Board
International Society for Technology in Education(ISTE),
Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA)
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
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