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David Miller

David Miller

Associate Professor (clinical)
Associate Director, Center for Learning in the Digital Age

LeChase Hall 447
(585) 340-7557
dmiller@warner.rochester.edu
 
Education:
EdD, University of Rochester (online teaching & learning)
MBA, University of Rochester (applied economics, corporate accounting, and operations management)
BA, University of Rochester (economics)


Dave Miller is the director of the Digitally-Rich teaching program  at Warner. His teaching and practice are focused in entrepreneurship in education, online teaching and learning in higher education, instructional use of 1:1 computing and learning management systems in K-12 schools, and digitally rich teaching and learning in K-12 schools. Miller has extensive experience in the digitally-rich teaching realm for both K-12 and higher education, along with prior experiences directing high-impact, multi-dimensional projects with multi-year timelines and multi-million dollar budgets. His key strengths are in guiding program development and implementation accompanied with expertise and success in building enthusiastic, mission-oriented teams. Much of Miller’s experience and practice straddle both business and education, with cross-industry, higher education, and K-12 track records in setting and achieving milestones and having positive impact and continuous improvement on customer and student experiences.

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LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/davemillertwopointone




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Courses
EDU446 Entrepreneurial Skills for Educators
EDE470 Topics in Online Teaching
EDF472 Online Practicum Project
EDE474 Faculty Online Teaching Preparation Sequence
EDE484A Digitally-Rich Teaching and Learning in K-12 Schools
EDE484 Online Teaching and Learning
EDF488 Practicum in Online Teaching
EDE489 Digital Conversion in K-12 Schools
EDF490 Practicum in K12 Digitally-Rich Teaching
EDU497 Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and Health Care Settings