Judith Anderson, Ph.D., EDS, MA, BA
Judith Anderson has nearly 40 years of experience in education. She holds a BA degree in Psychology, a MA in Education Curriculum and Instruction, a EDS in Multi-age and Small Schools/Rural Education, and a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction. She served 25 years as an elementary and junior high teacher and administrator. She was a professor at Andrews University from 1993-2001 in the Teacher Education Program and in the School of Education Graduate Program where she served as an advisor, a professor for Curriculum and Instruction, and chair of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Religious Education, and Education and Leadership. Her focus and teaching areas in higher education included Methods Courses in Reading, Math, Social Studies, and Science; Multi-age Education, Multiple Intelligences; Curriculum Design; Instructional Strategies; and Assessment Practices. She developed a Field-based Masters Program for educators, using a blended learning approach that combined online education with on-campus intensives and worked with Doctoral cohorts in Norway, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. She also served as a curriculum consultant, teacher trainer, and researcher for an online elementary and secondary program for students in small schools and in rural areas.
She has served as the Executive Director of Curriculum and New Program Development for echelon. She has prepared well over one hundred academic and continuing education courses for publication in such areas as Nuclear Medicine Technology, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Home Health Care, Critical Care Nursing, Cardiac Care, and Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy for physicians. She has received additional education in online course design, e-learning strategy, and blended learning principles. She has adapted a curriculum design model to be used for the development and delivery of online education and training.
This author has disclosed that there are neither conflicts of interest nor commercial affiliation with this activity.