Glen L. Bull
Professor Co-Director, Center for Technology & Teacher Education
- Ph.D., Ohio State University, 1976
- M.A., Ohio State University-Columbus, 1975
Glen Bull is a professor of instructional technology in the Curry School of Education. He serves as co-director of the Center for Technology and Teacher Education. He developed one of the nation’s first statewide K-12 Internet systems, Virginia’s Public Education Network (PEN). He is a founding member and past president of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), and a recipient of the Willis Award for “Outstanding Lifetime Achievement in Technology and Teacher Education.” He currently provides leadership for the National Technology Leadership Coalition, a consortium of national teacher educator associations and national educational technology associations. He serves as editor of Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, a peer-reviewed journal jointly sponsored by five professional associations representing science education (ASTE), mathematics education (AMTE), English education (CEE), social studies (CUFA), and educational technology (SITE).
Technology in K-12 education.
- Prof. Bull Wins Engineering Leadership Award
- Prof. Bull Featured on PBS NewsHour Piece on 3D Printing
- Curry Celebrates Partnership, Opening of Buford Lab School
- Curry Helps Open First Engineering Design Academy at Buford Elementary
- Bull Reflects on Albemarle Co’s “High School of the Future”
- NSF Article Features Engineering Lab School
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