Alex Jean-Charles

Alex Jean-Charles

Assistant Professor
Reading, Foundations and Technology

Academic Interests

I am interested in the use of technology in education. More specifically, how technology and/or Project-Based Learning (PjBL) influences identity formation in both formal and informal educational settings. 

Top Scholarly Accomplishments

New Media Technology: Tools of Expression/Repression in Communities. In Bruce, B.C. (Ed.), Youth Community Inquiry: Using New Media for Community Building and Personal Growth. -Online Courses Best Practices. Paper in the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE). - International Journal of Progressive Education (IJPE) North America Associate Editor - $17,000 grant obtained for the FIRST Robotics competition 

Previous Experience

Assistant Professor at the State University of New York College at Oneonta


New York, NY (Originally from Port-au-Prince, Haiti)


  • Cycling
  • Cooking
  • Travel

Future Goals and Aspirations

In the future, I plan on exploring the design of immersive digital environments for teaching, learning, and assessment. I am also interested in the paradoxical nature of traditional convergence systems (teaching methods in formal setting) in non-formal settings such as distance education and eLearning.

Life Outside the University

Spending time with family and friends  

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