Jennifer Courduff, Ph.D.

Professor, Division of Teacher Education

Phone: (626) 815-6000, Ext. 5944
Office Location: Building One, Room #113Q
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Jennifer Courduff, Ph.D., develops and teaches courses in the Master of Arts in Education: Digital Teaching and Learning program. She has a strong commitment to working with master’s students who are beginning teachers learning to show the light of Christ in public and private pre-K–12 schools, and to using her research to glorify God by shedding light on and helping address the unique learning needs of people with disabilities. Courduff focuses on helping teachers learn to integrate technology into curriculum in ways that address the plethora of learning strengths and styles found in any classroom. She is an active member of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and presented at the San Diego 2012 ISTE convention. She is also an active member of ISTE’s special interest group for mobile learning (SIGml), where she serves on the steering committee and as chair of the special education subcommittee. Her research focus is technology integration within diverse teaching and learning environments.


  • Ph.D., Walden University, Education Technology
  • M.Ed., Educational Administration, Azusa Pacific University
  • M.Ed., Educational Technology, Azusa Pacific University
  • B.A., Music Education, Azusa Pacific University

Academic Area

  • School of Education
    • Division of Teacher Education


  • Assistive Technology
  • Educational Psychology
  • Education Technology
  • Mobile Learning
  • Teacher Education
  • Technology Integration Strategies within Diverse Teaching and Learning Environments

Courses Taught

  • EDUC 511 – Essentials in Educational Technology and Learning
  • EDUC 512 – Instructional Applications of Productivity Software
  • EDUC 513 – Digital-age Literacies
  • EDUC 522 – Learning in the 21st Century
  • EDUC 523 – Hypermedia-Enhanced Learning Environments