Adam Davi is a Senior Instructional Designer for Digital Learning. He is an alum of the University of Arizona, where he earned his B.A. in English Education and his M.S. in Educational Technology. He also has an M.A. in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University. Prior to joining Digital Learning, he worked as a Digital Content Specialist for the Thrive Center. In addition, he spent seven years teaching middle school Language Arts.
Outside of work, Adam volunteers his time for Arizona Camp Sunrise and Sidekicks, a children’s oncology camp, and is attempting to start a blog to help people plan trips to Disney parks. He also enjoys going to the movies, watching baseball, and playing board games.
A conversation on exploring the idea of data informed teaching practices.
Instructional Designers discuss how universal design can be applied to online learning and course design.
In this Futures in Digital Learning podcast: a conversation with instructional technologists as they explore the topic of meaningful use of educational technology.