Mark Hofer is a professor of educational technology and director of the Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation at William & Mary. A former high school history teacher, he teaches undergraduate, master's and doctoral courses, focusing on curriculum-based technology integration and deeper learning in K-16 classrooms. Dr. Hofer has served as co-PI on a number of grants, including a research grant through the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation to explore the School Retool innovation fellowship program for secondary principals. He collaborates on research and development projects with Dr. Judi Harris designed to help preservice and inservice teachers develop their TPACK, or technology integration knowledge. He is also co-author of And Action! Directing Documentaries in the Social Studies Classroom. He regularly presents his work at local, national and international conferences and publishes his work in a variety of scholarly and practitioner journals.
Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2003