Bio: Craig Nevins received a B. A., and M. A. from Vermont College of Norwich University. He is a Senior Lecturer at Granite State College and has taught Sociology, Political Science, Arts and Culture, English, Humanities, and Critical Inquiry classes from 1995 to the present. He received the Granite State College Distinguished Faculty Award on June 12, 2011. Craig is also a Teaching Lecturer at Plymouth State University where he has been teaching Sociology, Criminal Justice, Cultural Anthropology, and First Year Seminar classes since 1999, and was Named PSU Greek Council Faculty Member of the Year April 29, 2004.
My Instructional Challenge: Have been teaching face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses. I would like to incorporate various interactive technologies, and social media, as well as videos, movies, current textbooks and articles into my classes to help my students be more actively involved and engaged in the class. I would also like to be able to use innovative, interactive assessments and evaluations in the course content in Moodle.