Instructional Innovation and Engagement
Chris Geanious has worked with TILT at CSU as an Instructional Designer since January 2012 working with faculty redesigning and enhancing face-to-face courses as well as designing professional development for faculty; all in a team environment. In addition to this work, Chris is involved with the integration of 3D printing technologies into courses as well as in the development and integration of mobile apps for academic use. Chris has been supporting faculty and students in higher education for over 20 years.
His MEd course work was focused in Curriculum and Instruction and he also worked on a NSF funded project involving developing Environmental Science curriculum in a simulation environment. Chris’s areas of expertise include instructional design, multi-media production, advanced instructional technology, online learning and active learning strategies. Chris has worked with the NSF funded Departmental Action Team project co-facilitating departmental teams across the CSU campus and co-authoring a book and six journal articles on facilitating change in Higher Education. Chris is also Co-PI on a USDA grant with CSU Design and Merchandising working on the implementation of 3D design and spatial visualization pedagogies into their undergraduate curriculum.