Dr. Curby Alexander
College of Education
Texas Christian University, USA


        Dr. Curby Alexander is an Associate Professor of Professional Practice in the TCU College of Education. He teaches the introductory education course, Critical Investigation of Teaching and Learning in Today’s Schools, as well as Secondary Social Studies Methods, Digital Communication and Collaboration, and a variety of other courses. His recent research projects have involved investigating the impact of field-based technology internships on first-year teachers’ decision making, student engagement with technology in social studies, and the impact of project-based learning on elementary students’ interest in STEM topics. Dr. Alexander began his career in education as a fourth grade teacher in Grapevine, Texas, and he has also taught third and sixth grade in Wyoming. During this time Dr. Alexander was also a high school cross country and boys’ soccer coach.