Bonnie Brown


Bonnie Brown

Contact Information

Hawkins Hall, Room 102G


MS, Instructional Technology: Towson University (1999)

BA, Sociology and Anthropology (major) and Languages (minor): Towson State University (1986)

Areas of Expertise

Instructional Technologies, Brain Based Learning, Gender Based Learning, Technical Writing, Instructional Design, Alternative Education, Learning Theory


I am currently a Lecturer for my Alma Mater, where I enjoy teaching the freshman seminar, learning theory, and technologies to undergraduate and graduate students. My past work experiences in educational software design and alternative education have been useful in the classroom.  As an active member in the community, I teach fitness classes, as well as present Brain Based Learning workshops for the non-profit UpsideDown Organization, on the side. It is rewarding to collaborate and network with others, on campus and within the Towson community.


Adolescent Brain and Learning (through the non-profit UpsideDown Organization)

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Learning (through the non-profit UpsideDown Organization)

Engaging Students in the Classroom (Towson University)

Creative Activities

Reading, Swimming, Biking, Running, and Boot camp