Bonnie Ann Brown


Bonnie Brown

Contact Info

Hawkins Hall, Room 120B


MS, Instructional Technology: Towson University (1999)

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

Areas of Expertise

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


Bonnie Brown is currently a Lecturer for her Alma Mater in the Learning Technologies, Design and School Library Media Department. She teaches courses, to both graduate and undergraduate students in the College of Education, including instructional design, integrative technologies, learning theory, and the freshman seminar (ISTC 667; 663; 541; 501; and 301; and 201. ELED 200. ECED 407).

Ms. Brown has experience in educational software design, technical support, instructional design, and alternative education in preparing pre-service teachers for their future classrooms. She has worked in non-profit organizations, presented workshops on the brain and learning, and designed and developed multiple courses and instructional materials.


The Adolescent Brain and Learning (through the non-profit TranZed Alliance)

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Learning (through the non-profit TranZed Alliance)

Engaging Students in the Classroom (Towson University)