Rush, Kai

At UW-Whitewater


      Dr. Kai Rush earned his Ph.D in Instructional technology at Northern Illinois University. Dr. Rush is a sixteen year veteran of the K-12 classroom and school library environments in the states of Florida and Illinois. He has university instructed at Aurora University and Northern Illinois University, while he was a full-time teacher or librarian. He is certified in social science, library science and instructional technology in the states of Florida and Illinois. At the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, he primarily teaches courses in library media and instructional technology. Dr. Rush is a huge fan of Disney, Florida, beaches, traveling, teaching, photography, running and enjoying time with his family! Most importantly, he LOVES teaching and watching lightbulbs "pop on" in the library and classrooms! If you have that same passion, enroll in his courses! Read more at: https://sites.google.com/site/rushstreetclass/about-me 

  • Northern Illinois University

    • 2017 PhD, Education, Educational/Instructional Technology, Library Media
  • Northern Illinois University

    • 2011 MS, Education, Educational/Instructional Technology, Library Media
    • 2016 Certificate of Distance Learning, Distance learning, Distance Education
  • University of North Florida

    • 2000 BS, Social Sciences, Education

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