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Mike Berks


Mike has been teaching at Bishop DuBourg High School since 1979 and is currently the Director of Technology for the school. He has an undergraduate degree from Gustavus Adolphus College and a Master’s degree in Computer Education (now Learning Technologies) from Fontbonne University. He has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses at Fontbonne for the last ten years.


Kelly Boehmer


Kelly has taught at Fontbonne University for 13 years, teaching both graduate and undergraduate courses in computer applications as well as technology ethics. Before that Kelly taught seven years at the elementary level. Kelly is a graduate of the MS in Learning Technologies program.


Cheryl Davis


Cheryl retired from teaching high school English after 30 years in the Hazelwood School District and worked part time as the district's Curriculum/Technology Coordinator for 15 years. She has taught in the Fontbonne University Master's Program in Learning Technologies since 1993.

She has received Excellence in Teaching Awards from both Fontbonne University and Hazelwood.


Jo Ann Mattson


Jo Ann Mattson is the Director of eLearning at Fontbonne University. She works with deans, department chairs and faculty to develop quality online and blended degree programs and courses. She provides professional development for faculty in the areas of eLearning. She has been designing and teaching online courses for over 10 years.

Previously, she was an instructional designer at Missouri State. In that role, she worked directly with colleges, departments, and faculty to create online and blended degree programs and courses. Prior to working in higher education, she taught at St. Gabriel Elementary School and was the Technology Coordinator at St. Mary’s High School in St. Louis. For over ten years she served as the Technology Consultant for the Archdiocese of St. Louis.


Stephanie Moore


Stephanie has been an instructor at Fontbonne University since 2005. She is currently the Director of Technology and Global Integration for the Network of Sacred Heart Schools (NSHS) where she is the web editor (http://sofie.org) and provides support, resources and professional development in the area of instructional technology and globalization. The NSHS has 24 schools in the United States – Canada, and presence in 44 countries.

Prior to her work at NSHS, Stephanie was the Director of Instructional Technology at Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School and taught 4th and 5th grade in the public school system.


Steve Nicollerat


Steve has taught at Fontbonne for 19 years and has taught at St. Louis University High School in St. Louis for 36 years. He loves to teach programming courses such as Introduction to Java, C++, Game Programming and Visual Basic.

At St. Louis University High School (SLUH), Steve has developed a curriculum that allows students to take 10 different Computer Science courses. He is also the head baseball coach at SLUH, and a former major college basketball official.


Jerod Quinn


Jerod has been working in the integrated fields of technology and education for the past 12 years. He began working with online courses as a Senior Multimedia Specialist but continues that work as a faculty member and an Instructional Developer at a university teaching center.

He completed his Master's Degree in Educational Technology from the University of Missouri in 2010 and has a long history of audio and video production.