Dr. Mary Therese Perez Hattori
Director of Center for Teaching & Learning
A native Chamoru of Guahan(Guam), Dr. Hattori holds a B.Ed. and Professional Diploma in Secondary Social Studies with a concentration in Pacific Islands History, an M.Ed. in Educational Technology, and an Ed.D. in Professional Educational Practice from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Her academic interests include educational technology, culturally sustaining education and leadership, leadership development, and indigenous research methodologies. Read more about her work at https://maryhattori.wordpress.com/
Super-geek, music educator, and educational technology advocate, James works as the Instructional Designer at Chaminade’s Center for Teaching and learning. Born and raised on O‘ahu, James graduated from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa with Masters degrees in Cello Performance and Educational Technology. James specializes in Canvas course design, new media and green screen recordings, mobile learning, ARM technologies, social media, with a focus on active and engaging learning strategies.
Jim Heller Sutton, M.Ed. works in Chaminade’s Center for Teaching and Learning as the Assessment Specialist. Jim earned his Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Arizona State University and has a varied background in education with experience in faculty professional development, curriculum design and instruction, and educational technology. Jim specializes in the outcomes-based assessment of student learning activities and serves as a campus resource in the areas of program assessment and related accreditation requirements.