Mark Halvorson worked as a Web Designer, Web Architect, Director of Web Communications. He has taught design courses in typography, iconography and graphic design systems. Currently, he teaches courses in the areas of organizational development and leadership communication. His primary research concern is curriculum design theory.
Research & Scholarship
B.F.A. (Simon Fraser University)
B. Ed. (University of British Columbia)
M.A. (Trinity Western University)
Ph. D. (cand.) (Simon Fraser University)
Halvorson, M. (2011). Revealing the Technological Irresponsibility in Curriculum Design: An essay review of Tyler's Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction. (1).
Grimmett, P.P., & Halvorson, M. (2010). From understanding to creating curriculum: The case for the co-evolution of re-conceptualized design with re-conceptualized curriculum. (1).
Leadership, Organizational Learning and Innovation, Adult Education: Curriculum Theory, Media Design (iconographic, typographic, interactive), and Educational Media and Technology.
LDRS 410: Methods and Mediums of Persuasive Communication and Positive Influence
LDRS 310: The Learning Organization
ART 363/COMM 383: Format & Layout Design
ART 362/COMM 382: Symbol & Typography Design
ART 361/COMM 381: Imaging & Illustration Design
ART 280: 3D Design
ART 250: Fundamentals of Digital Design