Message from the Director

Dr. Jabari Cain

Dr. Jabari Cain is an Assistant Professor in the School of Instructional Technology & Innovation. With over 15 years of teaching experience, Dr. Cain has a passion for teaching graduate and undergraduate courses related to coaching, mobile devices, online learning, and K-12 technology integration. He is highly regarded as an expert in his field, having published research on emerging learning technologies and mobile apps in the K-12 classroom.

Dr. Cain's career in education began as a first-grade teacher, where he spent two years before transitioning to higher education. He has spent 15+ years in higher education, helping shape the minds of future educators and instructional technologists. Dr. Cain's dedication to innovation and creativity in the classroom has earned him numerous accolades, including the 2011 Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) award, presented to innovative teachers and their use of Apple products in the classroom.

Dr. Cain's educational background includes a Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, a Master of Arts in Educational Technology from the University of Northern Iowa, and a Bachelor of Science from Florida A&M University in Elementary Education. He uses his extensive knowledge and experience to inspire his students to think critically about the intersection of technology and education, and to develop creative solutions to the challenges facing today's classrooms

Dr. Jabari Cain

Director of Call Me MISTER at KSU
Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology 
Kennesaw State University
Bagwell College of Education, School of Instructional Technology & Innovation
Kennesaw Hall, Room 2330, MD 0127 
580 Parliament Garden Way (MD 0124)
Kennesaw, GA 30144-5591

P: 470-578-2328