James Johnson
Director of Online Learning, Adjunct Faculty
MEd, University of Minnesota

James is a teacher, developer, and data geek. He is currently the Director of Online Learning at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design where he explores the intersection of education and technology. James holds a masters degree in education from the University of Minnesota, and undergraduate degrees in mathematics and computer science. Since 2001, he's taught students the magic of mathematics and programming through a fusion of play, problem solving, and collaboration. He's worked as a web developer for a variety of nonprofits including Johns Hopkins, the Foundation Fighting Blindness, Forecast Public Art, and the MCAD Sustainable Design program.

 James is interested in the aesthetics of mathematics, code, and visual systems which lay data bare. In his spare time, he contributes to open source software and eats too much pizza.