Howard Janoff, Ed.D.

Howard Janoff,

Howard Janoff

Professor

Ed.D., Grand Canyon University
M.S., Philadelphia University
B.S., Temple University
CompTIA Network+ Technician
Certified A+ Systems Technician

Subject Areas: Networking, Network Security, Instructional Technology, Technology Management, Business Information Systems, Elementary Education, Organizational Leadership

Dr. Howard Janoff is a Professor of Information Technology at Peirce College. He joined Peirce in January of 2003 as an adjunct and came aboard as full time faculty in September of 2014.

He has completed graduate work (master's and doctorate) in Instructional Technology and Organizational Leadership. He began his teaching career with a stint in the Philadelphia School District, where he taught computers in K-5. He then moved into the corporate world for almost 10 years, working on help desks as a network administrator and manager. He takes his direct knowledge of the practical application of computer networking into the classroom each day. After his time in the corporate world, he returned to teaching in 2000, focusing on Microsoft and CompTIA certifications.

He moved into the post-secondary teaching venue in 2002 as an adjunct associate with several colleges. His subject areas were varied and included Computers, Mathematics and Education. He still teaches Computer Networking here at Peirce and stays current with educational practices by teaching courses in Elementary and Secondary Education.

Dr. Janoff's goal in teaching is to allow students to learn to learn for themselves. A classroom is made up of many people with varied and interesting backgrounds. Being able to incorporate these differences in order to create a more effective teaching environment is key to Dr. Janoff's success in the classroom. A teacher's role is that of a guide, and being able to lead the students through the fray is a vital part of the educational process.

Contact Howard Janoff, Ed.D.:hjanoff@peirce.edu

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