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Joshua Rogers, BASIT, BSCS, CompTIA A+, CRLA III

Associate Professor of Information Technology

Office Hours

MonBy appointment
Tues10:00 to 12:00 (when classes in session)
Wed10:00 to 12:00 (when classes in session)
Thu10:00 to 12:00 (when classes in session)
FriBy appointment

About Joshua

Teaching Schedule

IT-231Information Systems I (4cr)STC 315
IT-232Information Systems II (4cr)Canvas
IT-233Information Systems III (4cr)Canvas
IT-234Information Systems IV (4cr)Canvas
IT-252Networking II (4cr)STC 317
IT-253Networking III (4cr)STC 317
IT-x90Directed Study in Information Tech. (1-6cr)Varies
IT-x94Internship in Information Technology (1-6cr)Varies
IT-x95Practicum in Information Technology (1-6cr)Varies

Teaching Philosophy

I believe the purpose of teaching is to promote the development of curiosity, self-reliance, and professional behavior. Individual students have varying levels of experience, expectations, interest, capability, and motivation. I adapt my teaching methods to these variations by presenting students with multiple examples and perspectives related to the course content. I will often prompt students to consider alternate solutions and call on them to share their personal experiences. In this way, I help students develop to their full individual potential.

I believe it is vital to ensure student awareness of the learning resources available to them, including making them aware of strategies for developing and improving their learning capacity. I accept the impossibility of teaching everything. Thus, I seek to foster ability and appreciation for self-directed learning. I encourage students to explore beyond the knowledge presented in class and provide resources to that end. I prompt students to develop effective study strategies, and through experimentation and exploration, cultivate their curiosity and appreciation of problem-solving.

Every student is unique and deserves instruction tailored to their level of experience, expectations, interest, capability, and personal motivations. It is a practical impossibility to teach all there is to know, nor would this be an efficient approach to teaching. I believe in transforming students into life-long learners and helping them discover their capacity to teach themselves through practical application, iterative improvement, and guidance in developing independent study habits.


Postsecondary Standard Occupational Specialist, 2020 to 2025
Idaho Career & Technical Education

CompTIA A+ ce (ISO/ANSI Accredited), 2019 to Present

Postsecondary Limited Occupational Specialist, 2017 to Present
Idaho Career & Technical Education

CRLA Master Tutor, 2015 to Present
College Reading and Learning Association


B.A.S. Information Technology, 2019 magna cum laude
Lewis-Clark State College

A.A.S. Information Technology, 2019
Lewis-Clark State College

B.A.S. Applied Technology, 2018 magna cum laude
Lewis-Clark State College

B.S. Computer Science, 2015 magna cum laude
Minor: History
Lewis-Clark State College

A.A. Liberal Arts: Natural Sciences and Mathematics, 2015
Lewis-Clark State College

A.A. Liberal Arts: Social Sciences, 2015
Lewis-Clark State College

A.A.S. Information Systems Analysis, 2012
Lewis-Clark State College

A.A. Liberal Arts, 2010
Lewis-Clark State College

Professional Membership