Throughout the past 15 years, Kasa Wahl-Losee has designed and developed both online and traditional coursework for many top U.S and Canadian institutions as well as numerous industry-leading corporations and educational publishing companies. Kasa brings her knowledge on cognitive learning theory and practical application in all learning modalities as well as a specialty in online learning management system structure and organization. Most recently, Kasa has focused her research on the neurocognitive aspect of learning and its implications to the instructional design field. Kasa has presented at various industry conferences on the topic of online course design and has published some of her work in the 2013 International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace journal. She is also currently assisting authors Jon Rubin and Sarah Guth, industry leaders on “COIL” (collaborative online international learning), conducting a study of over 100 international institutions for a groundbreaking new text on collaborative online international learning practices and establishing international partnership programs.
Kasa holds a Bachelor’s degree from Hartwick College in 2002, Masters of Education from American Intercontinental College in 2005, is currently pursuing a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in International Educational Management from SUNY Albany and pursues professional and formal higher education in Educational Neuroscience.