I have been a High School Career and Technical Education, primarily teaching Computer Applications and Web Design in a High School. My current research is enhancing learning with effective use of educational technology.
I'm a big fan of using the 5E's to engage learners, human constructivism (students are meaning-makers and have prior knowledge), active learning, and a facilitator of learning.
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LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY Baton Rouge, LA College of Education, Department of Educational Theory, Policy & Practice Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction Science Education, Educational Technology, December 2009 Dissertation: Assessing the Development of High School Chemistry Studentsâ€™ Conceptual and Visual Understanding of Dimensional Analysis via Supplemental Use of a Proprietary Interactive Software Program Major professor: W.H. LeBlanc Alumni Professor James H. Wandersee--BS, MS, PhD, FLS, FAAAS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Ann Arbor, MI School of Information Master of Science in Information, emphasis in effective use of Information Technology, August 2003 TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY Tuskegee, AL College of Engineering Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, cum laude December 2000
Research interests are in enhancing STEM teaching, learning and assessment via effective educational technology integration. Trained in professional development of K-16 educators. Experienced in curriculum design, development and instruction which include the development and delivery of online and distance learning courses. Knowledge of pedagogy needs assessment and evaluation tools and methods. Proficient and experienced in IBM PC and Macintosh hardware, Microsoft Office software, standard productivity software, web-based authoring systems, course management software, website and graphic design software, and multimedia applications.