|Present||Associate Professor of Education, Cedarville University ‐ School of Education|
|Present||Dean, School of Education, Cedarville University|
Honors and Awards
- State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Gold Triple Crown Award - 2010
- State of Ohio Outstanding Facilitator Award - 2009
- Technology in the Classroom
- Principles of Teaching Middle School
- Principles of Teaching Adolescent to Young Adult
- Technology in Education
- Adolescent to Young Adult Clinical Experience
|B.A., Cornerstone University|
|M.A., The Ohio State University|
|Ph.D., The Ohio State University|
School of Education
Effects of Student Ontological Position on Cognition of Human Origins Faculty Dissertations (2003)
In this study, the narratives from a hermeneutical dialectic cycle of three high school students were analyzed to understand the influences of ontological position on the learning of human origins. The interpretation of the narratives ...
Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (3)
Teaching Science to Non-science Majors: An Action Research Study Using a Learner-centered, Inquiry-based Approach Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research (2018)
As a professor teaching general core science courses to non-science majors, I designed a learner-centered, inquiry-based course in order to potentially positively influence science-related attitudes of my students. Through the lens of action research with ...
Meeting the ISTE Challenge in the Field: An Overview of the First Six Distinguished Achievement Award Winning Programs Journal of Computing in Teacher Education (2004)
Presents an overview of the National Educational Technology Standards Distinguished Achievement Awards by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) in the U.S. in 2002. Selection of award recipients; Categories for reviewing literature concerning ...