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Posts Tagged ‘Fall 2012’

Publications and Presentations

By • Jan 30th, 2013 • Category: Publications & Presentations

Faculty, Adjunct, Student and Alumni Publications and Presentations Catlin, J.N., Sossi, D., Hood, M. & Wynn. D. (2012, March). Empowering students through technology to excel in science. Paper presented at the National Science Teachers Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Cocciolo, A. & Doellgast, B. (2012). Step back into the future: New technology brings history to your [...]



Accomplishments and Announcements

By • Jan 30th, 2013 • Category: Accomplishments, Announcements

 Faculty, Adjunct, Student and Alumni Accomplishments & Announcements Philip Boda, Science Education Ed.M. candidate, Proposal accepted for presentation at the Association for Science Teacher Education 2013 International Conference. The presentation emphasizes the historical evolution of science-specific, inquiry-based pedagogy to support a novel, graphically-organized conception of inquiry learning for pre- and in-service science teachers. In collaboration, [...]



Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Alexander Karp, Mathematics Education

By • Jan 30th, 2013 • Category: Lead Story, Mathematics Education

Dr. Alexander Karp is a full professor in the Mathematics Education program, in the Mathematics, Science, and Technology Department. Although traveling a lot, throughout his life he has lived for a long time in two places only: in St. Petersburg, Russia, where he was born and raised, and in New York. As a child he [...]



CCTE Almuni Spotlight: Dr. Tiffany DeJaynes, Communication and Education, Ed. D. 2010

By • Jan 30th, 2013 • Category: Communication, Computing, and Technology Education

Dr. Tiffany DeJaynes, Communication and Education, 2010, focused her doctoral research on adolescent literacies through the lens of multimodal pedagogies and digital technologies.  Before attending Teachers College, Dr. DeJaynes, a native of Kansas City, MO, earned an M.A. in English in Language, Literature, and Composition from the University of Kansas. Currently, she teaches qualitative research [...]



Adjunct Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Arturo Hale, Science Education Program

By • Jan 30th, 2013 • Category: Science Education

The Mathematics, Science, and Technology Department has welcomed Dr. Arturo Hale as a new adjunct science faculty member this year. He is currently teaching Concepts of Physics I & II. He also teaches conceptual physics at Bard High School Early College in Manhattan. Dr. Hale was born and raised in Mexico City. He came to [...]



Mathematics Student Spotlight: Heather Gould, Mathematics Education, Ph. D.

By • Jan 30th, 2013 • Category: Mathematics Education

Heather Gould is a fourth-year Ph. D. student in the Mathematics Education program. She grew up in Stone Ridge, a small town in Ulster County, New York. She attended the University at Albany – SUNY and earned a bachelor’s degree with a double major in mathematics and anthropology. She also earned two master’s degrees from [...]