Empire State College / SUNY
I am in science teacher education and use tech-based and virtual ways to work with my students.
- A Graduate School Residency in a Virtual Reality Setting
- Introducing K12 Teachers to Emerging Technologies within an Online Graduate Course that Used an Immersive Virtual Reality Environment
- Developing effective online collaborative science projects by using course scaffolding, a virtual world, and web 2.0 technologies
- Migrating Towards K12 in Virtual Spaces: Second Life Lessons Learned as Higher Education Meets Middle School Students
- The Use of a Wiki in Teacher Education: How Does Learning and Instruction Change When Work Can Go Public?
- Becoming a Virtual Instructor: How Can Higher Education Faculty Prepare for Second Life?
- Using Reality-Based, Authentic Streamed-Videos and Online Conversations to Prepare Pre-Service Teachers for Urban Classrooms: A Pilot Study
In the early 1990's I migrated from a career in chemistry and in the marketing-end of computers at IBM, into science teacher education. Now, with my work at Empire State College (SUNY), I teach online primarily and use as much tech-based and virtual means that are possible to network and grow new teachers of science into inquiry-based methods.