“We are so accustomed to the separation of knowledge from doing and making that we fail to recognize how it controls our conceptions of mind, of consciousness and of reflective inquiry”.  John Dewey (1929, pp. 22)

 

Teaching (Graduate Level):

Adult Learning Theory and Coaching (Online) – EDST 6347
College of Education
Seton Hall University, NJ
This course is designed to assist instructional technology facilitators, technology integration specialists, library media specialists, mentor teachers, and all those who guide the integration of technology to support and improve professional growth in schools and businesses.  Through various learning experiences, students discover a knowledge base of philosophical and conceptual foundations, strategies, tools, and resources to understand, support, and motivate adult learners and to embed professional learning within their client’s working environment. They investigate models and frameworks for developing, integrating, and enhancing professional development and technology coaching practices within their school districts or business learning culture and techniques to support effective, reflective teaching with technology. These goals will be addressed through readings, digital presentations, online discussions, reflections, and online video observations. The nature of the relationship between a technology coach and a client is very complex. Establishing trust and supportive practices are the keys to meaningful coaching experiences.
3 credits
Spring 2015 – Fall, 2018

Instructional Design – Capstone (Hybrid and Online – Summer) – EDST 6306
College of Education
Seton Hall University, NJ
Using a systematic approach, students design, develop, evaluate and revise instruction to meet defined goals and objectives.  Contemporary theories of learning become the framework and catalyst for the design process.
3 credits
Spring 2015 – 2017 (Ran all semesters)

Staff Development and Training (Online)
(Co-facilitated)
ORLD5055AB
Organization and Leadership
Teachers College, Columbia University
Introductory course covering the organization, management, and instructional process involved in staff training and development programs in business, industry, unions, healthcare institutions, government, and other noncollegiate settings. Current developments, innovative practices, and issues. This course is also offered in a distance learning format. 3 credits
Spring 2006, Summer 2006, Summer 2007, Fall 2007, Summer 2008, Fall 2008, Summer 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Culminating Research Seminar
EDST 9306
College of Education 
Seton Hall University, NJ
Fall, 2009

Real World Technologies
BMIE1001/EDST 6314
College of Education 
Seton Hall University, NJ
Fall, 2009

Introduction to Adult and Continuing Education  (Online)
(Co-facilitated)
ORLD4050
Organization and Leadership
Teachers College, Columbia University
This course is an introduction to the professional field of adult and continuing education including the fields of practice such as higher education, workplace, management training, non-profit, literacy, etc. and their evolution, emerging issues and challenges.  It introduces schools of thought such as pragmatism, radicalism and humanism and their transformation and relevance.
Spring, 2009 to 2011

Instructional Design of Educational Technology (Online)
(Co-facilitated)
MSTU 4083
Communication, Computing and Technology in Education
Teachers College, Columbia University, New York 
The nature of instructional technology, systems approaches to planning, managing, and evaluating instructional processes and materials. Emphasis is on instructional design.
Fall 2005

Teaching (Undergraduate and Graduate Level – Clinical Preceptorship):

Director and Clinical Faculty – Medical Technology Clinical Program
Management and Leadership Skills
Blood Bank Clinical Instructor
1980 – 1983
Atlantic Health Systems (Morristown Memorial Hospital)
Morristown, N.J.
For:
Fairleigh Dickinson University, all New Jersey Campuses
Program
Course  –   MEDT4205 – 4206  Clinical Lab Education I and II
Kean University, Union N.J
Course –    ID4877-4878 – Clinical Preceptorship I and II
Clinical FacultyMicrobiology1975-1979

Atlantic Health Systems (Morristown Memorial Hospital)
Morristown, N.J.
For:
Fairleigh Dickinson University, all New Jersey Campuses
Program Description
Course –   MEDT 7731 – Clinical Practicum III
Kean University, Union N.J.
Course –   ID4877-4878 – Clinical Preceptorship I and II