Professor of Education, teaching courses in Educational Psychology, Social Studies Methods, and Pedagogy of Cognition. Doctor of Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Temple University, USA. Author and presenter of works on innovative approaches to learning and assessing in higher education. Recipient of the 2002 Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching.


Publications:
Finding the Missing Link in Teacher Education: Applications of Multiple Intelligence Theory to Assessment Strategies

Linking classical and contemporary pedagogical theories in instruction and assessment highlights an interactive approach toward the preparation of effective teachers.

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Teaching Underrepresented College Populations in First Year Mathematics Courses

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A Constructivist Approach to Infusing Learning Domain and Multiple Intelligence Theories into Mathematics Instruction

Strategies for teaching first year college mathematics and assessing achievement are designed to address diverse learning styles among underrepresented ethnic and linguistic college populations.

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