Office of the Provost

Professional Presentations

1. Living, Learning, and Working in the 21st Century, Invited Talk, the Middlesex County College Edison Scholars Program Award Ceremony, Edison, New Jersey, October 2008.

2. ACM’s K-12 Computing Curricula Vision, the ACM SIGITE Conference on Information Technology Education, Newark, New Jersey, October 2005.

3. The ACM K-12 Computer Science Curriculum – Implementation and Dissemination in New Jersey Schools. General Session Speaker. Conference on Computing Sciences Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 2004.

4. The ACM K-12 Computer Science Curriculum: Dissemination, Implementation, and Sustainability, Invited Talk, The Computer Science and Information Technology Symposium, Norfolk, Virginia, March 2004.

5. Computing Sciences at NJIT, Invited Talk, US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, August 2001.

6. The Computing and Composition Project, Invited Talk, Opening Session Speaker. Science and Liberal Arts Workshop for Secondary School Teachers, Newark, New Jersey. October 2000.

7. Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools: Work In Progress, Invited Talk, Opening Session Speaker. Science and Liberal Arts Workshop for Secondary School Teachers, Newark, New Jersey. October 1999.

8. SOLVEIT: Tools for Asynchronous Problem Solving and Critical Thinking, Invited Talk, Engineering Education Unbounded: Lifelong Learning Any Time, Any Place, United Engineering Foundation Conference, Santa Clara, California. July 1999.

9. Bridging Technology and Pedagogy: Examples from NJIT, Invited Talk, New Community Project - Dedication of Learning Center, Newark, New Jersey. July 1999.

10. Computer Science Education in Secondary Schools: A Look at Curriculum and Teaching Certification Issues. National Educational Computing Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey. June 1999.

11. Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools: Reports from the Classroom. General Session Speaker. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1999.

12. Establishing Computer Science Education Standards and Frameworks. Working Group Workshop. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1999.

13. Changes in the Computer Science Curriculum and the Effect on Two/Four Year College Articulation, Invited Talk, New Jersey Community College Computer Consortium (NJCCCC), Annual Fall Meeting, Newark, New Jersey. October 1998.

14. Implementation of Computer Science Education Curriculum Guidelines in Secondary Schools, Invited Talk, Technology Alliance for Passaic County Schools, Spring Meeting, Wayne, New Jersey. June 1998.

15. The New Role of Computing in the Freshman Engineering Curriculum, Invited Talk, Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Undergraduate Engineering Education, NSF Gateway Engineering Education Coalition Workshop, Newark, New Jersey. June 1998.

16. Rethinking the Lecture, Recitation, and Laboratory Content of Introductory Computing, Invited Talk, Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Undergraduate Engineering Education, NSF Gateway Coalition Workshop, Newark, New Jersey. June 1998.

17. Curriculum Guidelines, Content and Professional Development for Pre-College Computer Science Education: A Consensus from the Classroom. General Session Speaker. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1998.

18. Fundamental Education for Computing and Information Technology Students, Invited Talk, NSF Regional Conference on Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Education, Newark, New Jersey. March 1998.

19. Academic Advising for the Virtual University, Invited Talk, Sixth Annual New Jersey Advisors Conference, Newark, New Jersey. June 1997.

20. Problem Solving and Program Development by Example. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1997.

21. The Emerging Careers and Curricula of Computing, Invited Talk, New Jersey Transfer Counselors’ Association (NJTCA), Annual Spring Meeting, Jersey City, New Jersey. May 1997.

22. Professional Development for Pre-College Computer Science Education. General Session Speaker. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1997.

23. From Pascal to C++: Preparing for the Change in Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Courses. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1997.

24. Asynchronous Learning Networks: An Example for Distance Education, Invited Talk, Serving The Adult Collegian (STAC), Annual Meeting, Trenton, New Jersey. April 1997.

25. Problem Solving and Programming Using Asynchronous Learning Networks, Invited Talk, African Virtual University Inauguration Meeting (Via satellite from NJIT Candid Classroom to education officials of French-speaking African countries), Senegal, Africa. April 1997.

26. Introductory Computer Science Sequence: Can We Make it Work? Invited Talk, New Jersey Community College Computer Consortium (NJCCCC), Annual Fall Meeting, Edison, New Jersey. October 1996.

27. On-Line Advising Center, Invited Talk, Fifth Annual New Jersey Advisors Conference, Jersey City, New Jersey. June 1996.

28. A Report on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools. General Session Speaker. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1996.

29. Recommendations on Content for H.S. Computer Science Curriculum and Professional Development. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1996.

30. Technology and Hands-On Strategies for Teaching Science and Mathematics to the Special Education Population. Eleventh Annual International Conference on Technology and Persons With Disabilities, Los Angeles, CA. March 1996.

31. Computer Science Education and the ACM Recommendations. General Session Speaker. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1995.

32. Computer Science as a High School Subject Matter. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1995.

33. Teaching Methodologies for Problem Solving and Programming. Conference on Computer Science Education in the Secondary Schools, Newark, New Jersey. May 1995.

34. Active Learning: Challenges and Discoveries. National Science Teachers Association National Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. March 1995.

35. Technology and Academic Advising. Third Annual New Jersey Advisors Conference, New Brunswick, New Jersey. June 1994.

36. Applications of the System for Educational Learning and Feedback (SELF). Conference on International Distance Education: A Vision for Higher Education, University Park, Pennsylvania. June 1994.

37. Distance Learning: Effective Access to College Courses, Enrichment and Professional Development. Educational Technology Conference, Long Branch, New Jersey. February 1994.

38. A Report on Using the System for Educational Learning and Feedback (SELF) in a Sociology Telecourse, Invited Talk, Research Seminars on Efficiency in Learning, College Park, Maryland. November 1993.

39. The System for Educational Learning and Feedback (SELF): A Computerized Testing and Tutoring Approach, Invited Talk, Technology-Based Engineering Education Consortium Conference, Melbourne, Florida. November 1992.

40. Computerizing the Campus. Conference on Technology in the Freshman Year: Computers Across the Curriculum, New York, New York. May 1992.

41. A Telecourse Design Methodology, Invited Talk, Eastern Educational Consortium Conference on Distance Learning, Newark, New Jersey. February 1992.

42. Pedagogical Implications of Freshman Microcomputer Programs. Decision Sciences Institute Conference - Innovation Track Symposium, Miami, Florida. October 1991.