Publications by King's Faculty | Conferences and Workshops by King's Faculty | Other Publications
Boscia, Marian W. and Bruce McAfee, �Enhancing Learning with Writing to Learn Exercises,�
Proceedings, ABSEL Conference of the Association for Business Simulation and Experimental
Learning, Orlando, Fl., March 1996.
Bressler, Stephanie, John Ennis, Mark Michael, and Jean O�Brien. �The Sophomore/Junior Diagnostic Project.� Assessment Strategies That Work. Ed. Trudy Banta. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1995.
Brooks, C. I. and T. F. Mech, �Anxiety and confidence in using a library by college freshmen and seniors,� Psychological Reports, 81, 1-2, 1997.
Brooks, C. I. and J. Burda, �Classroom seating position and changes in achievement motivation over a semester,� Psychological Reports, 78, 331-336, 1996.
Farmer, Donald W. Enhancing Student Learning: Emphasizing Essential Competencies in Academic Programs. King�s College Press, 1988.
Farmer, Donald W., and Edmund A. Napieralski. �Academic Program Assessment.� Handbook on the Undergraduate Curriculum. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1996.
Farmer, Donald W. �Course-Embedded Assessment: A Teaching Strategy to Improve Student Learning.� Assessment Update 5:1 (1993).
Farmer, Donald W., and Terrence Mech, eds. Information Literacy: Developing Students as Independent Learners. New Directions in Higher Education, No. 78. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1992.
Irwin, William J., "A Modest Proposal to Students," The Teaching Professor, 13 (1999), p. 8.
Joyce, Ann et al. �Art: Activities and Standards.� Handbook of Classroom Assessment: Learning, Achievement, and
Adjustment. Ed. Gary Phye. San Diego: Academic Press, 1996.
Joyce, Ann. �The Historical Evolution of Evaluation and Assessment in Art Education: from Anomaly to Paragon of Educational Efficacy,� History of Art Education, Chapter 5 in Part 7, 1995.
Lutes, Bill J. �Helping Students in a Criminal Justice Curriculum to Think Critically.� Enhancing Student Learning: Emphasizing Essential Competencies in Academic Programs. Ed. Donald W. Farmer. Wilkes-Barre: King�s College, 1988.
Lutes, Bill J.�An Application of Classroom Research to the Social Sciences: Project on Aging.� The Educational Forum: A Journal of Teaching, Learning and Professional Development. Boston: Massachusetts Bay Press, 1991.
Michael, Mark. �Fostering and Assessing Communication Skills in the Computer Science Context,� SIGCSE Bulletin 32.
Proceedings of the Thirty-first SIGSCE Symposium on Computer Science
Education, Austin, Tx., March 2000, 119-123.
Michael, Mark. �Assessing Essential Academic Skills from the Perspective of the Mathematics Major,� Assessment Practices in Mathematics, The Mathematical Association of America, Bonnie Gold, Sandra Keith, and Bill Marion, editors, Washington, D.C., 1999, 58-60.
Napieralski, Edmund A. �Two Strategies for Improving Involvement in the Classroom.� National Collegiate Honors Council Northeast Region Newsletter (Fall, 1988).
Napieralski, Edmund and D.W. Farmer, �Assessing Learning in Programs,� Handbook of the Undergraduate Curriculum, Jerry G. Gaff and James L. Ratcliff, editors, San Francisco, Ca., Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1997.
Napieralski, Edmund A. �Assessment and Learning: Threat or Promise?� The National Honors Report 9 (Fall, 1988).
O�Brien, Jean. �Senior-Level Integrated Assessment in Human Resources Management.� Enhancing Student Learning: Emphasizing Essential Competencies in Academic Programs. Ed. Donald W. Farmer. Wilkes-Barre: King�s College, 1988.
O�Hara, Cheryl, Bernard J. Healey, and Amy Parsons, �The Use of Interactive Health Communication to Reduce Children�s Experimentation with Tobacco,�
Proceedings of the Academy for Studies in Business Law, Volume 3, Number 2, 1999.
�Connecting the Major and Liberal Learning: Integrating Liberal Learning Skills into a Marketing Curriculum�The Model at King�s College,� Marketing Education Review, Volume 8, Number 1, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Spring 1998.
Paoletti, Robert A. �Assessment in Biology,� in M.E. Huba and J. Freed, eds., Learner-Centered Assessment on College Campuses: Shifting the Focus from Teaching to Learning, Chapter 7: �Assessing Students� Ability to Solve Problems and Think Critically,� Needham Heights: Allyn and Bacon, 2000 (In press).
Paoletti, Robert A. �Assessment Criteria as an Heuristic for Developing Student Competency in Analysis and Evaluation of Published Papers in the Sciences,� in Eleanor D. Siebert and William J. McIntosh, eds., Pathways to the Science Standards: University and College Edition, Chapter 3: �Standards for Assessment in Higher Education,� Arlington, Virginia: National Science Teachers Association, 2000 (In press).
Paoletti, Robert A. and D.L. Stamper. �Monitoring the acquisition of technological skills in an undergraduate biology curriculum,� American Zoologist 38: 154A; 1999.
Paoletti, Robert A. and D.L. Stamper. �The Scientific Method Paradigm as an Heuristic for Problem Solving in the Liberal Arts,� in Proceedings of The Second Annual National Conference on Problem Solving across the Curriculum, Wells College Press, Aurora, N.Y., 1991.
Rose, Margarita M. �Enhancing Student Learning in Economic Development/Geography through the Construction of Hyperstudio Stacks,� Proceedings of the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Economic Association, 131-135, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa., May 28-30, 1998.Wallace, James M. �Parallel Lives: A Novel Way to Learn Thinking and Writing,� McGraw Hill Primis Custom Publishing, Second Edition, 2000.
Wallace, James, Gregory Bassham, William Irwin, and Henry Nardone, Critical Thinking: A Student's Introduction. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2001; 2nd Edition 2004.
Wallace, James M. �Stimulating Higher Thinking Skills in At-Risk Readers,� Pennsylvania Reads: The Journal of the Pennsylvania State Reading Association, April 2000.
Wallace, James M. �Teaching the Advanced Business Writing Course,� Tested Ideas for Teaching Business Communications, McGraw Hill, 1994.
Wallace, James M. �Critical Thinking: What Every Person Needs to Survive in a Rapidly-Changing World,� Book Review, Thinking Skills Newsletter, 12, January 1991.
Wallace, James M. �Contemporary Culture Through Newsweek: Integrating Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing,� Thinking Skills Newsletter, 9, April 1990.
Alexander, Christopher and Nick Holodick. Presentation of �Relationship Teaching: A New Pedagogical Tool,� The Ninth annual Conference on Advancing Teaching in College Classrooms and Campus Cultures, March 9-11, 2000, State College, Pennsylvania.
Alexander, Christopher and Edward J. Schoen. Presentation of �A Course-Embedded Assessment Model for Communication Skills,� 1999 AACSB Undergraduate Program Seminar, St. Louis, Missouri, January 31 � February 2, 1999.
Bassham, Greg, Jean O'Brien, and Bob Paoletti. "An Integrated Approach to Teaching and Assessing Critical Thinking," 20th Annual International Conference on Critical Thinking and Educational Reform, Sonoma State University, July 2000.
Bassham, Greg, and Henry Nardone. "Fifteen Classroom-tested Techniques for Promoting Active Learning," 33rd Annual ISETL Conference, Ft. Collins, CO, Oct. 2003.
Bassham, Greg, and Marc Marchese. "Using the Plous Test to Teach Critical Thinking and the Psychology of Judgment and Decision Making," 13th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, Feb. 2002, & 20th Annual International Conference on Critical Thinking and Educational Reform, Sonoma State University, July 2000.
Bassham, Greg, and Henry Nardone. "Using Role-Playing to Teach Critical Thinking about Moral Relativism," 13th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, Feb. 2002.
Boscia, Marian W., Barry Williams. and John McGowan, �Accounting Program Assessment: Application Processes and Experiences,� AACSB Continuous Improvement Symposium, Dallas, Tx., September 1998.
Boscia, Marian W. and Barry Williams. �Integrating the Internet into a Student Learning Assessment Program in Accounting,� Proceedings, Syllabus 98 Conference, Sonoma State University; Rohnert Park, Ca., July 1998.
Drazdowski, Thomas. February, 2000. "Integrating Technology Into the Preservice Curriculum: A Discussion of What's
Working." The 11th International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher
Education, San Diego, CA.
Easton, Diana. �Distance Learning by Web CT,� Association of Physician Assistant Programs, Mid-year meeting, Austin Texas in October 1999.
Falchek, Joseph S., Cheryl O�Hara, Edward J. Schoen, J.D., and Barry H. Williams. �Challenging Perceptions About Outcomes Assessment,� AACSB Outcomes Assessment Seminar, Nashville, Tn., March 13-17, 1998.
Joyce, Ann. �Visual Arts Outcomes Assessment for Educational Improvement and Program Effectiveness,� Los Angeles, Ca., April 2, 2000.
Joyce, Ann. �Assessment as a Tool for Learner Empowerment,� National Art Education Association Conference, Chicago, Il., April 3, 1998.
Joyce, Ann, Barry Williams and Robert Paoletti. �Student Outcomes in the Major: The Sophomore-Junior Project and The Senior-Level Integrated Assessment,� at the California State University, Sacramento, Ca., March 3, 1997.
Klenner-Moore, Jayne, and Susan Colaric, �Designing Adaptive Graphical User Interface Tools for Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Environments,� and �Web Site Evaluation: A Decision Support Tool,� Association for Educational Communications and Technology 2000. Long Beach Ca., February 16-20, 2000.
McClinton-Temple, Jennifer, Jean O'Brien, and Brian A. Pavlac. Poster Session: �Using Faculty Development to Sustain a Learner-Centered Climate,� for Achieving Greater Expectations Conference, American Association of Colleges and Universities, Washington, D.C., November 2003.
Marchese, M. "A student-directed WebCT learning experience in a human resources management course." Presentation at the Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, Ft. Collins, Colorado, October 2003.
Marchese, M. C. "WebCT applications in three HRM courses." Presentation at the Third Conference on Innovative Teaching in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, Columbus, Ohio, November 2002.
Michael, Mark. �Fostering and Assessing Communication Skills in the Computer Science Context,� Association for Computing Machinery/Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education Technical Symposium, Austin, Tx., March 9, 2000.
O'Hara, Cheryl. �Using Course-Embedded Assessment to Improve Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum,� the University of South Carolina at Spartanburg, Spartanburg, S.C., January 3� 4, 2000
Paoletti, Robert A. �An Integrative Approach to Teaching and Assessing Critical Thinking,� 20th International Conference on Critical Thinking and Educational Reform, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, Ca., July 22-25, 2000.
Paoletti, Robert A. �Assessment Criteria as an Heuristic for Developing Student Competency in Analysis and Evaluation of Published Papers in the Sciences,� Assessment Institute; Indianapolis, In., November 7-9, 1999.
Parsons, Amy L. and Christopher Alexander, �The Sophomore-Junior Diagnostic Projects in Marketing and Business Administration at King�s College,� East Stroudsburg Outcomes Assessment Symposium, East Stroudsburg, Pa., April 17, 1998.
Pavlac, Brian A. Poster Session: �History of the History Senior Seminar,� Assessment Conference, American Association for Higher Education, Seattle, June 2003.
Pavlac, Brian A. and Denise Reboli. Roundtable: �Middle States and Assessment,� Assessment Conference, American Association for Higher Education, Seattle, June 2003.
Rose, Margarita, Jerry Biberman, Robert McKeage, and Ekema Agbaw, �Teaching Diversity on a Non-Diverse Campus,� Fourth Annual Conference on Diversity for Area Colleges and Universities, Luzerne County Community College, Nanticoke, Pa., November 4, 1997.
Williams, Barry and Donald W. Farmer, �Student Learning Assessment Program: Integrating Liberal and Business Education within The Accounting Department,� Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Mo., January 9-10, 1997.
Angelo, T. A. "A 'Teacher's Dozen:' Fourteen General, Research-based Principles for Improving Higher Learning in our Classrooms," AAHE Bulletin 3 (7), 13.
Angelo, T. A. and K. P. Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1993.
Braskamp, Larry A. Dale C. Brandenburg and John C. Ory. Evaluating Teaching Effectiveness: A Practical Guide, Sage Publications, Inc. 1984, pp. 30-56.
Centra, John A. Reflective Faculty Evaluation: Enhancing Teaching and Determining Faculty Effectiveness, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1993, pp. 81-93.
Centra, John A. Determining Faculty Effectiveness, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1979, pp. 17-46.
England, James; Pat Hutchings, and Wilbert J. McKeachie, �The Professional Evaluation of Teaching,� American Council of Learned Societies, Occasional Paper No. 33 <http://www.acls.org/op33.htm>
Gillespie, Kay Herr, ed. A Guide to Faculty Development: Practical Advice, Examples, and Resources, Anker Publishing Company, Inc., 2002.
Huba, M.E. & freed, J.E. Learner-centered Assessment on College Campuses. Needham Heights: Allyn & Bacon, 2000.
Kaplan, Matthew, Lisa A. Mets, Constance E. Cook. �Questions Frequently Asked About Student Ratings Forms: Summary of Research Finding,� Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) University of Michigan <http://www.crlt.umich.edu/crlttext/crlt.faqtext.html>.
Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Student Learning Assessment: Options and Resources, 2003.
Scriven, Michael. �Student ratings offer Useful Input to Teacher Evaluations,� Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation <http://pareonline.net/getvn.asp?v=4&n=7>.
Walvoord, B.E. & Anderson, V. J. A Tool for Learning and Assessment. Jossey-Bass, 1998.
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