Dr. Joseph Johnson
Dr. Johnson taught physics for several years before pursuing his graduate degree. He has taught graduate and undergraduate courses including a focus on math and science teaching methods and educational technology. His research interests include equity and diversity in science education, science for English language learners, and integration of technology in education.
- State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY; Ph.D., Science Education, 2011.
- Gannon University, Erie, PA; M. Ed., Curriculum and Instruction, 2007.
- Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA; B.S. of E., Secondary Education: Physics, 2003. Summa Cum Laude
SEDU 183 Technology for Teaching and Learning
SEDU 495/MLED495/SEDU 695 Student Teaching Supervision
SEDU 471/472 (Formerly SEDU 594) Instructional Techniques for Science and Math
SEDU 692 Seminar on Teaching Adolescents (Online)
SEDU 731 Applied Technological Integration in Education (Online)
Johnson, J. & Yerrick, R. (In Review). Tools versus teaching: Examining differences in university implementation of iTunes U. Journal of Online Teaching and Learning.
Johnson, J. A., & Yerrick, R. K. (in review). Creating School Scientific Communities Among Urban Refugee ELL Populations. Proceedings of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference.
Johnson, J., Wesley, W., Smith, M., Wolbert, S., Buckwalter, D., & Daily, J. (In Progress). iSupervise: An exploration of the use of the Apple iPad for student teaching supervision.
Yerrick, R. & Johnson, J. (2011). Negotiating White science in rural Black America: A case for navigating the landscape of teacher knowledge domains. Cultural Studies in Science Education, 6(4), 915-939.
- Delbert Mullen’s Thinking Outside the Box Award