Advanced Studies in Education

Dawn Poole

Department:
Advanced Studies in Education

Building:
Demergasso-Bava Hall
See Building #21: Map

Office Location:
Room DBH 348 - See Map

Phone: (209) 667-3495

E-mail: dpoole@csustan.edu


 

Dawn Poole

Department Chair


Education

Ph.D., Iowa State University, 1996
Major in Education with Emphasis in Curriculum and Instructional Technology

M.S., Iowa State University, 1993
Major in Education with Emphasis in Curriculum and Instructional Technology

B.S., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 1989

Major: Mathematics, Secondary Education

Courses Taught

EDIT 4170: Educational Technology Foundations.pdf
EDIT 4710: Advanced Integration Strategies.pdf
EDIT 5200: Social Perspectives of Technology.pdf
EDIT 5300: The Technology Coordinator.pdf
EDGS 5510: Introduction to Research in Education.pdf
EDGS 5610: Quantitative Research in Education.pdf
EDEL 9002: Applied Quantitative Research.pdf

EDEL 9006: Data-Driven Decision Making.pdf

Professional Experience

California State University, Stanislaus
Professor of Educational Technology, September 2005-present
Chair, Advanced Studies in Education, January 2003-present
Coordinator, Educational Technology Program, February 1996-present
Core Doctoral Faculty, Spring 2008-present
Associate Professor of Educational Technology, September 2000-August 2005
Assistant Professor of Educational Technology, February 1996-August 2000

Iowa State University
Instructor, Curriculum and Instruction Department, August 1993-December 1995
Teaching Assistant, Curriculum and Instruction Department, August 1992-August 1993

Colo-NESCO High School, Iowa
Mathematics Teacher and Coach, August 1990-June 1992

Ames Community School District, Iowa

Educational Assistant at Ames Middle School, August 1989-June 1990

Professional Organizations

International Society for Technology in Education
Computer Using Educators

Publications

Poole, D. M. (2008). An analysis of CUE conferences from 1980-2007: Structure and content. OnCUE, 30(1), 10-11, 24.

Poole, D. M. (2007). Study of beliefs and behaviors regarding digital technology. New Media & Society, 9(5), 771-793.

Poole, D. M. (2003). Student participation in a discussion-oriented online course: A case study. In C. L. Wiegand (Ed.), From email to earthquakes: On teaching and learning with technology in the California State University (pp. 317-331). Long Beach, CA: The California State University Press.

Poole, D. M. (2003). Student reactions to ethical issues related to digital technology. National Educational Computing Conference Proceedings, Seattle, June 29-July 9, 2003. Eugene, OR: International Society for Technology in Education.

Brown, J. (2001). Step-by-step spreadsheet activities for Excel 2000. D. Poole, Ed. Westminster, CA: Teacher Created Materials.

Brown, J. (2001). Step-by-step spreadsheet activities for AppleWorks. D. Poole, Ed. Westminster, CA: Teacher Created Materials.

Poole, D. M., Arcellana, E., Irons, S. & Gross, T. M. (2001). Middle school curriculum activities using the computer. Westminster, CA: Teacher Created Materials.

Poole, D. M. (2000). Student participation in a discussion-oriented online course: A case study. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 33(2), 162-177.

Bridges, B., Poole, D. M., Shaver, J., & Donelson, C. (2000). CUE Reviews. CUE Fall Newsletter, 22(6), 20-22.

Poole, D. M. (2000). An e-mail activity: Preservice teachers’ perceptions of authenticity. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 8(1), 13-28.

Poole, D. M. (1996). Telecommunications as a link between preservice teachers, students, and mathematics. In B. Robin, J. Price, J. Willis, & D. A. Willis (Eds.), Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 1996 (pp. 248-251). Charlottesville, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

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