Doctoral Alumni

I am proud to have mentored these students to completion in their doctoral studies. Please note that I have only included those graduates that I directly mentored or co-mentored through the dissertation process. I have served on several more committees that are not listed here.

Barrett, J. (2017). Considering the global impact of technology to alter the perceptions of middle school students about the field of computer science: Reconsidering stereotypes. University of Florida.

Kang, Y. (2017). A comparative study of game-based online learning in music appreciation: An analysis of student motivation and achievement. University of Florida.

Simone Nance (2016). Using computer programming to enhance problem-solving skills of fifth grade students. University of Florida.

Douglas Brown (2016). Training online faculty:  Best practices versus reality – A mixed method case study. University of Florida.

Holli Seabury (2015). Brush Text:  A multimedia text messaging intervention to improve the oral health of rural Head Start children. University of Florida.

Florence Wolfe Sharp (2015). Educating the masses:  An examination of a Massive Open Online Course development lifecycle. University of Florida.

Hope Y. Kelly (2015). Open Educational Resource use in K-12: Prevalent practices of teachers engaged in educational technology communities. University of Florida.

Amanda J. Kleinheksel (2015). Measuring the adoption and integration of virtual patient simulations in nursing education: An exploratory factor analysis. University of Florida.

Johanna Kenney (2014). The future of simulations in allied healthcare education and training:  A Modified Delphi Study identifying their instructional and technical feasibility. University of Florida.

Tasha Wells (2014). A mixed methods investigation of developmental math students’ perspectives on successes and challenges in math and with MyMathLab. University of Florida.

Nathaniel D. Poling (2013). Collaboration, teamwork, and team cohesion in a StarCraft 2 digital game-based course. University of Florida.

Lenora J. Justice (2012). Identifying the barriers to using games and simulations in education: Creating a valid and reliable survey instrument. University of Florida.

Ginno Kelley (2012). Factors that have an effect on students’ scores on the Florida algebra 1 end-of-course assessment in algebra 1 classrooms using interactive whiteboard tools. University of Florida.

Lisa M. Holmes (2012). The effects of project-based learning on 21st century skills and no child left behind accountability standards. University of Florida.