Dennis S. Kubasko, Jr.
Associate Professor for Secondary Science Education
Co-Director - Wilmington Regional Science Olympiad
Coordinator - Belize International Field Experience
- Roger Shew, Nicole Martin & Dennis Kubasko (2012). "Coastal Zone Issues: The Intersection of Science, Politics and Economics." 2012 North Carolina Science Teachers Professional Development Institute on Thursday, November 8th in Winston Salem, NC.
- Dennis Kubasko, Amy Taylor & Lindsey Baker (2012). "Coastal Zone Issues: The Intersection of Science, Politics and Economics." 2012 North Carolina Science Teachers Professional Development Institute on Thursday, November 9th in Winston Salem, NC.
Administrative: Appointed Director of Center for Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (CESTEM), September, 2011
Award Recipient: Recipient of the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, December, 2010
Teaching: Program Coordinator -
International Field Experience, San Pedro, Belize, 2009-2012
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Service: Director - 2012 Wilmington Regional
Science Olympiad. Link below for details:
Book Chapter: Dickerson, J., Kubasko, D.S. & Coleman, H. (2009). “Implementing electronic portfolios: A systemic approach.” Technology leadership in teacher education: Integrated solutions and experiences. (in press).
Publication: Kubasko, D. S., Jones, M.G., Tretter, T., & Andre (2008). Is it live or is it memorex? Students' synchronous and asynchronous communication with scientists. International Journal of Science Education 30(4): 495-514.
J., & Kubasko, D. (2007). Digital microscopes: Enhancing collaboration
and engagement in science classrooms with information technologies.
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 7(4).
Past Conference Presentations: ASTE, Mid-Atlantic ASTE, NARST, AERA, AACTE, NC Teacher Ed Forum, NC-TLT, and NCSTA.
Presentation at the Joint North American, European and South American Symposium on Science and Technology Literacy, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Lima , Peru, May 31 - June 4, 2006. Rich Huber, Dennis S. Kubasko, Jr., and Jeremy Dickerson.
Title: Changing the Way We Teach Science: Using Internet-based Data Visualization Tools to Access and Interact with Authentic Environmental Data.
Call for papers, PowerPoint Presentation and Paper.
Dissertation: The impact of live experiments verses interactive replay of experiments on students’ science concepts and attitudes. UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC.
1996 Pennsylvania State University College of Education Outstanding New Graduate Award