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Refereed Journal Articles

Kubasko, D.S. and Reid-Griffin, A. (submitted Summer, 2007). Professional Development for the Integration of Technologies in a Secondary Science Education Program. Journal of Science Education and Technology.

Kubasko, D.S., Dickerson, J., and Vallett, D. (submitted Summer, 2007). From Microscopes to Proscopes: Integrating Emerging Technology in Middle School Science Classrooms. Meridian: A Middle School Technologies Journal.

Dickerson, J., Kubasko, D.S. and Vallett, D. (2007).  Digital Microscopes: Enhancing Student Collaboration and Engagement in Secondary Biology Classrooms with Information Technologies. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE) (in press).

Smith, R. W. Fischetti, J. Kubasko, D. S. & Gill, D. (submitted Summer, 2006). Pre-service Teachers’ Experiences using a Web-based Toolset. Journal of Teacher Education and Practice.

Kubasko, D. S., Jones, M.G., Tretter, T., & Andre (2007). Is It Live or Is It Memorex? Students' Synchronous and Asynchronous Communication with Scientists. International Journal of Science Education (in press).

Jones, M. G., Tretter, T., Paechter, M., Kubasko, D. S., & Bokinsky, A. (2006). Differences in African American and European American Students’ Engagement with Nanotechnology Experiences: Perceptual Position or Assessment Artifact? Journal of Research in Science Education. (in press).

Painter, J., Jones, M. G., Tretter, T., Bokinsky, A., Kubasko, D. S., Negishi, A., & Andre, T. (2006). Pulling Back the Curtain: Uncovering and Changing Students' Perceptions of Scientists. School of Science and Mathematics 106(4): 181-190.

Smith, R. W. & Kubasko, D. S. (2006). “The Potential for New Teachers’ Use of Technology to Change Teaching and Learning.” Teaching & Learning: The Journal of Natural Inquiry and Reflective Practice 20(2), 106-130.

Paechter, M., Jones M.G., Tretter, T., Bokinsky, A., Kubasko, D., Negishi A. & Andre, T. (2006). Hands-on in science education: Multimedia instruction that is appealing to female and male students. In D. Grabe & L. Zimmermann (Hrsg.), /Multimedia Appli­cations in Education /(S. 78-85). Graz: FH Joanneum. (Best Paper Award, September, 6th 2006)

Jones, M. G., Andre, T., Kubasko, D. S., Tretter, T., Bokinsky, A., Negishi, A., Taylor, R., and Superfine, R. (2004). Remote Atomic Force Microscopy of Microscopic Organisms: Technological Innovations for Hands-On Science with Middle and High School Students. Science Education 88(1): 55-71.

Veal, W. R., and Kubasko, D. S. (2003). Domain Specific Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Evolution Held by Biology and Geology Teachers. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision 18(4): 334-352.

Veal, W. R., Kubasko, D. S., and Fullager, P. (2002). Web Based Course on Earth and Environmental Science for Preservice and Inservice Teachers. Journal of Science Teacher Education 13(2): 131-146.

Chapters in Books

Jones, M. G., Bokinsky, A., Tretter, T., Negishi, A., Kubasko, D.S., Superfine, R., and Taylor, R. (2002). "Atomic force microscopy with touch: Educational applications." Science, technology and education of microscopy: An overview, vol. II, (pp. 776-686) A. Mendez-Vilas, (Ed.). Madrid, Spain: Formatex.

Books and Monographs

O’Sullivan, R. G., Faircloth, B. S., Germuth, A. K., Heinemeier, S. E., Kubasko, D. S., Lin, C. J., Nimkoff, T., O’Sullivan J. M., & Page, B. E. (2001). Case Study of learning organization North Carolina’s Wake County Cooperative Extension Center: Pinions, Pain, and Personal Life. Raleigh, NC: Wake County Cooperative Extension.


Dickerson, J. and Kubasko, D.S. (March, 2007). Using Digital Technology to Enhance, Transform and Teach Microscopy.  Proceedings at the UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, Hilton North Raleigh, Raleigh, NC.

Huber, R., Kubasko, D.S. and Dickerson, J. (June, 2006). Changing the way we teach science: Using Internet-based Data Visualization Tools to Access and Interact with Authentic Environmental Data.  Proceedings at the Joint North American, European and South American Symposium on Science and Technology Literacy, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Lima , Peru.

Tretter, T., Jones, M. G., Andre, T., Kubasko, D. S., & Minougue, J. (April, 2004). How Small is Small?  Students' Conceptions of Scale. Proceedings of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching International Conference.  Vancouver, BC. 

Jones, M. G., Bokinsky, A., Andre, T., Kubasko, D., Negishi, A., Taylor, R., and Superfine, R. (2002). NanoManipulator applications in education: The impact of haptic experiences on students’ attitudes and concepts. Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Science Haptics 2002 Symposium, (pp. 295-298). Orlando, Florida: IEEE Computer Society.