Education: Andrews University, BA - Social Studies
and Business; Indiana University, MS and Ph.D. - Instructional
Systems Technology and Curriculum and Instruction
Current Courses: EDEL534: Graduate Seminar in Social
Studies Education; EDEL415: Microcomputers in the Elementary Classroom;
EDEL511: Survey of Educational Research
Brown, A. and Green, T. (January/February 2003). Showing up to Class in Pajamas (or Less!): The Fantasies and Realities of Online Professional Development Courses for Teachers. The Clearinghouse: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 76(3), 148-151.
Green, T. (2003). PowerPoint Made Very Easy!. New York: Scholastic Professional Books. (Check out the review at the MSCARE Web site - http://www.mscare.org/professional.cfm?doc_id=190)
Green, T. (Winter, 2002). Using Classroom Simulations and Technology and to Discuss Multicultural Issues in a Middle School Classroom. Multicultural Education, 10(2).
Brown, A. and Green, T. (November 2002). Multimedia Projects in the K-12 Classroom: Rating and Reviewing Media Production Software. Paper presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) annual meeting; Dallas, TX.
Green, T. and Brown, A. (2002). Choices, Choices, Too Many Choices: Effective Multimedia Software for Classroom Use. Internet Librarian 2002.
Green, T. and Brown, A. (September 2002). Student-Generated Multimedia
Projects in the Classroom. Multimedia Schools, 9(4).
Brown, A., Green, T., and Zatz, D. (2001). Guidelines for Multimedia
Production Projects. EDUCAUSE Quarterly, 24(4).
by Tim Green, Ph.D. - email@example.com - Copyright 2003