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Scott McDonald

  • Ph.D.
  • Associate Professor
  • Pennsylvania State University Thomas D Larson Pennsylvania Transportation Institute
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Research interests

His research focuses on multi-channel technology-supported discourse in face-to-face classrooms. He also researches the development of professional pedagogical vision in preservice science teachers through digital video analysis.

About

Dr. Scott McDonald is an Assistant Professor of Science Education at The Pennsylvania State University. He is also the Director of the Innovation Studio in the PSU College of Education, an initiative to develop digital pedagogies in higher education. He received his Ph.D. in Learning Technologies from the University of Michigan. His research focuses on multi-channel technology-supported discourse in face-to-face classrooms. He also researches the development of professional pedagogical vision in preservice science teachers through digital video analysis.

Co-authors (49)

Publications (5)

  • Future learning spaces for learning communities: New directions and conceptual frameworks

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  • Introduction of the 2014 Editorial Review Board

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  • Taking Stock in 2014

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    • Lloyd G
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  • Beyond the Teacher Certification Program Debate: From Models to Features

    • Lloyd G
    • Arbaugh F
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  • Getting our own house in order: From brick makers to builders

    • Knight S
    • Lloyd G
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Professional experience

Associate Professor

The Pennsylvania State

August 2004 - Present

Education

Ph.D. Learning Technologies

The University of Michigan

August 1998 - May 2004(6 years)

M.S., Science Education

The University of Michigan

September 1998 - May 2001(3 years)

M.A. Teaching

The University of Michigan

June 1991 - July 1992(a year)

B.S. Physics

The Colorado College

September 1985 - May 1989(4 years)