JEFFREY G. MCNABB



JEFFREY G. MCNABB
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR



CLASSES

  • ITE 369 Developing Occupational Education and Training Programs
  • ITE 385 Methods and Strategies for Instructional Programs
  • ITE 470 Course Construction
  • ITE 491 Instructional Methods in Technology Education
  • ITE 605 Developing Performance Based Occupational Curriculum
  • ITE 685 Major Project
  • ITE 698 Research Methods in Industrial Technology Education

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  • Indiana State University, Ph.D., 1994.
  • University of Southern California-Los Angeles, Certificate in Aerospace Education. 1991.
  • Indiana State University, M.S., 1985.
  • Indiana State University, B.S., 1979.

INTERESTS

  • Music

PUBLICATIONS

  • "Telecourse Effectiveness: Findings in the Current Literature," Tech Trends, October, 1994.
  • "Tech Prep and the Development of Personal Qualities: Defining the Affective Domain," Vol. 115, Num. 4, Summer 1995.

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • "The World's Largest Yo-Yo," "The World's Largest Guitar," These curriculum projects involved the integration of math, science, English, communications, business, CAD, and several other technology disciplines. Shakamak High School (1991-92).
  • "Dig Across the Curriculum," This is a project being developed which will integrate several diverse disciplines via an archeological dig on the campus of Oakland City College (Summer 1995).

CONTACT INFORMATION

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