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About Dr. Patricia Deubel

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Selected Presentations

Dissertation Mentored


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Ph. D., Computing Technology in Education, Nova Southeastern University, School of Computer and Information Sciences, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 2000. Dissertation title: Mathematics Software and Achievement on the Ohio Ninth Grade Proficiency Test.

Coursework: networking and telecommunications; courseware design; research methodology; human-computer interaction; learning theory for computer applications; multimedia; online learning environments; instruction delivery systems.

Post Masters:

Ashland University, Ashland, OH:

Teacher Expectations and Student Achievement, 1997

Teaching for Multiple Intelligences, 1996

Course work leading to supervision certification: staff development, leadership in administration, school law. Second practicum: An Administrator's Role in Staff Development, 1992-1993.


Ashland College, Ashland, OH: Degree in Curriculum and Instruction/Computer Education, 1986. Practicum: Computer Literacy and Computer Applications for Mansfield City High Schools.


Ohio University, Athens, Ohio: B.S. Comprehensive Mathematics, 1969. Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude graduate. Honors college program, 1965-69.

Additional Coursework:

Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio: Seminar for advanced placement calculus, 1990

North Central Technical College, Mansfield, Ohio: Pascal programming, 1989

University of South Carolina at Aiken: Graduate courses: school in modern society, behavior modification, 1980

Issues in education, 1996, 1997, 1.2 CEU units issued by the Ohio Department of Education

Principles of motivation, 1992, 1.2 CEU units issued by the Ohio Department of Education


Permanent teaching certification in secondary mathematics, computer science, data processing

Supervisor certification, issued July 1, 1993.




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