School of Education
School of Education New York
- @New York City
163 William Street
New York City
I am a professional learner.
Dr. Gerald Ardito has been working in Education for almost three decades. His experience includes adult education, adolescent Biology, and most recently higher education. He is the Assistant Chair and Assistant Professor of STEM-D Education at Pace University's School of Education. His research interests include the development of self-directed, technology-enhanced learning environments.
DPS , Pace University , White Plains New York , 2010
Computer Science for Educators
MST , Pace University , Pleasantville, NY , 2007
Adolescent Science Education
MA , New York University , New York City , 1985
BA , Vassar College , Poughkeepsie, New York , 1982
LICENSURES & CERTIFICATES
- New York State Education Department,
- Professional NY State Teaching License - Adolescent Biology
This is my 7-12 teaching license.
Evans, B., Ardito, G. & Kim, S. (2017, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Mathematics Problem Solving, Literacy, and ELL for Alternative Certification Teachers. International Journal of Accounting and Information Management. Vol 12 (Issue 1) http://www.jnaac.com/
Mosley, P., Ardito, G. & Scollins, L. (2016, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Cooperative Robotic Learning Promotes Student STEM Interest. Academic Journal. Vol 7 (Issue 2) http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1131333.pdf
Ardito, G., Evans, B. & Kim, S. Building experience and learning with ELLs through STEM-D projects.. S. Kim (Eds.), TESOL education: Current issues and best practices. Niagra Falls, New York, USA: Untested Ideas Research Center.
Ardito, G. (2016). Enhancing Teacher Effectiveness. See the Writing on the Wall: Strategies for Designing and Using More Effective Classroom Spaces. West Nyack, NY
Ardito, G. (2016). Faculty Resource Network. Flipping the Classroom Without Flipping Out. Atlanta, GA
Stenerson, J. (2016, November 18). Faculty Research Network 2016 Conference. How to Flip the Classroom without Flipping Out. Faculty Research Network, Atlanta, GA
(2016, November 12).
Learning in Commons: Investigating the impact of a social network on the the learning of technology graduate students..
AACE, Washington, DC
(2016, January 6).
Building student networks: towards a connectivist analysis of classroom learning environments.
ASTE - Association for Science Teacher Education, Reno, NV
(2015, June 22).
Building Student Networks: Towards a Connectivist Analysis of Classroom Learning Environments.
(2015, June 9).
Teaching to Teach: Inventing and Making in the Classroom.
New Media Consortium, Washington, DC
Ardito, G. (2015, March 2). SITE 2015. Teaching to Teach: Inventing and Making in the Classroom. SITE - Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Las Vegas, NV
Self-Directed Learning; Online learning; Instructional Design; Self-Efficacy; Self-Regulated Learning; Technology Enhanced Learning Environments.
Association of Science Teacher Education
January 1 , 2015
ASTE is a professional association supporting the development of science educators.
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
January 1 , 2014
SITE–Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education promotes the development and dissemination of theoretical knowledge, conceptual research, and professional practice knowledge through the SITE conference, books, collaborative projects with other organizations, and the Journal of Technology and Teacher Education.
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
January 1 , 2011
Pace University School of Education- Faculty Affairs, Curriculum Committee
Pace University School of Education Program Committees: Adolescent, Educational Technology
Pace University School of Education Teacher Education Leadership Council
Pace University Student Experience Action Team
School of Education
Saturday STEM Enrichment Program.
Desc: Served as lead instructor, curriculum designer, and coordinator for various Saturday STEM Enrichment Programs that served several school districts including: Croton, Briarcliff Manor, White Plains, and Mt. Vernon. This work has resulted in awards from Mt. Vernon and White Plains for leadership in STEM education.