Michael H. Murphy

Michael H. Murphy

Associate Professor of Education
Ed.D., Marshall University (2008)
Ed.S., Marshall University Graduate College (2004)
M.A., Marshall University Graduate College (2002)
B.S., Eastern Mennonite University (1996)

Phone: (864) 388-8163
E-mail: mmurphy@lander.edu


College: College of Education
Department: Department of Teacher Education

OFFICE HOURS
MON: 09:30 AM-11:30 AM,02:00 PM-04:30 PM   TUE: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM,01:30 PM-03:30 PM   WED: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM,02:00 PM-04:00 PM   THU: by appointment only   FRI: by appointment only  


CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
EDUC-204 Instructional Techn_Teachers
EDUC-240 Child Growth & Educ. Process
EDUC-309 Global lssues in Education
EDUC-429 Clinical III - Secondary
EDUC-603 Cultural Diversity in Educatio
EDUC-620 Applied Contemporary Learning
EDUC-630 Communication in Technology
EDUC-631 Devl & Using Techn-Based Resrs
EDUC-632 Design & Facilitiation of OL
EDUC-634 Instruc Assessment Thru Techn
EDUC-636 Mgmt of Technology Resources
EDUC-638 Integration Techn/Instruction
EDUC-652 Prin Online Asmnt & Tech Media
EDUC-682 Field-Based Indiv Activities
EDUC-694 Professional Seminar

ARTICLES - REFEREED
  • Technology for Montessorians in Montessori Leadership. (2010)
  • A Pilot Study: Capturing Online Dispositions and Summative Evaluation of Educational Field Experiences in Teacher Education Journal of South Carolina. (2010)

PROCEEDINGS - Refereed (Full Paper)
  • A Descriptive Analysis of Quality Online Practices as perceived by West Virginia Higher Education Faculty in Fifth Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium. (2009)

PRESENTATIONS
  • Tea for Two: Teacher Education Apps for Tech Witty Optimists. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Washington, District of Columbia. (August, 2013)
  • The Diverse Classroom: Perspectives from teaching in an immersive environment. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Washington, District of Columbia. (August, 2013)
  • Flipped! Using Weebly to Change and Enrich Online or Hybrid Teacher Education Courses.. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. (February, 2013)
  • SCATE's Stupendously Cool Apps for Teacher Educators. South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators (SCATE). Gaffney, South Carolina. (2013)
  • New Landescapes: Perspectives from Teaching in an Immersive Environment in Thailand. South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators (SCATE). Gaffney, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Working With Weebly. Annual Montessori Foundation and the International Montessori Council Conference. Sarasota, Florida. (November, 2012)
  • Rubrics: Design, Implementation and Use for Assessment. Eastern Regional Competency-Based Education Consortium. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (October, 2012)
  • Demonstrations and Discussions of New Technologies. South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators (SCATE). Hartsville, South Carolina. (September, 2012)
  • Creating Weebly Websites. Upstate Technology Conference of South Carolina. Greenville, South Carolina. (June, 2012)
  • Face it! Using Social Media Tools to Enhance Online or Hybrid Teacher Education Courses.. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. San Antonio, Texas. (February, 2012)
  • Face It; Using Social Networks to Communicate with Students. Upstate Technology Conference of South Carolina. Greenville, South Carolina. (June, 2011)
  • Gauging the X-Factor through Directed Student Teaching and Technology. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida. (February, 2011)
  • Pros and Cons of Educational Technology in the Classroom: A Montessori Discussion. Annual Montessori Foundation and the International Montessori Council Conference. San Jose, California. (2011)
  • Digitial Storytelling. Annual Montessori Foundation and the International Montessori Council Conference. Sarasota, Florida. (2011)
  • An Analysis of Best Practices in Online Education as perceived by West Virginia Higher Education Faculty. SCATE (South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators). Bluffton, South Carolina. (October, 2010)
  • Web 2.0 tools: A roundtable dialogue regarding the design, production and practical application of digital storytelling with students.. Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators. Nashville, Tennessee. (October, 2010)
  • Inclusion: Working for Students with Disabilities: Topic Area: Accessing the General Education Curriculum That Is Aligned With State Standards. Council for Exceptional Children. Nashville, Tennessee. (April, 2010)
  • Higher Education's Responsibility to Develop Quality Online Mathematics Courses. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Chicago, Illinois. (February, 2010)
  • Avoiding the Sandbars: A roundtable dialogue regarding the extraction, storing, and dissemination of teacher candidate dispositions in an online format.. SouthEaster Regional Association of Teacher Educators. Louisville, Kentucky. (November, 2009)
  • In a time of Change: Capturing Online Summative and Dispositions Evaluations of Education Field Experiences. South Carolina Association of Teacher Education. Newberry, South Carolina. (October, 2009)
  • A Descriptive Analysis of Quality Online Practices as perceived by West Virginia Higher Education Faculty. Fifth Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium. Spartanburg, South Carolina. (March, 2009)
  • Preparing Science Teachers: Joining Content and the Naturalistic Intelligence for 21st Century Instruction.. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Dallas, Texas. (February, 2009)
  • Best Practices: Online and Hybrid Courses. Lander University In-Service Presentation. Greenwood, South Carolina. (August, 2008)