Michael H. Murphy

Michael H. Murphy

Associate Professor of Education, Coordinator: Masters Teaching & Learning Program, Fulbright Specialist Scholar: 2013 Phitsanulok, Thailand: Naresuan University
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: 10:00 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
  • A Pilot Study: Capturing Online Dispositions and Summative Evaluation of Educational Field Experiences in Teacher Education Journal of South Carolina. (2010)
  • Technology for Montessorians in Montessori Leadership. (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
  • ADVOCATE: Apps doing very organized capers at ATE. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Phoenix, Arizona. (February, 2015)
  • The Language we use: Impediment or Asset? Similarities in Childhood Development Vocabulary. International Montessori Council Annual Conference. Sarasota, Florida. (November, 2014)
  • A Fulbright Specialist Experience: Perspectives from Teaching in Thailand. Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators. Isle of Palms, South Carolina. (October, 2014)
  • Applications in the classroom on mobile devices. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Niagara Falls, New York. (August, 2014)
  • Working with iPads in the Classroom. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. St. Louis, Missouri. (February, 2014)
  • 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)
  • New Landescapes: Perspectives from Teaching in an Immersive Environment in Thailand. South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators (SCATE). Gaffney, South Carolina. (2013)
  • SCATE's Stupendously Cool Apps for Teacher Educators. 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)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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)