Dr. Blakeslee is Professor Emeritus in the Graduate School of Education.
George Blakeslee, Professor Emeritus
Professional Title: Professor Emeritus
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Application of technology to improve teacher productivity and student learning; techniques and dynamics of web publishing
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Technology and research
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Teaching and Learning with Digital Media: Application and publication of digital media images, sounds, animation and video to enhance instructional materials and student project based learning.
Technology: Impact on Society and Schools: How our social and educational systems are being affected by digital technologies, and the ways in which educators can assume leadership roles in this process.
Quantitative Methods I: An introduction to graduate level statistical analysis and reporting of quantitative research data
Education: EdD, Boston University; MEd, Boston University; BS, Miami University
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions: Blakeslee, G. (2009). EnableMATH360 Foundations. Curriculum Associates, Billerica, MA.Blakeslee, G. (2009). Teaching for Mastery with enableMATH360. Curriculum Associates, Billerica, MA.
Dr. Blakeslee's Technology in Education work has focused on enhancing instruction with digital media, examining the societal impact of technology, fostering effective school change, teaching teachers the art of grant writing, and the application of innovative web-based math instructional tools. His Science Education background includes the development of communities of learning and internships for teachers through private sector partnerships. He has extensive distance learning experience, including on-site intensive weekend graduate instruction at the learners workplace, and web-based course design and email@example.com
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