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School of Education Department of Education

Christopher Stabile

Specializations

  • Education Specialist - Curriculum and Instruction
  • PhD in Education - Curriculum and Instruction

Education

  • Doctor of Education

    Nova Southeastern University, 2002
    Major: Child & Youth Studies
  • Master of Arts

    Nova Southeastern University, 1996
    Major: Liberal Studies
  • Bachelor of Science

    Nova Southeastern University, 1994
    Major: Social Studies

Licensure & Certificates

  • Florida Educator Certfication

Publications

  • "Invitational learning." 2006.
  • "Firm, fair, and consistent: Words to live by." 2008.
  • "Critical thinking: How to think in-depth." 2008.
  • "Motivation." 2006.
  • "The heterogeneous classroom." 2006.
  • "The 10 principles to PowerPoint." 2008.
  • "The four P’s to classroom management." 2008.
  • "Clarifying the difference between training, development ."
  • "Educational practices in academia: Culture of change." 2006.
  • "The reflective practice." 2011.
  • "Lesson plans: The age of accountability." 2006.
  • "Graphic organizers." 2007.
  • "First day of class." 2006.

Presentations

  • "Florida Association of Post-Secondary Schools." methods and critical thinking: Helping career students sucessful.
    Miami, FL . July 2008.
  • "Concurrent Session, Accrediting Commission on Career Schools and Colleges." Why focus on student preparation and faculty support.
    Philadelphia, PA. September 2010.
  • "Association for Behavior Analysis." A Skinnerian solution.
    Atlanta, GA. May 2006.
  • "Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Annual Meeting." Enhancing student learning by connecting faculty and student .
    Dallas, TX . December 2012.
  • "Keiser University's Graduate School Research Symposium." Single subject research: An overview.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL. February 2011.
  • "Southern Regional Faculty and Instructional Development Consortium." Center for teaching and learning: A school-consultant model.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL. March 2008.
  • "Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools." Teaching and learning for tomorrow’s faculty.
    New Orleans, LA. December 2007.
  • "Florida Philosophical Association’s Symposium on Teaching Philosophical Readiness." Active learning in philosophy class.
    Gainesville, FL . November 2009.
  • "Florida Philosophical Association’s Symposium on Teaching Philosophical Readiness." Reflective practice and teaching philosophy.
    Fort Lauderdale, FL. November 2011.
  • "Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools." A teaching and learning initiative for first-time faculty.
    San Antonio, TX. December 2008.
  • "Concurrent Session, Commission on Colleges." Closing the Loop” for enhancement of student learning: Incorporating the Center for Teaching and Learning.
    Orlando, FL . December 2011.
  • "Southern Regional Faculty and Instructional Development Consortium." R-CAMPUS: Method for faculty development.
    Chattanooga, TN . March 2007.
  • Operant conditioning: Why is it important for social action? .
    Ft. Myers, FL . September 2008.
  • "Florida Association of Post-Secondary Schools." Instructional methods and critical thinking: Helping .
    January 2009.
  • "Concurrent Session, Southern Regional Faculty and Instructional Development Consortium." Reflective practice: From faculty development to enrichment.
    Auburn, AL. March 2011.
  • "Southern Regional Faculty and Instruction Development Consortium." New Directions in Faculty Development: Core Reflection. .
    Greenville, SC . March 2012.
  • "Concurrent Session, Teaching Academic Survival Skills." Lost art of reflection: Fostering student meta-cognition (mindfulness).
    Fort Lauderdale, FL. March 2011.

Department Faculty

Faculty Chair

Melissa McIntyre PHD, MA, MAED, BS

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