Dr. Beverly Joyner

Dr. Beverly Joyner
Adjunct Professor - School of Education

Academic Credentials

Ed.D. in Educational Leadership/Curriculum, Technology and Higher Education, University of Delaware; M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction/Instructional Technology, George Mason University; B.A. in English and Secondary Education Teaching Certification, University of Maryland Baltimore County.

Bio

Dr. Beverly Joyner grew up in the D.C. area and began her career as a secondary English teacher in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Her career has spanned K-12 classroom teacher to Cluster Technology Coordinator, university instructional designer to Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology and Educational Leadership, and, more recently, instructional systems specialist to Acting Director of Training and Certification in government and military organizations.

Research Interests

Instructional systems design, human-centered design, instructional technology integration and technical pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK), communities of practice, and organizational learning.

Publications    

Funkhouser, B. & Mouza, C. (2013). Drawing on Technology: An Investigation of Preservice Teacher Beliefs in the Context of an Introductory Educational Technology Course. Computers and Education, 62, 271-285). 

Smidt, E., Funkhouser, B., Li, R., Bunk, J., Gatenby, T. (2012) Reactions to and attitudes about asynchronous online discussion forums in an online faculty development program. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Healthcare and Higher Education 2012 (p. 1131-1316). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. 

Funkhouser, B. (2011). Drawing on Technology: An Investigation of Preservice Teacher Beliefs in the Context of an Introductory Educational Technology Course. (Doctoral Dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. (Accession Order No. AAT 3465778). 

Presentations     

Funkhouser, B. (2017, February). Use of Student-Centered Instructional Design. Roundtable discussion at Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA), Richmond, VA.

Funkhouser, B. (2016, October). Flip Your Instructional Design: Principles of Student-Centered Instructional Design. Presentation at Teaching Professor Technology Conference, Atlanta, GA. 

Funkhouser, B. (2016, August). Flip Your Instructional Design. Presentation at the Lily Conference on Designing Effective Teaching, Asheville, NC. 

Funkhouser, B. (2016, May). Flip Your Instructional Design. Presentation at West Chester University RECAP Conference, West Chester, PA.

Wolfe, Z. & Funkhouser, B. (2016, February). Use of Protocols to support online discussions. Roundtable discussion at Eastern Educational Research Association (EERA), Hilton Head, SC. 

Funkhouser, B. (2015, October). Getting Started: Supporting New Online Faculty. Presentation at the Northeast e-Learning Consortium Conference, Gwynned Mercy University, Gwynned Valley, PA.

Smidt, E., Funkhouser, B., Li, R., Bunk, J. Gatenby, T. (2012, December). Distance Teaching and Learning: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Panel presentation at the Pennsylvania/ Delaware/New Jersey Distance Learning Association (PADLA) Annual Conference, Temple University Ambler Campus, Ambler, PA. 

Funkhouser, B. (2012, October). The Power of Screencasting. Presentation at Prince George’s County Public Schools Powering Up with Technology Conference, Upper Marlboro, MD.  

Funkhouser, B. (2012, June). Distance Education: We All Have Stories. Presentation at West Chester

University Knowledge Crossing Borders Conference, West Chester, PA.

Funkhouser, B. (2012, May). Creating Effective and Engaging Online Discussion in D2L. Presentation at West Chester University RECAP Conference, West Chester, PA.

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