Deubel, Ph. D.
Computing Technology in Education
With over forty years of teaching experience as well as a doctorate in Computing Technology in Education, Dr. Patricia Deubel possesses a vast knowledge of classroom practices, teaching methodology, and instructional design principles to assist you with your project endeavors. Her teaching and research background provide a solid foundation in mathematics teaching and learning, curriculum development, and learning with technology, including online learning.
In addition to multiple professional publications and presentations, she has worked on interactive multimedia instructional design projects, coordinated professional development activities, and has held faculty positions at Nova Southeastern University, The Ohio State University-Mansfield, Capella University, and Walden University. At Capella she focused on technology skills and instructional strategies for virtual teachers, and curriculum mapping. At Walden University, she was a contributing faculty member in the Ph.D. specialization for educational technology and lead faculty for The Evolution of Educational Technology in Society, Education, and the Workplace. Thus, Dr. Deubel will bring a unique perspective to your projects with practical knowledge of challenges and issues faced by educators, complemented by a thorough understanding of the uses and potentials of technology products.
Dr. Deubel also holds an undergraduate degree in mathematics, and a master's degree in curriculum and instruction with computer education emphasis, and additional training in supervision. She taught mathematics to secondary and university level students for over 25 years.
Presentations can be arranged for schools and consulting is available to organizations on topics such as:
Designing instruction for online and digital learning environments
Preparing students for standardized testing in math
Web resources for preparing students for the Ohio graduation test in mathematics.
Virtual manipulatives for the K-12 Mathematics Classroom.
Web design and content for your district, school, and classroom teacher Web sites
Getting Started Using Internet Resources in K-12
Selecting Curriculum-based software
Resources for Math Education
What parents should know to select quality K-12 online programs for their children