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Craig McBride

Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor

craig.mcbride@franklin.edu

Education

2012
University of Arkansas
Doctor of Philosophy, Curriculum and Instruction
2002
University of Colorado
Master of Arts, Mathematics
1995
University of Colorado
Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics

Work Experience

2019 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty & Doctoral Faculty Advisor
2019 - 2019
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty
2019 - Present
Franklin University, Doctoral Statistics Tutor

Publications & Presentations

McBride, C. (2017, Mar. 31). Comparing Effective Teacher Induction Program Components and Retention Rates. 11th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference.
McBride, C. (2017, Mar. 31). Flipping Advice for Your First Class or Lesson: What I Have Learned Flipping Undergraduate Math & Stats Classes. 11th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference.
McBride, C. (2016, Oct. 31). Flipping an Introductory Statistics Class: Students' Attitudes About and Success with the Use of Online Tools. World Congress on Education.
McBride, C. (2016, Mar. 31). Technology That Helps You Successfully Flip Introductory Math Classes. 28th Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics.
McBride, C. (2015). Washington Assessment of the Risks and Needs of Students.
McBride, C. (2015, Apr. 30). Flipping Advice. PNW MAA Regional Conference Active Learning Panel.
McBride, C. (2015, Jan. 31). Flipping an Introductory Statistics Class: Students' Attitudes About and Success with the Use of Online Tools. Joint Mathematics Meetings.
McBride, C. (2014, Nov. 30). Advice for Flipping Your First Lesson: What I Have Learned Flipping Undergraduate Math & Stats Classes. London International Conference on Education.
McBride, C. (2014, Nov. 30). Flipping Your First Lesson - How to Get Started. London International Conference on Education.
McBride, C. (2014, Nov. 30). Start Small and Build: Flipping Advice for Beginners. Scottish Educational Research Association/World Educational Research Association Annual Conference.
McBride, C. (2014, Oct. 31). Flipping Advice for Beginners: What I Have Learned So Far. Ireland International Conference on Education.
McBride, C. (2014, Oct. 31). How Mentoring and Other Induction Program Techniques Can Reduce Attrition Rates of New STEM Teachers. University of New Mexico 7th Annual Mentoring Conference.
McBride, C. (2014, Jan. 31). The Logic of Alternative Conceptions of Earth Science Concepts. ASTE 2014 International Conference.
McBride, C. (2013, Sep. 30). Flipping an Introductory Statistics Course Class: Students' Attitudes About and Success with the use of Online Tools. Freudenthal Institute US 4th International Conference.
McBride, C. (2013, Jan. 31). Reliability of Using Piaget's Logic of Meanings to Analyze Pre-Service Teachers Understanding of Conceptual Problems in Earth Science. ASTE 2013 International Conference.
McBride, C. (2012, Mar. 31). The Impact of Effective Teacher Induction Programs on Mathematics Teacher Retention Rates. California Mathematics Project Mathematics Teacher Retention Symposium.