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Teresa Franklin

Professor
Educational Studies
McCracken Hall 313 D
franklit@ohio.edu
740.593.4561

Teresa Franklin received her Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from Ohio University and M.S. in Occupational Technology from the University of Houston. Dr. Franklin is a professor in the Department of Educational Studies, where she teachers graduate courses in instructional design, online course design for teaching and learning, research and assessment as well as research in the field of instructional technology. Her research focuses on the integration of technology through curriculum development for face-to-face and online learning, the development of virtual learning environments and e-learning; mobile technologies in the classroom; and teacher/faculty professional development in integrating technology for differentiated instruction and student achievement. Dr. Franklin's scholarship addresses issues related to education and access to mobile technology both nationally and internationally. She serves as a site visitor for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Recent Journals:

  • Behrendt, M., & Franklin, T. (2014). A review of research on school field trips and their value to education. International Journal of Environmental Science and Science Education, 9, 23-42.
  • Anderson, J., Young, W. II, & Franklin, T. (2014) Brief reflections on flipping the college classroom. The Journal of World Universities Forum. 6, 15-22.
  • Anderson, J., Young II, W., & Franklin, T. (2013). A flipped classroom hybrid framework for moving the traditional classroom to the web. In Kesner, R. (ED). The Online University: Building Viable Asynchronous Learning Experiences in Higher Education. IL: Common Ground Publishing.
  • Luo, T., & Franklin, T. (2013). Tweeting and blogging: Moving towards Education 2.0. International Journal on E- Learning (IJEL): Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education.
  • Anderson, J., Young II, William, & Franklin, T. (2013). Flipping a management Classroom: Lessons learned. Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 3, 12-26.
  • Pan, S.C. & Franklin, T. (2011). In-service teachers’ self-efficacy, professional development, and Web 2.0 Tools for integration. New Horizons in Education. 59(3), 28-40.
  • Franklin, T. (2011). Mobile learning: At the tipping point. The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 11(4), Link: http://www.tojet.net/
  • Young II, W. Cooper, T. & Franklin, T. (2011). Game-based learning aids in Second Life. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 4(11), 14-18.

Recent Book Chapters:

  • Franklin, T., Sun, Y., Yinger, N., Anderson, J. & Geist, E. (2013). The changing roles of faculty and students when mobile devices enter the higher education classroom. In Keengwe, S. (ED.). Pedagogical Applications and Social Effects of Mobile Technology Integration. NY: Routledge / Taylor & Francis.
  • Franklin, T. & Thankachan, B. (2012). Wikis in problem-based instruction: Web 2.0 software for the classroom. In Soe, K. (ED). Using Social Media Effectively in the Classroom: Blogs, Wikis, Twitter, and More, NY: Routledge / Taylor & Francis.
  • Smith, J. & Franklin, T. (2012). VoiceThread as a facilitator of instructional critique. In Soe, K. (ED). Using Social Media Effectively in the Classroom: Blogs, Wikis, Twitter, and More, NY: Routledge / Taylor & Francis.

Books:

  • Martin, R., Sexton, C., & Franklin, T. (2009).  Teaching Science for All Children: An Inquiry Approach.  Fifth Edition. Allyn and Bacon: Boston, pp. 593.
  • Martin, R., Sexton C., & Franklin, T. (2009). Teaching Science for All Children: Methods of Inquiry for Constructing Understanding, Fourth Edition. Allyn and Bacon: Boston, pp. 344.
  • Martin, R., Sexton, C., & Franklin, T. (2009). Teaching Science for All Children: An Inquiry Approach - Teacher’s Manual. Fifth Edition. Allyn and Bacon: Boston, pp. 246.

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