Royce Robertson

Graduate Teaching Lecturer, Educational Leadership

Phone: (603) 481-2888
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Dr. Royce Robertson is the Associate Director for Academic Technology at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY, and has prior publications on assessment systems and electronic portfolios.

Degrees and Education

  • PhD, Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Argosy University – Sarasota
  • CAGS, Educational Leadership, Plymouth State University
  • MEd, School Administration and Supervision, Plymouth State University
  • BS, Secondary Education, Earth Science and Geography, Western Michigan University

Research Interests

  • Assessment Systems
  • Electronic Portfolios

Scholarly Publications/ Writings/ Conference Presentations

  • Robertson, R. (2006). Development of institutional support structures necessary for teacher education unit faculty to create electronic teaching portfolios for promotion and tenure. (Doctoral dissertation, Argosy University, Sarasota)
  • Robertson, R. & Larkin, M. (2016). Assessment system maturity: Definition, conditions, and impact. Unpublished manuscript
  • Robertson, R. & McCarthy, J. (2014, Fall). The relationship of scholastic aptitude test scores to performance on state teacher basic skills examinations. Pennsylvania Teacher Educator
  • Robertson, R. & Larkin, M. (2013, Spring). Complex moving parts: Simultaneous development of assessment systems and electronic portfolios. International Journal of ePortfolios
  • Robertson, R. (2002). The beliefs and practices of high school social studies teachers using the internet in instruction. New Hampshire Journal of Education, 5, 44-52
  • Robertson, R. (2012). Ideal design and content of support systems for electronic teaching portfolios. Global diffusion of electronic portfolios: solutions for collaborative education. Cambridge, D., Ed
  • Robertson, R. (2008). Learning with Technology. Editor. John Wallace Press

Courses Taught

  • ED 5180, Collaborative Action Research
  • ID 5030, Instructional Strategies and Assessment