Royce Robertson


Royce Robertson

 

 

 

 

Graduate Teaching Lecturer, Educational Leadership

Phone: (603) 481-2888
E-mail: rrobertson@plymouth.edu
Personal E-mail: linkedin.com/in/roycerobertson

Profile

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 Unpublished manuscript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