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David Harms, M.Ed.

Instructor of Business

Education

  • M.Ed., in Instructional Technology, Lourdes College
  • B.S., in Education, Bowling Green State University

Areas of Expertise

  • Educational Technology
  • Education
  • Technology

Recent publications

  • “Country Research using the Beijing Olympics.” East Asian Bodies and Sports: From Tradition to the Beijing Olympics, National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN. 2008.
  • "The Importance of Social Studies in Today’s Global World.” Trends, Volume 1, Lourdes College, Sylvania, OH. 2007.

Recent presentations

  • (Upcoming) Harms, D., "Integrating Technology into Academic Classrooms," National High Schools That Work Conference, New Orleans, LA, August 2012.
  • “Lessons from Jordan; a Fulbright Experience." Penta Career Center Board Meeting, Perrysburg, OH. September 2010.
  • “Using Moviemaking, Wikis, and Podcasting in Academic Classrooms.” Northwest Ohio Educational Technology Conference, Bowling Green, OH. August 2010.
  • “What Wikis Can Do For My Classroom.” Penta Career Center Professional Development Day, Perrysburg, OH. March 2010.
  • "Using Technology in Academic Classrooms.”  ETech State Conference, Columbus, OH. February 2010.
  • “Integrating Flip Video Cameras in Academic Classrooms.” Northwest Ohio Center of Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education Conference, Rossford, OH. February 2010.
  • “How to Use Wikis to Increase Parent Communication.” Phi Delta Kappa Chapter 1037, Perrysburg, OH. October 2009.
  • “Integrating Project Based Learning and Technology in Standards Based Instruction.” Northwest Ohio Teaching Professions Student Symposium, Perrysburg, OH. October 2009.
  • “Findings on the Effect of WIKI Implementation on Writing Skills in Content Area Writing.” Lourdes College Research Symposium, Sylvania, OH. April 2009.
  • “Incorporating Project Based Learning in Standards Based Instruction.” Northwest Ohio Teaching Professions Student Symposium, Perrysburg, OH. February 2009.
  • “WIKI Implementation and other Web 2.0 Technologies the Classroom.” ETech State Conference, Columbus, OH. February 2009.
  • “Tips on Preparing your Master’s Thesis.” Lourdes MEd Class, Lourdes College, Sylvania, OH. November 2008.
  • “How High Schools That Work Supports Professional Development.” Penta Career Center Board Meeting, Perrysburg, OH. October 2008.
  • “Penta Career Center Options for Area Students.” Rotary Club, Bowling Green, OH. August 2008.
  • "Culinary Arts, Social Studies and WIKIs.” High Schools That Work National Conference, Nashville, TN. July 2008.
  • “Create Your Own Classroom WIKI.” WGTE Regional Technology Colloquium, Toledo, OH. April 2008.
  • “WIKI Implementation in the Classroom.” ETech State Conference, Columbus, OH. February 2008.
  • “Implementing Technology in the Social Studies.” High Schools That Work National Conference, New Orleans, LA. July 2007.

Professional Affiliations

  • Ohio Education Association.
  • Kappa Delta Pi, Toledo Ohio Chapter
  • Phi Delta Kappa, Toledo Ohio Chapter 1037
  • National Council for the Social Studies/ Ohio Council for the Social Studies
  • High Schools That Work

Recent Awards

  • Phi Delta Kappa Emerging Leader (2010-2011)
  • Fulbright GPA Participant
  • Top Five Finalist for Ohio Teacher of the Year
  • Penta Career Center Teacher of the Year
  • BP Energy Grant - $10,000 (2008-2010)
  • PDK Research Grant - $250 (2008)
  • Martha Jennings Scholar (2007)

Contact


David Harms, M.Ed.
Office: ASI 158
Phone: 419-517-8887
Email