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Pete Adamy, Associate Professor

(401) 874-7036
Fax 874-5471
adamy@uri.edu

 

 

 

Education

Ph.D.

Education, University of Virginia

1999

M.A.

Education, University of California at Berkeley

1994

B.A.

French Language/American History, Stanford University

1988

Courses taught

URI 101

Traditions and Transformations

EDC 102

Introduction to American Education

EDC 452

Evaluation of Elementary and Middle School Students

EDC 460

Supervised Methods Practicum/Classroom Management

EDC 484

Supervised Student Teaching

EDC 485

Student Teaching Seminar

EDC 503

Education in Contemporary Society

EDC 529

Foundations of Educational Research

EDC 530

Qualitative Research and Evaluation

Research Interests

  • Technology and assessment in education
  • Technology integration in teacher education
  • The use of computers in educational research

Selected Publications

Adamy, P. H & Boulmetis, J. (2006). The impact of modeling technology integration on pre-service teachers' technology confidence. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 17(2), 100 - 120.

Adamy, P. H. & Heinecke, W. F. (2005). The Influence of organizational culture on technology integration in teacher education. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 13 (2), 233 - 255

Adamy, P. H. (2004). Strategies for enhancing assessment with electronic portfolios. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 15(2), 30 - 43.

Byrd, D. & Adamy, P. (2002). Assessing the impact of standards: Overview and framework. In E. M. Guyton & J. D. Rainer (Eds.), Teacher education yearbook X: Research on meeting and using standards in the preparation of teachers (pp. 59 - 65). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Byrd, D. & Adamy, P. (2002). Standards: Changes in curriculum, teacher, and student behaviors summary. In E. M. Guyton & J. D. Rainer (Eds.), Teacher education yearbook X: Research on meeting and using standards in the preparation of teachers (pp. 123 - 131). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Adamy, P. H. (2001). The primary importance of experience in the evaluation of educational technology. In W. F. Heincke & L. Blasi (Eds.), Methods of evaluating educational technology (pp. 201 - 214). Greenwich, CT: Information Age.

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