College of Education Faculty & Staff
Professor of Education
Dr. Szymanski is an Assistant Professor of Education with a background in technology, cognitive science, and instruction. He was a public school teacher in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His research interests include the development of learning skills informed and facilitated by psychology and technology, learning disabilities, and assessment.
- PhD and MS - University of Wisconsin
- BS - University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Szymanski, M.J. (2006). “Zooming in and Zooming Out: Using Digital Fieldwork to Increase Students’ Understanding of an Ecosystem.” Published Conference Proceedings from the International Conference on Children’s Rights and Education.
Szymanski, M.J. (2005). Szymanski, M.J. (2006). “Using Web-Supported Adolescent Literature to Understand the Struggle for Student Rights Under Apartheid in South Africa.” Published Conference Proceedings from the International Conference on Children’s Rights and Education.
Szymanski, M.J. (2004). “Connecting students and environmental decision makers in a values inquiry project." Published Conference Proceedings of the International Conference on Civic Education Research. New Orleans, LA. http://civiced.indiana.edu/cgi-bin/paperlist2003
Szymanski, M.J. (2002). “Knowledge networking in electronic environments.” The Journal of Education, Community, and Values: Interface on the Internet,2(2). http://bcis.pacificu.edu/journal/2002/01/mark.php
Szymanski, M.J. (2001-present) “Education and Learning Monthly Column” Journal of Education Community and Values Interface on the Internet. http://bcis.pacificu.edu/journal
Anderson–Inman L., Knox-Quinn, C. & Szymanski, M.J. (1999). “Computer supported studying: Stories of successful transition to post secondary education.” Career Development for Exceptional Individuals,22(2), 185-212.