Roger Bruning


Roger Bruning

Velma Warren Hodder Professor

1968 Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Nebraska
1965 M.A., Educational Psychology, University of Nebraska
1963 A.B., Modern Languages, Literature, University of Nebraska

Philosophy Statement:

My focus is on literacy development and motivation, instructional improvement, problem-based learning, web-based coaching, interaction, and feedback systems, data gathering, aggregation, reporting, and use in web-based instruction.


Courses Taught

  • EDPS 989 – Psychology of Reading
  • EDPS 995 – Doctoral Seminar

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
Fellow, American Psychological AssociationDistinguished Teaching Awards, Teachers College. 1982,1994
Experience
2001-05, Co-Director, National Center for Information Technology in Education (NCITE)1996, Velma Warren Hodder Professor of Educational Psychology1993, Co-Director, Center for Instructional Innovation1993, Visiting Scholar, Stanford University1988-91, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, UNL1987 to present, Fellow, American Psychological Association1984-85, Evaluation Consultant, USAID, Bandung, Java, Indonesia1982-83, Visiting Scientist, Center for the Study of Reading, University of Illinois1977, Professor of Educational Psychology, UNL 1975-78, Administrator, Teacher Preparation Program for Education of the Handicapped
Memberships
American Educational Research AssociationAmerican Psychological AssociationAmerican Association for the Advancement of ScienceNational Reading ConferenceSociety for Scientific Studies of ReadingSigma Xi