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