Ph.D. in Computing Technology in Education, Nova Southeastern University
Dissertation: Motivations of Students in the Open-Ended Use of Mobile Computing in
Ed.S. in Computing Technology in Education, Nova Southeastern University
M.S. in Educational Technology, University of Central Missouri
B.S. in Mathematics, Southwest Baptist University
“Learning Theory in Computer Science 1: An Experiment Supporting the Use of Multiple
Languages”, co-authored with Tim DeClue and James Cain, Journal of Computing Sciences
in Colleges, 27(5), May 2012, 198-204.
“Reversing the Course: A New Sequence for Teaching Microsoft Office”, Journal of Computing
Sciences in Colleges, 23(4), April 2008, 168-172.
“Computer Science and a Biblical World View”, co-authored with Timothy DeClue, included
in A Noble Calling: Devotions and Essays for Business Professionals, 2007, Wipf and
"Your Mobile Device and You: Some Reasons Why You are Inseparable (Especially in Class)."
Phi Eta Sigma Coffee Talk. Southwest Baptist University. March 2018.
Learning Theory in Computer Science 1: An Experiment Supporting the Use of Multiple
Languages”, co-authored with Tim DeClue and James Cain. Presented March 31, 2012 at
the Eighteenth Annual CCSC Central Plains Conference.
“Reversing the Course: A New Sequence for Teaching Microsoft Office”. Presented April
4, 2008 at the Fourteenth Annual CCSC Central Plains Conference.
Taught high school computer science and mathematics for 13 years prior to joining
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group - Computer Science
Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges (CCSC)
Attends Jefferson Avenue Baptist Church, Springfield
Performer for 'Wednesday Night at the Esquire' for First Baptist Church, Bolivar,