Chairman and CEO, Empirical Education
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Denis Newman has 35 years of experience studying student-teacher learning processes and developing instructional technologies. His Ph.D. is in Developmental Psychology from the City University of New York. He has conducted research and development at Rockefeller University, UC San Diego, Bank Street College of Education, and BBN Corporation. As a pioneer in the application of Internet technologies for student learning, professional development, and school administration, he is widely published and has served as program chair for the American Educational Research Association’s Curriculum and Learning Division. His business career has included senior positions at educational software companies Tegrity and Soliloquy Learning.
- Can Scientific Research From the Laboratory be of Any Use to Teachers? (Newman & Cole, 2004)
- The Role of Mutual Knowledge in the Development of Perspective Taking (Newman, 1986)
- Interacting Plans: Technical Report No. 88 (Bertram & Newman, 1978)
- The development of narrative skills: Responses to the task of describing, Part 1 and Part 2 (Newman, Dowley [McNamee] & Pratt, 1978)
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