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Joette Stefl-Mabry

Educational assessment and evaluation. Educating preservice and inservice educators in New York State and across the country . Program evaluation (K-12 through higher education) and working with educators throughout New York State on issues related to the effect of curriculum, assessment, evaluation and instruction on learning outcomes.

The World Within Reach
Joette Stefl-Mabry
Associate Professor
 

College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Department: Information Science

Address:
DR 104
Phone:
518-442-5120

 

Education

Ph.D. Palmer School of Library & Information Science, Long Island University

Brookville, New York. Interdisciplinary Doctor of Philosophy Information Studies & Educational Technology. Dissertation: A Social Judgment Analysis of Information Satisfaction and Information Source Preferences among Professionals: A Hypothesis-Generating Exploratory Study

Certified Developmental Education Specialist. Appalachia State University, Kellogg Institute. Boone, North Carolina

M.A. Psychology/Psychology of Education Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. Thesis: Women’s Avoidance of Success

B.A. English Language Arts & Education. Hunter College, City University of New York.

Research Interests

Dr. Stefl-Mabry is an Associate Professor with the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences' Department of Information Studies; an Associate Research Professor in the School of Education and the Director of the School Library Program at the University at Albany. Dr. Stefl- Mabry’s expertise is in qualitative research design and her area of research focuses on educational assessment and evaluation. She has been involved in educating preservice and inservice educators in New York State and across the country for the past 25 years. She is also a program evaluator (K-12 through higher education) and works with educators throughout New York State on issues related to the effect of curriculum, assessment, evaluation and instruction on learning outcomes.

Publications

Selected Publications

Scholarly Books

Stefl-Mabry, J. & Lynch, B. L. (2006) Knowledge Communities: Bringing the Village into the Classroom. Scarecrow Press. This monograph combines research across several disciplines and presents an argument for school reform based on community and collaborative learning highlighting the School Library Media Specialist as the K-12 information professional.

Book Chapter

Stefl-Mabry, J., Doane, W. E. J., & Radlick, M. (2010). Bringing the village to the university classroom: Uncertainty and confusion in teaching school library media students to be learner centered, knowledge centered and assessment centered. In S. D'Agustino (Ed.), Adaptation, resistance and access to instructional technologies: Assessing future trends in education. Hershey, PA: IGI Global..

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Conference Proceedings

Radlick, M., & Stefl-Mabry, J. (2015, April 16-20). Finally –Convincing Evidence for the Impact of School Librarians? Paper to be presented at the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Stefl-Mabry, J. & Doane, W.E.J. (2014, April). Teaching to assess: Lessons learned when faculty and preservice educators learn to assess and assess to learn. Paper to be presented at the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Radlick, M., Stefl-Mabry, J., & Doane, W.E.J. (2012, April 13th - 17th). Effecting change through technology—Teacher PD and student learning. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada. Nominated by TACTL SIG for best paper award.

Stefl-Mabry, J., DeQuoy, E., & Stevens, S. (2012). Retrospective Reflection: Insight into preservice school librarians’ competencies and skill development as revealed through field notes. School Library Research, 15.

Radlick, M., Stefl-Mabry, J., & Doane, W., E.J. (2012, April 13th - 17th). Effecting change through technology—Teacher PD and student learning. Can We Walk and Chew Gum at the Same Time? Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada.

Stefl-Mabry, J., Radlick, M. S., & Doane, W. E. J. (2010). Can you hear me now? Student voice—high school & middle school students’ perceptions of teachers, ICT and learning International Journal of Education and Development using ICT (IJEDICT), 6(4), 16.

Doane, W. E. J., Stefl-Mabry, J., Fazio, A., & Germain, S. (2010, 28-July 2, 2010). Won't somebody please think of the children? Paper at the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education EDMedia 2010 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Toronto, Canada.

Stefl-Mabry, J., Doane, W. E. J., & Radlick, M. S. (2009, April 13-17). Seen and still not heard: What students voices reveal about teachers and technology. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Stefl-Mabry, J. Doane, W. E. J. & Radlick, M., Theroux, P. (2008). Redefining Schools as Learning Organizations: A Model for Trans-Generational Teaching and Learning. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.19(3).

Stefl-Mabry, J., Goodall Powers, J. & Doll, C. (2005-2006). Creating and Sustaining Problem-Based Partnerships Among Graduate, Undergraduate, and K-12 Learners: Opportunities and Challenges. Journal of Educational Technology Systems 34(2): 131-153.

Stefl-Mabry, J. & Goodall Powers, J. (2006). A Model of Problem-Based Learning in Higher Education Curricula: Creating Learning Pathways. International Journal of Learning 12(9): 41-58.

Stefl-Mabry, J. (2004). Building Rubrics into Powerful Learning Assessment Tools. Knowledge Quest, Journal of the American Association of School Librarians 32(5): 19-23 May/June.

Stefl-Mabry, J. (2004). Learning Made Real: Collaborative Work, Shared Assessment. Knowledge Quest, Journal of the American Association of School Librarians 32 (5) May/June. Journal 41(7): 556-560.