Mary Annette Rose

Associate Professor

Department of Technology

Ball State University

Applied Technology 207C

Muncie, IN 47306

Email: arose@bsu.edu


| TEACHING | AWARDS| PUBLICATIONS PRESENTATIONS | RESOURCES | MEDIA

Education

Ed.D. in Education, (2002), Indiana University, Instructional Systems Technology, Minor: Educational Psychology

M.S. in Education, (2001), Indiana University, Instructional Systems Technology

M.A. in Secondary Education, (1983), West Virginia University, Technology Education

B.S. in Education, (1980), Northeastern State University, Industrial Arts Education

Teaching Experience

Aug 2002-Present: Department of Technology, College of Applied Sciences & Technology, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. I have developed and implemented the following online graduate courses and undergraduate courses, including:

TEDU 699: Research in Technical Education

ITEDU 694: Curriculum Development in Technology Education

TEDU 695: Curriculum Evaluation in Technical Education

ITEDU 510: Technology: Use and Assessment

ITEDU 410: Capstone in Technology

ITDPT 400: Capstone in Technology for the Elementary Grades

ITEDU 406:  Technological Decision Making

ITEDU 395: Teaching Technology

ITEDU 394: Technology Education for Diverse Populations

TDPT 360: Industrial Safety and Health

ITEDU 305: Communication Systems

ITEDU 210: Engineering Principles

ITEDU 205: Information Processing

ITDPT 204: Energy Processing

ITDPT 160: Technical Analysis

ITDPT 154: Graphic Communication for Interior Design

TEDU 102:  Design Techniques

Aug 2001-May 2002: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Technology, College of Applied Sciences & Technology, Ball State University, Muncie, IN

Aug 1999-May 2000: Associate Instructor, School of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Taught three sections of W200: Using Computers in Education.

Aug-Dec 1998: Instructor. Department of Technology, College of Applied Sciences & Technology, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.

Feb 1993-1996: Technology Teacher, Norview High School, Norfolk, Virginia. Implemented technology-based curriculum for Grades 9-12 Technology classes, including Introduction to Engineering, Manufacturing, Materials and Processes, Architectural Drawing, Engineering Drawing, Transportation, and Electronics.

1983-1988: Industrial Arts Teacher, Laurel Central Middle School, Laurel, Delaware. Implemented technology-based curriculum for Grades 5 - 8 Industrial Arts program, including: Introduction to Technology, Transportation, Communication and Production Systems. 

1980-1982: Industrial Arts Teacher. Cammack Junior High School, Huntington, WV. Designed, developed, and implemented technology-based curriculum for Grades 7- 9 Industrial Arts program.

Awards and Honors

Co-Recipient. (2014). The Paul T. Hiser Exemplary Publication Award in 2012. Granted by Epsilon Pi Tau for Rose, M.A. (2012). EnviroTech: Student outcomes of an interdisciplinary project that linked technology and environment. The Journal of Technology Studies, 38(2), 80-89. Retrieved from http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JOTS/v38/v38n2/

Recipient. (2012, March).  2011 Outstanding Research Award.  For EnviroTech: Enhancing Environmental Literacy and Assessment Skills (Rose, 2010), Council on Technology Teacher Education, Long Beach, CA.

Recipient. (2009, September). Rawlings Outstanding Distance Education Teaching Award. School of Extended Education, Ball State University.

Co-Recipient. (2008, April). Green Initiatives Award.  For service to Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles in East Central Indiana. Presented by the Council on the Environment, Ball State University.

Recipient. (2005). Wedemeyer Award for Outstanding Scholar in Distance Education. Presented by the American Journal of Distance Education and the 21st Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning at a Distance.

Recipient. (1996). Interdisciplinary Project: Statistical Process Control, Rufus W. Beamer Excellence Award, Norfolk Public Schools, Norfolk, VA. 

Recipient. (1995-1996). Outstanding Teacher, Tandy Technology Scholars, Norview High School, Norfolk, VA.

Publications: ProfessionalTop of Page

Rose, M. A., Gosman, D., & Shoemaker, K. (2014). Mobile learning: Geocaching to learn about energy systems. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 74(1), 18-23.

Flowers, J. & Rose, M. A. (2014). Mathematics in technology & engineering education: Judgments of grade-level appropriateness. Journal of Technology Education, 25(2), 18-34.

Rose, M.A. (2012, Appeared in February 2013). EnviroTech: Student outcomes of an interdisciplinary project that linked technology and environment. The Journal of Technology Studies, 38(2), 80-89. Retrieved from http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JOTS/v38/v38n2/

Rose, M.A. & Hunt. B. (2012). Learning from engineering failures: A case study of the Deepwater Horizon. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 71(5), 5-11.

Rose, M.A. (2010, Appeared in print March 2011). EnviroTech: Enhancing environmental literacy and technology assessment skills. Journal of Technology Education, 22(1), 43-57. Available from http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JTE/v22n1/pdf/rose.pdf

Rose, M.A., Ribblett, J.W., & Hershberger, H. (2010). Leveraging the experimental method to inform solar cell design. Journal of STEM Education, 11(5), 56-63. Available from http://ojs.jstem.org/index.php?journal=JSTEM&page=issue&op=view&path[]=109

Rose, M.A. (2009). The environmental impacts of offshore oil drilling. The Technology Teacher, 68(5). 27-32.

Rose, M.A. & Flowers, J.C. (2008). Technology assessment: A graduate course to build decision-making skills. Proceedings of the 2008 Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education. Available from http://www.asee.org/

Krupczak, J., Simpson, T., Bertsch, V., Disney, K., Garmire, E., Oakley, B., & Rose, M. (2008, June 25). A framework for developing courses on engineering and technology for non-engineers. Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education. Available from http://www.asee.org

Rose, M.A. (2008). Perceptions of technological literacy among science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Leaders. Journal of Technology Education, 19(1), 35-52.

Rose, M.A. (2007). Work measurements: Interdisciplinary overlap in Manufacturing and Algebra I. The Technology Teacher, 66(7), 6-11.

Rose, M.A. (2006). Emergency preparedness: Balancing electrical power generation and demand. The Technology Teacher, 65(8), 6-9.

Rose, M.A. (2006). Signals, transformers, and modulation: A wireless design challenge. The Technology Teacher, 65(6), 21-24.

Ali, N. S., Hodson-Carlton, K., Ryan, M., Flowers, J., Rose, M. A., and Wayda, V. (2005). Online education: Needs assessment for faculty development. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 36(1), 32-38. Available from PROQUEST.

Rose, M.A. (2004). Comparing productive online dialogue in two group styles: Cooperative and collaborative. The American Journal of Distance Education, 18(2), 73-88. Available online from Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Online at http://www.leaonline.com/

Rose, M.A. & Flowers, J. (2003). Assigning learning roles to promote critical discussions during problem-based learning. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, Madison, WI. Available from http://www.uwex.edu/disted/conference/Resource_library/proceedings/03_73.pdf

Flowers, J. & Rose, M.A. (2002, Appeared February 2004). Under review - Educating teachers of science, mathematics, and technology: New practices for the new millennium. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 39(3), 146-153. Available from http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JITE/v39n3/flowers.html

Rose, M.A. (2002). Cognitive dialogue, interaction patterns, and perceptions of graduate students in an online conferencing environment under collaborative and cooperative structures. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Available from http://arose.iweb.bsu.edu/MARose.pdf

Flowers, J., & Rose, M.A. (1998). Mirror, mirror, on the wall. The Technology Teacher, 57(5), 32-34.

Rose, M.A. (1982). The influence of creative problem solving training on creative thinking in junior high Industrial Arts. Unpublished master's thesis, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia.

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Publications: Community

Rose, M.A. & Hendricks, N. (2010, June 17). CFLs: Energy savings and mercury recycling. Muncie Green, Star Press.com. Retrieved from http://www.thestarpress.com/article/20100617/GREEN01/100617004

Publications: Instructional Materials

Rose, M.A. (2012). Assessment conundrum: CFLs, lighting efficacy, & mercury [Instructional plan]. Retrieved from http://envirotech.iweb.bsu.edu/instruction/CFL_Experiment.pdf

Rose, M.A. (2009). Impacts of technology on the environment: Resources for decision making [Instructional plan]. Retrieved from http://envirotech.iweb.bsu.edu/instruction/LCA_Rose_April.pdf

Presentations & Workshops

Rose, M.A., Carter, V.C., Shumway, S., & Brown, J. (2014). Characteristics of Technology and Engineering Teachers Striving for Excellence. Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education. Presentation at the International Technology and Engineering Education Association Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Rose, M.A. (2014). Instructional GeoCaching: Let's Treasure Hunt with Smartphones. Presentation at the International Technology and Engineering Education Association Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida.

McRae, B. & Rose, M.A. (2014, February 6). Mobile learning: Exploring energy systems [See PDF]. Presentation at HASTI: The Next Generation, 43rd Annual HASTI Conference.

Flowers, J.C., & Rose, M.A. (2013, March 7). Judgments of mathematics grade level in technology [See PDF]. Paper presented at the Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education, 75th Annual Conference of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, Columbus, OH. 

Rose, M.A., Shoemaker, K., & Gosman, D. (2013, March 7). Smartphones: Technology for learning about energy systems [See PDF]. Presentation at the 75th Annual Conference of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, Columbus, OH. 

Rose, M.A. (2013, January 26). Energy explorers. Workshop hosted by the Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities for 3rd-5th graders.

Rose, M.A., & Ribblett, J.W. (2012, March 31). Photons + Cuprous Oxide = Electricity. Paper presented at the National Science Teachers Association 2012 National Conference on Science Education.

Rose, M.A. (2012, March 30). Mercury cycle & lighting decisions. Paper presented at the National Science Teachers Association 2012 National Conference on Science Education.

Rose, M.A. (2012, March 15). Force Field Analysis: Impacts, comparisons, & decision-making. Paper presented at the 74rd Annual Conference of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, Long Beach, CA. [See PDF]

Rose, M.A., & Hunt, B.A. (2011, March 25). Offshore oil exploration: The Deepwater Horizon Disaster. Paper presented at the 73rd Annual Conference of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association, Minneapolis, MN. [See PDF]

Rose, M.A. (2011). Rubrics: Tools for Learning, Assessment, and Research. Sponsored by Innovation in Teaching, Assessment, & Scholarship. Ball State University. 

Rose, M.A. (2010). EnviroTech: Results of a Distributed Professional Development Project. CTTE Presentation at the 72nd Annual Conference of the International Technology Education Association, Charlotte, NC.

Rose, M.A., VanLoo, B., & Ryan, L. (2010). Assessing Technology: Enhancing Green Decision-Making Skills. Paper presented at the 72nd Annual Conference of the International Technology Education Association, Charlotte, NC. [See http://envirotech.iweb.bsu.edu, Experiment & Life Cycle]

Flowers, J.C.,  & Rose, M.A. (2010). Extending the trends. Paper presented at the 72nd Annual Conference of the International Technology Education Association, Charlotte, NC.

Rose, M.A. (2009). Teacher professional development: An example of enhancing environmental literacy and technological assessment skills. Paper presented at the Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences Annual Meeting on the Environment: The Interdisciplinary Challenge, Madison, WI.

Rose, M.A. (2009). EnviroTech: Supporting environmental literacy and technology assessment. CTTE Session. 71st Annual Conference of the International Technology Education Association, Louisville, KY. [Experiment Lesson Plan & Life Cycle Draft]

Rose, M.A., Ribblet, J., & Hershberger, H. (2008, February 22). Leveraging the experimental method: Solar cell design. 70th Annual Conference of the International Technology Education Association, Salt Lake City, Utah. [PowerPoint]

Rose, M.A. (2008, February 21). Assessment conundrum: CFLs, energy efficiency, and mercury. 70th Annual Conference of the International Technology Education Association, Salt Lake City, Utah. [Lesson plan]

Rose, M.A. (2007, March 29). Electricity: Promise and price. Presentation to Ball State Universities Honors Colloquium. [PowerPoint]

Rose, M.A. (2007). Infusing sustainability principles into technology curriculum. 69th Annual Conference of the International Technology Education Association, March 2007, San Antonio, TX. [Resource list & PowerPoint]

Rose, M.A. (2006). Perceptions of technological literacy among science, technology, engineering, and mathematics leaders. Paper presented at the 93rd Mississippi Valley Technology Teacher Education Conference, Nashville, TN, November 3, 2006.

Rose. M.A. (2006). Signals in a wireless world. International Technology Education Association Annual Conference, March, 2006, Baltimore, MD.

Rose, M.A. (2006). Microcontrollers…The hardware-software connection. International Technology Education Association Annual Conference, March 2006, Baltimore, MD.

Rose, M.A. (2005). Comparing productive online dialogue in two group styles: Cooperative and collaborative. Presentation by the recipient of the Wedemeyer Award for Outstanding Scholar in Distance Education. 21st Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, August 3-5, 2005.

Rose, M.A., Griffis, K. & Frazier, E. (2005). Building literacy and efficacy through service learning. International Technology Education Association Annual Conference, April, 2005, Kansas City, MO.

Rose, M.A. (2004). Use and consequences: An energy decision. International Technology Education Association Annual Conference, March, 2004, Albuquerque, NM.

Rose, M., & Flowers, J. (2003). Assigning learning roles to promote critical discussions during problem-based learning. 19th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, August, 2003, Madison, WI. [PowerPoint]

Rose, M., & Flowers, J. (2003). Cognitive role assignment in an online problem-based technology assessment activity. Council on Technology Teacher Education Research Session at the International Technology Education Association Annual Conference, March, 2003, Nashville, TN.

Rose, M. (2003). Photons, insolation, & sustainable solar energy technologies. International Technology Education Association Annual Conference, March, 2003, Nashville, TN.

Rose, M.A. (2002). The productive interactions and perceptions of distributed groups interacting in an asynchronous computer conference. Association for Educational Communications and Technology International Conference, November, 2002, Dallas, TX.

Rose, M. A., & Flowers, J. (2002). Problem-based learning in an online course on technology assessment. International Technology Education Association Annual Conference, March, 2002, Columbus, OH.

Rose, M.A. (1999). Catalyst or inhibitor: A teacher’s influence on student motivation. International Technology Education Association Annual Conference, March, 1999. Indianapolis, IN.

Flowers, J., & Rose, M. A. (1997). Origami line production. Technology Educators of Indiana Annual Conference, Brown County, IN.

Rose, M.A., & Flowers, J. (1982). Non-sexist industrial arts. American Industrial Arts Association Annual Conference, Hartford, CT.

Funded Projects

Rose, M.A. & Living Lightly Executive Committee (Barbara Stedman, Chair). (2013). Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. George & Frances Ball Foundation. ($5,000)

Rose, M.A. & Living Lightly Executive Committee (Barbara Stedman, Chair). (2013). Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County. ($2,000)

Rose, M.A. & Living Lightly Executive Committee (Scott Truex, Chair). (2011). Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. George & Frances Ball Foundation. ($5,000)

Rose, M.A. & Living Lightly Executive Committee (Scott Truex, Chair). (2011). Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County. ($1,000)

Rose, M.A. & Living Lightly Executive Committee (Scott Truex, Chair). (2011). Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. Ball Brothers Foundation. ($1,000)

Flowers, J.C., & Rose, M.A. (2010). Mathematics in Technology Education: Judgments of Grade-Level Appropriateness. CTTE Research Incentive Grant. ($1,000)

Rose, M.A. & Living Lightly Executive Committee (Rosemarie Jeffery, Chair). (2010). Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. George & Frances Ball Foundation. ($5,000)

Rose, M.A., Banks, B., & Living Lightly Executive Committee (Rosemarie Jeffery, Chair). (2010). Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. Ball Brothers Foundation, Rapid Grant. ($2,500)

Rose, M.A. & Living Lightly Executive Committee (M.A. Rose & George Buss, Co-Chairs). (2009). Living Lightly at Minnetrista: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc.

Rose, M.A. & Living Lightly Executive Committee (M.A. Rose & George Buss, Co-Chairs). (2009). Living Lightly at Minnetrista: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. Ball Brothers Foundation, Rapid Grant.

Rose, M.A. & Londt, S. (2009). EnviroTech: Incentive for Student Participation. Wal-Mart Foundation.

Rose, M.A. (2009-2008). EnviroTech: Enhancing the Environmental Literacy of Technology Teachers. Partial funding by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement NE00E48901-0. ($75,261)

Rose, M.A. (2008). Enhancing Sustainability through Scholarly Work. Emens Scholar Initiative, College of Applied Sciences and Technology, Ball State University.

Rose, M.A. & 2008 Living Lightly Executive Committee (Barbara Stedman & Cassie Banning, Co-Chairs). (2008). Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc.

Rose, M.A. & 2008 Living Lightly Executive Committee (Barbara Stedman & Cassie Banning, Co-Chairs)  (2008). Living Lightly: A Resource Fair for Sustainable Lifestyles. Ball Brothers Foundation, Rapid Grant.

Warner, S. & Rose, M.A. (2004-2003).  Focused Mentoring Experience for Undergraduates in the Department of Industry and Technology. Lilly II Endowment Grant, Building the Four-Year Commitment, Departmental Retention Initiative. Ball State University. ($12,330)

Rose, M.A. (2004-2003).  Teaching is Believing. Lilly II Endowment Grant, Building the Four-Year Commitment, Departmental Retention Initiative. Ball State University. ($3,300)

Flower, J.C., Ali, N., Hodson-Carlton, K., Rose, M.A., Ryan, M. & Wayda, V.  Faculty Researching OnLine Education. The George and Frances Ball Fund for Academic Excellence. Ball State University. ($10,000)

Rose, M.A. (2003). Cognitive Role Assignment in Problem-based Learning. Office of Academic Affairs and Sponsored Programs, Ball State University. ($500)

Rose, M.A., Lynch, R. and Tyler, M. (1996-1995). Statistical Process Control. Tech Prep Mini-Grant, Norfolk Public Schools, Norfolk, VA. ($100)

Rose, M.A. & Mayer, G. (1995). Computer technology as a pedagogical tool. ATLAS Mini-Grant, Norview High School, Norfolk, VA. ($2,000)

Rose, M.A. (1994-1993). Estimating manufacturing costs. Tech Prep Mini-Grant, Norfolk Public Schools, Norfolk, VA. ($100)

Posters

Hershberger, H., Olds, M., Ribblett, J.W., & Rose, M.A. (2008). Solar photovoltaic cells: An interdisciplinary experiment for high school students. Poster presented at the 235th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, LA. April 6-10, 2008.

ResourcesTop of Page

CAST Report to the Council on the Environment

Curriculum Evaluation for Technical Education

Energy Resources

Information and Communication Resources

Instructional Technology Resources

Resources for Research in Technical Education

Technical Analysis Resources

Technology Education for Diverse Populations

Technology Education for Sustainability

 


Created by:  M. Annette Rose

Last Updated:  09/09/2014