Dr. Joe Engemann
Faculty of Education
Dr. Joe Engemann
Associate Professor (PhD)
Department of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies in Education
Full Advisement Load: Not Available for Graduate Advisement at This Time
Education 8D09: Field Studies, Individualized Instruction and Practicum
Education 8N95: Outdoor Education
Education 8P21: Junior/Intermediate Mathematics, Science, and Technology
Education 8P47: Advanced Outdoor Education
Education 8Y23: Science Education
Education 8Y15: Outdoor/Environmental Education
Education 8Y28: Junior/Intermediate Science and Technology
Education 8Y50: Introduction to Measurement and Evaluation
Education 1P10: Science for Primary and Junior Teachers
Education 4P01: Mathematical and Scientific Learning and Teaching
Education 4P02: Student Assessment
Education 5P22: Technology, Change, and the Curriculum
Education 5P44: Curriculum Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
Education 5P48: Science in the Curriculum
Education 5P53: Evaluating Teaching Effectiveness
Education 5P82: Quantitative Methods in Educational Research
Education 5P86: Data-Based Decision Making
Education 5P92: An Introduction to Educational Research
Education 5V02: Innovative Assessment
Education 7P41: Cognition and Learning (PhD course)
Assessment and evaluation; Mentoring; Science education; Math education
Cherubini, L., Engemann, J., Goldblatt, P., Kitchen, J., & Smith, D.(2009). Learning from experience: Supporting beginning teachers and mentors, Booklet 1: Facilitators guide. Toronto, Canada: Ontario College of Teachers Press. (8 pages)
Airasian, P. W., Engemann, J. F., & Gallagher, T. L. (2007). Classroom assessment: concepts and applications – First Canadian edition. Toronto, Canada: McGraw-Hill Ryerson.
Gallagher, T. L. & Engemann, J. F. Instructor’s manual for classroom assessment: Concepts and applications - First Canadian edition. Toronto, Canada: McGraw-Hill Ryerson. (2007)
Referred Journal Articles
Bajovic, M., Rizzo, K., & Engemann, J. (2009). Character education re-conceptualized for practical implementation. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, Issue #92, March 14, 2009.
Cherubini, L. Kitchen, J., & Engemann, J. (2008). A bi-epistemic research analysis of new Aboriginal teachers: A study within a study. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 54(3), 355-358.
Engemann, J. F., & Gallagher, T. L. (2006) The conundrum of classroom writing assessment. Brock Education. 16(1), 33-44.
Templin, M. A., Engemann, J. F., & Doran, R. L. (1999). A locally based science mentorship program for high achieving students: Unearthing issues that influence affective outcomes. School Science and Mathematics, 99, 205-212.
Engemann, J. & Bown, A. W. (1981). Regulation of dark CO2 fixation in Avena coleoptile sections by alpha-naphthylacetate and ammonia. Plant Science Letters, 21, 263-268.
Non-referred Journal Articles
Wright, A., & Engemann, J. (2007). Where is the biology in students’ thinking? The Science Teachers Bulletin.
Engemann, J. F. (2006). Real science for our brightest students: The Brock Mentorship Program. Crucible, 37(4). Retrieved May 1, 2006, from http://www.stao.ca/securemembers/Crucible%20Elements/March%202006/brock.htm
Overdue Assignment: Taking Responsibility for Canada’s Schools by Jennifer Lewington and Graham Orpwood (reviewed in Brock Education, Vol. 5, No. 1, Fall, 1995, pg. 83-85).
Fisher, R., & Engemann, J. (2009). Factors affecting attrition at a Canadian college. Report prepared for the Canadian Council on Learning.
Boak, R. T., Engemann, J., Kirkwood, K. J., & Mitchell, C. (1996, October). The final report on TVO Galaxy classroom research project. Brock University, Faculty of Education.