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William Robertson

 
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William Robertson
Professor, Teacher Education

Dr. William H. Robertson is a Professor in the Teacher Education Department in the College of Education at The University of Texas at El Paso. His academic areas of expertise are in science education, curriculum development and technology integration in the K-12 levels. A long time participant and performer in skateboarding with over 40 years in the sport, Dr. Robertson has developed Dr. Skateboard’s Action Science (http://www.drskateboard.com), which addresses physical science concepts for middle school students utilizing skateboarding and bicycle motocross (BMX). He is the author of Action Science: Relevant Teaching and Active Learning. Additionally, he develops, researches and teaches materials related to problem-based learning and action science. Dr. Robertson was a recipient of the 2009 University of Texas Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award for Tenure-Track Faculty and in 2008, Dr. Robertson was selected as a Fulbright US Scholar and worked in Santiago, Chile at the Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencia de la Educación (UMCE) in the department of Physics. Prior to coming to UTEP, Dr. Robertson was an employee at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Dr. Robertson completed his Ph.D. in Multicultural Teacher and Childhood Education with an emphasis in science and technology at the University of New Mexico in 2000.

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  1. Teaching
  2. Instruction
  3. Edutainment
  4. Video
  5. Real-world
  6. STEM
  7. Physics
  8. Constructivism
  9. Learning
  10. Problem-based
  11. Integration
  12. Technology
  13. Curriculum
  14. Education
  15. Science
  16. Action

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