Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
Dr. Falvo has recently served as a contributing Faculty Member in the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership at Walden University and as an Adjunct Professor for the Instructional Design and Performance Technology masters and doctoral programs at Franklin University. Prior to that appointment he served as an Associate Professor of Instructional Technology at Delaware State University. He has over 30 years of professional experience in education and now serves as a Contributing Faculty Member for Walden University, while working on an assortment of community and environmental project is his home-town location in the Pocono Mountains of Penssylvania. Dr. Falvo earned his doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction and Instructional Technology at West Virginia University. Since then, he has a record of published research, quality teaching, and service. Dr. Falvo served as key personnel on an NSF grant studying the use of animations for teaching chemistry, and on numerous research projects about educational technologies. His research interests include online learning systems (designs and tools), interface usability, collaborative learning, and teacher professional development. In addition to his thirty years of working in the field of education, he has experience working with teachers and students in K-12 science education settings as well as over thirteen years of experience teaching undergraduate and graduate students.
His most recent publication is a collection of research articles related to using technology for STEM education. http://www.igi-global.com/book/improving-stem-education-outcomes-through/137056