Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Education and Professional Licensure
M.S. Education (MSEd)
Dr. David Perry has been involved in education for over 20 years. He holds a Ph.D. in the areas of Educational Technology and Educational Leadership. Dr. Perry has taught in courses in mathematics, math methods, instructional stratrgies, educational technology, computer science and engineering technology. His interests and research are in the areas of online education, technology planning and organizational growth, math anxiety and culturally responsive teaching and learning.
EDUC 6730 - Curriculum Design for Learning
EDUC 6731 - Assessment Student Learning
EDUC 6733 - Action Research for Educators
B.Ed., University of Saskatchewan
MA, Gonzaga University - Spokane, WA United States
MEd, Gonzaga University - Spokane, WA United States
PhD, Gonzaga University - Spokane, WA United States
Perry, D. R., Montes, A. Using Technology (Google MyMaps) to Build Community and Cultural Capacity in Pre-Service Teachers. Journal of Educators Online.
Perry, D. R., Redman, D. L. Changes Over Time in Faculty Perceptions about Graduate Level Online Distance Learning Course Instruction.
Perry, D. R., Steck, A. (2019). Changes in Faculty Perceptions about Online Instruction: Comparison of Faculty Groups from 2002 and 2016. Journal of Educators Online.
Perry, D. R., Looney, L., Steck, A. (2017). Turning negatives into positives: The role of an instructional math course on preservice teacher’s math beliefs. Mathematics Teacher Education and Development (MTED).
Perry, D. R., Steck, A. (2017). Challenging heteronormativity: Creating a safe and inclusive environment for LGBTQ students. Journal of School Violence.
Perry, D. R., Steck, A. (2017). Creating a safe and inclusive environment: Phenomenographic exploration of high school administrators’ perceptions about gay-straight alliance clubs. The Journal of LGBT Youth.
Perry, D. R., Steck, A. (2015). Evaluation of the integration of iPad tablets in the high school geometry classroom to facilitate student engagement and increase self-efficacy and meta-cognitive self regulation. Computers in the Schools.
Perry, D. R., Hayes, C., Steck, A. (2015). Meeting the demands of the 21st learner: Delivering elementary science and math methods courses online: An auto-ethnographic approach. Computer Supported Education Science and Technology Publications - SCITEPRESS.