Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Education and Professional Licensure
Degree ProgramM.S. Education (MSEd)
Dr. Regina Royer began her teaching career as a secondary English teacher. After earning a master's degree in educational technology, she worked as a district technology coordinator for several years before moving to the university level and teaching in the department of education at Salisbury University. She taught in public K-12 schools for 17 years and at the university level for 20 years.
EdD, University of Delaware - Newark, DE United States
MS, Johns Hopkins University - Baltimore, MD United States
MA, Salisbury University - Salisbury, MD United States
U.S.A. Dance, Board of Directors - Salisbury, MD United States
Snow Hill Lions Club, Participant - Snow Hill, MD United States
Royer, R. (2016). A Comparison of Eight Digital Tools for Formative Assessment. LearnTechLib
Royer, R. (2014). Blended Learning: Integrating Reading Strategies and Multimedia Tools to Increase Achievement. LearnTechLib
Royer, R. (2015). Common Core Literacy Standards in Multimedia Projects Increase Achievement. International Society for Technology in Education.
Royer, R. (2014). Digital tools and literacy techniques for successful Internet research. Maryland Society for Educational Technology
Royer, R. D. (2015). Scaffolding Success: Integrating Reading Strategies in Multimedia Projects to Increase reading and content Area Achievement. Society for Information and Teacher Education