Rick Harris

Phone: 940.759.2282

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

M.Ed. Instructional Psychology & Technology -The University of Oklahoma B.S. Industrial Technology Education -University of Central Oklahoma B.S. Electronics Technology -Cameron University Distance Learning Certification -Texas A&M University Texas Advanced Technical Credit Certification Texas - Technology Applications 8-12 Texas - Technology Education 6-12 Texas - Business Education 6-12 Oklahoma - Technology Education 6-12

Rick Harris

I enjoy facilitating hands-on learning that incorporates project-based, authentic experiences for students.

Much of my research interests involve interactive microworld learning environments utilizing real-time data acquisition (simulations like SIMs-3D plugged into live-world events). I enjoy teaching Video Game Design, programming NXT and VEX Robots with Java and working with the UIL Computer Science team.

 
Career Experience:
      High School Teaching:
                 Deer Creek High School, Edmond, OK.
                 Glen Rose High School, Glen Rose, TX.
                 Westville High School, Westville, OK,
                 Mabank High School, Mabank, TX.
                 Muenster High School, Muenster, TX.

      Instructional Designer & Internet Course Developer:
                 Interactive Media Corp.
                 Oklahoma State University
                 Tarleton State University
                 York International Corp.

      Adjunct Instructor:
                 University of Oklahoma

      Multimedia Developer:
                 University of Oklahoma Continuing Education

      Building Automation Engineer & Electronics Technician:
                 Johnson Controls, Inc.
                 University of Oklahoma Physical Plant
                 Automated Building Systems, Inc.

      U.S. Navy Band - Musician
                 Norfolk, VA,
                 Corpus Christi, TX.

Hobbies:
      Hiking
      Camping
      Listening to Jazz
 
It is my heartfelt and deepest desire, more than anything, that my students succeed at whatever they wish to be in life, and it is my expectation that they will.
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