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Dr. Linda Cornelious

Education

Ph.D., Comprehensive Vocational Education, Florida State University
Major: Administration and Supervision
Ed.S., Comprehensive Vocational Education, Florida State University
Major: Educational Leadership-Administration and Supervision
Plus 30, Special Education, Southern University
Major: Blind and Partially Sighted Education
M.Ed., Secondary Education, Southern University
Major: Curriculum and Instruction
B.S., Business Education, Southern University

Courses Taught

TKT 3003 Practicum in Technology Teacher Education
TKT 8213 Content and Methods of Teaching in Career & Technology Education
TKT 8263 Philosophy and Administration of Career and Technology Education
TKT 4803/6803 Integrating Technology for Meaningful Learning
TKT 9000 Research/Dissertation

Research Interests

Dr. Cornelious’ scholarly research interest encompasses online learning, instructional technology, educational leadership, faculty governance, classroom discipline and management, teaching and learning styles, multicultural education, and community service learning.

Selected Publications

Locke, C., Cornelious, L., & Gray, K. (2015).  Factors contributing to secondary school dropouts in an urban school district.  Proceedings of the Academic and Business Research Institute (AABRI), USA, LV15036, 1-14.

Parrish, E.S., & Cornelious, L.  (2014). Perceptions regarding online support, illness, information, and awareness of women with cancer. Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business, 8, 1-24.

Parrish, E. S. & Cornelious, L. (2014).  Perceptions regarding online support, illness, information, and awareness of women with cancer. Proceedings of the Academic and Business Research Institute (AABRI), USA, HC14001, 1-24. 

Parrish, E.S., & Cornelious, L.  (2013).  The benefits of online support to women with gynecologic cancers and pre-cancers. Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business, 7, 1-14. 

Parrish, E. S., & Cornelious, L. (2013).  The benefits of online support to women with gynecologic cancers and pre-cancers. Proceedings of the Academic and Business Research Institute, USA, LV13092, 1-11.

Brock, M.A., & Cornelious, L. (March 2012).  The impact of delivery method on student achievement for computer application instruction.  Proceedings of the 2012 SITE Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Annual Conference, Austin, TX.

Du, J. X., & Cornelious, L.  (April-May 2010).  African American female students’ participation in online collaborative learning. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Denver, CO. 

Du, J. X.  & Cornelious, L.  (April 2008).  A cultural sensitivity:  Activities for African American female students’ participation in online collaborative learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York, March 24-28. 

Cornelious, L., Alexander, M., & Yang, Y.  (2006, January).  Assessing the technological needs of educational administrators.  Proceedings of the 4th Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Cornelious, L., Alexander, M. & Yang, Y.  (2006, January).  Designing and delivering effective technology instruction for culturally diverse classrooms.  Proceedings of the 4th Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Yang, Y., & Cornelious, L.  (2006, January).  A qualitative study of students’ perceptions toward online education.  Proceedings of the 4th Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Yang, Y., & Cornelious, L. (2005). Preparing instructors for quality online instruction. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 8(1), 1-17.

Cornelious, L., & Keel, V. (2005). Using technology effectively to promote teaching and learning in culturally diverse classrooms. In J. R. Petry, (Ed.), Proceedings of the Mid-South Educational Research Association Thirty-fourth Annual Meeting, Memphis, TN, University of Memphis.

Selected Presentations

Brock, M.A., & Cornelious, L. (2012, March). The impact of delivery method on student achievement for computer application instruction. Presented at the 2012 SITE Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Annual Conference, Austin, TX.

Brock, M.A., & Cornelious, L. (2012, March). The impact of delivery method on student achievement for computer application instruction. Proceedings of the 2012 SITE Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Annual Conference, Austin, TX.

Du, J. X., & Cornelious, L. (2010, April). African American female students’ participation in online collaborative learning. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

Du, J. X., & Cornelious, L. (2009, April). Students’ perceptions towards online collaborative learning effectiveness. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Professional Leadership

National Board Member, Board of Examiners, National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

Co-Pl, Transition to Teaching Grant titled Learning and Education through Alternative Programs (LEAP). U.S. Department of Education. $3,058,084 awarded in 2009. Proposal Merit Reviewer, National Science Foundation's Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Program.

Institutional Representative, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE).

GRANTS

Co-PI.  Transitioning Veterans and Service Members, a grant funded by the Walmart Foundation. $80,000 award-$30,000 to ISWD.  Connie Forde, Co-PI and Ken McRae, PI.

Co-PI.  Learning and Educating through Alternative Programs, a grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education.  $3,058,084 (5 years).  Ending Evaluation 2014.