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David R. Kaplan, Ph.D.

Education

  • Ph.D. Mathematics University of South Florida, 1990
  • MA Mathematics University of South Florida, 1986
  • BA Mathematics University of South Florida, 1984

Courses

  • Calculus I Calculus II Calculus III
  • Differential Equations
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Numerical Analysis
  • History of Mathematics Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Research Interests

  • Effects on learning level of flipped classroom pedagogy
  • Functional analysis

Recent Publications

  • Kaplan, D. (2019) Employing a Rubric to Assess Learner Performance in Calculus and Differential Equations, to appear, 2019 International Journal of Process Education
  • Learner level increases across mathematics and chemistry classes employing the flipped-classroom model, with lecture-based control 2019 Process Education Conference Paper
  • Kaplan, D., with Ganescu, V. (2018) Employing a Rubric to Assess Learner Performance in Calculus and Differential Equations 2018 Annual Process Education Conference
  • Apple, D., Ellis, D., and Kaplan, D. (2017) Learning to Learn Mathematics 2017 Process Education Conference, June 2017, California Health Sciences University, June 2017, Clovis California
  • Kaplan, D. (2009-present) Calculus Made Clear, 1st and 2nd editions. Kepler Press.

Recent Presentations

  • Learner level increases across mathematics and chemistry classes employing the flipped-classroom model, with lecture-based control 2019 Process Education Conference Presentation
  • Kaplan, D. (2019) Process Education Conference Workshop "Empowering Learners: Putting Together a Team of Educators to Implement and Study the Effects of Active-Learning Pedagogy."
  • Symposium panel contributor to “Improving Completion Rates in Gatekeeper Courses” at June 2016 Process Education Conference Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan
  • 2012-2015 workshops with York College MAT111 (Critical Thinking and Problem Solving) instructors to develop the flipped classroom pedagogy and in-class assignment sets.

Service

  • Chair, Physical Sciences Department, York College of PA, 1996-2015
  • Mathematics Program Coordinator, York College of PA, 2015-present

Professional Association

  • Member Academy of Process Educators 2015-present
  • Member National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2015-present
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