Faculty and Staff
Adam E. Sokol
|Department:||Office of Assessment and Accreditation
College of Education
Bachelor’s Degree: B.A. Mathematics, Minors in Philosophy, Classic Literature; Niagara University, Niagara
Falls, NY. 2009
Master’s Degree: M.S.Ed Inclusive Mathematics Education, SUNY Brockport, Brockport, NY. 2012
After graduating high school in 2002, Adam joined the Army as an M1A1 tank crewmember (19K). He completed his basic and job training at Ft. Knox in Kentucky, and served one year in South Korea at Camp Casey before being honorably discharged in January of 2005.
Adam went on to complete a master’s degree in 2012. He would then teach high school mathematics for a year and a half, and middle school math for 2 months, before being offered a graduate assistantship at USC, where he would work on the NOYCE grants. Currently Adam is working on a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Research.
Lotter, C., Yow, J., Sokol, A. E., D’Amico, L. (2017, January). Understanding rural science and mathematics teacher leadership. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education’s international conference, Des Moines, IA.
Structural Equation Modeling with non-parametric data
Statistical power in regression analysis
EDRM 423: Introduction to classroom assessment