Ms. Amy H. Glass
PRAXIS Lab Coordinator
M.S. Ed., Technology for Education
The Johns Hopkins University Graduate School of Education
Bachelor of Arts, History
University of Maryland, College Park
Ms. Amy Glass is currently the PRAXIS Lab Coordinator in the College of Education. She has a extensive understanding of technology, as it relates to teaching and learning environments. Ms. Glass has previously held positions at the Center for Technology in Education at The Johns Hopkins University and a Training Facilitator for several online learning community tools. Ms. Glass also worked as the Technology Coordinator for the Office of Research at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education in Washington, D.C.
Ms. Glass holds a Masters in Technology for Education and has been advanced to candidacy for an Ed.D. Teacher Development and Leadership at The Johns Hopkins University Graduate School of Education.
- Cyber Bullying
- The Politics of Education (School Law)
- Research & Statistical Analysis
- Organizational Change & Knowledge Management in Education
Glass, A. (2009). “U.S. Supreme Court Influence on Cyber Bullying Policy.” A presentation made at ASCD’s 2009 Annual Conference and Exhibit Show, March 2009.
Glass, A. (2005). “Technology-Enabled Bullying, Harassment & Threats.” A presentation made at the annual conference of Maryland Instructional Computer Coordinators Association (MICCA), April 2005.
Glass, A. (2005). “Captology: Teaching and Learning with Persuasive Technology.” A presentation made at the Society for Applied Technology’s New Learning Technologies Conference, February 2005.
Stellman, L. & Glass, A., (2004). “Technology-Enabled Bullying, Harassment & Threats.” A presentation made to the Maryland Association of Boards of Education. December 2004.
Tsantis, L., Glass, A., Thouvenelle, S., & Keefe, D. (2004). “Captology: Teaching, Learning and Leading with Persuasive Technology.” A paper presented at the Athens Institute for Education and Research’s Sixth Annual Conference on Education, Athens, Greece. May 2004.
- Education Law Association
- Phi Delta Kappa International