Faculty profile

Donna Matteson

Professor


Contact

103H Park Hall
315.312.2128
donna.matteson@oswego.edu

Office hours

Monday, Wednesday, noon - 3 pm
Additional office hours by appointment

  • Associate Professor, School of Education SUNY Oswego, NY, 2001-date
  • Co-Advisor, Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society, 2001-date
  • Scorer, NYS Teacher Certification Exam, 2002-date
  • Civil Engineering and Architecture Master Teacher, Project Lead the Way, Inc., 2002-2012
  • 2013 Ed.D. Higher Education and Adult Learning, Walden University

Research

Dissertation:
Learner Perceptions of Biophilia in the Learning Environment 
Autodesk Corporate Grants (2001-2008) AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit Architectural, SUNY Oswego Technology Laboratories
Academic price value total: $550,114.

Publications

  • Matteson, D. (2019). Student Perceptions of Virtual Reality Technology for Computer Aided Design: A study to inform curriculum and add to the body of knowledge in an emerging field of technology in the learning environment. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, pp 731-739 http://www.learntechlib.org/fromc/54470
  • Matteson, D. & Kulibert, R. (2017). The Educational Makerspace Movement, NYSTEEA Journal
  • Matteson, D & Martin, M. (2017). Using Electronic Methods to assess high Level Concepts and Skills. Proceedings for Clute Institute International Conference 397-1 to 397-3. Littleton, CO. Clute Institute
  • Matteson, D. & Martin, M. (2015). iPads as a Classroom Tool to Enhance Instruction. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International, 4pp, Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education, Chesapeake, VA
  • Matteson, D. (2013). Learner Perceptions of Biophilia in the Learning Environment, Proquest 226pp
  • Matteson, D., Kennedy, D., & Baur, S. (2012). Civil Engineering and Architecture.(764 pages) Cengage Learning: Clifton Park, NY. 

Conferences

  • “Student Perceptions of Virtual Reality Technology for Computer Aided Design: A study to inform curriculum and add to the body of knowledge in an emerging field of technology in the learning environment.” Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Las Vegas, NV, March 2019
  • “Makerspace and CTE” ACTE CareerTech Vision 2018 San Antonio, TX November 2018
  • “Introducing Virtual Reality CAD” 79th Fall Conference, Oswego, NY, October 2018
  • “Growing a Makerspace” 79th Fall Conference, Oswego, NY, October 2018
  • “TEL 101- SUNY Oswego College Credit through your High School” 79th Fall Conference, Oswego, NY, October 2018
  • “The Makerspace Movement as a STEM Collaborative” ITEEA Conference Atlanta GA, April 2018
  • “Planning a Collaborative School Makerspace” NYSTEEA Conference, Malta NY, March 2018
  • “The Makerspace Movement as a STEM/STEAM Collaborative” 78th Fall Conference, Oswego, NY, October 2017
  • “Using Electronic Methods to assess high level concepts and skills” Clute International Conference on Technology in Education, Las Vegas, NV, October 2017
  • “Introduction to 2D CAD and CNC, Introduction to 3D CAD and 3D Printing” 2-day workshop, International Professional Conference, 14 professors from CCNU China, held in Oswego, NY 2017
  • “A Look at the Makerspace Movement” New York State Technology and Engineering Educators Association, Albany NY Repeat presentation as requested by NYSTEEA president, who was in attendance at the 2016 Fall Conference March 2017
  • “Reverse Engineering: Learning through Inquiry” ACTE Career Tech Vision, November 2016 
  • “A Look at the Makerspace Movement” 77th Fall Conference, Oswego, NY, October 2016
  • “Reverse Engineering: Learning through Inquiry” 77th Fall Conference, Oswego, NY, October 2016
  • “iPads as a Classroom Tool to Enhance Instruction” Society of Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2015, Las Vegas, NV March 2015
  • “Technology and Engineering Education at SUNY Oswego” STEM Conference, University of Calcutta, India, January 2015
  • “Impact of Classroom Design on Student Comfort and Interaction” International Organization of Social Sciences and Behavioral Research Conference. Las Vegas, NV October 2014
  • “Reverse Engineering: Learning through Inquiry” ACTE Career Tech Vision, November 2016
  • “Introduction to 2D CAD and CNC, Introduction to 3D CAD and 3D Printing” 2 day workshop, International Professional Conference, 13 professors from CCNU China, held in Oswego, NY 2016
  • “Reverse Engineering and STEM” STEM Showcase, ITEEA Conference, Washington DC, March 2016
  • “Inventor and 3D Printing”  workshop, International Professional Conference, professors from CCNU China, held in Oswego, NY 2014, 2015, 2016

Awards and honors

  • Nominated for the President’s Award for Excellence in Academic Achievement 2019

  • Inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success, 2019

  • NYSTEEA President’s Award for Outstanding College Educator 2018

  • Nominated for Outstanding Dissertation Walden University 2013
  • Certificate of Appreciation, World Bank and University of Nigeria Up-Skills Training Project, 2011
  • Certificate of Appreciation for exceptional performance in conducting 80 hours of professional development University of New Haven, 2010
  • NYS Senate Woman of Distinction, USA Today All Teacher Team,Post Standard Achievement Award

Performances and exhibitions

  • 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014 Presentation to China Normal University visiting professors: History of 3D printing and applications for the classroom 
  • 2016 Technology Showcase at the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association Conference in Washington DC 

Education

  • Ed.D., Higher Education and Adult Learning, Walden University, 2013
  • MS, Technology Education, State University of Oswego, 1988
  • BS, Technology Education K-12, State University of Oswego, 1983
  • AutoCAD Certification, Autodesk University, San Francisco, CA, 1993
  • Project Lead the Way, Master Teacher Certification, RIT, NY, 1999
  • Permanent Teacher Certification, New York State Education Department, 1988

Classes taught

TEL 101 - Engineer Graphics/Tech Illustrator
TEL 347 - Computer Aided Design & Drafting
TEL 547 - Computer Aided Design & Drafting
TEL 401 Architectural and Computing Drafting
TEL 457 CAD: Engineering Analysis