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James E Osler
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Contact Information

Title:
Assoc Professor
Department:
Email:
josler@nccu.edu
Phone:
(919) 530-7539
Fax:
(919) 530-7681
Office:
2023 H. M. Michaux, Jr. School of Education Building

Biography

A native of North Carolina, James Osler was born and raised in the City of Medicine. An accomplished artist, Osler enjoys using art as a tool to empower others. He completed his B.A. at NCCU with a concentration in Studio.
Osler adores teaching. He has always been interested in how information is delivered and continues to explore the many different methods, models, and modes of instruction. After completing a M.A. in Educational Technology he completed a doctorate in Technology Education.
He has authored a series of books and e-books on the creation of empowering entrepreneurial educational experiences. His research focuses on Fundamental Christian Education from the holistic perspective of Qualitative and Quantitative Instructional Design (Osler, 2010). He has authored the Online Graduate Program in Online Instructional Design and teaches in the Online Educational Technology Graduate Program currently offered in the School of Education. His interests include: a life filled with a love of Almighty GOD and ministry to his fellow man through: teaching, the research, and service. He has been awarded two of the highest honors at NCCU as an employee and as faculty: The Employee Recognition Award for Outstanding Service in 2001 and The University Award for Teaching Excellence in 2008.

Education

EDD North Carolina State University 1996
MA North Carolina Central University 1991
BA North Carolina Central University 1990

Vita/Resume

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Selected Publications

1. Osler, J. E. (2013). A Methodology to Statistically Analyze Critical Race Theory Outcomes for Leadership Studies: Trichotomy–Squared – A Novel Mixed Methods Test and Research Procedure Designed to Transform Qualitative Data into Quantitative Outcomes for Educators, Practitioners, Technologists, and Social and Behavioral Scientists. The Africana Experience and Critical Leadership Studies.
2. Osler, J. E., & Mansaray, M. A. (2013). Applied Mathematical Statistical Modeling to Determine the Validity and Reliability of Independent Instructional Measures (submitted). Journal on Mathematics.
3. Osler, J. E. (2013). The Mathematics of the Tri–Squared Triangulation Algorithmic Model (submitted). Journal on Mathematics.
4. Osler, J. E. (2013). An Algorithmic Engineering Model for Application Testing Metrics (submitted). Journal on Software Engineering.
5. Osler, J. E., & Mansaray, M. A. (2013). The Application of Online Psychometric Tests: An Analysis of Student Ratings of Instruction (submitted). Journal on Educational Psychology.
6. Osler, J. E., & Mutisya, P. M. (2013). A Tri–Squared Analysis to Establish the Need for a Statistical Framework for K–20 Faculty as Academic Leaders. Special Edition: “Instructional Technique and Technologies”. The Journal of Creative Education, 4.
7. Osler, J. E. (2013). Transformational Research Engineering: Research Design Metrics for In–Depth and Empowering K–12 Teacher Professional Development. June–August Journal on School Educational Technology, 9.
8. Osler, J. E., & Russell, S. (2013). An Investigation on the Impact of the Socio–Psychological Effects of Teacher Disposition on the Academic Performance of Students in a Diversely Populated Elementary School. May–July Journal on Educational Psychology, 7.
9. Osler, J. E. (2013). The Triangulation Algorithmic: A Transformative Function for Designing and Deploying Effective Educational Technology Assessment Instruments. April–June Journal of Educational Technology, 10.
10. Osler, J. E. (2013). Algorithmic Triangulation Metrics for Innovative Data Transformation: Defining the Application Process of the Tri–Squared Test. April–June Journal on Mathematics, 2.
11. Osler, J. E., & Waden, C. (2013). Determining the Outcomes of an Innovative Solution for At Risk Students: Using Tri–Squared Statistical Analysis to Verify the Impact of Ninth Grade Freshman Academies, Centers, and Center Models upon Minority Student Retention and Achievement. March–May Journal on School Educational Technology, 8.
12. Osler, J. E. (2013). The Psychological Efficacy of Education as a Science through Personal, Professional, and Contextual Inquiry of the Affective Learning Domain. February–April Journal on Educational Psychology, 6.
13. Mutisya, P. M., & Osler, J. E., & Bitting, P. F., & Rotich, J. P. (2013). A Conceptual Framework for Faculty as Academic Leaders (submitted). The International Journal of Process Education.
14. Osler, J. E. (2013). The Psychological Efficacy of Education as a Science through Personal, Professional, and Contextual Inquiry of the Affective Learning Domain. iManager’s Journal on Educational Psychology, 6.
15. Osler, J. E. (2013). The Psychometrics of Educational Science: Designing Trichotomous Inventive Investigative Instruments for Qualitative and Quantitative for Inquiry. December–February Journal on Educational Psychology, 8.
16. Osler, J. E. (2012). Interactive Statistics Methods. Interactive Statistics Methods, 1, 1-472.
17. Osler, J. E., & Waden, C. (2012). Using Innovative Technical Solutions as an Intervention for at Risk Students: A Meta–Cognitive Statistical Analysis to Determine the Impact of Ninth Grade Freshman Academies, Centers, and Center Models Upon Minority Student Retention and Achievement. iManager’s Journal on School Educational Technology, 8, 11-23.
18. Osler, J. E. (2012). Introducing: Trichotomy–Squared – A Novel Mixed Methods Test and Research Procedure Designed to Analyze, Transform, and Compare Qualitative and Quantitative Data for Education Scientists Who are Administrators, Practitioners, Teachers, and Technologists. iManager’s Journal on Mathematics, 1, 23-32.
19. Osler, J. E., & Hollowell, G. P., & Nichols, S. M. (2012). Technology Engineering in Science Education: Where Instructional Challenges Interface Nonconforming Productivity to Increase Retention, Enhance Transfer, and Maximize Student Learning. iManager’s Journal of Educational Technology, 9, 31-39.
20. Osler, J. E., & Bull, P. H., & Eaton, D. (2012). Dynamic Educational Collaboration between University and High School Faculty Promoting Partnership in Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century. iManager’s Journal on Educational Technology, 7, 34-48.
21. Osler, J. E. (2010). INFOMETRICS: The Systemic Strategic Practice of Empowerment through the Creation of an Ideal Learning Environment via Optimal Instruction . Book, 1-304.
22. Osler, J. E. (2010). TECHTONICS: Optimal Learning via Instructional Solutions Developed through the Methodology of Technology Engineering . Book, 1-300.
23. Osler, J. E. (2010). INNOVATA: The Comprehensive Encyclopedia and Dictionary of the Terminology of the Science of Innovation . Book, 1-344.
24. Osler, J. E. (2010). TRIOMETRY: The Mathematical Process of Measuring Three Dimensional Order Using Infometrics and Perspectology. , Book, 1-290.
25. Osler, J. E. (2010). INTERACTIVE INFORMATIVE INQUIRY: The Process of Investigating the Ergonomic Ideation of Technology Engineering and Optimal Instruction. Book, 1-255.
26. Osler, J. E. (2010). The Metagraphic User Interface Digital Learning Laboratory ©. E-Book, 1-33.
27. Osler, J. E. (2010). The Advanced Interactive Interelectronic Inventory Ideation Laboratory ©. E-Book, 1-46.
28. Osler, J. E. (2010). The Vision Finder ™ ©: The Handheld Edition . Book, 1, 1-178.
29. Osler, J. E. (2010). Simply Statistics ™ © the Hardcover Handheld Edition. Book, 1-468.
30. Osler, J. E. (2010). VISUALUS Visioneering Volumetrically: The Mathematics of the Innovative Problem–Solving Model of Inventive Instructional Design. Book, 1-302.
31. Osler, J. E. (2010). PERCEPTOLOGY: The Science of Comprehension that is Universal Instructional Design through Visualus, Metacognetic Mechanics, Technology Engineering, and Optimal Instruction . Book, 1-274.
32. Osler, J. E. (2010). TRIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS: The Three Dimensional Analytics of Visualus Solution Metrics . Book, 1-218.
33. Osler, J. E. (2009). Simply Statistics ™ © the Handheld Edition. Simply Statistics ™ © the Handheld Edition, 1, 1-468.
34. Osler, J. E., & Hollowell, G. P., & Palmer, C. (2008). Technology Engineering Science Instruction in the Information Age: Integrating Instructional Technology in K12 Education . iManager’s Journal on School Educational Technology, 4, 12-17.
35. Osler, J. E. (2008). Technology Engineering Educational Solutions for the Hurricane Katrina Region. The Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: Educating Traumatized Children PreK through College, 104-120.
36. Osler, J. E. (2008). Simply Statistics . Simply Statistics, 1, 1-447.
37. Osler, J. E. (2008). The Vision Finder ™ ©: An Assessment Designed to Determine Purpose and Fulfill Destiny by Unlocking Unlimited Potential.. The Vision Finder ™ ©, 1, 1-64.
38. Osler, J. E. (2008). An Introduction to The Vision Finder ™ ©: An Interactive E-Book on DVD.. An Introduction to The Vision Finder ™ ©: An Interactive E-Book., 1, 1-70.
39. Osler, J. E. (2006). Technology Engineering: A Paradigm Shift to Promote Academic Freedom In The Information Age. 2006 South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society Yearbook .
40. Osler, J. E. (2004). The Crisis: Classroom Culture, Identifying and Analyzing Seven Factors That Disable An Effective Collegiate Teaching Methodology. A Long Way to Go: Conversations About Race By African American Faculty and Graduate Students, 141-151.
41. Bull, P. H., & Eaton, D. B., & Osler, J. E. (2004). Faculty Technology Development and Integration: Perceptions of HBCU School of Education Faculty to Technology Integration and Faculty Technology Development. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference, 1, 1986-1991.