Web Vita

David Shutkin, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor of Education
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Faculty
  • Appointed 2000

ACADEMIC DEGREES

B.A. M.A. Ph.D. (1994) University of Wisconsin-Madison

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Associate Professor                                                        2000-present

John Carroll University, University Hts., OH

Assistant Professor                                                         1996-2000

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Assistant Professor                                                         1995-1996

The College of New Jersey, Trenton, NJ

PUBLICATIONS

Shutkin, David (currently under review)  Beyond Representationalism: Extending the Mind in the Field of Educational Technology.

Shutkin, David (2015) The Lake Highlands One to One Laptop Initiative: NCLB, Drill & Practice and the Formation of a Relational Network. In: (Eds.) C. Bigum, S. Bulfin and N. Johnson. Critical Perspectives on Technology and Education. New York : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 203-225.

Shutkin, David (2013) Becoming the Future: The Lake Highlands Middle School Laptop and Learning Initiative. In: The Politics of Education and Technology: Conflicts, Controversies, and Connections. N. Selwyn and K. Facer (Eds.). New York : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 63-82.

Shutkin, David (2007) Face to Face in a Third Space: Hypertext Design & Curriculum Theory. In: R. Muffoletto and J. Horton (Eds.). Multicultural Education, the Internet and the New Media. Hampton Press. Cresskill, NJ. pp. 57-70.

Shutkin, David (2005) Neoliberalism, The Technological Sublime, and Techniques of the Self.Educational Technology. 45 (2). 39-48.

Shutkin, David (2004) Thinking of the Other: Constructivist Discourse in the Field of Educational Technology. Journal of Educational Thought. 38(1). 67-93.

Shutkin, David (2004) Virtual Community & Ethical Difference in the Field of Education. JCT: The Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. 20(1). 91-101.

Shutkin, D; Earle, J. and Kelly, T. (2002) Shared Commitment, Differing Visions: Diversity and the Challenges of Taking Affirmative Action in Faculty Hiring. In: In(Ex)clusion: (Re)Visioning the Democratic Ideal. Poetter, T., Haerr, C., Hays, M., Higgins, C., & Wilson Baptist, K. (Eds.) Troy, NY: Educator’s International Press.

Shutkin, David (2001) Technology, the Pleasures of the Interface & the Psychology of Motivation.  In:Educational Technology: Reflective Practices. R. Muffoletto, (Ed.) Hampton Press. Cresskill, NJ. pp. 259-284.

Shutkin, David (2001) “Progress & Community in Unsettling Times.” Review of Carlson, Dennis and Apple, Michael, W., Eds. (1998) Power / Knowledge / Pedagogy: The Meaning of Democratic Education in Unsettling Times. Australian Educational Researcher. 28(1). 176-183.

Shutkin, David (1999) “Cybernetics, Cyberpedagogy & Post-Industrial Society.” Teaching Education. 10(2). 83-86.

Shutkin, David (1998) The Deployment of Information Technology and the Augmentation of the Child, In: Foucault’s Challenge: Discourse, Knowledge and Power in Education. T. Popkewitz and M. Brennan, (Eds.). New York: Teachers College Press. pp. 205‑229.

Bromley, Hank and David Shutkin (1998), “Social Power and Practices of Science and Technology within Education.” Educational Policy 12(5).  467-483.

Shutkin, David (1997) Schooling in an Age of Information: Governmental Rationality & The Care of the Child. Quarterly Journal of Ideology.  20(3&4). 99-166.

Popkewitz, Thomas S. and David Shutkin (1993) Social science, Social Movements, and the Production of Educational Technology in the U.S., in Robert Muffoletto and Nancy Nelson Knupfer (eds),Computers in Education: Social, Political, and Historical Perspectives. Cresskill, New York: Hampton Press. pp. 11-36.

Shutkin, David (1990) Video Production Education: Towards a Critical Media Pedagogy. Journal of Visual Literacy. 10(2). pp. 42- 59.

PRESENTATIONS

Shutkin, David (2017, October) In the Field of Educational Technology: Extending the Mind Beyond Representationalism. Mid-Western Educational Research Association. Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

Shutkin, David (2017, March) Beyond Representationalism: Extending the Mind in the Field of Educational Technology. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Annual Meeting. Austin, TX.

Shutkin, David (2016, November) The Education of Attention & Dynamic Systems. Grauel Fellowship Presentation. John Carroll University. University Heights. OH.

Shutkin, David (2016, February). Distributed Cognition and the Design and Integration of a Mobile Learning Application. Ohio Educational Technology Conference. Columbus, OH.

Shutkin, David (2015, November). Educational Technology & The Theory of the Extended Mind. The Society for the Social Study of Science. Annual Meeting. Denver, CO.

Shutkin, David (2013, July). The Future Through a School District’s Internet Filter: Drill & Practice Technology, Risk and Actor Network Theory.  International Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology.  Lisbon, Portugal.

Shutkin, David (2011, November). The Present of the Future: Technology Education and Children. The Society for the Social Study of Science. Annual Meeting. Cleveland, Ohio.

Shutkin, David (2010, January) Education and the Other:  Children, Technology, and the Future. Technology, Knowledge and Society Conference, Berlin, Germany.

Shutkin, David (2009, August) Integrating Technology into Classroom Practice. Moreh L’Morim:  An Educator’s Guide to Perplexing Times. Siegal College, Cleveland, Ohio.

Shutkin, David (2008, March) Risk, Technoscience and Education: An Actor-Network/Discourse analysis of Millennial Education Policy. American Educational Research Association (AERA). New York, NY

Shutkin, David (2007, April) Along The Toxic Network: Educational Computing and Matter Out of Place. American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS). Chicago, IL

Shutkin, David (2006, May) Colonizing the Future: The Construction of the Student as a Subject of Technoscience and Risk in Education. Second World Curriculum Conference. Tampere, Finland

Shutkin, David (2006, April) Risk and eWaste in PK-12 Schools in the United States. American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS). Berkeley, CA

Shutkin, David and Matthew Weinstein (2005, October) Educational Technology and the Morphology of Risk. The Society for the Social Study of Science. Pasadena, CA.

Shutkin, David (2005, April) Educational Technology, Globalization and the Ethics of Time. American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS). Montreal, QC

Shutkin, David (2004) Technologies of Power and Technologies of the Self or Why my Classes have Changed So Much.  Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education.  Atlanta, GA.

Shutkin, David (2003) Educational Technology, Globalization and the Ethics of Time. The Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theorizing. Dayton, OH.

Muffoletto, R.; Robinson, R.; and Shutkin, D (2002) “Reflections on Computers in Education: A panel discussion looking behind and forward.” Association for Educational Communications and Technology annual meeting. Dallas, TX.

Shutkin, David (2002) “Educational Technology as Design for the Other.” American Educational Studies Association annual meeting.  Pittsburgh, PA.

Shutkin, David (2001) “Learning to See Humanity in the Face of the Other.” International Visual Literacy Association. Mälardalen University : Eskilstuna, Sweden.

Earle, J., Kelly, T. and Shutkin, D. (2001) Shifting the Struggle to the Classroom: A New Rationale for Affirmative Action. Conference on Curriculum and Pedagogy. Victoria, BC.

Nichols, R.; Robinson, R.; Shutkin, D.; Voithofer, R.   (2001) ” Ethical Breaches With Educational Technology” Association for Educational Communications and Technology annual meeting. Atlanta, GA.

Shutkin, David (2001) “Possibilities for Using Video Technology Implementation in an Urban Alternative School in Pre-Service Methods Courses.” Technology in Urban Education Summit. Cleveland State University. Cleveland, OH.

Shutkin, David (2000a) “Virtual Community & Ethical Difference in the Field of Education” Association for Educational Communications and Technology annual meeting. Long Beach, CA.

Shutkin, David (2000b) “Community & the Ethical: Honoring the Contributions of Dr. Ann De Vaney to the Field of Educational Technology.” Association for Educational Communications and Technology annual meeting. Long Beach, CA.

Shutkin, David (1999) “Representation & the Face to Face, If Only for an Instant.” Conference Face to Face with the Real World: Contemporary Applications of Levinas. Walsh University, Canton, OH.

Shutkin, David (1998) “The Discourse on Constructivism in the Field of Educational Technology.” Society for the Social Study of Science annual meeting. Halifax, NS

FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS

Educational Technology & The Theory of the Extended Mind. (Spring 2016). Grauel Faculty Fellowship, John Carroll University, D. Shutkin, Principal Investigator.

The Future Through a School District’s Internet Filter: Drill & Practice Technology, Risk and Actor Network Theory  (Summer 2013). Summer Research Fellowship, John Carroll University, D. Shutkin, Principal Investigator.

LapTops in the Heights: Global Learning for the 21st Century (Summer 2008). Teaching Fellowship, John Carroll University, D. Shutkin, Principal Investigator.

Systemic Change, Technology and Inspiration 6.0 (Summer 2002). Faculty Instructional Grant, John Carroll University, D. Shutkin, Principal Investigator.

Educational Technology and the Ethics of Time (Summer 2002). Summer Research Fellowship, John Carroll University, D. Shutkin, Principal Investigator.

Learning to See Humanity in the Face of the Other (Fall 2001). Kahl Endowment for Internationalizing the Curriculum, John Carroll University, D. Shutkin, Principal Investigator.

REPORTS/PROCEEDINGS

Shutkin, D. and Pace, T. (2009, April) Digital Media & Technology Studies at JCU: A proposal for the development of an interdisciplinary minor. Submitted to the Office of the Academic Vice President, John Carroll University in response to Seed Money for New Academic Programs Request for Proposals.

Shutkin, David (2004) Technologies of Power and Technologies of the Self or Why my Classes have Changed So Much.  Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education 2004 Conference. D.A. Willis (Ed.) Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education: Norfolk, VA.  pp. 837-842.

Shutkin, D. (2003) Educational Technology Integration Program. Cleveland, OH : John Carroll University, Department of Education and Allied Studies.

SERVICE at John Carroll University

  • University Committee on Student Learning and Engagement (Fall, 2017+)
  • Faculty Council Committee on Elections, Chair (Fall, 2013-Spring, 2015)
  • Faculty Council (Fall 2012-Spring 2018)
  • Participatory Culture and New Media Learning Community, Co-director (Spring, 2011-Spring, 2013)
  • Academic IT Steering Committee (Spring 2011-Fall 2016)
  • Tenure and Promotion Committee, Chair (Fall 2008-Spring 2011). Department of Education and Allied Studies

PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

  • The Society for Philosophy and Technology
  • Mid-Western Educational Research Association
  • The Society for Technology and Teacher Education
  • International Society for Technology in Education

CONSULTING

  • ORT/JECC Partnership for Technology in Education (2002-2004)
  • Technology Integration/Mentoring Seminar (a Covenant Foundation grant recipient) Cleveland Public Schools (2000-2001)
  • Modeling Instruction with Modern Information and Communication Technologies: the MIMIC Project (a PT3 grant recipient).
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