John L. Cuzzocrea

John L.  Cuzzocrea
EER Adjunct Faculty

Office Hours: By appointment.

(519) 967-1027

Education
  • Ph.D., Educational Evaluation and Research, Wayne State University
  • M.Ed., Administrative Education, University of Windsor
  • B.Ed., Intermediate Senior Teaching, University of Windsor
  • B.A., Social Studies, University of Windsor

Biography

John Cuzzocrea has been involved in the field of education for the last 15 years, during which time he has worked in the K-12 panel as a classroom teacher, guidance counselor, and program coordinator and in the area of higher education as an assistant professor and part-time faculty member. He is proud of his experience teaching students from the primary grades through the doctoral level and believes that the experiences and skills he has gained over the years have afforded him insight into how students learn best. He enjoys teaching statistics and research techniques.

Cuzzocrea earned his doctoral degree in the area of Educational Evaluation and Research and is interested in the field of applied modern statistics. Past research activities include Monte Carlo simulations that examine power and robustness characteristics of statistical tests of significance. In addition, Cuzzocrea has served as an editorial assistant with the Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods.

Academic Interests

  • Education Law and Ethics
  • Statistics
  • Research Critique
  • Research Techniques
  • Teacher Preparation
  • Thesis/Dissertation Preparation

 

Area Of Expertise

  • Statistics
  • Research Design

Courses Taught

  • Education Law and Ethics
  • Statistics
  • Research Critique
  • Research Techniques
  • Teacher Preparation
  • Thesis/Dissertation Preparation