Daniel Fasko, Jr.

Professor 
School of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Policy
566 Education
419-372-9184
419-372-8448
dfasko@bgsu.edu

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Florida State University, 1983.
Major:  Educational Psychology; Minor Area:  Counseling Psychology.

M.S., University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT, 1974.
Major:  General-Applied Psychology

B.A., Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, 1970.
Major:  Psychology; Minor:  Philosophy.

COURSES TAUGHT

EDFI 3020: Educational Psychology

EDFI 6710: Human Growth and Development

EDFI 6770: Contemporary Theory & Research in Classroom Learning

HNRS 2010: Introduction to Critical Thinking

PEG 2640: Tai Chi Chuan

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Effects of Questions on Cognitive Processing and Academic Achievement
  • Enhancing Attention in Learning Situations
  • Critical and Creative Thinking
  • Development of Moral Reasoning
  • Effects of Self-Concept on Learning

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles :

Fasko, S.N., & Fasko, D. (2010). A preliminary study on sight word flash card drill” Does it impact reading fluency? Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals, 61-69.

Earley, M.A., Skidmore, R., & Fasko, D. (2006). Psychometric evaluation of the Assessment of Learner Self-Perceptions (ALSP). Research in the Schools13 (2), 47-61.

Fasko, D.  (2002).  Creativity in the schools:  What's going on?  Research in the Schools, 9 (2), 15-21.

Fasko, D.  (2000-2001). Education and creativity.  Creativity Research Journal, 13(3 & 4), 317-327.

Fasko, D. (2001).  An  evaluation  of multiple intelligences theory and its use with the gifted and talented.  Roeper Review, 23, 126-130. 

Fasko, D., & Grueninger, R. W.  (2001).  T'ai Chi Ch'uan and physical and psychological health:  A Review.  Clinical Kinesiology, 55(1), 4-12. 

Chapters in Books:

Fasko, D., Osborne, J., & Abell, D. (2008). Values education and adolescents revisited. In D. Fasko & W.Willis (Eds.), Contemporary philosophical and psychological perspectives on moral development and education. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Fasko, D. (2008). Introduction to part two: Psychological perspectives of moral development and education.  In D. Fasko & W.Willis (Eds.),Contemporary philosophical and psychological perspectives on moral development and education. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Fasko, D. (2006). Creative thinking and reasoning: Can you have one without the other? In J. Kaufman & J. Baer (Eds.), Creativity and reason in cognitive development (pp. 159-176). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fasko, D.  (2004).  Creativity: Learning and development.  In T.S. Watson & C. Skinner (Eds.), The comprehensive encyclopedia of school psychology.  New York:  Kluwer.

Fasko, D.  (2003).  Democratic leadership:  What is it? In Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference -   Academic Chairpersons:  Visions of Departmental Leadership (pp. 95-100).   Manhattan, KS:  National Issues in Higher Education, Kansas State University.    

Fasko, D.  (2003).  Critical thinking: Origins, historical development, and future directions.  In D. Fasko (Ed.), Critical thinking and reasoning: Current research, theory, and practice (pp. 3-17).  Cresskill, NJ:  Hampton Press. 

Books:

Fasko, D., & Willis, W.  (Eds.), (2008). Contemporary philosophical and psychological perspectives on moral development and education. Cresskill, NJ:  Hampton Press. 

Fasko, D.  (Ed.).  (2003). Critical thinking and reasoning:  Current research, theory, and practice.  Cresskill, NJ:  Hampton Press.

Newsletter Articles:

Fasko, D.  (2003, Summer).  Democratic leadership:  What is it?  The Department Chair, 14 (1), 10, 12.

Book Reviews:

Fasko, D.  (2000).  Review of Adolescent Psychological DevelopmentJournal of Moral Education, 29, 484-486. 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Editorial:

Editor, Inquiry: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines, Bowling Green State University (6/99-7/10). 

Ad hoc Reviewer, Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association (12/07-present)

Ad hoc Reviewer, Learning and Instruction, Amsterdam: Elsevier (5/07-present).

Ad hoc Reviewer, Argumentation, The Netherlands: Springer (7/06-present). 

University:

Member, Committee on Academic Affairs, Bowling Green State University (1/11-present)

Faculty Advisor, Bowling Green State University Equestrian Team, Bowling Green, OH (10/06-present).

Member, Tenure and Promotion Review Committee, College of Education and Human Development, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH (8/06-present).

Member, Honors Advisory Council, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH (8/05-present).

Library Representative, School of Leadership and Policy Studies, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH (8/04-present).

National:

Member, Continuing Education Committee, Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology), American Psychological Association, Washington, DC (10/06-present).

Volunteer Speaker, APA TOPSS Speakers Bureau, Washington, DC (8/05-present).

Member, Association for Death Education and Counseling Advanced Certification Committee, Northbrook, IL (6/05-present).                 

Reviewer, PBL Clearinghouse, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (8/03-present).

Member, Human Resource Network, Association for Death Education and Counseling (8/98-present).

Member, Creating Research Capabilities Committee, ACCTION, Newtonville, MA (2/97-present)

Chair, SIG on Hypnosis in Counseling Psychology, Division of Counseling Psychology,  American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. (1/96-present).

Regional:

Member, Publications and Communications Committee, Mid-South Educational Research Association (9/01-present).

HONORS & AWARDS

Distinguished Researcher, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY (2000).

Special Merit Award, to R. Shepard, D. Fasko, & F. Osborne for “Intrapersonal Intelligence:  Affective Factors in Thinking,” Project Innovation, Publisher of Education, Chula Vista, CA (1998).

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Psychological Association (Member of Division 15:  Educational Psychology; Division 10: Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, & the Arts; Division 17:  Counseling Psychology, and Special Interest Groups on Children and Adolescents, and Hypnosis)

American Educational Research Association (Member of Division C:  Learning and Instruction; Division E:   Counseling and Human Development; and Moral Development and Education, and Teaching Educational Psychology Special Interest Groups)

Association for Death Education and Counseling (Networking Group on School Crisis Intervention)

Association of Informal Logic and Critical Thinking

ACCTION (Assure Critical and Creative Thinking in our Nations)

Council of Teachers of Undergraduate Psychology

European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (Member of Special Interest Group on Moral Development and Education)

National Council for Excellence in Critical Thinking

Psychonomic Society

Society of Educators and Scholars

Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis