Frank G. Giuseffi

Frank G. GiuseffiFrank Giuseffi is an Adjunct Instructor in the Doctor of Education Program at Lindenwood University. He holds undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Philosophy from the University of Central Missouri, a master's degree in Liberal Arts from St. John's College and his doctorate in Education from Lindenwood University. His research interests include the history of education, philosophy of education and the relationship between classical thinking and 21st century education.

Publications

Liberating Educational Technology Through the Socratic Method
Frank G. Giuseffi. © 2019. 11 pages.
Technology is now an essential component of classroom instruction. Instructors have come to terms with the realization that their students are “digital natives” who acquire...
The Socratic Way and Adult Learning: Exploring a Nelsonian View of the Socratic Method in Self-Directed Learning Encounters.
Frank G. Giuseffi. © 2019. 14 pages.
Adult learning experiences seem to be influenced by the activity of self-direction on the part of their learners. Adult learners come to educational encounters motivated and...
Emerging Self-Directed Learning Strategies in the Digital Age
Frank G. Giuseffi. © 2018. 257 pages.
Currently, society is becoming increasingly involved in self-directed learning for both intellectual and professional development. As such, it is imperative that both researchers...
Liberating Educational Technology Through the Socratic Method
Frank G. Giuseffi. © 2018. 9 pages.
Technology is now an essential component of classroom instruction. Instructors have come to terms with the realization that their students are “digital natives” who acquire...