John Mascazine, Associate Professor of Education, has been a classroom science and
math teacher of twelve years at the elementary, middle, and high school levels before
studying for his doctorate degree.
His specialty is science education and the integration of mathematics and technology.
His research areas of interest include: Learning Strategies / Study Habits and Twin
and Multiple-birth Student learning / school experiences. He has consulted for schools
and twin support organizations locally, nationally and internationally.
Dr. Mascazine has presented at local, national, and international conferences and
continues to write and conduct research on issues in science education and twin education
issues. He regularly attends conferences such as those sponsored by the Conference
on Academic Research in Education (CARE), Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference
(EQRC), American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences (AABSS), School Science
Mathematics Association (SSMA), National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), and
International Society for Twin Studies (ISTS).
He is also active in presenting workshops for teachers and parents, and enjoys working
with local schools and students. Dr. Mascazine holds a B.S. in Education from Ohio
Dominican and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Ohio State University.