Professor Hope J. Hartman Ph.D., Cognitive Psychology        Professor of Educational Psychology  City College of New York, City University of New York 138th St. @ Convent Ave. New York, NY 10031  hhartman@ccny.cuny.edu  Retiring and moving to N.C. 2013

Professor of Educational Psychology: CUNY Graduate School              

Recent Chapters

2012 "Consuming and Constructing Knowledge through WebQuests. In Increasing Student Engagement and Retention using Online Learning Activities: Wikis, Blogs and Webquests - Volume 1 of the Cutting-edge Technologies in Higher Education series, C. Wankel & P. Blessinger, Eds. Emerald Publishing Group, London.

2011 "Social Annotation to Enhance Learning and Assessment in Higher Education". Lebow, D., Lick, D. Hartman, H., Dalglish, C. & Grundmann, O. in  C. Wankel (Ed.) Educating Educators with Social Media.pp.  261-278. Emerald Publishing Group. London.

2010 "Windows into Teaching and Learning through Social Annotation Practices". Ch. 21.pp. 427-450.  In M. Khine and I. Saleh, (Eds.) "New Science of Learning: Cognition, Computers and Collaboration in Education". Springer, USA.

2009  "New Technology for Empowering Virtual Communities" . Lebow, D., Lick, D. & Hartman, H. in the Encyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking 1066- 1071, 2nd edition. Springer: New York.



Links to Books & Selected Chapters by Hope Hartman  

My most recent book is: (2009) "A Guide to Reflective Practice for

New and Experienced Teachers" McGraw-Hill.  Available at Amazon.

 Visit my Amazon Author page

 Visit my  Google course web sites:

Adolescent Learning & Development  &

Psychology of Learning and Teaching,           

and my  WebQuest, " Discovering and Uncovering Piaget"


To learn more about WebQuests and online learning, visit

Check out HyLighter's social annotation http://www.hylighter.com. 

Free for educators during Beta testing.

Scroll down for access to resources on educational and developmental                                                  psychology and instructional technology/multimedia learning.  

Read the obituary on my mentor, Howard E. Gruber and a link to the web site in his honor: http://davidlavery.net/Gruber/

Here is a picture and part of an  obituary on Michael J. Holub, my husband, who died December 11, 2001         due to Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, which recurred post-transplant. Project Self-Sufficiency's new campus in Sussex County,  New Jersey has been named after him for his vital contributions.

New Media Lab CUNY Graduate Center

RESOURCES: Educational and Developmental Psychology and Instructional Technology
My Image of a Self-Directed Learner
Theoretical Framework:  BACEIS Model of Improving Thinking, Hartman & Sternberg, 1993 This is a link to a Word document  from "A Guide to Reflective Practice for New and Experienced Teachers" (Hartman, 2009, pp.11-14) summarizing the theory and the Rich Instructional Model (RIM) derived from the theory.
Conference Presentations this Century
2012 Peer Led Team Learning Summer Institute. City College of New York, July 2012. Three presentations:  Cognitive Science and PLTL, Collaborative Learning for PLTL and Peer Leader Skills

2007 Building Communities of Teaching and Learning through Technology. CUNY General Education Conference. Queens College, New York, New York, May, with Campbell Dalglish (Powerpoint Slides).

2006  "Hypermedia Enhanced Lesson Plans Across the Curriculum and School Levels" (Powerpoint Slides) New Educator Conference, CCNY, New York, New York October

2005 "Shine A New Light On Teaching and Learning".  Florida Educational Technology Conference with Dale W. Lick, David G. Lebow, Hope J. Hartman, Edie LeBas. Orlando, FL. January.

2004 MUVEing Towards the Future: Vygotsky in the Virtual Classroom  Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education. Atlanta, April 

2004Interactive Annotation in Teaching and Learning  Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education. Atlanta, G.  April.  David G. Lebow, Dale W. Lick & Hope J. Hartman 

2003 How Did They Do That? Handouts from Presentation at SITE  Society for Information Technology in Education   14th Annual Conference Albuquerque, New Mexico with Doris Grasserbauer

Multimedia Web Sites 1. Teaching Strategies that Promote Active, Meaningful Learning  (Spring 2001Undergraduate) Human Learning & Instruction;  Undergraduate & Masters: Adolescent Learning & Development Fall 2001  Spring 2002      2. Learning Strategies that Promote Self-Directed/Self-Regulated Learning Fall 2002 (Undergraduate childhood education students in Inquiry into Learning course.        

Ed Psych Resources: Learning, Instruction & Technology- theory, research, practice           Pages 1,2, 3          
Adolescent Learning & Development Resources Page 1
Instructional Technology Resources  Page 1      Virtual Reality & Other Technology-Related Resources
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