Evaluation Reports & Publications

Select Evaluation Reports

  1. Blackmon, A. (2017). Summative Evaluation Report: NRI: Co-Robots for COMPUGIRLS – Culturally Responsive Robotics Education for Underrepresented Girls Award Number:1427399, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  2. Blackmon, A.T., Barned, N.E. (2017). NSBE SEEK 2016 Comprehensive Final Evaluation Report (RE Monograph No. 36). Atlanta: Innovative Learning Concepts, LLC.
  3. Blackmon, A. (2016). HBCU-UP Implementation Grant: Comprehensive Approach to Retention and Persistence in STEM: Summative Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 1137472, University of Virgin Island, St. Thomas, Virgin Island.
  4. Blackmon, A.T., Wagner, M., Falkenberg, K. (2016). Increasing Talent Through Increasing Diversity (RE Monograph No. 35). Atlanta: Innovative Learning Concepts, LLC.
  5. Blackmon, A. (2014). Summative Evaluation Report: Impact of the Advancing Spelman’s Participation in Informatics Research and Education (ASPIRE) program on undergraduate students’ science motivation and preparation for graduate school. NSF Award No. 0714553, Spelman College, Atlanta, GA.
  6. Blackmon, A. (2012). Biotechnology and Bioinformatics—Institute of Food Safety Science Program: Summative Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 0903158, Florida State College, Jacksonville, FL.
  7. Blackmon, A. (2012). Spelman College Phenomenological Investigations for Introductory Physics Summative External Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 0837216. Spelman College, Atlanta, GA.
  8. Blackmon, A. (2010). Tri-Regional Information Technology Program: Tri-IT Summative Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 0833628, Florida State College, Jacksonville, FL.

Publications and Writing Contributions

College Me Career Me: Building K12 Engineering Success

STEM-2026-Vision-for-Innovation-September-2016

Transformation through Social Innovation

MCLC Final Program Report

Dr. Blackmon talks about the Cultural Relevance in Science Teaching

http://stelar.edc.org/events/itest-webinar-cultural-relevance-science-teaching