Scott Warner, EdD, IDSA
Associate Professor of Applied Engineering, Safety, and Technology
Millersville University of Pennsylvania
Scott Warner has degrees in technology education from Millersville University (B.S.Ed., 1985), Ball State University (M.A.Ed., 1988), and West Virginia University (Ed.D., 2000). His professional resume includes teaching experiences at the middle school, high school, and university levels. Scott has been advocating design-based approaches to education throughout his career. His active memberships in the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) and the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) have provided him with professional forums to advance the cause of design-based education. He has authored, or co-authored more than 20 articles in various professional journals and has written three chapters in edited books. He has also given over 30 presentations to educators at state, regional, and international conferences. These articles, book chapters, and presentations have focused on design and creativity in technology education. He has been at Millersville University since 2004. In his current position as a teacher educator he prepares young people to move beyond standardized education and become designerly teachers.