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Dr. Luke J Steinke

Dr. Luke J Steinke

Associate Professor

Office: 4024 - Klehm Hall
Phone: 217-581-6271
Fax: 217-581-6607
Email: lsteinke@eiu.edu
Dr. Luke Steinke is an Associate Professor in the Lumpkin College of Business & Applied Sciences School of Technology at Eastern Illinois University and currently coordinates the Organizational and Professional Development program at EIU. Dr. Steinke holds a PhD in Workforce Education and Development from Southern Illinois University, a Master's degree in Training, Development, and Performance Improvement and a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology from Northern Michigan University, and AAS from Moraine Park Technical College. He also is a certified Develop A Curriculum (DACUM) facilitator and is certified in E-Learning and Analyzing Human Performance by the Association for Talent Development.

Dr. Steinke has over 10 years of experience as an educator, trainer, and consultant. He is the author of several articles and presentations in the area of occupational training analysis and design, mentoring, learning styles, and measuring instructor and program quality. Additionally, Luke has served as a leader within Career and Technical Education as the board of directors and executive committee member with the Association for Career and Technical Education.
 

Frequently Taught Courses

OPD 4840 – Training Program Development
OPD 4855 – Web-Based Training and Instruction
OPD 4430 – Research in Organizations
TEC 5143 - Research in Technology
TEC 5203 - Analysis of Training and Development Issues
TEC 5233 - Training Systems Management
TEC 5283 - Instructional Systems Design
  

Education

Doctorate of Philosophy in Education, Workforce Education and Development
 2006
 Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Master of Science, Training, Development, and Performance Improvement
 2002
 Northern Michigan University: Marquette, Michigan

Bachelor of Science, Industrial Technology emphasis Industrial Management
 2000
 Northern Michigan University: Marquette, Michigan

Associate Degree, Graphic Communications
 1997
 Moraine Park Technical College: Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 

Professional Organizations

Journal of Technology Studies - Editorial Board
Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE)

Research

Developing curriculum connected to the workplace
Occupational and job analysis
Mentoring instructors and teacher quality

Selected Publications

Grant, G. J., Fazarro, D. E., Steinke, L. J. & (2014). Application of Problem Based Learning and Mastery Learning to Multimedia Education. Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development, 7(1). Available: http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/ojwed/vol7/iss1/7/
Steinke, L. J. & Putnam, A. R. (2011, Spring). Mentoring teachers in technology education: Analyzing the need. Journal of Technology Studies, 37(1), 41-49.
Steinke, L. J. & Putnam, A. R. (2009). The current status of technology education. Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development, 3(3). Available: http://opensiuc.lib.siu.edu/ojwed/vol3/iss3/3/
Fazarro, D. E., Putnam, A. R., & Steinke, L. J. (2008). What should Engineering Technology instructors know about learning styles? Improving the learning environment. Workforce Education Forum, 35(2), 21-31.
Steinke, L. J. & Putnam, A. R. (2008). Influencing technology education teachers to accept teaching positions. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 45(2), 71-90. Available: http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JITE/v45n2/pdf/steinke.pdf
Steinke, L. J. & Putnam, A. R. (2007). Why should I stay? Factors influencing technology education teachers to stay in teaching positions. Journal of Technology Education, 19(1), 57-70. Available: http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JTE/v19n1/pdf/steinke.pdf
Steinke, L. J. (2006). Factors influencing technology education teachers to accept and stay in teaching positions as perceived by leaders in state technology education associations (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, IL.
Steinke, L. J. (2002). Effective methods of overcoming barriers to adult participation in learning situations within the Wisconsin Technical College System (Unpublished master’s thesis). Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI.

Selected Conference Presentations

Steinke, L. J. & Hogan, R. L. (2014, Novement). Determining the level of skill needed for trainees using the DACUM rating scale. Presentation for the 2014 Association of Career and Technical Education VISION 2014, Nashville, TN.
Gaal, J. & Steinke, L. J. (2014, August). Applying Measures of CTE Teacher Quality to International TVET Programs. Presentation for the 2014 International Vocational Education and Training Association International Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
Steinke, L. J. & Hogan, R. L. (2014, March). Using Technology to Enhance the DACUM Process in Developing Occupational Training. Presentation for the 2014 SALT Conference, Orlando, FL.
Steinke, L. J. (2014, February). Tools for the Ever-Changing Workplace. Presentation for the 2014 Trustees Institute for Jointly Managed Training and Education Funds, Rancho Mirage, CA.
Steinke, L. J. & Hogan, R. L. (2013, December). Using DACUM to develop effective career and technical education programs. Presentation for the 2013 Association of Career and Technical Education VISION 2013, Las Vegas, NV.
Steinke, L. J. & Gaal, J. (2013, December). Measuring and understanding teacher quality to enhance career and technical education classroom effectiveness. Presentation for the 2013 Association of Career and Technical Education VISION 2013, Las Vegas, NV.
Hogan, R. L. & Steinke, L. J. (2013, November). DACUM curriculum design approach to developing the future workforce. Manuscript submitted for presentation for at the 2013 Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering Conference in New Orleans, LA.
Bell, T., Steinke, L.J., Reeve, E., Vaglia, J., Klein-Gardner, S., & Koch, D. (2012, November). Is the “sky falling”? What does the future hold for technology education professional associations? What is the vision and mission? What are the trends (e.g., membership, leadership, influence)? What does the future hold for the association? In G. Rogers & K. Welty (Co-Chairs), Perspectives of the Future of Technology Education. 99th Mississippi Valley Technology Teacher Education Conference, Nashville, TN.
Fazarro, D. E. & Steinke, L. J. (2012). Equipping ATMAE programs with nanotechnology courses: Developing the new white collar workforce. Presentation for the 2012 Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering Conference. Nashville, TN.
Steinke, L. J. (2011, November). CTE Curriculum Design: Connecting instruction to the workplace. Presentation for the 2011 Association of Career and Technical Education Conference, St. Louis, MO.
Steinke, L. J. & Gaal, J. (2011, November). Practitioner-based research for CTE educators: Developing studies that focus on outcomes-based education. Presentation for the 2011 Association of Career and Technical Education Conference, St. Louis, MO.
Steinke, L. J. & Putnam, A. R. (2010, December). Model mentoring programs for technology education teachers. Presentation for the 2010 Association of Career and Technical Education Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
Fazarro, D. E. & Steinke, L. J. (2010, December). Creating Nanotechnology Courses Using the DACUM Approach: Linking Academia and Industry to Create Programs for the 21st Century. Presentation for the 2010 Association of Career and Technical Education Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
Grant, G. J. & Steinke, L. J. (2010, October). Could you spare some change? Developing cost effective integrative learning for digital and print media courses in financially constricted times. Presentation for the 2010 Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering Conference in Panama City, FL.
Walser, P. & Steinke, L. (2009, March). Implementing Green Technology into the classroom to increase STEM participation. Presentation for the 2009 International Technology Education Association Conference in Louisville, KY.
Steinke, L. J., Fazarro, D. E., & Putnam, A. R. (2008, December). Implementing problem-based learning into technology education courses. Presentation for the 2008 Association of Career and Technical Education Conference in Charlotte, NC.
Steinke, L. J., Fazarro, D. E., & Grant, G. J. (2008, November). Implementing problem-based learning into multimedia technology courses: Reinforcing industries’ needs. Presentation for the 2008 National Association of Industrial Technology Conference in Nashville, TN.
Steinke, L. J. (2007, December). Factors influencing technology education teachers to accept and stay in teaching positions as perceived by leaders in state technology education associations. Paper presented at the eTED Research Symposium for the 2007 ACTE Convention in Las Vegas, NV.
Eaton, T., Scott, S. & Steinke, L. (2007, March). Reaching the 21st Century Leaner - Online versus Blended Courses. Panel session conducted at the Center for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning 21st Century Learner Conference at Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO.
Steinke, L. J. & Putnam, A. R. (2007, January). Factors influencing technology education teachers to accept and stay in teaching positions as perceived by leaders in state technology education associations. Paper presented at the 2007 Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
Fazarro, D. E. & Steinke, L. J. (2006, December). Introduction to technology education and demonstrations in pre-engineering computer-aided design. Outreach presentation and activities conducted at Westlake High School for the 2006 ACTE Convention in Atlanta, GA.

Funding & Grants

Steinke, L. J. (2014). Redden Fund for the Improvement of Undergraduate Instruction Grant, Eastern Illinois University. Grant awarded for the Consulting Skills Certificate through the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). Award amount: $1500
Steinke, L. J. (2012). Redden Fund for the Improvement of Undergraduate Instruction Grant, Eastern Illinois University. Grant awarded for the E-Learning Instructional Design Certificate Program through the American Society of Training and Development. Award amount: $1500
Steinke, L. J. (2011). Redden Fund for the Improvement of Undergraduate Instruction Grant, Eastern Illinois University. Grant awarded for the DACUM Training through The Ohio State University. Award amount: $1500
Steinke, L. J. (2010). Redden Fund for the Improvement of Undergraduate Instruction Grant, Eastern Illinois University. Grant submitted for the E-Learning Instructional Design Certificate Program through the American Society of Training and Development.
Steinke, L. J. (2009). Redden Fund for the Improvement of Undergraduate Instruction Grant, Eastern Illinois University. Grant awarded for the Analyzing Human Performance Certificate Program through the American Society of Training and Development. Award amount: $1500.
Steinke, L. J. (2008). Redden Fund for the Improvement of Undergraduate Instruction Grant, Eastern Illinois University. Grant awarded for Adobe Flash training to enhance use of technology in the classroom. Award amount: $1500.
Steinke, L. J. (2008). Faculty Development Support Grant, Eastern Illinois University. Grant submitted for enhancing use of technology in the classroom.



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