Stan Silverman specializes in the application of instructional technologies to enhance teaching and learning in K-12 settings. He currently serves as the chair of the NYS Teacher Center Technology Committee, as a member of the NYS Board of Regents Technology Council, with the Professor Garfield Foundation, and is serving as a mentor in the Intel Education Accelerator. Silverman also runs the Technology Based Learning System Department that supports numerous grants and contracts supporting K-12 education throughout the United States, as well as coordinating the establishment of public/private partnerships in New York State.

He received his degree in Physics from SUNY Stony Brook and his administrative degree from C.W. Post (LIU).

Recent Projects/Research

  • Science Technology Entry Program
  • Northeast Comprehensive Center
  • Verizon STEM
  • BOCES R and D
  • STEAMed


  • E. Sanger, S. Silverman, A Kraybill “Developing a Model for Technology-Based Museum School Partnerships” Journal of Museum Education Volume 6, 2015
  • S.Silverman, C, Hunter, A, Seldow, R, Culatta Panel “To LMS or Not to LMS” South by Southwest March 5th 2014
  • S. Silverman, E, Murrary “Uncomnon Approaches to the Common Core- STEAMed” NYS UnCommon Approaches to the Common Core Aug 14, 2014
  • S.Silverman, M.Augusta, J. Pesavento “ Public Private Partnerships in Technology: NYS Teacher Centers” Educator’s Voice, Volume IV Spring 2011

Honors + Awards

  • Sept 2005: NYIT Presidential Award for Scholarship
  • April 2002: United States Distance Leraning Association Hall of Fame
  • April 2000: Smithsonian/Compuworld Laureate
  • 1996: Martin Luther King President’s Award
  • 1995: NYIT’s Presidential Service Award

Courses I Teach/Have Taught at NYIT

  • EDIT 605: Instructional Applications of Internet
  • EDMA 626: Mathematics, Science and Technology in Education II

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