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 and Awards

  • Sept 2005: Presidential Award for Scholarship, New York Tech
  • April 2002: United States Distance Learning Association Hall of Fame
  • April 2000: Smithsonian/Compuworld Laureate
  • 1996: Martin Luther King President's Award
  • 1995: Presidential Service Award, New York Tech

Courses Taught at New York Tech

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

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