Ron Bertolina

Professor of Computer Science

Office: LC-684
Phone: 301-387-3113
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"True learning involves a student's genuine involvement and is a lifelong commitment."

~ Ron Bertolina

Current Courses

CIS 105 (Docs)
CIS 150 (Docs)
CIS 200 (Docs)
CIS 151 (Docs)
CIS 201 (Docs)

Extracurriculars

 
Education and Awards
Robert Morris University, Master of Science
Frostburg State University, Bachelor of Science
Allegany College of Maryland, Associate in Arts

Technology workshops or webinars: Radford University of Virginia; Tech Ed in New Orleans, LA; Adobe Creative Cloud webinars
Garrett College Certifications of Achievement: Five and Ten Years of service
MOS certifications
Train-the-Trainer certifications
Who's Who Among America's Teachers: multiple years
Graphic Arts Technical Foundation Fellowship


Teaching Philosophy
The most effective adult teaching methods often involve hands-on activities, with an initial teaching of concepts and terminology. Ongoing active student review of material is essential in the full learning process. A student must be genuinely fully invested and motivated in the learning process to begin with. Successful teaching and learning are very closely tied together.

Professional Memberships
Robert Morris University Alumni Association
Frostburg State University Alumni Association
Allegany College of Maryland Alumni Association
Graphic Arts Technical Foundation