Mark Malone, PhD

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Mark Malone, PhD

Teaching and Learning
University Hall B-223

Biographical Information

Dr. Mark Malone has had administrative experience as interim dean, program coordinator, and department chair at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.


University of Colorado at Boulder

Clarion University of Pennsylvania

Clarion University of Pennsylvania


CURR 5501 Exploring the Science Curriculum

CURR 5502 Developing Manipulative Materials for Science Teaching

CURR 5503 Integrating Reading & Science

CURR 5511 Teaching Energy & Environment

CURR 5512 Energy & Environment Activities

CURR 5513 Activities for Teaching Earth Science

CURR 5514 Activities for Teaching Weather

CURR 5520 Activities for Teaching Physical Science

CURR 5521 Activities for Teaching Electricity & Magnetism

CURR 5522 Teaching Cosmology - Explaining the Universe

CURR 5530 Cutting Edge Science for Cutting Edge Teachers

CURR 5090 Research Project

TED 4650 & TED 5650 Elementary Science Methods

TED 3000 Contemporary American Education


Scholarly work has includes articles, books, conference presentations, and on-line activities related to teaching science at all levels of instruction.


  • National Science Teachers Association
  • Council for Elementary Science International
  • Association for Curriculum and Supervision Development



  • Serves in numerous university committees and offices related to faculty governance at the campus and CU system, campus and CU system budget, university policy and law, privilege and tenure. Past chair of the UCCS Faculty Assembly and the CU System Faculty Council


  • Serves as a science education consultant to numerous community groups.


  • Has served as a consultant to the Colorado Department of Higher Education and the leader of the Colorado Faculty Advisory Committee.