Appointed Assistant Professor at Miami University, 1971
Appointed Full Professor, 1990
Graduate Faculty Level A (re-appointed, 11/2001)
Early Ritirement, July 1, 2007
Rehired for Spring, 2008-9-10 semesters
Fully retired, May, 2010
Sherman, L. W. (2002). Ig Nobel Prizes: Analysis of Satirical Humor that Parodies The Nobel Prize. A presentation to the 14th International Conference on Humor and Laughter, Bertenoro, Italy, University of Bologna, Italy, July, 2002.
Sherman, L. W. (2002). Creative Problem Solving in a
Cooperative Community: KALABOPOLIS (An in-depth experiential
session). International Conference of the International Association for
the Study of Cooperation in
Education, Manchester, England, June, 2002.
Recipient of the 2nd annual Best of Ohio awards, 2001, "Best Mad
Scientist". Ohio Magazine,
Recipient of the 2001 Ig Noble Prize
Carels, P. and Sherman, L. W. (2001). Kalabopolis: Creative problem solving in a cooperative setting. A presentation to the Lilly Conference, New England. North Eastern University, Boston, MA: November 2-3 2001.
Sherman, L. W., and Taylor, A. (2001). Experimentally manipulated bias in school psychologists' scoring of WISC-III protocols. A presentation to the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Division D: Measurement and Research Methodology. Chicago, IL, October 26, 2001. ERIC DOCUMENT 462432
Hofmann, R. and Sherman, L. (2001). The Pervasiveness of poverty as an indicator of school effectiveness. A presentation to the Mid-Western Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL: October 26, 2001.
Sherman, L. W. (2001). Socially faciliating effects of humor in specialized groups. A presentation to the 2001 International Humor Conference of the International Society of Humor Studies. University of Maryland, July 6-9, 2001.
Sherman, L. W. (2001). Cooperative Learning and Computer-Supported Intentional Learning Experiences. In (Chris Wolfe, editor), Learning and Teaching on the World Wide Web. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 113-130. http://www.users.muohio.edu/shermalw/wolf_chapter-draft3-25.htm
Sherman, L. W. (2000). Postmodern Constructivist Pedagogy for Teaching and Learning Cooperatively on the Web. CyberPsychology and Behavior: Special Issue. (Volume 3, No 1, 2000).
Sherman, L. W. (1999). We electronically practice what we preach! Newsletter of the Internaional Association for the Study of Cooperation in Education. Volume 17, No. 4. January, 1999.
THE 1999 AERA PRESENTATION Computer Support for Collaborative Learning (CSCL)in Higher Education: A Postmodern, Constructivist Pedagogy For Teaching Educational Psychology Cooperatively: A Paper Presentation: 1999 Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association: (SIG/Text, Technology, and Learning Strategies), 20 April, 1999. Montreal, Canada.
THE 1998 LILLY PRESENTATION CSILE (Computer Support for Intentional Learning Experiences) as Applied to Teaching Cooperatively: A Presentation to the 18th Annual Lilly Conference on College Teaching. 21 November, 1998.
SOCIOMETRY IN THE CLASSROOM: How To Do IT
H HOWARD GARDNER'S MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES: An Inservice Presentation to Independence Elementary School, Lakota School District. November 4, 1997; AND AGATE: Lane Library Oxford, Ohio, 22 April, 1998.
Warnars-Kleverlaan, N., Oppenheimer, L., and Sherman, L. (1996). To be or not to be humorous: Does it Make a difference? Humor: International Journal of Humor Research, (9)2, 117-141.
Sherman, L. W., (1995). A Postmodern, Constructivist and Cooperative Pedagogical Strategy for Teaching Educational Psychology Assisted by Computer Mediated Communication. A paper presentation to the ComputerSupport for Collaborative Learning '95 International Conference( CSCL'95) . Bloomington, Indiana, Indiana University, 17-20 October, 1995.
Sherman, L., McMahon-Klosterman, K., Meyer, S., and Stephens, P. (1994). "Kids Can Make A Difference, Too!": A demonstration of an interagency Collaborative Project using Cooperative Learning and Telematiques. A presentation to the 8th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Cooperation in Education (IASCE), Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, 9-11 July, 1994.
Hofmann, R., and Sherman, L. W. (1994). Contextualized self-concepts of musically talented students and the Faustian bargain. A paper presentation to the annual meetings of the Midwest Educational Research Association (MWERA), Chicago, IL, October, 1994.
Sherman, L. W. (1993). Organizer of the 11th [ 4th (ISHS) ] International Conference on Humor and Laughter (October, 1993). Miami University's John E. Dolibois Campus, Grand-Duche de Luxembourg, Europe.
Millis, B., Sherman, L., and Cottell, P. (1993). Stacking the DEC to Promote Critical Thinking: Applications in Three Disciplines. Cooperative Learning and College Teaching, 3(3), 12-14. (equally shared authorship) (Refereed) [COOPERATIVE PEDAGOGY
L. (1991) . Cooperative Learning
in Post Secondary Education: Implications from Social Psychology for
Experiences. A presentation to the annual meetings of the American
Research Association, Chicago, IL, April 3-7, 1991.
Sherman, L. (1990). The
Ensemble. The Gourd,
Volume 20, No. 2, pp. 5-6, ISSN 0888-5672, Summer 1990. Ohio
Gourd Society, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338
Sherman, L. W. (1989b). A Comparative study of cooperative and competitive achievement in two secondary biology classrooms: The group investigation model versus an individually competitive goal structure. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 26(1), 55-64. (Blind Review). [COOPERATIVE PEDAGOGY]
Sherman, L. W., and Oppenheimer, L. (1989). Affordances in preschool lesson structures and socially competent task-related behaviors: A Gibsonian ecological re-enterpretation. In L Mark (editor), Preceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Event Perception and Action: Coupling Perception and Action. Oxford, OH: Miami University, 24-28 July, 1989, pp. 155. ERIC DOCUMENT ED 346-948.
Sherman, L. W. (1989). Deborah Hill's Humor in the classroom. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research, 2(1), 81-84. (Book Review)
Sherman, L. W. (1988). Humor and peer acceptance in elementary school children. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research, 1(4), 389-404.
Sherman, L. W. & Woy-Hazelton, S. (1988). The student team project: A long-term cooperative strategy in graduate environmental studies. Paper presentation to the Fourth Convention of the International Association for the Study of Cooperation in Education. Kibbutz Shefayim, Israel, July 5-8, 1988. ERIC DOCUMENT, ED 299-872.
Sherman, L. W. (1988). Cooperative classroom pedagogies in
undergraduate education. Paper presentation to the Fourth
Convention of the International Association for the Study of
Cooperation in Education. Kibbutz Shefayim, Israel,
July 5-8, 1988. ERIC DOCUMENT ED 299-873.
Sherman, L. W. (1987). The
oxford gourd ensemble: A dispersed and continuing conceptual piece
with occasional site-specific performances. Experimental Musical Instruments,
II (6), April, 1987, pp. 15-17.
Sherman, L. W. (1986). Cooperative vs Competitive Educational Psychology Classrooms: A Comparative Study. Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research Studies, 2(4), 283-295. [Peer-reviewed, Referred].
Sherman, L. W. (1985). Humour and social distance ratings among elemenary school children: some differential sex and age patterns. In Desmond MacHale (editor), The 5th International Conference on Humour: Book of Abstracts. Doublin, Ireland: Boole Press Limited, p. 97. ERIC DOCUMENT ED 263-976.
Sherman, L. W. (1985). John Birks"Dizzy" Gillespie and the humour of bop. In Desmond MacHale (editor), The 5th International Conference on Humour: Book of Abstracts. Doublin, Ireland: Boole Press Limited, p. 99.
Sherman, L. W. (1985). Humor and social distance. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 61, 1274.
Sherman, L. W., &;Wolf, A. (1984). Intrapersonal perceptions of shyness and humor as related to interpersonal perceptions of social distance and humorousness. In Avner Ziv (editor), The 4th International Conference on Humor: Program Abstracts. Tel Aviv, Israel: Univesity of Tel Aviv, ERIC DOCUMENT ED 249-459.
Sherman, L. W. (1984). Development of children's perceptions of internal control: A cross-sectional and longitudinal analysis. Journal of Personality, 52(4), 338-354.
Sherman, L. W., and Gordon, K. D. (1982). Architecture and humor. In L. E. Mintz (editor), Third International Conference on Humor: Conference Abstracts. Rockville, MD: Workshop Library on World Humor, American Humor Studies Association and Montgomery College, p. 38.
Hofmann, R., and Sherman, L. W. (1982). The relationship between Piagetian cognitive states and children's conceptualization of humor. In L. E. Mintz (editor), Third International Conference on Humor: Conference Abstracts. Rockville, MD: Workshop Library on World Humor, American Humor Studies Association &;Montgomery College, p. 89-90.
Kounin, J. S., and Sherman, L. W. (1979). School environments as behavior settings. Theory Into Practice, 18(3), 145-151.
Sherman, L. W. (1977). Ecological determinants of gleeful behaviors in two nursery school environments. In A. J. Chapman and H. C. Foot (editors), It's a Funny Thing, Humor. New York, NY: Pergamon Press, pp. 357-360.
Sherman, L. W. (1975). An
ecological study of glee in small groups
children. Child Development, 46, 53-61.