Curriculum Vitae

 
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Rebecca West Burns

Scholar of Supervision in Teacher Education

The University of South Florida, College of Education
4202 East Fowler Ave. EDU 202, Tampa, Fl 33620
Email: rebeccaburns@usf.edu 
www.rebeccawestburns.com

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

 

2012 – Present

The University of South Florida, Tampa Campus

Assistant Professor of Education

Department of Childhood Education and Literacy Studies

Elementary Education Program

  • Awarded Distinguished Program in Teacher Education by the Association of Teacher Educators, 2014 (Key member of program development and program nomination team)
  • Awarded Exemplary Professional Development School Achievement Award by the National Association for Professional Development Schools, 2014 (Key member of program development and program nomination team)

Lead Faculty, Cohort 2014 Urban Teacher Residency Partnership Program

Research Interests in Supervision, Professional Development Schools, Teacher Education, Hybrid Educators, and Teacher Educator Education

 
 

2007 – 2012

The Pennsylvania State University, University Park Campus

Ph.D. Candidate in Curriculum and Instruction

Emphasis in Supervision

Graduate Assistant, Elementary Professional Development School

Professional Development Associate, Elementary Professional Development School

Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate Graduate Representative

College of Education Faculty Council Graduate Representative

 
 

2002 – 2007

Boyertown Area School District

Elementary Educator (Grade 6), Gilbertsville Elementary School, Gilbertsville, PA

Outdoor Learning Classrooms Project Founder and Chairperson

Science Curriculum Committee Member

Mathematics Remediation Teacher

First Energy Education Advisory Council Member

School Advisory Committee Member

 
 

ACADEMIC PREPARATION

 

2007 – 2012

The Pennsylvania State University

Ph.D. Curriculum and Supervision

Emphasis in Supervision

2002 – 2008

The Pennsylvania State University

M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction

Science Education Concentration

1998 – 2002

The Pennsylvania State University

B.S. Elementary Education

Spanish Minor

 
 

PROFESSIONAL AND LEARNED SOCIETIES

Current

 
Since 2013

Since 2013

Member since 2012, Membership Committee since 2013

Member since 2012, Membership Committee since 2013

Since 2012

Since 2012

Since 2010

Since 2010

 
 
Since 2008 Professional Development Schools Research Special Interest Group, Supervision and Instructional Leadership Special Interest Group

Since 2008

Professional Development Schools Research Special Interest Group, Supervision and Instructional Leadership Special Interest Group

Since 2008 Elected Board of Directors

Since 2008

Elected Board of Directors

Since 2005

Since 2005

 
 

Past

 
2008 – 2010

2008 – 2010

2007 – 2012

2007 – 2012

2002 – 2008

2002 – 2008

 
 

RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP

Represented as Publications and Juried Presentations and Papers

Publications

 
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Scholarly Journals

Burns, R. W., & Badiali, B. (Under Review). Identifying pedagogical skills of supervisors: Unearthing the intricacies and complexities of learning to supervise.

Burns, R. W., & Badiali, B. (Revise and Resubmit). When supervision is conflated with evaluation: Teacher candidates' perceptions of novice supervision.

Jacobs, J., Burns, R. W., & Yendol-Hoppey, D. (Revising to Submit). Supervision in an accountability climate: Understanding educators' experiences with professional learning under differing high stakes sanctions. The Journal of Educational Change.

Burns, R. W., Yendol-Hoppey, D., & Jacobs, J. (Accepted). High quality teaching requires collaboration: How partnerships can create a true continuum of professional learning for educators. The Educational Forum. A Publication of Kappa Delta Pi.

Burns, R. W., & Badiali, B. (In Preparation). Framing conceptual, procedural, and emotional mentoring for supervision.

Burns, R. W. (2010). Desperate times call for drastic measures: How far would you go to teach a lesson in respect?. The Catalyst for Change: Journal of the National School Development Council (36)1.

Nolan, J., Badiali, B., Zembal-Saul, C., Burns, R. W., Edmondson, J., Bauer, D., Queeney, D., & Wheland, M. (2009, Fall). The Penn State-State College Elementary Professional Development School Collaborative: A Profile. School-University Partnerships: The Journal of the National Association for Professional Development Schools (3)2, pp. 19-30.

Burns, R. W. (2008). Book review: The speed of trust. The Catalyst for Change: Journal of the National School Development Council, (35)2, pp. 42 – 44.

 
 

Book Chapters

Dennis, D., Burns, R. W., Davis, J., Jacobs, J., & Yendol-Hoppey, D. (In Preparation). Problematizing clinical education: What is our future? Chapter proposal accepted for R. Flessner & D. R. Lecklider (Eds.), The power of clinical preparation in teacher education. Rowman & Littlefield Education in assocation with the Assocation of Teacher Education.

Burns, R. W. (In Preparation). My professional journey. Chapter proposal accepted for D. Kemp (Ed). Dignity of the calling: Educators share the beginnings of their journeys.

Burns, R. W. & Badiali, B. (2013). Preparing teacher educators in the professional development school context. In J. Perry & D. L. Carlson (Eds.), In their own words: A journey to the stewardship of the practice in education. Information Age Publishing.

Arbaugh, F., Nolan, J., Parks, K. & Burns, R. W. (2012). The practices and knowledge of school-based teacher education practitioners. In M. Macintyre Latta & S. Wunder (Eds.). Placing practitioner knowledge at the center of teacher education: Rethinking the policy and practice of the education doctorate. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

 
 

Newsletters and Other Practitioner-Oriented Publications

Powell, R. L., Burns, R. W., Ward, J., Persbacker, S., Kondash, A., Norton, L., & Mercer, S. (In Press). "These kids": Supporting pre-service teachers' understanding of a culturally diverse student population. PDS Parnters.

Burns, R.W., Yendol-Hoppey, D., Badiali, B., & Nolan, J. (2013). Let’s learn together. The Kappan.

 
 
 

Juried Presentations and Papers Presented

 
 

2014

Burns, R. W., & Badiali, B. (2014, April). Conceptual, procedural, and emotional mentoring: The reframing of supervisor learning to practice to learning from practice. Proposal under review for the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association in Philadelphia, PA.

Jacobs, J., Burns, R. W., & Yendol-Hoppey, D. (2014, February). Understanding the role and function of the PST supervisor: A review of the empirical literature. Presentation accepted at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators in St. Louis, MO.

Yendol-Hoppey, D., Jacobs, J., Davis, D., Burns, R. W., van Ingen, S., Dennis, D., & Tricarico, K. (2014, March). Preparing the next generation of teacher educators to lead innovative teacher education: Clinically rich, equity-focused, and inquiry based. A four paper symposium accepted at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education in Indianapolis, IN.

Burns, R. W., Powell, R. L., Safara, K., & Kondash, A. (2014). Prioritizing depth in the field experience: Examining looping with pre-service teachers. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools at the PDS National Conference in Las Vegas, NV.

Burns, R. W., Powell, R. L., Baker, W., Reyes, Y., Robertson, M., & Ortiz, S. (2014). Content-focused coaching: Conceptualizing structures, roles, and supervisory practices for supporting preservice teacher education in the content areas. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools at the PDS National Conference in Las Vegas, NV.

Johnson, W., Burns, R. W., Baker, W., Bellas, A., Reyes, Y., Safara, K., Perrone, F. (2014). Developing teacher leaders together: Design principles and challenges of creating a school-wide, differentiated professional development experience. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools at the PDS National Conference in Las Vegas, NV.

Papke, A., Burns, R. W., Vlk, A., Ortiz, S., & Makris, C. (2014). ActivLearning in an ActivClassroom: Using Promethean Technology to differentiate teaching and learning. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools at the PDS National Conference in Las Vegas, NV.

 
 

2013

Burns, R. W., & Badiali, B. (2013, October). Identifying pedagogical skills of supervisors: Unearthing the intricacies and complexities of learning to supervise. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision in State College, PA.

Burns, R. W., Dennis, D., Davis, J., van Ingen, S., Gelfuso, A., Powell, R., Baker, W., Mercer, S., & Wulf, T. (2013, October). Content-focused coaching: Conceptualizing structures, roles, and supervisory practices for supporting pre-service teacher education in the content areas. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision in State College, PA.

Jacobs, J., Burns, R. W., Yendol-Hoppey, D., Arndt, K., Casciola, V., Powell, R., Rakes, L., Ward, J., & Pennington, S. (2013, October). What do we know about pre-service teacher supervision since the release of the NCATE PDS Standards and Blue Ribbon Report? A review of the literature. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Council of Professors of Instructional Sueprvision in State College, PA.

Burns, R. W., & Badiali, B. (2013, April). The impact of novice supervision on teacher candidates in a PDS context. Paper accepted at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association in San Francisco, CA.

Burns, R. W. (2013, April). Conceptualizing the pedagogical skills of supervisors. Paper accepted at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association in San Francisco, CA.

Burns, R. W., & Hazi, H. (2013, April). Perspectives on technology-driven supervision: Creating the conversation in a climate of accountability. Panel accepted at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association in San Francisco, CA.

Burns, R. W., & Badiali, B. (2013, February). The impact of novice supervision on teacher candidates in a PDS context. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in New Orleans, LA.

Badiali, B., Burns, R. W., Nolan, J. (2013, February). The PDS as a laboratory of practice for preparing the next generation of teacher educators. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in New Orleans, LA.

Powell, R. L., Ward, J., Persbacker, S., Kondash, A., Norton, L., Burns, R. W. (2013, February). “These kids”: Supporting preservice teachers’ understanding of a culturally diverse student population through an inquiry-oriented assignment. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in New Orleans, LA.

Ward, J., Powell, R. L., Mercer, S., Persbacker, S., Kondash, A., Norton, L., Burns, R. W. (2013, February). The evolution of mentor-preservice teacher matching within a PDS. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in New Orleans, LA.

 
 

2012

Burns, R. W., & Badiali, B. (2012, October). Conceptualizing supervision in a PDS context. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision in Asheville, NC.

Jacobs, J., Burns, R. W., & Yendol-Hoppey, D. (2012, October). Supervision in a climate of accountability: Understanding educators’ experiences with professional learning. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision in Asheville, NC.

Burns, R.W. (2012, April). Conceptualizing supervision in a PDS context: A case analysis. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association in Vancouver, Canada.

Burns, R. W. (2012, March). Supervision in the PDS: Understanding is characteristics and multiple pedagogies. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Las Vegas, NV.

Burns, R.W., Badiali, B., Barthmaier, L., & McDonald, C. (2012, March). A paradigmatic shift in pedagogy: Using conversation as inquiry groups with undergraduates to restructure the seminar experience. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Las Vegas, NV.

Alexander, M., Burns, R. W., Kitt, M.J., & Wheland, M. (2012, March). iSupervision: Exploring the iPad as a supervisory tool in the PDS context. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Las Vegas, NV.

 
 

2011

Burns, R. W. (2011, October). Developing teacher leaders in a professional development school context: The transformative nature of the hybrid role. Presented at the annual meeting of the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision in Aguadillo, Puerto Rico.

Burns, R. W. with Nolan, J., & Dewitt, K. (2011, October). A paradigmatic shift in pedagogy: Using conversation as inquiry groups with undergraduates to restructure the seminar experience. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Dewitt, K., Burns, R. W., & Stahl, C. (2011, October). Examining interpersonal relationships between student teachers and their supervisors. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Stoicovy, D., & Burns, R. W. (2011, October). Turning learning inside out: Finding teacher voice through professional development. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Burns, R. W. (2011, April). The transformative nature of the hybrid role. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Burns, R. W., Dewitt, K., Stahl, C., & Pollick, T. (2011, March). Examining the interpersonal relationships between interns and their student teaching supervisors. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Burns, R. W., Stahl, C., Lunsford, S., & Shoemaker, K. (2011, March). Deepening reflective practices through focused observations and video analysis. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Stoicovy, D., & Burns, R. W. (2011, March). Bringing teacher voice to self-directed professional development: Lessons learned. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in New Orleans, Louisiana.

 
 

2010

Burns, R. W., & Dewitt, K. (2010, October). Examining the interpersonal relationships between student teachers and their supervisors. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators in Harrisburg, PA.

Burns, R. W. (2010, October). Understanding the transformative nature of the hybrid role. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators in Harrisburg, PA.

Burns, R. W. (2010, April). The journey back: A case study examining the re-enculturation of a hybrid educator. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association in San Francisco, CA.

Ballock, E., Reilly, C., Burns, R. W., & DeWitt, K. (2010, March). Hitting the ground running: A panel discussion on developing teacher educator identities and praxis on the job, within a PDS context. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Orlando, FL.

Burns, R. W. (2010, March). Understanding the transformative nature of the hybrid role. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Orlando, FL.

Burns, R. W. with Stoicovy, D., McGarry, L., & Fricker, M. (2010, March). No learner left behind: The impact of differentiated professional development on students, teacher candidates, and current educators. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Orlando, FL.

Burns, R. W. with McDonald, C., & Washell, D. (2010, March). Digging deeper: Using video analysis to unearth the intricacies of novice teacher reflection and supervisory practices. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools.

Stoicovy, D., Burns, R. W., Cody, J. L., & Cullin, E. S. (2010, March). Turning learning inside out: Self-directed professional development. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association in Philadelphia, PA

 
 
 

2009

Burns, R. W., & Washell, D. (2009, November). Digging deeper: Using video analysis to deepen reflective practices of novices and supervisors. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development in Harrisburg, PA.

Burns, R. W., with Zembal-Saul, C., & Washell, D. (2009, October). Reflection goes high tech: Using video analysis to construct evidence-based decisions about teaching and learning. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators in Harrisburg, PA.

Badiali, B., Nolan, J., Edmonson, J., & Burns, R. W. (2009, October). Signature pedagogies, laboratories of practice, unconventional capstones and clinical rotations: Program designs for the education of teacher educators. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators in Harrisburg, PA.

Burns, R.W., & Washell, D. (2009, July). Digging deeper: Using video analysis to unearth the intricacies of novice teacher reflection and supervision. Presented at the Penn State Summer Conference for Partnerships and Professional Development Schools in State College, PA.

Burns, R.W. (2009, June). The journey back: A case study examining the re-enculturation of a hybrid educator. Poster and paper presented at the annual Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference in Ohio.

Johnson, G., Burlingame, P., Burns, R.W., Salem, M., & Tack, H. (2009, April). Engaging students with program learning outcomes using blogs. Presented at the annual meeting of the Penn State University Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium in State College, PA.

Badiali, B., & Burns, R.W. (2009, March). Deliberately using the PDS to prepare future teacher educators. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Daytona, FL.

Burns, R.W., & Badiali, B. (2009, March). The journey back: A case study examining the re-enculturation of a hybrid educator. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Daytona, FL.

Burns, R.W. with Stoicovy, D., Ciuffetelli, L., & Harris, P. (2009, March). Turning learning inside out: Professional development in a PDS. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Daytona, FL.

Burns, R.W. with Washell, D., & Harris, P. (2009, March). Digging deeper: Using video analysis to unearth the intricacies of novice reflection and supervisory practices. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Daytona, FL.

 
 

2008

Burns, R.W., & Washell, D. (2008, October). Making thinking visible: Using video analysis technology to examine problems of practice. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators and the Pennsylvania Education Research Association in Harrisburg, PA.

Burns, R.W. with Hershberger, K., Kur, J., & Donaldson, J. (2008, April). Arriving home: Unpacking experienced teachers’ decision-making processes through video analysis. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Orlando, FL.                                  

Burns, R.W., & Washell, D. (2008, April). Beyond reflective practice: Using video analysis technology to examine problems of practice. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Professional Development Schools in Orlando, FL.

Zembal-Saul, C., Burns, R.W., & Hershberger, K. (2008, March). Making the transparent visible: Using video-analysis to reveal the expert decision making of elementary teachers during science instruction. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education in Las Vegas, NV.

 
 

2007

Nolan, J., & Burns, R. (2007, October). The impact of professional development schools on mentor teachers. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators in Harrisburg, PA.

Nolan, J., Burns, R.W., & Grove, D. (2007, October). Classroom learning environments. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators in Harrisburg, PA.

 
 

EDITORIAL WORK

 

2013 – Present

AERA Division K, Section 6: Field Experiences, Proposal Reviewer and AERA Supervision and Instructional Leadership SIG, Proposal Reviewer

2012 – Present

AERA PDS Research SIG,
Proposal Reviewer

2011 – 2012

Journal of Teacher Education,
Graduate Student Reviewer

 
 
 

2012 – Present
Teachers College Press,
Book Proposal Reviewer

2010
Taking Stock of Professional Development Schools: What’s Needed Now, The National Society for the Study of Education Yearbook, Reviewer

 
 

GRANT WRITING AND FUNDED PROJECTS

Funded

 

2013

Mort Teacher Leader Academy
Burns, R. W. with William Woodland Johnson, III (Principal of Mort Elementary). Funded.

2012

CREATE SCHOLARS Program (December)
Jacobs, J., Green, B., Burns, R. W., Parker, A., Yendol-Hoppey, D.
University of South Florida. $5,000 and 5 Graduate Assistants. Funded.

 
 
 

2011

The iSupervision Initiative: Using the iPad as a Supervisory Tool. Supported.

2008 – 2010

Turning Learning Inside Out: Differentiated School Wide Professional Development.
Park Forest Elementary School. State College, PA. $55,000 with Donnan Stoicovy, Principal. Funded.

 
 

Unfunded

 

2013

The Promethean Project (Co-Principal Investigator)

A Collaborative Project among the USF College of Education, USF College of Business, and Promethean Technologies

Alsopp, D., Burns, R. W., Yendol-Hoppey, D., Sang, P., Welsh, J., & Torres, V.

University of South Florida. Undisclosed amount. Unfunded.

2012

Coach-a-Bull Grant Proposal (November)

Yendol-Hoppey, D.Burns, R. W.Jacobs, J.,
& Winkleman, R.

University of South Florida. $45,000. Unfunded.

2008

ING Unsung Heroes Grant in support of differentiated professional development. $25,000 with Donnan Stoicovy, Principal. Unfunded.

 
 
 

CONSULTING EXPERIENCES

 

2012 – Present

University of South Florida Annual Inquiry Conference, Planning Committee, Tampa, FL

  • Served on a planning committee with university faculty across the College of Education to plan and implement the first annual inquiry conference for undergraduates, teachers, doctoral students, and university faculty.
 
 

2010

Professional Development Consultant, Krause Center for Innovation, Los Altos Hills, CA

  • Collaborated with Gay Krause and her staff to implement and analyze professional development experiences for K-12 teachers regarding being and becoming technologically innovative with their practice.
 
 

2009 – 2010

Conference Planning Committee, Penn State Summer Conference for Partnerships and Professional Development Schools

  • Collaborated with scholars throughout the nation to determine a theme and a call for proposals for the first annual meeting of this conference.
 
 

2008 – 2009

Professional Development Consultant with Dr. Bernard Badiali, Clearfield Area School District, Clearfield Co., PA

  • Co-planned and facilitated a two-day training workshop for 20 teachers and administrators from varying levels and years of experience to assist them in developing group facilitation skills.

Conference Planning Committee, Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators           

  • Collaborated with college teacher educators throughout the state to determine a theme and strands as well as reviewed proposals for the annual meeting.
 
 

2008

Educational Consultant and Academic Advisor, Penn State University, State College, PA

  • Advised incoming freshmen during their First Year Testing Counseling Advising Program.
 
 
 

PEDAGOGY AND TEACHING

 

University of South Florida

Courses Taught

  • Classroom Management (EDE 4301), Undergraduate (2012)
  • Level 1 Field Experience (EDE 4941), Undergraduate (2012)
  • Level 2 Field Experience (EDE 4942), Undergraduate (2013)
  • Level 3 Final Internship (EDE 4940), Undergraduate (2013 - Present)
    • Teacher Leadership Certificate
    • Coaching for Student Learning (EDE 6556), Graduate (2013)
  • Teacher Research for Student Learning (EDE 6486), Graduate (2014)
  • RED 6748 Teacher Researcher Methods in Reading, Graduate (2014)

Course Lead

  • Creating & Differentiating Learning Environments in Elementary Schools (EDE 4504), Undergraduate (2013 - Present)
  • Instructional Planning for Diverse Learners (EDE 4301), Undergraduate (2013)

Courses Developed

  • Teaching and Learning with Technology for Educators (TBD), Graduate (Masters)
  • Creating & Differentiating Learning Environments in Elementary Schools (EDE 4504), Undergraduate
  • Instructional Planning for Diverse Learners (EDE 4301), Undergraduate
 
 

Penn State University

Courses Taught

  • Classroom Learning Environments Course (CI 405/EDLDR 405), Undergraduate
  • Clinical Application of Instruction Elementary Education (CI 495B), Undergraduate
  • Practicum in Student Teaching: Elementary and Kindergarten Education and Professional Development Practicum (CI 495D & F), Undergraduate
  • Teaching Science in the Elementary PDS (SCIED 458), Undergraduate
  • Video Analysis of Teaching (CI 498C), Graduate
  • Research Based Classroom Strategies That Improve Student Achievement (CI 497C), Graduate

Courses Developed

Video Analysis of Teaching (CI 498C), Graduate

Research Based Classroom Strategies That Improve Student Achievement (CI 497C), Graduate

 
 
 

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

 

2014

Spirit of Partnership Award to the University of South Florida given by the University of South Carolina for an institution’s commitment to bringing scholars and practitioners to the National PDS Conference.

  • In 2014, I supported the inquiries of 2 principals, 6 inservice teachers, 4 preservice teachers, and 2 doctoral students at the National PDS Conference in Las Vegas, NV.
  • In 2013, I supported the inquiries of 1 principal, 1 inservice teacher, 1 preservice teacher, and 2 doctoral students at the National PDS Conference in New Orleans, LA.

Association of Teacher Educators Distinguished Program in Teacher Education given to the Elementary Education Partnership Programs

  • Key member of the program development and program nomination team.

National Association for Professional Development Schools Exemplary Professional Development School Achievement Award given to the Elementary Education Partnership Programs

  • Key member of the program development and program nomination team.
 
 

2012

American Education Research Association Professional Development School Research Special Interest Group Dissertation Scholar Award

 
 

2011

Phi Delta Kappa Andrew V. Kozak Fellowship Award

 
 

2010

American Education Research Association Professional Development School Research Special Interest Group Scholar

Arthur Blumberg Scholar. Given by the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision

Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory Scholar

 
 

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

 
2003 – 2004 People to People Student Ambassadors, Delegation Leader, Australia, New Zealand, & Europe

2003 – 2004
People to People Student Ambassadors, Delegation Leader, Australia, New Zealand, & Europe

2001 Curriculum and Supervision 496A, Travel / Study Seminar in Puerto Rico

2001
Curriculum and Supervision 496A, Travel / Study Seminar in Puerto Rico

1998 Spain Cultural Immersion, Madrid, Toledo, Seville, Malaga, Torremolinos, Spain

1998
Spain Cultural Immersion, Madrid, Toledo, Seville, Malaga, Torremolinos, Spain

1997  Marine Biology Course, St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica

1997
 Marine Biology Course, St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica

 
 

Contact Me

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