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Faculty Information


Faculty Name

Highest Degree

Assignment

Rank

Tenure Track?

Scholarship, Awards, Professional Activities

P12Experience

Allen-Brown, Vanessa K

Educational Studies; PhD University of Missouri-Columbia

Teaching, Research, Service Urban Educational Leadership; foundations courses

Associate

Yes

Allen-Brown, V. Twyman-Hoff, P. Alawadhi, and F. (2012) The Deculturalization of Hissuh and her Children: The Portrait of a Muslim mother’s struggle to participate in the educational decision-making of her children. In Urias, D. (Ed). The immigration & education nexus: A focus on the context and consequences of schooling. Boston, Massachusetts: Sense Publishing

University Faculty-student Mentoring Project, Cincinnati Public Schools

Barnett, David

PhD, School Psychology, Indiana State University

Teaching, Research, Service School Psychology Program

Professor

Yes

Institute for Educational Sciences: Principal member of the panel as well as Chair of a special education session (2009) 10 articles in professional journals; 3 book chapters; Editorial Review Board Member "Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation" and "Journal of School Psychology"; Guest Action Editor "Journal of School Psychology"

Mental Health Consultant, Northern Kentucky Head Start

Bauer, Anne Marie

Ed. D., Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Learning and Development (Special Education)

NCATE coordinator, assessment coordinator, Teaching, Research, Service; Special Education Program

Professor

Yes

Member of the Board of Examiners, NCATE; Member of the Board of Program Reviewers, CEC; Barnett, D., Bauer, A., Bell, S., Elliott, N., Haski, H., Barkley, E., Baker, D., &Mackiewicz, K. (2007). Preschool intervention scripts: Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis, 2(2), 158, 181. Sapona, R., Etienne, J., Bauer, A., Fordon, A. E., Johnson, L. J., Hendricks-Lee, M., & Vincent, N. C. (2006). Teacher education reform within university special education programs. Focus on Exceptional Children, 38(5), 1, 12.

Teacher, Head Teacher, Training Specialist, Special School District of St. Louis County Missouri

Beckett, Gulbahar

Ph.D. (majoring in TESL and Modern Languages) the University of British Columbia, Canada.

Teaching, Research, Service, TESL Program

Associate Professor

Yes

Beckett, G. H., & Postiglione, G. (2009). Ethnic minority education in China: Language policies and practices . Special issue of Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education: An International Journal.
Beckett, G. H (2009). Academic English as a Second Langue: Addressing gaps. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 13(1).
Beckett, G. H., & Stiefvater, A. (2009). ESL graduate student perspective changes on non-native English speaker-teacher . TESL Canada Journal.

Aksu Number 1 and Number 2 High schools, Aksu, China.

Benedetti, Mary

Ed.D. University of Cincinnati

Teaching, Research, Service, TESL Program

Associate Professor

Yes

Benedetti, M., Daio, X., Szabo, A., & Xiao, T. (March, 2012). ESL writers: How long to freshman composition? In progress.; Benedetti, M. Studies abroad and the development of cultural humility. In progress.Benedetti, M., Barajas, L., Nishida, Y., Szabo, A., & Xiao, T. Faculty and student perceptions of international students’ English language needs. Under review.

Teacher of English as a Second Language

Boat, Mary Barbara

Ph.D Special Education University of Minnesota

Graduate Coordinator, School of Education

Associate Professor

Yes

Boat, M. (11-2008). Finally! Developmentally and Individually Appropriate Assessment: The Arlitt Curriculum Outcome Measures for Preschool. NAEYC, Dallas, TX. oat, M. (04-2009). Measuring Number Sense in Young Children With and Without Disabilities. CEC, Seattle, WA. Boat, M. (05-2009). Accelerating Learning Outcomes: Instructional and Caring Contacts in the Head Start Classroom. NHSA Annual Training Conference, Orlando, FL.

Western Carolina University interdisciplinary birth through kindergarten teacher licensure program

Bond, Daniele

Master of Science, Family Relations & Human Development, (The Ohio State University

Teaching, Service, ECLC program

Asst. Professor/ Field Svc

No

Co-presenter of Is Online Education for Me? at the 11th annual eTech Ohio conference. eTech Ohio is a state agency whose focus is to inform, educate and promote interaction among students, educators, technology personnel and other community members interested in networking, sharing and building skills in the latest technological advancements. Co-presenter of Designing a Quality Online Early Childhood Education Program Lesson Learned from the University of Cincinnati. Presented at the 2009 NAEYC Conference in Washington, D.C. November 21, 2009.

Master teacher, Child Development Countil of Franklin County; Home Network Referral Specialist, Action for Children;

Breiner, Jon

Ph.D. Chemistry

Teaching, Research, Services; science content, middle childhood program

Assoc. Professor

Yes

The impact of inquiry experiences and explicit nature of science instruction on pre‐service teachers’ conceptions of the nature of science. J.M. Breiner, J.L. Brown. In preparation. Is it all in the name? Breiner, J.M. (2012). Invited Guest Editorial. School Science and Mathematics, 112(3), 131-132. What is STEM?: A Discussion about Conceptions of STEM in Education and Partnerships. J.M. Breiner, S.S. Harkness, C.C. Johnson, C.M. Koehler. School Science and Mathematics, Jan 2012.

University of Cincinnati, and the Winton Woods, Mt. Healthy and Princeton School Districts. Workshop for elementary school teachers in the Winton Woods, Mt. Healthy and Princeton school districts, Summer and Fall 1997.

Brown, Lionel

Ed.D. in Educational Administration, University of Cincinnati

Teaching, Research, Service, foundations of education

Assoc. Professor

Yes

1999-2000River Front Classic End Zone Club, Community Quarterback, Certificate of Appreciation; 1997Black Male Coalition of Cincinnati, Award for Past and Present Heroes;1996 Baptist Ministers Conference of Cincinnati and Vicinity Diversity Merit Award

Teacher (1969-1973)Garfield Elementary School (1969-1971) ArtHughes High School (1971-1973)

Brown, Rhonda

Ph.D. in Psychology, 1998

Florida Atlantic University



Teaching, Research, Service

Assoc. Professor

Yes

Kroeger, L.A., Brown, R.D., & O Brien, B.A. (in press). Connecting theory, research, and educational practice: A review of math intervention programs. Early Education and Development Bjorklund, D.F., Dukes, C., & Brown, R.D. (2009). The development of memory strategies. In N. Cowan & M. Courage (Eds.) The development of memory in infancy and childhood (2nd ed.) (pp. 145-175). New York, NY: Psychology Press. Brown, R.D., & Chiu, C.-Y.P. (2006). Neural correlates of memory development and learning: Combining neuroimaging and behavioral measures to understand cognitive and developmental processes. Developmental Neuropsychology, 29, 279-291.

2002 - Present Consultant, The School Board of Broward County, FL

Brydon-Miller, Mary

Ph.D. 1984. Environmental Psychology, University of Massachusetts

Urban Educational Leadership

Professor

Yes

University of Cincinnati African American Cultural and Research Center Award of Appreciation. February 2, 2005; The Future of Learning: Addressing Issues of Diversity Award. November 30, 2004.

Paola Freire Summer Conference Series, Participatory Research Project; 84-85; Accessibility Specialist, Independent Living Center, Amherst, MA 84-86

Camp, Emilie

Ph.D., New Mexico Middle Childhood and Bilingual Education

Middle and Early Childhood Programs Teaching and service

Field Service Assistant Professor

No

Camp, E. M. & Oesterreich, H. A. (2010). Uncommon teaching in commonsense times: A case study of a critical multicultural educator.  Multicultural Education 17(2). Baptiste, H. P. & Camp, E. M. (2008). Re-centering curriculum in the urban community: The need for participatory democracy and community-based curriculum.  The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice 1(4).

 2 years kindergarten

2 ½ years K-5 Spanish



Carnahan, Christina

Ed. D., University of Cincinnati, Special Education

Instruction and research, special education advanced programs

Assistant Professor

Yes

Carnahan, C. & Musti-Rao, S. (2009). Increasing academic engagement and literacy learning for students with autism. Education and Treatment of Children. Carnahan, C., Hume, K., Clarke, L., & Borders, C. (2009). Structured work systems and autism: Practical strategies for increasing engagement and independence. Teaching Exceptional Children.+F15Carnahan, C., Williamson, P., Clarke, L., Sorenson-Burthworth, R. (2009). Systematic approach to supervising classroom staff: A guide for teachers.

Intervention Specialist, and Social Communication Lead Teacher, Forest Hills School District

Carr, Victoria

EdD, Special Education, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Program Executive Director, Arlitt Child & Family Research & Education Center Graduate Coordinator, Early Childhood Education Program

Associate Professor

Yes

Carr, V.W. & Luken, E. (in press). Playscapes: A pedagogical paradigm for play and learning. In K.L. Hutchinson & T. Reed (Eds.) Pedagogy of play. International Play Association USA,. Denno, D.M., Carr, V.W., & Bell, S.H. (2010). Addressing challenging behavior in early childhood settings: A teacher’s guide. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes. Moomaw, S., Carr, V., Boat, M., Barnett, D. (2010) Preschoolers number sense. NCTM s Teaching Children Mathematics, 16(6), 332-340.

Executive Director, Arlitt Child & Family Research & Education

Crosby, Cate

Ph.D. Ohio State University

Teaching, Research, Service, TESL and Literacy

Assistant Professor

no

Crosby, C.R., Goldschmidt, M., & Ousey, D. (in progress). Teaching U.S-Educated Multilingual Writers across Classrooms and Institutions. In M. Roberge, K. Losey, and M. Wald (Eds.). Teaching U.S.-Educated Multilingual Writers : Practices from and for the Classroom. Crosby, C.R. (September 2012). Re-Imagining Teacher Education in the 21st Century: Shifting and Widening the Lens of Teacher Training for Mainstream and TESOL Teacher Candidates of Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Learners. In the International Journal of Innovation in English Language Teaching and Research

TESOL Teacher, Canal Winchester Public Schools

Daiello, Vittoria S.

PhD, Art Education, The Ohio State University, 2010

Instruction and Research, Art Education

Assistant Professor

Yes

Visual Arts Research Journal, 2010
2. DAAP Annual Teaching Award, 2011
3. Elected to serve on University Grievance Committee, 2011-2013

4 years as an art teacher in public schools

Dell, Laura

Doctoral Candidate; University of Cincinnati

Coordinator for online programs and instruction; Chair of the School of Education Licensure Council.

Academic Director

No

Dell, L. A., Griebling, S., Bond, D., & Neal, M. (2009, November). Designing a quality online early childhood teacher education program: Lessons learned from the University of Cincinnati. National Association for the Education of Young Children National Conference, Washington, DC.Dell, L. A., & Griebling, S. (2010, November). Design on a dime: Using open-source technologies for online instruction. National Association for the Education of Young Children National Conference, Anaheim: CA.Executive committee member for the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Children s Literature Conference, 2009 present.

Technology integration specialist for K-12 schools, advisor for high school theatre program, and experience as a museum educator working with K-12 schools.

Drake, Bob M

Ed.D. Mathematics/Science Education, Indiana University

Teaching, Research, Service, Curriculum and Instruction

Assoc. Professor

Yes

Spring 12 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference, Philadelphia. Writing to Develop and Diagnose Proportional Reasoning Skills.
Winter 12 Research Council on Mathematics Learning Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC. The "Write Stuff" for Learning Mathematics. Autumn 11 School Science and Mathematics Association Annual Conference, Colorado Springs. Writing for Understanding in Mathematics.

Mathematics teacher, Indianapolis Public Schools,



Elgas, Peggy

Ph.D Child Development Psychology from the Ohio State University

Teaching, Research, Service, Early Childhood Education

Associate Professor

Yes

Elgas, P. (April, 2011). A peer culture perspective of English language learner s social competence. In Kantor, R. & Fernie, D. (Eds.). Weaving a tapestry of daily life in the P 12 classroom: Ethnographic studies of peer culture and school culture. Hampton Press: New Jersey. Elgas, P. & Griebling, S., (Fall, 2010). The University of Cincinnati Study Group. The Ohio Study Group Experience. Information Age
Publishing. Elgas, P. (May, 2010). A peer and school culture perspective: An evolving construct in recent ethnographic research. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, Co,

Facilitates UC Reggio Emilia Study Group (monthly meetings, in-class observations, and school-wide professional development workshops for past 15 years).

Elliott, Jennifer

Ph.D., University of Virginia

Teaching, Research, Service

Assistant Professor

No

Gardner, M., Elliott, J., Fowler, C, Alrahsidi, M. (Submitted) (November 2012). Towards a framework for the design of mixed reality immersive education spaces. Paper presented at European Immersive Education Initiative Summit, Paris, France.
Elliott, J. Cincinnati Riverfront: A historical Immersive Experience. Demonstration presented at Immersive Education Initiative Summit, Paris, France.

Elementary teacher, Lynchberg (Virginia) Public Schools

Escue, Carlee

Ph. D., University of Florida

Ph.D. Development Committee; research

Assistant Professor

No

Escue, Carlee Poston. “Economic Hardships: Exploring Alternative Funding Sources.” National Center for Educational Statistics, Institute of Educational Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, (Escue, Carlee Poston and R. Craig Wood. “Identification, Distribution and School-level Allocation: Providing a Poverty Index Model Recognizing Distinctive Needs of Schools.” National Center for Educational Statistics, Institute of Educational Sciences, U.S. Department of Education,

Mathematics, Grades 9-12

Gonzalez, Virginia

Ph.D and M.A. from the University of Texas

Instruction, Service, Research TESL

Professor

Yes

Gonzalez, V. (2006). Profiles of cognitive development performance in gifted children: effect of bilingualism, monolingualism, and SES factors. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, 5(2), 142, 170.

Assistant Instructor: Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and Psychology Pontifical Catholic University of Lima-Perú.

Graden, Janet

PhD, School Psychology, University of Minnesota

Faculty, School Director, FTE 50%

Professor

Yes

Co-Director University of Cincinnati Center for Student Success; Coordinator UC Center for Student Success Summer Institute 2009 & 2010. 2 articles in professional journals; 6 presentations at state, regional, and national conferences.
Program reviewer for NASP/NCATE

Response to Intervention Consultant to school districts across Ohio and Kentucky

Grant-Overton, Cosette

Ph.D. Duquesne University; Urban Education

Teaching, Research, Service

Assistant Professor

No

Grant, C. (2013). Having Our Say: Perspectives on the Spiritual Implications of African American Female Doctoral Students’ Academic Success. International Journal of Leadership in Education (In Press). Grant, C. (2012). Gender-based Criterion to Increase or Improve Diversity in Educational Programming and Placement in k-12 Public Schools: Debating Issues in Education. Sage (In Press). Grant, C. (2012). Still I Rise: An Early-Career African-American Female Scholar’s Told Truths on Surviving Academia. Information Age (In Press).

Developed field-embedded internships

Gregson, Susan A.

Ph. D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Teaching, Research, Service

Assistant Professor

No

Gregson, S. (2011). Negotiating social justice teaching: One full-time teacher's practice viewed from the trenches. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 41(0). Special Issue: Equity in Mathematics Education. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) Nominations and Elections Committee (2012-2015)

Champaign Unit 4 & Urbana District 116, Champaign & Urbana, Illinois

Guo, Ying

PhD. in Educational Psychology, Florida State University

Teaching, Research, Service

Assistant Professor

No

Guo, Y., Piasta, S. B., Justice, L.M. & Kaderavek, J. (2010). Relations among preschool teachers' self-efficacy, classroom quality and children language literacy gains. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26, 1094-1103. Dobbs-Oates, J., Kaderavek, J. Guo, Y., & Justice, L.M. (2011). Effective behavior management in preschool classrooms and children's task orientation: Enhancing emergent literacy and language development. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 26 (4), 420-429. Guo, Y., Connor, C.M., Yang, Y., Roegrig, A.D., & Morrison, F.J. (in press) The effects of teacher qualifications, teacher self-efficacy and classroom practices on fifth graders' reading outcomes. The Elementary School Journal.

Preschool Field Assessor: Public Preschools in Columbus, OH, USA,
English Teacher: Shen Yang Hui Min High School, Shen Yang, China, Part-time English Teacher: Zheng Xing No. 2 Elementary School, Shen Yang, China,

Haring, Karen A

MA, College of Mt. St. Joseph

Teaching, Service, Middle School Field Coordinator

Asst. Professor/Field Svc

No

Stephen Kroeger, Mary Brydon-Miller, Chester Laine, Karen Troup, Karen Haring, Holly Johnson (04/15/2009). Stone Soup: Using Action Research to Create Opportunities for Program Integration in Teacher Education. American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA. C4C Community Partnership Grant in Cooperation with the Springer Center Presentation, State of Ohio TPA Conference

2001-2008 Seventh and Eighth Grade Teacher, math, social studies, language arts and art.

Harkness, Marshella L

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Curriculum and Instruction/Mathematics Education. Indiana University.

Teaching, Research, Service

Associate Professor

Yes

Anne Patterson Award. Association of Teacher Educators Indiana. Presentation at Turkey Run Conference). Award for paper: Harkness, S. S. and McGraw, R. (2001). Empowering Students: Collaborating to Examine Classroom Practice. Educational Enhancement Grant recipient sponsored by the IUPUI Graduate Student Association.

Mathematics Teacher and Department Chairperson: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Harper, Robert

Ed.D. Urban Educational Leadership, University of Cincinnati

Teaching, Research, Service

Assistant Professor

Yes

Koschoreck, J. W., Allen, J.G., & Harper, R.E. (2012, November). Social justice, dispositions, and leadership preparation: Can we effect a positive change? Paper proposal for the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) 2012 Annual Convention, Denver, CO. Allen, A., Zigler, T., Harper, R.E., Allen, J.G., & Jorissen, K. (2012, November). Context matters: Comparing the contexts of leadership preparation programs. Paper proposal for the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) 2012 Annual Convention, Denver, CO. Koschoreck, J. and Harper, R. (August 2011). Nurturing a disposition for social justice in an online environment. E-Poster Session at the Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning 2011, Madison, Wisconsin.

Director of Instrumental Music Education and Performance - Cincinnati, Oh; Director of Bands, Ripley, Ohio

Hawkins, Renee

PhD, School Psychology, University of Tennessee

Teaching, Research, Service

Assistant Professor

Yes

1. Editorial Review Board Member "Psychology in the Schools & Journal of School Psychology;" Associate Editor "Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools"
2. 16 articles in professional journals; 4 book chapters; 16 presentations at national and international conferences
3. Secretary/Treasurer Ohio Inter-University Council of School Psychology Trainers

School psychology Consultant, Learning Center, Norwood, OH

Haydon, Todd

Ph. D., University of Florida, , 2008 (Special Education: Emotional Behavioral Disorders)

Teaching, Research, Service

Assistant Professor

Yes

Haydon, T. (2009). A response to Diller and Lattal s comparison of radical behaviorism and Buddhism. The Behavior Analyst. Haydon T., Conroy M., Scott, T, ,Sindelar P. ,BarberB.,Orlando M. (2009). Comparison of three types of opportunities to respond on student academic and social behaviors. Journal of Emotional Behavior Disorders. Mancil, G. R., & Haydon, T.,& Schaefer-Whitby, P. (2009). The effects of social stories on aberrant behaviors of children with autism spectrum disorders during transitions. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities.Haydon, T.,Borders, C.,Embury, D.,Clarke, L. (2009). Using effective instructional delivery as a class wide management tool. Beyond Behavior, 18(2), 1-6.

School counselor, University City Schools

Henderson, Darwin

Ed.D., Elementary Education Northern Illinois University

Teaching, Research, Service

Professor

Yes

Henderson, D.L. & Young, T. (2011). Voices of multicultural authors. In R. Oswald and L. Smolen (Eds.), Multicultural literature and response: Affirming diverse voices. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited. Young, T., Stoney, R. & Henderson, D.L. (2010). Read me a story, storyteller. Childhood Education. (Under review). Henderson, D.L. & Young, T. (2009). Angela Johnson: Engaged with the Poetry of
Language. Journal of Children s Literature, 35. (2). Service: 2009 Interim Chair, Coretta Scott King Book Awards Committee, American Library Association.

Elementary School Counselor. Cedar Rapids Community School District. Cedar Rapids Lead Pre-School Teacher. College of Education Pre-School. Northern Illinois University. DeKalb, IL.

Hendrix, Janice Lynn

M.Ed. Child Development and Family Life University of Cincinnati

Teaching, Service, Early childhood program

Asst. Professor/Field Svc

No

Kappa Delta Pi Education Honorary Society
Phi Upsilon Omicron Home Economics Honorary Society
Professional Education Unit

Child Care Teacher and Preschool Director, 1977-1982

Hord, Casey

PhD, Purdue University, special education

Teaching, Research, Service, special education

Asst. Professor

Yes

Hord, C., & Bouck, E. C. (2012). A Review of Academic Mathematics Instruction for Students with Mild Intellectual Disabilities. Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 47, 389-400. Xin, Y. P., Hord, C., Zhang, D., Cetintas, S, Park. J., & Si, L. (in press). The effects of computer-assisted instruction in teaching conceptual model-based problem solving. Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal. Cetintas, S., Si, L., Xin, Y. P., & Hord, C. (2009). Automatic Detections of Off-Task Behaviors in Intelligent Tutoring Systems with Machine Learning Techniques. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies.

Middle School Mathematics Teacher; Special Education Teacher

Jacobs, Jennifer

Doctoral candidate, University of Cincinnati,

Program Coordinator, Early Childhood Learning Community

Academic Director

No

Jacobs, J. & Britt, D. (2010, June). Growing Infant Toddler Teachers. National Association for the Education of Young Children Professional Development Institute, Phoenix, AZ. Jacobs, J. &* Watts-Taffe, S. (2010). Vocabulary. In C.l Carnahan & P. Williamson, Quality Literacy Instruction for Students with autism spectrum disorders (pp. 321-354. Shawnee Mission, KA: Autism Asperger Publishing Company.

Family Childhcare Network Specialist, Child Care Center Education Director and Teacher

Johnson, Carla Jean

Doctor of Education, Curriculum & Instruction, 2003, University of Cincinnati

Program Coordinator, Middle Childhood Education

Associate Professor

Yes

Nominated by Ohio State Senator Teresa Fedor for the Edith Rathbun Award for Outreach and Engagement, University of Toledo, 2008.

Science Teacher: , Forest Hills School District, Science Teacher: Winton Woods School District, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1999-2000, sixth grade science. Science and Math Teacher: Upward Bound Program, University of Cincinnati, 1999-2001,

Johnson, Holly A

PhD in Language, Reading, and Culture, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Associate Dean Innovation and Outreach

Associate Dean

Yes

2009 CECH Representative, NCATE Transformational Initiative, National Press
Club, Washington, DC.
2009 Sylvia Boltz Tucker Award, Outstanding Leadership & Service, CECH.
2007 Outstanding Service Award, Division of Teacher Education, University of
Cincinnati

Sahuarita Middle School, Sahuarita, Arizona; Half-time Language Arts
and Reading teacher; Crestwood, Kentucky; Language Arts teacher

Johnson, Marcus Lee

PhD in Educational Psychology (2010), University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Teaching, Research, Service

Assistant Professor

Yes

Johnson, M.L., & Bungum, T. (2008). Aging Adults Learning New Avocations: Potential Increases in Activity Among Educated Baby-Boomers Educational Gerontology 11, 9702009-2010 Senior Chair, Graduate Student Committee (GSC), Division C (Learning and Instruction), American Educational Research Association (AERA). 2008-2009 Junior Chair, Graduate Student Committee (GSC), Division C (Learning and Instruction), American Educational Research Association (AERA).

2005-2006 Teacher, Clark County School District (CCSD), Nevada: Credentialed teacher for science & licensed substitute teacher. Long-term substitute position at Desert Pines High School, for Earth Science.

Koenig, Kathleen Marie

PhD, University of Cincinnati

Teaching, Research, Service

Associate Professor

No

Koenig, K. (January/February 2010). Building acceptance for pedagogical reform through wide-scale implementation of clickers. Journal of College Science Teaching, 46-50. Bao, L., Cai, T., Koenig, K., Fang, K., Han, J., Wang, J., Liu, Q., Ding, L., Cui, L., Luo, Y., Wang, Y., Li, L., Wu, N. (January 30, 2009). Learning and Scientific Reasoning. Science 323, 586-587.
Dani, D. & Koenig, K. (July 2008). Technology and reform-based science education. Theory into Practice, 47(3), 204-211.

High school physics from; director of Camp Invention (K-6), summer 2011; Research in middle and high schools for student development of scientific reasoning.

Kohan, Mark

Ed.D. candidate, University of Cincinnati

Teacher, Program Coordination

Academic Director

No

Kohan, M. (2006). What counts as research. In Undergraduate Writing Committee. (Eds.) Work in progress: a guide to English 101 at West Virginia University. (pp. 52-53) Littleton, Massachusetts: Tapestry Press, Ltd.
Kohan, M. (2006). Defining literacy activity. In Undergraduate Writing Committee. (Eds.) Work in progress: a guide to English 101 at West Virginia University. (pp. 59) Littleton, Massachusetts: Tapestry Press, Ltd.

High School Language Arts Teacher, West Virginia

Kroeger, Stephen

Ed.D., University of Cincinnati, Curriculum and Instruction-Special Education

Coordinator, Special Education

Assistant Professor

Yes

Kroeger, S. D., Burton, C.,, & Preston, C. (2009). Integrating evidence-based practices in middle science reading. Teaching Exceptional Children, 41(3), 6-15.
Kroeger, S., & Kouche, B. (2006). Using peer assisted learning strategies to increase response to intervention in inclusive middle math settings. Teaching Exceptional Children, 38(5), 6, 13.

Middle School Students with Behavioral Disorders, Forest Hills Schools, Cincinnati, OH

Laine, Chester H

PhD, Pennsylvania State University, Language Education

Teaching, Research, Service, TPA Coordinator

Assoc. Professor

Yes

University of Cincinnati, College of Education, Sylvia Boltz Tucker Award, Excellence in Teaching, Research and Service, 1986University of Cincinnati, George B. Barbour Award, 1993

Secondary English Teacher, Grades 9-12; New York, Pennsylvania

Lee, Jon

PhD. University of Louisville, Louisville KY

Teaching, Research, Service

Asst. Professor

Yes

Frey, A.J., Cloud, R.N., Lee, J., Small, J. Seeley, J., Feil, E., Walker, H.W., & Golly, A. (2011). The promise of motivational interviewing in school mental health. School Mental Health, 3, 1–12. McCart, A., Lee, J., Frey, A.J., Wolf, N. Choi, J.H., & Haynes, H. (2010). Response to intervention in early childhood centers: A multitiered approach promoting family engagement. Early Childhood Services, 4, 87-104.

Early Childhood Education Teacher, Childhood Programs Coordinator, 1; Early Childhood and Family Literacy Coordinator, G

Lentz, Francis E.

PhD, School Psychology, University of Tennessee

Teaching, Research, Service

Professor

Yes

Member University of Cincinnati Institutional Review Board; 3 articles in professional journals; 1 professional presentation; Admissions Coordinator, UC School Psychology

Evaluation and Training Consultant for school-based programs

Lynch, Ellen McDowell

Ed.d., University of Cincinnati, special education

Teaching, Research, Service

Associate Professor

No

Education Editor for the National Clearinghouse on Problem-Based Learning; Review Board for the Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning Lynch, E.M. & Cheatham, M.A. (in press). The Teacher Scholar Inquiry Group: Building a teaching commons among two-year and four-year faculty. In S.Sipple and R. Lightner (Eds.), Scheduling Scholarship: Faculty Learning Communities at Two-Year Colleges. Stylus Publishing. Sciarra, J., Dorsey, A., Lynch, E., & Adamson, S. (2013). Developing and administering a child care and education program (8th ed.). Clifton Park, NY: Cengage Learning (Formerly Thomson-Delmar Learning.)

Taught preschool for 3 years.

Malone, Duane M

0 The University of Georgia Ph.D. Child and Family Development

Teaching, Research, Service

Full Professor

Yes

Malone, D.M., & Troup, K.S. (in press). Kindergarten teachers’ perceptions of includingchildren with disabilities in general education classrooms. Early Childhood Education Journal.Malone, D.M., & Gallagher, P.A. (2009). Special education teachers’ attitudes and perceptions of teamwork. Remedial and Special Education. vol. 0: pp. 0741932509338362v1. Malone, D.M. (2009). Patterns of home- and classroom-based toy play of preschoolers with and without mental retardation. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 56(4), 333 347.

Teaching Assistant. McPhaul Child and Family Development Center, The University of Georgia.

Mayfield, Amy Elisabeth

Master of Education, Elementary Education, Xavier University; 1992

Program Coordinator, Early Childhood Education Primary Field Coordinator, Early Childhood Education Program

Assoc. Professor/Field Svc

No

Plevyak, L., & Mayfield, A. (2009). Environmental education within early childhood. ASTE Monograph: The
Inclusion of Environmental Education in Science Teacher Education. Springer Publishing. Mayfield, A. (2008).
Inquiry learning and the outdoors: What nature can teach us. Environmental Education Council of Ohio.
Perryville, Ohio. Service: 2007 - Present Field Council. CECH 2005 - Present Sarah Hunting Mayfield

Provide supervision in local 1-3 grades; Carson Montessori School, Teacher

Meyer, Helen

PhD., Science Education, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Program Coordinator

Associate Professor

Yes

Meyer, H., Maynard, K., & Harkness, S. (June 2010). Re-claiming the STEM Curriculum for Humanity. Paper presented at the XIV World Congress of Comparative Education Societies, Istanbul, Turkey.
Basham, J., Meyer, H., & Perry, E. (2010). The design and application of the digital backpack. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 42, pp. 339-359.
Stinson, K., Harkness, S., Meyer, H., & Stallworth, J. (2009). Mathematics and science integration: Models and definitions. School Science and Mathematics, 109, pp. 153-161.

Consultant, K-12 schools, Nambia

Millacci, Ann

Ed. D. Educational Administration, University of Cincinnati

Teaching, Service

Field Service Associate

No

Millacci, A.M. (2009, August). Student outcomes in face-to-face and online programs: Are there differences? 25th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI.Millacci, A.M. & Evers, N.A. (08-2008). Focus on quality: An evaluation model of an online programs. 24th Annual Conference on Conference on Distance Teaching, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.Milz, D. J. & Millacci, A.M. (03-2008). A sense of community in a distance learning environment. Ohio Digital Commons for Education Conference: The, Columbus, OH.

Admissions Counselor, State University of New York College of

Milz, Dan

Ed. D. Educational Administration, University of Cincinnati

Teaching, Service

Field Service Assistant Professor

No

Milz, D.J. (2007). Strategies for new leaders. 21st Annual HSTW Staff Development Conference Goals for the 21st Century: Increase Success, Decrease Failure, NewOrleans, LA. Milz, D.J. (2007). Designing, implementing, and evaluating an online portfolio. 23rd Annual Conference on Teaching & Learning, Madison, WI. Milz, D. J. (07-2006). \Are we there yet?\": Leadership for upgrading high school curriculum". 20th Annual HSTW Staff Development Conference, Orlando, FL.

Agriculture and Technology at Morrisville

Moomaw, Sally Coup

Doctor of Education, University of Cincinnati
Special Education

Teaching, Research, Service, Early Childhood Education Program

Asst. Professor

Yes

Moomaw, S. (2011). Developing mathematical reasoning in preschool and kindergarten. Baltimore, MD: Brookes. Moomaw, S., & Hieronymus, B. (2011). Much more than counting: Standards
edition. St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press. Moomaw, S., & Davis, J. (2010). STEM comes to preschool. Young Children,65(5), 12-18. Service:

Ohio K-3 Licensure, with Preschool Validation.
Taught inclusive preschool and kindergarten classes that included children funded by Head Start, tuition, and MRDD; Full-time teacher at Losantiville Elementary School


Morrison, Julie

PhD, School Psychology, University of Cincinnati

Teaching, Research, Service, School Psychology

Assistant Professor

Yes

Lead Evaluator for Ohio's State Personnel Development Grant, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. 9 articles in professional journals; 1 book chapter; 18 technical reports; 14 presentations at national and state meetings3. Coordinator of evaluation of Ohio Internship Program, Ohio Inter-University Council of School Psychology Trainers

Practicing school psychology in urban, public school system (1998-2003)

Pae, Hye

Doctorate from Georgia State University (GSU) in linguistics

Coordinator, TESOL Program

Assistant Professor

Yes

(PI) Pae, H. K. , Biliteracy Development of English-Korean Readers, University Research Council. 8,000. Funded 2008 to 2009.Pae, H. K., Sevcik, R. A., Morris, R. D., & Kwon, Y. (2008). Cross-Language Interdependence and Transfer: orthography, phonology, and semantics in the reading acquisition of shallow and deep orthographic scripts. Journal of Language Sciences, 15(1), 205-228.

Taught second-language reading at GSU as well as English and Communication at Georgia Perimeter College for eight years

Palmieri, Maria

Ph.D., Miami University Ohio

Data Manager, Instructor

Assistant Professor

No

Palmieri M, Edelmann RE, Schwind MA, Stevens H, Kiss JZ (2007) Effects of the Myosin ATPase Inhibitor 2, 3-Butanedione Monoxime (BDM) on Amyloplast Kinetics and Gravitropism of Arabidopsis Hypocotyls. Physiologia Plantarum 130:613 – 626 Palmieri M, Kiss JZ (2006) The Role of Plastids in Gravitropism. In: Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration. Eds. Wise RR, Hoober JK Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers (507 – 525) Palmieri M, Kiss JZ (2005) A Novel Technique for Flat-Embedding Cryofixed Plant Specimens in LR White Resin. Microscopy Research and Technique 68: 80 – 84

Prepared and delivered lectures and graded assignments on topics such as the Integrated Learning

Perez-Enriquez, Martha Patricia

MA, Special Education from Bayamon Central University, Puerto Rico

Instructor and Interpreter, Spanish Language Early Childhood Classes and Materials

Academic Director

No

Quality Matters Peer Reviewer Certification; Accrediting and Licensure Reviews, Cambridge College Puerto Rico Regional Center

Model, learning disabilities, learning styles, ESL and cross-cultural communication

Plano Clark, Vicki

PHD, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Teacher, Research, Service

Asst. Professor

Yes

Creswell, J. W., & Plano Clark, V. L. (2011). Designing and conducting mixed methods research (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Plano Clark, V. L., & Creswell, J. W. (in progress). Understanding research: A consumer's guide (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.

Teaching assistant, Michigan State University

Plevyak, Linda

Ph.D. Ohio State University

Teaching, Research, Service; coordinator Curriculum and Instruction

Assoc. Professor

Yes

North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). (2010). Early childhood environmental
education programs: Guidelines for excellence. Washington, DC: EETAP. (Writing Team)
Plevyak, L. & Campbell, K. (2008). Multiple intelligences: Analysis of a language arts curriculum. Ohio Journal of English Language Arts, 48(2), 53-58.
Plevyak, L. (2007). Preservice teachers learning in an inquiry-based early childhood education (Prek-3)
science methods course. Journal of Elementary Science Education, 19(1), 1-13.

Taught kindergarten, first & third grades in Mojave, CA.

Porter, Ann

Ph.D. in Music Education from Florida State University

Instruction, Chair of Music Education

Professor

Yes

Co-authored article in peer-reviewed journal, Influences on Career Choice among Music Education Audition Candidates: A Pilot Study. Journal of Research in Music Education, (57), 292-307, 2010. 2) President of District 14 Ohio Music Educators Association3) Steering Committee Member for Instrumental Music Teacher Educator Symposium 2011
4) 2010-2011 served on the Provostal Academic Master Plan Committee

11 years in K-12

Prats, Harry James

M. Ed., University of Cincinnati

Teaching, Research, Service

 

No

Executive Board, Teaching Academic Survival Skills Conference Chair Elect, College Literacy and Learning, SIG, International Reading AssociationM.A. Admissions Coordinator, EDST program

Taught 8th grade Spanish and English for 1 year.

Raider-Roth, Miriam

Ed.D., Harvard

Teaching, Research, Service

Associate Professor

Yes

Rodgers, C & Raider-Roth, M. (2011) “Presence in Teaching” in Day, C. (Ed) International Handbook on Teacher and School Development.Stieha, V. and Raider-Roth, M. (2011) “Disrupting Relationships: A Catalyst for Growth.” In Faulkner, J (Ed.) Disrupting Pedagogies and Teaching the Knowledge Society: Countering Conservative Norms with Creative Approaches. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 16-31.Raider-Roth, M. (2011). “Listening to the Heartbeat of the Classroom: Bringing the Listening Guide to School” in Davis, P.C. Enacting Pleasure. London: Seagull Books.

High School English Teacher

Schroeder, Sarah

MS Communication, University of Cincinnati

Instructional Designer and Assistant Professor

Field Assistant

no

2012. “Brain-Based Design: Where Universal Design and Quality Matters Meet.” Quality Matters National Conference, Tucson, AZ.
2012. “Roundtable: Engaging Faculty,” GCCCU Conference. Presenter. Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities.
2012. “Losing Control: Preparing Students for the Future through Classroom Technology Use,” GCCCU Conference. Presenter. Regional Conference.

Online teaching materials developer

Seo, Kay

Ph.D.

Curriculum and Instruction/Instructional Design and Technology

Asst. Professor

Yes

Seo, K., & Tindall, D. (2011). Inspiring personal and social transformation through avatar role play in an online immersive virtual environment. In G. Kurubacak & V. Yuzer (Eds.), Transformative Online Education and Liberation: Models for Social Equality. Idea Group Inc. deNoyelles, A., & Seo, K. (2010). Designing and facilitating learning communities in social 3D multi-user virtual environments. International Journal of Innovation in Education, 1(2). Seo, K., Curran, A., Jennings, N., & Collins, C. (2010). Creating a new mobile learning community with podcasting. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning, 20(1).

Taught in-service and pre-service teachers "Technology and Education: Applications and Implications" at Rock Hurst University: Involved in the Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Project as a Project Evaluator

Smith, Allison Dawn

Ph.D

Teaching, Research, Service

Asst. Professor

Yes

June, 2008 Mayor Paul National Travel Award, Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders (SRCLD)
November, 2007 Research Mentoring-Pair Travel Award, American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)

Speech-Language Pathologist, , Cincinnati, Ohio

Stitzlein, Sarah

PhD, University of Illinois

Teaching, Research, Service

Assoc. Professor

Yes

Stitzlein, Sarah M. Teaching for Dissent: Citizenship Education and Political Activism. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2012. Stitzlein, S. M. (2008). Breaking bad habits of race and Gender, Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

K-12 Mathematics Instructor,

Stringfield, Sam

Ph.D. Temple University

Teaching, Research, Service

Director, School of Education

Yes

Stringfield, S., S., Shumer, R., Stipanovic, N., & Murphy, N. (in press). Programs of Study: A cross-study examination of programs in three states. International Journal of Educational Reform, 21(4). Hopkins, D., Stringfield, S. Harris, A., Stoll, L., & Mackay, T., (in press). School and system improvement; Reynolds, D., Sammons, P., DeFraine, B., Townsend, T., Van Damme, J., & Stringfield, S. (in press). Educational effectiveness research: A state of the art review. School Effectiveness and School Improvement.

Teacher, Therapeutic Preschool, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Swoboda, Christopher M.

PhD, Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Teaching, Research, Service

Assistant Professor

No

Kim, J.S., & Swoboda, C.M. (2010). Handling omitted variable bias in multilevel models: Model specification tests and robust estimation. In J.J. Hox & J.K. Roberts (Eds.), Handbook of advanced multilevel analysis, 2010. Swoboda, C.M., Kratochwill, T.R., & Levin, J.R. (2010). Conservative dual-criterion method for single-case research: A guide for visual analysis of AB, ABAB, and multiple-baseline designs (WCER Working Paper No. 2010-13). Retrieved from University of Wisconsin- Madison, Wisconsin Center for Education Research
Walman, M.A., Russell, D.C., Coyle, C.T., Enright, R.D., Holter, A.C., & Swoboda, C.M. (2009). The effects of a forgiveness intervention on patients with coronary artery disease. Psychology and Health, 24, 11-27.

Statistician

Theado, Connie

Ph.D, English Composition and Rhetoric

Coordinator, Literacy and Second Language Studies

Asst. Professor

Yes

Kendall Theado, C. (Forthcoming/2013). Narrating a nation: Second wave immigration, literacy, and the framing of the American identity. JAC: A Quarterly Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Rhetoric, Culture, & Politics. Kendall Theado, C. (2010). Left behind: The high stakes of (il)literacy in the 21st century. Open Words: Access & English Studies, 4(2), 4-22 Kendall, C., Kirkman, D., & Thoune, D. (2008). Assessment narrative: R1 university model. NCTE— WPA White paper on writing assessment in colleges and universities: Assessment gallery and resources (pp. 41-46).

English Teacher, North College Hill Schools

Tracy, Robert Gregg

Ed. D., University of Cincinnati

Program Coordinator, Educational Leadership

Field Service Assistant Professor

No

Tracy, R. Gregg (2000). Principals' perceptions of professional development and professional development delivery systems (work in progress).Tracy, R. Gregg & Weaver, Carmon (2000). Aspiring Leaders Academy in response to the principal shortage.Tracy, R. Gregg & Liechty, Margaret (2000). The importance of leadership support in the adoption and implementation of an innovative language arts program. (Ohio Journal of English and Language Arts.

Principal, Lebanon City Schools; Finneytown High School, Milford Ex. Village Schools Principal (K-6), Whitewater Valley ES, Crosby ES, Southwest Local Schools School Psychologist,

Troup, Karen S.

B.S.Ed. University of Cincinnati
Special Education, June 1981

Field Placements and supervision, special education

Asst. Professor/Field Svc

No

Troup, K. S. & Malone, D. M. (2002). Transitioning preschool children with developmental concerns into kindergarten: Ecological characteristics of inclusive kindergarten programs. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 14, 339-352. Kroeger, S., Bauer, A.M.Johnson, H., Laine, C., Meyer, H., Haring, K., & Troup, K. (2010). Teaching as a Moral Practice: Defining, Developing, and Assessing Professional Dispositions in Teacher Education. Murrell, Diez, Feiman-Nemser, & Schussler. 2007-2011 Co-PI, OSEP 325T Grant to prepare HQT special educators.

Taught special education preschool for 9 years, community preschool for 5 years and adult services teacher for 5 years.

Wang, Leigh Lihshing

Post Doc University of California at Los Angeles (2000)

Teaching, Research, Service

Assoc. Professor

Yes

O Brien, B.A., Wolf, M., Miller, L.T., Lovett, M.W. & Morris, R. (in press). Orthographic
processing efficiency in developmental dyslexia: An investigation of age and treatment factors at the
sublexical level. Annals of Dyslexia. DOI: 10.1007/s11881-010-0

ESL teacher, 1979-1996

Watts Taffe, Susan

Ph.D., 1991

Major: Reading Education,


State University of New York at Buffalo

Teaching, Research, Service

Assoc. Professor

Yes

Distinguished Teaching Award, College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota, 1996
Outstanding Article Award, Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading, 1996
Faculty Summer Research Fellowship, University of Minnesota Graduate School, Summer, 1996

Teacher - Williamsville Central School District, Williamsville, New York,
Special Education Teacher - Williamsville, New York,

Williams, Cheri L

Ph. D. The Ohio State University Educational Theory & Practice: Language, Literature & Reading (1991)

Teaching, Research, Service, Literacy program

Assoc. Professor

Yes

2009 UC Golden Apple Award for Most Impact on Graduate Student Education in Literacy



Elementary School Teacher, 1979-1982; Deaf Education Teacher, 1982-1984

Zydney, Janet

New York University; Ph.D. in Educational Communication and Technology

Teaching, Research, Service, Instructional Technology

Asst. Professor

Yes

Project Director, "Math Pursuits: Individualizing Math Instruction to Students Based on Their Learning Needs" (2006-2009), Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, $400,000. Co-Principal Investigator, "Enabling Students to Achieve Math Proficiency Through a Technology-Based Approach" (Project Suspended), Sub-contract through CNA Corporation's Education Center, Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, $1,500,000.:Zydney, J.M., Stegeman, C.A., Bristol, L., & Hasselbring, T.S. (2010). Improving a multimedia learning environment to enhance students' learning transfer, attitudes, and engagement. International Journal of Learning Technologies, 5(2), 147-165.

Technology and Media Education Consultant for New York City Public SchoolsTaught an applied chemistry and basic chemical engineering class for eighth-grade girls
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