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Terry Ford

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Teresa L. Ford (Terry), Ph.D.
The Evergreen State College
SEM 2 A 3102
2700 Evergreen Parkway
Olympia, WA 98505
Voice mail: 360-867-6713
Fax: 360-867-6553
E-mail: fordter evergreen.edu

HIGHER EDUCATION

  • Ph. D. Washington State University, 1993, Literacy Education.
  • Ed.M. Washington State University, 1988, Secondary Education.
  • B.A. Whitman College, 1983, English, major; education and physical education, minors.
TEACHING CERTIFICATE
  • Washington State K-12, Continuing, Cert. # 255659E, issued 9/01/87.
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT

1997- The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA.

1993-97 Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA.

Assistant Professor School of Education

  • Educ 324, General Methods in the Elementary Schools
  • Educ 325, Reading in the Elementary Schools
  • Educ 357, Media & Technology in K-8 Education
  • Educ 358, Practicum I: K-3 Classrooms
  • Educ 408, Language Arts in the Elementary Schools
  • Educ 412, Social Studies in the Elementary Schools
  • Educ 493/Csci 322, Computers in the Classroom
  • Educ 503, Social Issues in Children's Literature
  • Educ 538, Strategies for Whole Literacy
  • Educ 529, Adolescent Literature
Field Supervisor
  • Practicum Placement and Supervision, Elementary
  • Student Teacher Supervisor, Elementary, Secondary and MA+Certification programs
1990-93 Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Teaching Assistant Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

  • El/Se 306, Survey of Elementary Reading and Language Arts
  • El/Se 307, Survey of Children's Literature
  • El/Se 450, Content Area Reading
Adjunct Faculty Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • El/Se 539, Innovations in Language Arts
Research Assistant Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • El/Se 480/50, Multicultural Education in a Global Society
  • El/Se 499, Opening Doors: A World of Graduate Study for Minority Students
  • Task Force Committee qualitative data analysis
  • Practicum Planning Committee for culturally diverse K-12 setting
1983-90 Harrison Middle School, Sunnyside, WA.

Teacher - Grades 6- 9

  • Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies, PE., Health.
Instructional Leader
  • Department Head 7th grade bloc - 3 years
  • Department Head Reading - 2 years
  • Homebase Coordinator - 2 years
  • Reading, Language Arts, and Social Studies SLO Revision Committees - 7 years
  • Middle School Transition Steering Committee - 2 years
Coach
  • High School /Middle School Volleyball - 7 years
  • Middle school basketball - 6 years
  • Middle School Track - 7 years.
1981-84 Sports Camps International, Grand Rapids, MI

Volleyball Coach

  • Volleyball Summer Camps - 4 summers

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • American Educational Research Association (AERA)
  • Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)
  • National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)

PUBLICATIONS

ARTICLES

Ford, T., & Dillard, C. (1996). Becoming Multicultural: A Recursive Process of Self and Social Construction. Theory into Practice. 35(4), p. 232-238.

Ford, T. (1997). Place and Space for Confrontation: Are We Prepared? In Fifth Annual 1995 National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) Conference Proceedings . Carl Grant (Ed). Washington, D.C.: NAME.

Ford, T. (1990). Learning is not a Spectator Sport. Middle School Journal. 21(4), p. 30-32.

BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS

Becoming Multicultural: Personal and Social Construction through Critical Teaching. Joe Kincheloe and Shirley Steinberg Editors. Critical Teaching in Education Series. Garland Press. 2000.

RESEARCH SUMMARIES SELF REPORTS

Walton, S. and Ford, T. (2006). The Millennial Student, Brain Research and Best Practices in Teaching and Learning. The Evergreen State College.

Walton, S. and Ford, T. (2005).   Beginning the Journey Assessment Report.   The Evergreen State College.

Lane, P. and Ford, T.   (2005).   Bias Response Protocol .   The Evergreen State College.

Academic Advising How's It Going Assessment Summary .   (2005). The Evergreen State College.

Walton, S. and Ford, T. (2004). Reading Assessment Report.   Oakville Middle School.

GRANTS

Regency Grant. Board of Regents, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA. Creating Electronic Portfolios through the Use of Hypermedia Technology. $3,500.

Apple Partners in Education Grant. Multimedia Project Collaboration. Partnership with Charles Wright Academy Lower School. (Applied--Not Awarded).

Eisenhower Grant. Office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). A Problem-Solving Approach to Integrating Science, Math, and Social Studies through Technology. A 2 week summer institute for 30 teachers in North Kitsap School District, Bremerton School District and Charles Wright Academy with 6 follow-up sessions during the 1995-96 school year. $28,000.

Regency Grant. Board of Regents, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA. Integrating Science and Social Studies Methods through Environmental Education. $3,500.

Eisenhower Grant. Office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), Olympia, WA. A Problem Solving Approach to Integrating Science, Math and Social Studies through Technology in Elementary Schools. $45,000.

Seed Grant. Center for Teaching and Learning, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA. Integrating Science and Social Studies Methods through Environmental Education. $1000.


PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

NATIONAL

Presentation. (PBS Format). Commitment or Compromise? Negotiating Academia. (Included on Panel with: Joyce King, Petronilha Goncalvez e Silva, Elsa Statzer, Michael Apple). American Educational Research Association (AERA) 1998 Annual Meeting. April 13-17, 1998. San Diego, CA.

Presentation. Voices Along the Way: Journeys and Reflections on Theory and Practice in Teaching Teachers. (Along with: Jan Lewis, Cathy Yetter, Marie Churney). National Council Teachers of English. National Spring Convention. March 19-21, 1998. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Panel Discussion. The Journey Continues: Developing and Refining Constructivist Approaches for Teacher Education Literacy Programs. (Included on Panel with: Melissa J. Rickey, Darcy Bradley, Glenellen Pace, Ann Vibert, Cathy Yetter, Jan Lewis, Eilene Glasgow). National Council Teachers of English. National Spring Convention. March 21-23, 1996. Boston, MA.

Paper Presented. Confrontation and Conflict in the Process of Becoming Multicultural 1995 Fifth Annual National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) Conference. February 15-19, 1994. Washington, D.C.

Paper Presented. Meeting the Challenge of Confrontation: Diversity brings Conflict . American Educational Research Association (AERA) 1995 Annual Meeting. April 18-22, 1995. San Francisco, CA.

Paper Presented. Place and Space for Confrontation: Are We Prepared? The Renaissance Group. Schools for the Future: An American Renaissance. October 13, 14, and 15, 1994. San Antonio, Texas.

Paper Presented. Vaughan, S., Rousculp, E., Pitts, D., Ford, T., Dillard, C., & Bert, K. Critical Reflections: Mirrors on Teaching and Learning. National Reading Conference (NRC). December 1991. Palm Springs, CA.

STATE

Presentation. Ford, T & Davies, J. Analyzing Evidence from a Positive Impact on Student Learning in Order to Prepare for Professional Certification. PESB/Higher Education Assessment and Standard V Conference. April 2010.

Presentation.  Sustainability Panel. Annual OSPI/Higher Education Assessment and Standard V Conference. April 2009.

Presentation.  Ford, T, & Walton, S.  Rubric Development.  Washington State Higher Education Information and Technology Literacy forum, Ellensburg, WA, June,
2000.

Presentation.  Ford, T, & Walton, S.  Rubrics:  Connecting Assessment and Instruction. State of Washington’s Ninth Annual Higher Education Assessment Conference, Bellingham, WA, May, 1998.

Presentation. Ford, T., & Roach, M. Examining the spectrum of personal assumptions about diversity. Washington State Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (WSASCD) Conference. February 3-5, 1994. Spokane, WA.

Presentation. Ford, T., & Roach, M. A framework for staff development: Incorporating multiple voices. Washington State Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (WSASCD) Conference. February 3-5, 1994. Spokane, WA.

Presentation. Rousculp, E., Ford, T., & Roach, M. Collaborative portfolio assessments. Washington State Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (WSASCD) Conference. February 3-5, 1994. Spokane, WA.

REGIONAL

Presentation.  Teaching For Social Justice.  with Sherry Walton, Toska Olson, Gilles Mallinarich. Pacific Sociological Association Regional Meeting.  April 17-21.  Vancouver, Canada.

Presentation.  Come Play with us and Meet Your Brain.  with Sherry Walton.  Washington Center Annual conference:  Enriched learning for all:  Teaching and Organizing for access and excellence.  Seattle, WA  Feb. 2001.

Presentation.  Weaving the Web of Democracy:  Teacher Education Confronting Conflicting Expectations.  Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education. (with Michael Vavrus and Sherry Walton.)    Seattle, WA  June 1998.

Presentation.  Rubric Workshop:  Connecting Assessment and Instruction.  Ninth Annual Higher Education Assessment Conference.  (with Sherry Walton) Bellingham, WA  May 13-15, 1998.

Presentation. An Ethnographic Reading of Becoming Multicultural. Confluence: Streams and Dreams. National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Northwest Regional Conference. April 30-May 2. Spokane, WA.

Presentation. Inquiry Projects for Middle School Students. Inland Northwest Council Teachers of English (INCTE) Conference. Friday October 8, 1993. Spokane, WA.

Presentation. From Integrated Projects to SLOs: Collaborating Evaluation with Adolescents. Inland Council Teachers of English Conference (INCTE), June 1992. Moscow, ID.

UNIVERSITY

Presenter.  Piaget and Vygotsky.  Health and Human Development.  The Evergreen State College. February, 2011.

Presenter.  Successful College Reading Strategies . KEY/WATep Reading Workshop Orientation Week September 2009.

Presenter. Teaching, Gender and Communication. Electronic Media.  The Evergreen State College.  January 2009.

Facilitator.   Day of Presence Discussion Group.   Making Seminar more Inclusive.   February 2007.

Presenter.   The Teacher and the Student Affairs Practitioner Interface.   Seattle University Best Practices.   The Evergreen State College. June 2006.

Presenter.   Integrating Academic Advising in Undergraduate Programs.   Summer Planning Institutes. The Evergreen State College.   Summer 2006.

Presenter. The Millennial Student, Brain Research and Best Practices in Teaching and Learning. Core Planning Institute.   June 2006.

Panelist.   Needs of First Year Students.      Core Planning Institute.   June 2006.

Presenter.   Developmental Learning.   Arts, Environment, and the Child.   May 2006.

Panelist.   Needs of First Year Students.      Core Planning Institute.   June 2005.

Consultant.  Learning Communities and 1st Year Programs.  Baltimore University.  June 2005

Presentation.  Reading Process.  MIT 2006: Year 1 January 2005.

Presentation.  Request Reading.  For GEAR UP CPA Training.  April 2004.

Presentation.  Middle School Development.  For GEAR UP CPA Training.  January 2004.

Presentation.  Literacy workshops for MIT year 2:  Literature Circles January 2003.

Presentation.  Literacy workshops for MIT year 1  every Saturday morning winter quarter :  Content Area Reading, Literature Circles, 6 trait and Jane Schaffer Writing, January 2003

Presentation.  Learning to Learn.  Freshman Orientation, TESC, September 2003.

Presentation.   Secondary Reading Strategies.  MIT 2001: Year I April 2000.

Presentation.  The Evergreen Approach to Teacher Education.  Participated with Sherry Walton, Jan Kido to present MIT structure to educators sponsored by Bell South Foundations, April 1999.

Presentation. Structure and Organization of MIT Program. Russian Exchange Feb. 3, 1999.

Presentation. Middle School Management & Discipline. MIT Year II. The Evergreen State College. Olympia, WA. January 1998.

Presentation. Use of Hypermedia Portfolios for Preservice Teachers. MIT Year II. The Evergreen State College. Olympia, WA. January 1998.

Presentation. The Use of Hyperstudio in the Classroom. Washington State University-Vancouver. Vancouver, WA. October 30, 1996.

Presentation. Use of Hypermedia Portfolios for Preservice Teachers.

  • Pacific Lutheran University PEAB. May 1, 1997.
  • Pacific Lutheran University. Secondary Education. March 21, 1997.
  • Pacific Lutheran University. School of Education. March 11, 1997.
  • Pacific Lutheran University. Administrative Interns. November 23, 1996.
Presentation. Hypermedia Portfolios. Administration Interns and local Principals. Zeiger Elementary. Puyallup School District. Puyallup, WA. Nov. 23, 1996.

Presentation. Integrated Social Studies Projects for Middle School. MA+Certification. Pacific Lutheran University. Tacoma, WA. Fall, 1995.

Panel Participant. Education on the Internet. Fall Faculty Conference 1995. Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA. Fall 1995.

Presentation. Surprises in Collaborative Learning. Center for Teaching and Learning. Pacific Lutheran University. Tacoma, WA. April 1995.

Presentation . Integrating Technology. Elementary Faculty. Pacific Lutheran University. Tacoma, WA. January, 1995.

Presentation. Responding to Student Writing. Center for Teaching and Learning. Pacific Lutheran University. Tacoma, WA. October 1994.

Presentation. Inquiry Learning. Student Teacher Supervisors. Pacific Lutheran University. Tacoma, WA. September 1994.

Presentation. Constructivist Elementary Education. Science Department. Pacific Lutheran University. Tacoma, WA. January, 1994.

Presentation. Gangs, Schools, and Literacy. Washington State University. Pullman, WA Summer 1991.

Presentation. Integrating Children's Literature in the Social Studies Curriculum. Washington State University. Pullman WA. Fall 1990, Spring 1991, Fall 1992, Summer 1989, Spring 1991.

Presentation. Planning Theme Units. Washington State University. Pullman, WA, Summer 1988.

K-12 SCHOOLS

Portfolio Reader/Interviewer. 8th grade,  Jason Lee Middle School. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA.   June 2011.

Request Reading and Burke Reading Interview. Garfield Elementary. Olympia School District.  Olympia, WA.  January 2011.

Kindergarten Concepts About Print Testing. Garfield Elementary. Olympia School District.  Olympia, WA.  October 2010.

Portfolio Reader/Interviewer. 8th grade,  Jason Lee Middle School. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA.   June 2009.

Portfolio Reader/Interviewer. 8th grade,  Jason Lee Middle School. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA.   June 2008.

Participant.   WASL practice scoring.   North Thurston School District.   Komachin Middle School, Olympia, WA   January 2006.

Portfolio Reader/Interviewer.   8 th grade, Jason Lee Middle School   Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA.   June 2005.

Presenter. Workshop on Request Reading for Gear up CPA training. Oakville and Clover Park School Districts.   2005.

Staff Development.  Content Area Reading Strategies Oakville School District with Sherry Walton, April 2005.

Staff Development.  Assessment.  Oakville School District with Kathe Taylor  Summer 2003.

Partner.  Girls in Technology.  Olympia High School, Olympia Washington, Winter 2002.

Partner.  Gates Foundation.  8th grade classroom, Jason Lee Middle School, Tacoma Washington, 2002-03.

Staff Development.  2 day Reading Process Workshop for public school teachers.  Walla Walla School District with Sherry Walton.  June 1999.

Staff Development. Current Issues in Elementary Education Assessments. Charles Wright Academy Lower School. Tacoma, WA. January 29, 1998.

Staff Development. Assessment Rubrics for Specialists. Charles Wright Academy Lower School. Tacoma, WA. December 12, 1997.

Staff Development. Hyperstudio in the Classroom. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA.

  • Session #1 April 17, 1997.
  • Session #2 May 5, 1997.
  • Session #3 May 22, 1997.
Staff Development. Use of Hypermedia Portfolios. Charles Wright Academy Lower School. Tacoma, WA. April 24, 1997.

Staff Development. Applying Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaming for Student Achievement. Stewart Middle School. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. March 10, 1997.

Staff Development. Literacy Approaches in the Elementary Classroom. Bryant Elementary. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA.

  • Session #1 January 17, 1997.
  • Session #2 January 21, 1997.
  • Session #3 February 3, 1997.

Staff Development. Follow-up with Classroom Teachers from Summer 1997 Eisenhower Program.

  • Follow-up Session #1. Pacific Lutheran University. Tacoma, WA. October 11, 1997.
  • Follow-up Session #2. Charles Wright Academy Lower School. Tacoma, WA. November 18, 1997.
  • Follow-up Session #3. Mountain View Middle School. Bremerton, WA February 24, 1997.
  • Follow-up Session #4. Breidablick Elementary. Poulsbo, WA. April 19, 1997.

Classroom Involvement. Rainforests. 5/6 grade, Pearson Elementary. North Kitsap School District. Poulsbo, WA. January 27, 1997.

Classroom Involvement. Ancient Civilizations. 5th grade, Suquamish Elementary. North Kitsap School District. Poulsbo, WA. January 29, 1997.

Classroom Demonstration. Paper Making. Breidablik Elementary. North Kitsap School District. Poulsbo, WA. January 31, 1997.

Staff Development. Integrating Literacy and Technology. Geiger Elementary, Tacoma School District.

  • Grades 3 and 4. January 30, 1997.
  • Grades 1 and 2. January 16, 1997.
Presentation. Practicum Teachers. Graham Elementary. Bethel School District. Spanaway, WA. Nova 4, 1996.

Staff Development. Assessing Integrated Projects. Jason Lee Middle School. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. November 4, 1996.

Staff Development. Literacy Assessment II. Geiger Elementary. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. October 28, 1996.

Staff Development. Literacy Assessment I. Geiger Elementary. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. October 16, 1996

Staff Development. Developing Classroom Literacy Assessments: Documenting State Essential Learnings and Tacoma Promotion Policy. Jason Lee Middle School. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. Nov. 4, 1996.

Staff Development. Literacy and the Adolescent. Jason Lee Middle School. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. October 7, 1996.

Staff Development. Literacy Instruction. Geiger Elementary. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. January 11& 25, 1996.

  • Geiger Elementary Literacy Staff Follow-up February 14, 1996.
  • Geiger Elementary Grade Level Follow-up (K-1). February 20, 1996.
  • Geiger Elementary Grade Level Follow-up (2-3) March, 1996.
  • Geiger Elementary Grade Level Follow-up (4-5) April, 1996.

Staff Development. Integrating Curriculum through Technology. Whittier Elementary. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. August 1995.

Staff Development. Integrating Curriculum. Carter Lake Elementary, McChord Air force Base. Clover Park School District, Tacoma, WA. August 2-3, 1994.

  • Follow-up Session Grades K-1 October 1994.
  • Follow-up Session Grades 2-3 November 1994.
  • Follow-up Session Grades 4-6 January 1995.

Presentation. Practicum Teachers. Fern Hill Elementary. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. Spring 1994.

Presentation. Practicum Teachers. Pioneer Valley Elementary. Bethel School District. Spanaway, WA. Spring 1994.

Presentation. Practicum Teachers. Fern Hill Elementary. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. Fall 1993.

Presentation. Practicum Teachers. Fawcett Elementary, Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA. Fall 1993.

Staff Development. Whole Language Literacy Instruction. Lewiston School District. Lewiston, ID. June 6- 8, 1993.

Staff Development. Integrating Students and the Curriculum. North Central ESD. Wenatchee, WA. March 1991.

Presentation. Starting an Advisory Program. Lincoln Middle School. Pullman School District. Pullman, WA. Fall 1990.

In-service Workshop. Curriculum Integration for 6th Grade Bloc. Sunnyside School District #201. Sunnyside, WA. 1991.

In-service Workshop. Curriculum Integration for 8th Grade Bloc. Sunnyside School District #201. Sunnyside, WA. 1989.

In-service Workshop. Curriculum Integration for 7th Grade Bloc. Sunnyside School District #201. Sunnyside, WA. 1988.

In-service Workshop. Learning Styles. Sunnyside School District #201. Sunnyside, WA. 1987.

In-service Workshop. Computers in Reading Instruction. Sunnyside School District #201. Sunnyside, WA. August 1984.

BUSINESS

Consultant. Outdoor Classroom Program Assessment. Weyerhaeuser. Spring 1997.


SERVICE

TO THE PROFESSION

  • Co-Chair. Division G, Section 4: Social Contexts of Policy and Praxis. AERA 1998 Annual Meeting.
  • Reviewer. Conference Proposals for AERA 1998 Annual Meeting.
  • Session Chair. Division G. Technology, Culture and Diversity. AERA 1998 Annual Meeting.
  • Reviewer. Conference Proposals for AACTE 1996 Annual Meeting.
  • Reviewer. Conference Proposals for NAME 1996 Annual Meeting.
TO THE UNIVERSITY

Committees

  • Gender Identity and Expression workgroup
  • ADA Compliance Advisory Board 2009-11
  • Science Teacher Educator Subcommittee Chair 2010
  • M.Ed. Math Search Committee 2008
  • Chair, M.Ed. ESL Search Subcommittee 2007
  • Literacy Education Search Subcommittee 2007
  • Literacy Education Search Subcommittee 2006
  • MIT Science/Math Search Subcommittee 2005
  • Human Subjects Reveiew
  • Chair, MIT Director Search, 2000
  • Professional Educators Advisory Committee
  • CAST DTF
  • Human Subjects Review  1998-present
  • General Education DTF
  • Women's Studies Committee 1996-97
  • Faculty Executive Committee 1996-97
  • Chair, Instructional Resources Committee 1996-97
  • Instructional Resources Committee 1994-1997
  • Instructional Resources Technology Subcommittee 1994-96
  • PEW Charitable Trust Roundtable (Representative for Instructional Resources Committee)
Other
  • Foundation/Board of Trustees Award Dinner
  • Washington State Achievers Receptions
  • Academic Advising Festivals and Fairs
  • Presenter and Panelist for Freshman Orientation
  • Part of Advising team that attended NACADA National Advising conference in order to explore specific strategies to implement General Education
  • Panelist for Fridays at Evergreen
  • Scored Freshman writing papers to compare with ETS
  • Panelist.  Careers in education sponsored by the Advising Center
  • Member of the Web Advisory group for the ST2EP grant
  • Advisory to Planning for Native American Reading
  • Advisory to PT3 Grant planning
  • Participant State Writing Assessment Project
  • Participant State Information Technology Assessment Project
  • The Coalition for the Advancement of Active Learning (CAAL). Survey and follow-up interview about Active Learning which led to Teaching and Learning Presentation.
  • Technology Consultant for Center for Teaching and Learning 1995-96.
  • TIIAP (Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure Assistance Program) Planning.
School of Education / MIT Program
  • Attended Co-teaching Model Workshop at St. martin's August 2009
  • MIT/M.Ed Legislative Event October 2009
  • Consultant to Gear Up for CPA training on Reading and Middle School practices
  • Professional Educators Advisory Board
  • Representative to WACTE state meeting for training and piloting the new state mandated student teaching Rubric
  • Attended State meeting for Literacy Professionals about Reading--No Child Left Behind
  • Elementary Education Program Coordinator 1996-97.
  • Elementary Education Program Revision
  • Curriculum and Instruction Committee 1996-97
  • Technology-Ad-hoc Committee
  • Mission Statement School of Educ Ad-hoc Committee
  • Policies and Procedures Ad-hoc Committee
  • Thesis and Research Ad-hoc Committee
  • Technology Liaison for School of Education
Accreditation Work
  • Developed Assessment Rubric for Elementary Education NCATE Report 1995
SCHOOL/UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS

Girls in Technology.  Intel Grant. Olympia School District.  Olympia, WA  Winter 2002.

Step2 Student Teachers Teaching Technology. Olympia School District.  Olympia, WA  2000-02.

Generation Why Project. Olympia School District. Olympia, WA. 2002-03.

Generation Why Project. Olympia School District. Olympia, WA. Fall 1997.

  • Liaison between MIT program and School District personnel and students.
  • Olympia HS students taught MIT students uses of technology in the classroom.
Centennial Elementary. Bethel School District, Spanaway, WA, Spring 1997.
  • Placing and Supervising Practicum Students
  • Liaison for Developing Professional Development School Model
Brookdale Elementary. Franklin Pierce School District, Tacoma, WA. Spring 1997.
  • Placing and Supervising Practicum Students
  • Liaison for Developing Professional Development School Model
Fern Hill Elementary. Tacoma School District, Tacoma, WA.
  • Placing and Supervising Practicum Students
  • Faculty Presentations
Charles Wright Private Academy. Tacoma, WA
  • Apple Grant Partnership Planning
  • Technology Consultant
  • Assessment Consultant
Pioneer Valley Elementary. Bethel School District, Spanaway, WA.
  • Placing and Supervising Practicum Students
  • Interim Pilot Program for Thematic Integration
Geiger Elementary. Tacoma School District, Tacoma, WA.
  • Literacy Consultant
  • Placing and Supervising Practicum Students
  • Technology Consultant
Whittier Elementary. Tacoma School District, Tacoma, WA.
  • Staff Development. Integrating Curriculum through Technology.
Graham Elementary. Bethel School District, Spanaway WA.
  • Placing and Supervising Practicum Students
Fawcett Elementary. Tacoma School District. Tacoma, WA
  • Placement of MA+Cert Elem. Educ students for Practicum/Student Teaching
Westwood Elementary. Enumclaw School District. Enumclaw, WA
  • Pen-Pal project with Reading Language Arts Methods students
Tacoma Consortium
  • Representative Pacific Lutheran University
TO THE COMMUNITY
  • Fundraising.  Bowling for Stonewall Youth.  May 2011
  • Board Member.  Pride Foundation
  • Fundraising.  Stonewall Youth Gala.  December 2010
  • Fundraising.  Bowling for Stonewall Youth.  May 2010
  • Community participant with South Sound Kids Drum and Dance
  • Member. SMART Advisory Committee. Promotion of Girls in Math and Science, sponsored by YWCA.
  • Consultant. CIS (Community in Schools). Create a World Wide Web Homepage.
  • Diversity Consultant to Girls Scouts Pacific Peaks Council.

 

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