|Aycock, Kathy||MSED +30||Supervision of student teachers/LaTaap seminars/Student advising||Instructor||FALSE||LaTAAP workshops on Professional Development days|
|Beutner, Michael||PH.D, Instructional Technology, Ohio University, Athens, OH||Instructional Technology||Associate Professor||TRUE||Director, Louisiana High School Technology Challenge
(an annual online competition involving 56 high schools in Louisiana with
participation of approximately 800 students). Evaluations by participants
were extremely positive.
Website/Software Developer for a unique University outreach program for thousands of children in Northeastern Louisiana. Content is educationally appropriate with multimedia-based activities. Site: http://ulm.edu/aceadventures/
Unique scholarly research in the integration of speech recognition technology applications for pronouncing Mandarin Chinese:
Tao, L., Beutner, M., Bond, Z., (2006). Speech recognition technology in the instruction of Mandarin Chinese. Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, 41:3, 57-89.
The article summarizes much of the cutting-edge research I conducted in the use of speech recognition technology for Chinese language instruction. The article is jointly authored with two professors of Linguistics from Ohio University.
|Volunteered to conduct numerous in-service
technology workshops at many schools.
Abroad, taught hundreds of elementary school aged children in the Philippines (as a Peace Corps Volunteer) and in Taiwan as an instructor for a private language school.
Taught thousands of students at the university level.
|Cage, Bob N.||Ph. D. in Educational Leadership & Research, Iowa State University||LEC Program Director and Professor||Professor||TRUE||Scholarship: Have published in several refereed
journals, including Research in the Schools, National Forum of Applied
Educational Research Journal, and The Educational Forum.
Leadership: Have served as President of the Louisiana School Facilities Management Association and the Association of Louisiana Evaluators.
Service: Have served on four University committees (one as chair); served on four College of Education committees; and on three departmental committees (one as chair).
|Taught 7 years in junior and senior high schools in the state of Iowa.|
|Campbell, Wilson||Ed.D in Physical Education and Administration, University of Southern Mississippi||Faculty, Clinical Supervisor||Professor||FALSE||Collaborated with 4 school districts in northeast
Louisiana to have 4 Carol M. White physical Education grants (PEP) funded for
over $2.7 million.
Presented within the last 3 years at: NASPE (2), Focused Fitness Summer Institution (2).
Chairperson of the Department of Kinesiology since 2003.
Chair; NCATE Standard VI committee last 2004-present.
Volunteer soccer coach for community league 1995 to present.
|LaTAAP Certified Clinical Supervisor K-12.
Provide PEP grant professional development workshops to three different school system physical education teachers K-12 throughout the academic years 2005-present
Presently serve as Director of Monroe City School District PEP grant that includes professional development workshops K-12 and evaluation of district physical education teachers 2005-2008.
|Casey, Holly B.||EdD in Curriculum & Instruction
Technology cognate), University of Louisiana Monroe
|Faculty||Associate Professor||TRUE||Twelve peer-reviewed professional presentations in national, regional, and state venues (2004-2006)||Louisiana Type A 047860 Certificate.; areas: English, Speech, Computer Literacy, Computer Science, Academically Gifted, & Supervision of Student Teaching|
Northeast Louisiana University
|Teach undergraduate Kinesiology courses; supervise interns in non-certification concentrations||Instructor||FALSE||LAHPERD served as past Vice President
2006 Dance Division
LAHPERD served as Vice President
2005 Dance Division
|Clark, Lynn V.||Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, Curriculum Studies, Indiana University Bloomington||Faculty||Assistant Professor||TRUE||Recent Publications and Presentations
Brown, C.A. & Clark, L.V. Eds. (2006). Learning from NAEP: Professional development materials for teachers of mathematics. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Clark, Lynn (2007) I d like to teach the world to sing: A musical-analytical exploration of a multicultural teacher education course, with discussants James Banks and Geneva Gay at the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL, 2007
Clark, Lynn & Pereira, Maura (2007). An exploratory study in feedback in a blended-delivery virtual foreign language program, American Educational Research Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL, 2007.
Clark, Lynn & Mayer, Susan (2007). Curriculum in a ThirdSpace: Countering the Culture of Accountability. Curriculum and Pedagogy Annual Conference. Marble Falls, TX, 2007.
|PDS School Coordinator (2007-); PK-16 Coordinator (2007-); Gear Up Co-Coordinator (2007-); K-12 Teacher Inservice Charlotte, NC (2007); K-12 Teacher Inservice Ganado AZ (2007); 6-12 Teacher In-service Indianapolis Public Schools (2005-2007)|
|Clark, Murrelynn||M.S. +30 Centenary||Instructor, ASK Advisor, Committee Member||Assistant Professor||TRUE||Louisiana Association of Health Physical Education
Faculty Adviser for the Association of students in Kinesiology, International Education Council;
Presentation: Louisiana Association of Physical Education Recreation and Dance 10-28-07
CPR at School Training Programming (C.A.S.T.), $14,888.
|Five years of high school teaching|
|Cottingham, Jean||Ph.D. in School Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi (USM)||Faculty, School Psychology Internship Supervisor||Associate Professor||FALSE||Scholarship
1. Cole, T. W., Lewis, V., Low, J., & Cottingham, B. (April, 2007). Ratings of Physical and Social Attractiveness by SkinTone. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association in Fort Worth, TX
2. Rankin, G., Lewis, V., Low, J., & Cottingham, B. (April, 2007). Role Model Influences on Career Choice. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association in Fort Worth, TX.
3. Williams, C., Lewis, V., Keiser, R., & Cottingham, B. (April, 2007). Impact of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder on College Grades. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association in Fort Worth, TX.
1. University Committees: Commencement Committee, Council for Teacher Education (2006- 2009), United Way (2007 Drive & 2008 Drive)
2. CEHD Committees: Endowed Professorship Committee, Policies and Procedures and Handbook Revision Committee
|School Psychology Internship supervision.
Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP 29951)
Licensed Psychologist (LA license 955)
Pennsylvania State University plus 65 hours towards Ed.D. in Health and Human Performance at Oklahoma State University
|Faculty Member||Instructor||FALSE||Presentation at NAKPEHE national convention Are
There Values Learned by Playing Sports January 2007.
Presented at AAHPERD national convention Activating Connections Between Physical Activity, Self-Esteem, and Fitness April, 2008.
|Previously taught junior and senior high school
LaTAAP Certified Supervisor of Field Experiences K-12
|Coyne, Brian J.||M.Ed., Physical Education, Exercise Science concentration, Northeast Louisiana University||Faculty
Director, Human Performance Laboratory
|Instructor||FALSE||ACSM Committee on Certification and Registry Board,
Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist Practice Board Chair;
Clinical Exercise Physiology Association, Founding Member and Treasurer;
North Central Alliance in Partners in Prevention Advisory Board member
|Provider of professional development to teachers as requested, P-12 grade level|
|Doherty, Mark||PhD, Education||Faculty; CEHD Coordinator of Instructional Technology||Associate Professor||TRUE||Research projected accepted on the effect of pod
casting as a recruitment tool for national conventions; scheduled for the
2008 AAHPERD Convention, Dallas/FW in April 2008.
Communications/PR chair of the
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance s Fitness and Wellness Council.
Participating researcher in the state-wide LA Health grant. Presented multiple professional development sessions throughout the state during 2005-2007.
|Participating researcher in the state-wide LA Health
grant. Presented multiple professional development sessions throughout the
state during 2005-2007.
Evaluate teacher candidates in area schools as part of semester-long teacher candidate internships and/or class microteaching experiences.
Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) certification
|Flowers-Gibson, Beverly||Ed.D. La Tech||Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs & Certification||Associate Professor||TRUE||TEACH Delta Region grant Co-PI
Phi Delta Kappa ULM Chapter President & Foundation Rep
A+PEL ULM student chapter faculty advisor
Educators Showcase Co-Director
|18 years teaching experience in P-12 schools|
|Gilbert, Rochelle||Ed. D. in Educational Leadership, ULM||Faculty||Assistant Professor||TRUE||SCHOLARSHIP: When Accountability Knocks Will Anyone
Answer (Madison Parish School District Program Review: a Look at NCLB/IDEA);
Operation Clean SWEEP (System-Wide Educational Empowerment Program to
increase student achievement in Madison Parish Schools);
LEADERSHIP: Louisiana Association of School Administrators of Federally Assisted Programs (LASAFAP) Secretary 06; (LASAFAP) Treasurer 07; Louisiana Reading Association (LRA) ; Title I Special Interest Council President; Mid-South Delta Leaders; Administrator s Academy Coordinator/Presenter
SERVICE: International Baccalaureate Program Coordinator; Law and Debate Team Coordinator; Drama Department Coordinator; Science and Mathematics on Planet Earth Liaison/Coordinator (SU); Head Start Advisory Committee; School Based Health Center Advisory Committee
Member; NCATE Steering Committee
Chair; NCATE Diversity; Member, University Equal Employment Opportunity Committee; Campus Advisor, Lambda Chapter Delta Sigma Theta
|Federal Programs Director, Madison Parish School
District. Tallulah, LA (October 2005 August 2007) PK12
Director School Improvement, Madison Parish School District. Tallulah, LA (September
2002 September 2005) PK12
LINCS Content Leader/Mathematics Specialist, LaSIP Mathematics Monroe City School PK12
District. Monroe, LA (August 2001- August 2002)
Site Coordinator/ Mathematics Specialist, The University of Louisiana at Monroe. Monroe, LA (July 1999 June 2001) -- PK8
Instructional Facilitator, LEAP Remediation Summer School Monroe City School District. Monroe, LA (June 2002 July 2002; May 2000 July 2000) 4th
Instructional Consultant, Tensas Parish School District. Newellton, LA (August 1999 May
2000) - 6-8
Mathematics Specialist, Monroe City School District. Monroe, LA (August 1998 July 1999) PK6
President/Consultant, THERO Initiatives, LLC. Monroe, LA (December 1997 Present) PK16
Fourth Grade Teacher, Monroe City School District. Monroe, LA (Augu
|Holland, Glenda||Ed.D., Educational
Administration, Texas A&M Commerce
|Faculty and associate dean||Professor and Administrator||TRUE||1. NCATE BOE member,
2. Chair of the Louisiana Education Consortium (LEC) Governing Board, which oversees doctoral programs in Educational Leadership and Curriculum and Instruction
3. Holland, G., Sanders, P., & Flowers-Gibson, B. (2007, February). Impact of adjunct/ part-time faculty on NCATE standards compliance. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American
Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, New York.
|Clinical supervision of educational leadership interns. Certified elementary ed. K-8 Math|
|Lewis, Veronica||Ph.D. in School Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi||Faculty Member||Professor||TRUE||1. Feinberg, T., Lewis, V., & Williams, B.
(2005). Ethical issues regarding behavior
management in the schools. In M. Hersen, G. Sugai, & R. Horner (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Behavior Modification and Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Vol. 3. Educational implications. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
2. Cole, T, Lewis, V, Cottingham, J, & Low, J (April 2007). Ratings of physical and social attractiveness by skin tone. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association in Fort Worth, TX.
3. Williams, C, Lewis, V, & Cottingham, J (April 2007). Impact of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder on college grades. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association in Fort Worth, TX.
|Arranged ULM campus visit for 27 youth and their
advocates during April and June, 2007. Students attended selected classes
for 1 day.
Career Development Center (Alternative Education Program), Monroe, LA Motivational speaker for program participants. (May, 2007)
|Low, Jean M.||PhD||faculty||Associate Professor||TRUE|| Low, Jean, & Decker, Jennifer R. (2006).
Health Identity and Health Behavior in College Students. Poster session
presented at the 52nd Annual Convention of the Southwestern Psychological
Association. Austin, TX.
Low, Jean M., Akande, Debo, & Hill, Catherine (2005). A cross cultural comparison of identity development: South Africa and the United States. Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research, 5(4), 303-314
Low, J.M., Williamson, D., and Cottingham, B.J. (2004). Predictors of University Student Lawbreaking Behaviors: Journal of College Student Development, 45(5), 535-548.
|Mann, Rhonda||Masters Degree in Elementary Education 1-8, University of Louisiana at Monroe||Coordinator of Field Experiences and Teacher Candidacy||Instructor||FALSE||2009 A+PEL Advisor
Member of ULM Alumni
Hawaii International Conference for Education Presenter
|-Elementary Education Classroom teacher for grades
1, 5, and 6 for 18 years
-Field Experience Coordinator
-Instructor for Classroom Management Techniques (Graduate Level)
-Inservice Training LaTAAP
-Professional Development Workshop Facilitator for Pre-Service Teachers
|Newman, Pamela P.||EdD Counselor Education & Student Personnel, Mississippi State University, 1977||Professor, Counseling;
Department Head, ELC
|Professor||TRUE||Project Director, Katrina Block Grant 1.7mil,
Project Director, Katrina State Grant Funds, 5.1mil, 2007-2010;
President, Collaborative Group of NE LA, 2007-09;
National Service Award, US Office of Education, Safe & Drug Free Schools, 2007
|Clinical supervisor COUN 670 Internship
Consultant, Superintendent/School Boards in 3 parishes
Teacher, Family & Consumer Science
Asst.Project Director, Bureau of Education for the Handicapped, STEP Grant
Superintendent s Cabinet, Director of Counseling & Career Education
|Powell, Sherlyn Ezell||Ed.D in Special Education , University of Alabama||Faculty, clinical supervisor||Associate Professor||TRUE||Powell, S. (2007). Positive Behavioral Supports, S
& S Powell Publishing Co.
Powell, S. (2006). Passing Praxis: PLT A Comprehensive Study Guide Complete with Explicit Strategies. S & S Powell Publishing Co.
Powell, S. (2006). Continuous Improvement and Focused Monitoring
Process (CIFMP) Manual for Division of Educational Improvement and Assistance (DEIA) Louisiana Department of Education (LDE).
Stanley, S., Powell, S., Ezell, D., Klein, C. (2004). Improving Self Esteem of Students with Cognitive Disabilities. Research presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) 11th International Conference of Division on Developmental Disabilities (DDD), Las Vegas, Nevada.
Louisiana Department of Education Team Leader for Division of Special Populations Continuous Monitoring (1999-present).
Louisiana Board of Examiners (LBOE) for the Louisiana Standards partnership with National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) (2000-present).
|Two years Elementary Education (Grades 1-8)
Eight years Special Education (Kindergarten through grade 12) Mild/Moderate
Generic: Learning Disabilities, Mental Retardation, Behavior Disorders
Three years Educational Diagnostician (Pre-School through grade 12)
|Pryor, Charles V.||Ed.D. Counselor EducationNorthern Illinois University||Assoc. Prof, Counseling & Department Head||Assoc. Prof.||TRUE||Service on Graduate Council, University Strategic Planning Steering Committee, CEHD Graduate Appeals||Field Supervision of Ed. Leadership Interns K-12|
|Pugh, Ava||Doctor of Education,
Education, Mississippi State University
|Professional Coursework, Clinical Supervision||Professor||TRUE||Presented numerous workshops at the annual
conferences of the Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics.
Louisiana Council for the Social Studies, National Science Teachers
Published several papers in the conference proceedings of the Mid-South Educational Research Association. Two proposals accepted for the International Convention on Education. Invited last year to present papers at the University of Oxford Round Table in Oxford, England.
|4 years as an elementary teacher, 1 year as acting assistant principal, 30 years as a college professor (21 years as Coordinator of Elementary Education and 12 years as Coordinator of Professional Block, as well as a clinical supervisor of student teachers, interns, and pre service teachers.|
|Rice, George||PhD in Educational Administration, The University of Mississippi||Faculty, Educational Leadership||Professor||TRUE||Scholarship: In-depth inquiry into ISLLC Standards
area of Dispositions and the relationship to Franklian Psychology s Noetic
Leadership: Active member of the Monroe Little Theatre, In Kind External Evaluator and Staff Developer for the Vicksburg Good Shepard Community Center s Even Start Program
Contributions: 1. Board Member and Chair of the Education and Credentialing Committee, Viktor Frankl International Institute of Logotherapy, 2. Evaluation of Madison Middle School s Instructional Program, 3. August 2005. Religion, education, and politics. Panel Discussion at the Oxford Roundtable, Oxford, England.
|Certification: Superintendent, Principal (Arkansas,
Mississippi) Secondary English and Social Studies (Arkansas)
Grade Levels Pre K-12, All Disciplines.
Provided Approximately 80 job-embedded technical support
Professional Development Sessions to 31 different Pre K-12 schools.
|Ricks, Beth||PhD in Curriculum and Instruction, Specialization in Reading and Children s /Young Adult Literature, Arizona State University||Faculty||Assistant professor||TRUE||1. Louisiana Senator ALAN (NCTE Affiliate)
2. Co-Chair (Elementary) and Chair (Secondary) Writing and submitting of Reading Competencies Alignment Report for BESE
3. Evaluator of Reading program for Madison Parish School District
|1. Coordinator for Elementary Professional Reading
Block II (grades 3-6) and Secondary Professional Reading Block (grades
2. Supervisor for student teachers and interns (grades 1-12)
|Schween, Dorothy C.||Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction
Louisiana Education Consortium
|PK-16+ Coordinator||Associate Professor||TRUE||1. Development of Assessment, a three-part online
interactive training module posted on the TeachLousiana website as an
opportunity for Louisiana teachers to earn professional development
2. Serving as ULM Faculty Senate President 2006-2007.
3. Three presentations accepted for AACTE 2007, one of which was: Schween, D., Sivakumaran, T., (2007): Digital Dilemma: Faculty Roles in Data Collection. Paper presented at the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) New York, NY.
|18 Years in schools in Dallas, TX and Monroe, LA working with students with disabilities ages 3-16. One year as IEP Monitor for Monroe City Schools Office of Special Education Services|
|Sivakumaran, Thillainatarajan||Ph.D, Instructional Technology, University of Tennessee||Assistant Dean, NCTM Coordinator, Secondary Ed. Professor||Assistant Professor||TRUE||Sivakumaran, T., Holland, G. (Awarded October 2006).
E-Portfolios: Teaching with Emerging Technology (E-Portfolios: Teach Etech).
Wilhelm, L., Puckett, K., Beisser, S., Merideth, E., Sivakumaran, T., Wishart, W., Lessons Learned from the Implementation of Electronic Portfolios at Three Universities. TechTrends, July/August, 2006.
Sivakumaran, T., Holland, G., Schween, D., Boyd, M., Miles, D., (2007): Pre-Service Teachers Understanding of Standards-Based Assessment. MAKING AN IMPACT: Best Practices to Enhance Achievement, Assessment, and Accountability for P-12 Learning, Atlanta, GA.
|2000-2001 Fulton High School Knoxville, TN, Taught chemistry and physical science grades 9-12|
|Stringer, Gary L.||Ph. D. Geology Science Education, University of
||Faculty and Head, Department of Geosciences||Professor||TRUE||Scholarship-published in several major international and national science journals including the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology and American Antiquity and have presented at 18 international and national meetings. Leadership-Executive Council for the Louisiana Academy of Sciences. Service-Served as a reviewer for ten different scientific journals in Europe.||Have done over 40 presentations at elementary
schools on science topics in last three years. Also worked with LA GEAR UP
through ULM Museum of Natural History.
Health & Physical Education (Exercise Science emphasis)
|Faculty||Professor||TRUE||Dean, Education & Human Development, ULM,
Thomas, L. (September, 2006). Redesign: The Never Ending Story. New Mexico State University Southern Education Summit. Las Cruces, NM.
Co-investigator, La Health Grant,
|As a Co-investigator for the La Health Grant I trained K-12 teachers how to incorporate health & fitness into their math and science lessons.|
|Troxclair, Debra A.||Ph.D., Special Education, Emphasis Gifted
University of Southern Mississippi
Author of column in Louisiana Reading Association Journal (2004-2006)
Leadership in Professional Associations and Service: Co-Chair of World Council for Gifted & Talented s Biennial Conference New Orleans, LA - August 2005
Service: Invited speaker for Texas Association for Gifted & Talented s Parent Conference February 2007
|21 years elementary school classroom teaching
experience in New Orleans, LA metropolitan public, parochial and private
schools and in Houston Metropolitan public schools/
Louisiana Teaching Certificate Grades 1 8; Academically Gifted K-12; School Library Science/
Texas Certification Grades K-4, Gifted, ESL
3 years experience as supervisor of summer programs for gifted
|Washington, Jerrilene||Doctor of Education,
Johns Hopkins University
|Professional Coursework, Clinical Supervision||Associate Professor||TRUE||Presented numerous workshops at the annual
conferences of the Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics.
Published several papers in the conference proceedings of the Mid-South Educational Research Association.
For two years, invited to present papers at the University of Oxford Round Table in Oxford, England.
|15 years as an elementary/junior high school teacher, 8 years as a supervisor of instruction for a school system, and 10 years as a clinical supervisor of student teachers and teachers.|
|Williams, Corletta G.||M. Ed. in Educational Leadership||Director of Educational Research: Instructor||Instructor||FALSE||State Board of Directors, Associated Professional
Educators of Louisiana;
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Outstanding Graduate Student, 2007; Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education
|15 years in K-12|