Shindler     -  Classroom Management Resource Page       School Climate      PLSI       Teaching   -    Workshops by JVS

 

JOHN VINCENT SHINDLER, Ph. D.

 


King Hall A2045

Division of Curriculum and Instruction

Charter College of Education, CSULA

Office (323) 343-5824

Fax: (323) 343-5458

 

1929 Tamarind Ave. #12

Los Angeles, CA 90068

Home (323) 871-0495

jshindl@calstatela.edu

http://www.calstatela/faculty/jshindl

EDUCATION:

 

Ph.D.              1997    Washington State University, Pullman, WA

                                    Educational Leadership: Curriculum & Assessment

 

M. Ed.             1990    Seattle University, Seattle, WA

                                    Curriculum and Instruction

                                   

B.A. Ed.          1985    Seattle University, Seattle, WA

                                    Major: Education and Health

                                    Minors: Social Science and Philosophy

                       

ACADEMIC HONORS:

Graduated Magna Cum Laude;

Seattle University B.A. 1985, M.Ed. 1990

Alpha Sigma Nu National Honor Society;

Elected 1984

George B. Brain Scholarship;

Awarded for leadership and excellence by the Department of Educational Leadership and Co. Psych. Washington State University, 1995

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES:

 

California State University, Los Angeles (9/01 – present)

Assistant Professor, Division of Curriculum and Instruction

Courses taught:

EDEL 414: Classroom Management in the Elementary School

EDSE 415: Classroom Management in the Secondary School

EDSE 489: Directed Teaching Supervision

EDCI 402: Introduction to Instructional Design, Assessment and Classroom Management Methods

EDEL 403c: Reflection, Assessment and Synthesis of Directed Teaching

 

Committee Membership:

Accreditation Management Group, CCOE

Assessment Task Force, CCOE

C&I Assessment Committee, Chair

New Program Implementation Committee, C&I, Chair

Community Advisory Committee, C&I

Community Assessment Advisory Committee, CCOE

Instructional Policy Council

SB 2042 Program Revision Advisory Committee

Elementary Curriculum Committee

Western Alliance for the Study of School Climate

 

 

Oswego State University, Oswego, NY (9/96 – 8/01)

Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction

C&I Graduate Program Coordinator 1999-present

Courses taught:

EED 394: Elementary Methods of Instruction

EDU 548: Reflective Methods of Instruction

EDU 555: Curriculum Development

EDU 510: Educational Assessment

 

Committee Membership:

Elected: University Long-Range Planning Committee 1998-present

Chair, Graduate Curriculum Committee - 1997-present

Chair, SOE Program Assessment Committee 1999-present

Department of Educational Administration Program Faculty, 1998-present

SOE Faculty Council - 1997-99

Graduate Admissions Committee – 1997-99

NCATE Standard I Development Committee – 1997-98

 

Belmont University/Fisk University, Nashville, TN

Assistant Professor; Education Department Faculties (Joint Appointment)

Courses taught:

Classroom Assessment (undergraduate)

Advanced Educational Assessment (graduate)

Study of the Exceptional Child

Elementary Methods and Curriculum I & II

Fundamental Rights and Responsibilities in Education

Fall 1996-Spring 1997

 

Washington State University, Pullman, WA

Graduate Teaching Assistant, fall 1995- spring 1997

Department of Educational Leadership & Counseling Psychology

Courses Taught

EDU 212: Classroom Assessment

SED 342: Secondary Classroom Management

 

Program Evaluator/ Research Assistant, Center for Study and Teaching of At-Risk Students (C-STARS) Grant Project; Faculty: Merrill. M. Oaks, Department of Teaching and Learning, spring 1995

 

Puget Sound Educational Service District, Burien WA.

Grant Evaluator/ Project Facilitator, Community Based Organization Service Learning Project,

Spokane, WA. 1995-96

 

Seattle School District, Seattle, WA

2/93-6/93  Sharples Alternative High School: Health Faculty

Accomplishments:

Departmental Health curriculum development

School-wide learning style program development

 

Paragon Educational Consulting, Seattle, WA

9/90 to present: Educational Consultant

Accomplishments:

            Researched, created and tested the Paragon Learning Style Inventory

            Consulting Support for the Paragon Learning Style Inventory

Developed “Participation-Based” Curriculum and Software Program

            Co-Developed “Evaluating and Improving School Climate Handbook”

            School Climate Consultation Team Member

           

 

Lake Washington School District, Redmond, WA

4/91-6/91  Evergreen Junior High School: Physical Education Faculty

9/91-6/92 Rockwell/Redmond Elementary: Physical Education Faculty

Accomplishments:

            Developed Curriculum system adopted district-wide

            Leader in District Physical Education Restructuring

 

University Preparatory Academy, Seattle, WA

8/85-6/89 Health/Physical Education Department Head

Accomplishments:

Program evaluated "outstanding" by PNAIS Committee

Program and teaching featured as "innovative" on KING TV news program

Developed school-wide "learning styles" program

Member of Instructional, Budget, and Admissions Committees

Keynote speaker: Middle school graduation 1989

Head Coach: Boys Varsity Basketball 1985-89

 

 

PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATION WITH K-12 SCHOOLS

 

Western Alliance for the Study of School Climate

Web page at: www.calstatela.edu/schoolclimate

Co-Director, 12/01 – present

WASSC Inventories currently being used in several schools and districts internationally

Developed the WASSC school climate assessment scale and protocol

Partnership with Facing History and Ourselves (FHAO)

Currently involved in the assessment and school improvement efforts at:

Glendora H.S. Glendora, CA

Franklin HS. Los Angeles LAUSD

Carson High School, LAUSD

 

Oswego School District, Oswego, NY

9/97-9/01

·         Team leader of District Community Engagement Committee

·         SUNY Representative to district Compact for Learning Committee

·         SUNY Representative to district Team Sheldon/Vision Committee

·         Team Sheldon Member: professional collaboration between SUNY and County Schools

 

Pulaski School District, Pulaski, NY

9/97-6/98

·         Member of Technology Integration Task Force, Goals 2000 Grant Project

 

John Rogers High School, Spokane, WA

10/94-6/96

·         Assisted in the assessment and coordination of an integrated service-learning project.  In addition to formally carrying-out the project assessment, I facilitated the interaction of the faculty at RHS and students and faculty at WSU. 

·         Assisted in the assessment and development of the GOLD Freshmen orientation course.

·         Worked closely with WSU faculty and RHS faculty and administration in the multi-year project to restructure the curriculum of RHS and implement a site-based governance structure.

·         Delivered a workshop in authentic assessment to faculty.

·         Assisted faculty in the writing of two grant proposals for curriculum development.

 

Pullman School District, Alternative School

12/94-6/95

·         Assisted in the formal assessment of the program efficacy and student progress, including data collection and final report compilation.

 

Pullman School District, Lincoln Middle School

9/94-12/94

·         Assisted in the development of an at-risk student strategy.

·         Developed a progressive in-school suspension program. 

·         Coordinated school-wide computer-based student profile database program. 

·         Facilitated the school-wide learning styles testing and teacher training.

 

 

SPECIAL POPULATIONS ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND ACTIVITIES

 

Community Enterprises of Issaquah, Issaquah, WA.

9/90- 9/91 Consultant and Trainer

Responsibilities:

·         Worked directly with disabled adult population, and ultimately acted as an on-call consultant for various client’s assessment and training matters.

·         Selected the Special Olympics “Regional Coach of the Year,” King County, WA, 1982

·         Selected as a “Washington State Coaching Representative” for the International Special Olympic Games, South Bend, IN. 1985

 

 

EVIDENCE OF TEACHING EXPERTISE

 

2004, winter, CSULA, in their evaluation of EDCI 402, Introduction to Instructional Design, Assessment and Classroom management,, students rated the course 1.18

 

2003, spring, CSULA, in their evaluation of EDSE 415, Classroom Management in the Secondary School, students rated the course 1.06

 

2000, spring, SUNY Oswego; in their evaluation of EDU 510, Classroom Assessment, students rated the course 4.9 (on a scale of 1.0 to 5.0).

 

1999, spring, SUNY Oswego; in their evaluation of EDU 548, Reflective Teaching Methods, students rated course 4.8 (on a scale of 1.0 to 5.0).

 

1997, spring, Belmont University; In their evaluation of EDU: 212 Educational Tests and Measurements, students rated the course an overall average of 5.0 out of 5.0 possible, and rated my instructional performance 4.9 out of 5.0.

 

1985-89, University Prep Academy; Most requested teacher advisor, four years in a row. Consistently superior formal teacher evaluations.


 

PUBLICATIONS

Shindler, John (2004) Greater than the Sum of the Parts? Examining the Soundness of Collaborative Exams in Teacher Education Courses. Innovative Higher Education. v. 29 n.1.

 

Taylor, C., Jones, A., Shindler, J. (2004) Architect and Steward: Shaping a Vision of Learning” Examining the Role of the Principal in the Immersion of New Teachers into Existing Urban School Climates. Educational Leadership.

 

Shindler, John (2003) Creating a More Peaceful Classroom Community by Assessing Student Participation and Process. Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution Spring, v. 5.1

 

Shindler, J., Taylor , C., Jones, A., Cadenas, H (2003) Don’t Smile ‘til Christmas: Examining the Immersion of new teachers into existing school climates. Yearbook for the American Educational Research Association Urban Teaching and Learning SIG.

 

Shindler, John (2002) Examining the Soundness of Collaborative Essay Exams in Teacher Education Courses. National Forum of Teacher Education Journal, v. 12, n.3.

 

Jones, A., Taylor, C,, Shindler, J., Cadenas, H. (2002) That Won’t Work in My School: Examining the Interaction Between Beliefs of New Teachers and the Climate of the School They Enter. National Social Science Journal . Fall 2002.

 

Shindler, John (2002): Exploring various structural options for performance assessment scale design Which type of rubric is best?. National Forum of Applied Educational Research Journal. V.15, n2.

 

Shindler, John (2002) Which type of rubric is best: Exploring various structural options for performance assessment scale design. National Forum of Teacher Education Journal. V.12, n2.

 

Shindler, John & Yang, Harrison (2000). Authentic Assessment in the Educational Technology Course: How One University Attained Higher Achievement Through Process-based Assessment. Annals of the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Educational Research, Ponte Vedra, Florida.  University Press.

 

Yang, Harrison. & Shindler, John (2000) Hands on minds on: Using linear and nonlinear strategies to teach educational technology.  In the Proceedings for the Annual Meeting of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education.  D. Willis, J. Price and J. Willis, Editors, Volume 1, pp. 738-43.

 

Shindler, John & Jean Ann (2000) Cognitive Styles as Diversity.  In Revision.

 

Shindler, John. (1999) Creating a Psychology of Success in the classroom: Enhancing Academic Achievement by Systematically Promoting Student Self-Esteem. Web article at www.calstatela.edu/faculty/jshindl/teaching.

 

Parkay, Forrest; Shindler, John; & Oaks, Merrill, (January, 1997). Creating a climate for collaborative, emergent leadership at an urban high school; Exploring the stressors, role changes, and paradoxes of restructuring.  International Journal of Educational Reform, v6 n1.

 

Shindler, John (1998) Examining One High School’s Restructuring Efforts within “Garbage Can” Decision-Making Theory.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA, April (ERIC Reproduction Service Number ED 421 783).

 

Shindler, John, & Case, Rodney (1996) Apperception and Meaning Making: An Examination of Novice Qualitative Researchers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, April. (ERIC Reproduction Service Number ED 423 219)

 

Shindler, John & Reilich, Eileen. (1996). Student Centered Classroom Assessment, by Stiggins, Richard. Book Review. Curriculum in Context, v22, n5.

 

OTHER SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY

 

Shindler, J. (2004) Teaching for the Success of all Learning Styles: Five Principles for Promoting Greater Teacher Effectiveness and Higher Student Achievement for all Students. Available on line from Paragon Consulting, and on CD with the Paragon Learning Style Inventory.

 

Shindler, J., Jones, A., Taylor, C., Cadendas, H. (2003) Western Alliance for the Study of School Climate Secondary Classrooml Assessment Inventory.

 

Shindler, J., Jones, A., Taylor, C., Cadendas, H. (2003) Western Alliance for the Study of School Climate Secondary Classrooml Assessment Inventory.

 

Jones, A., Shindler, J., Cadenas, H., Taylor, C. (2003, January) Examining the efficacy of a participant driven school climate assessment and improvement system. Paper presentation at the American Association of the College Teachers of Education. New Orleans, LA. January 25-27. ERIC Reproduction Service.

 

Shindler, J. (2002, April) Examining the Soundness of Two Collaborative Assessment Methods. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA, April 1-5. ERIC Reproduction Service.

 

Shindler, J., Jones, A., Taylor, C., Cadendas, H. (2002) Western Alliance for the Study of School Climate Secondary School Assessment Inventory.

 

Jones, A., Shindler, J., Taylor, C. and Cadenas. H. (2002) That won’t work in my school: Examining New Teacher Immersion into New Schools. National Social Science Perspectives Journal, proceedings of the National Technology and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas.

 

Shindler, John (2002) Improving Classroom Climate by Formally Assessing Student Participation. Available on the Classroom Management Resource web site CSULA.

 

Shindler, John (2002) Instructional Methods that Promote a Success Psychology in Students and Schools. Available on the Classroom Management Resource web site CSULA.

 

Shindler, John, Brown, Bruce & Driver, Tim (1999) Evaluating and Improving School Climate; Handbook and School Improvement Materials.  Consulting Materials. Available from Paragon Educational Consulting.

 

Shindler, John. (1998) Who’s Getting into Teaching? Cognitive Styles as a Predictor of Choosing Teaching as a Career. Unpublished Research Report (ERIC Reproduction Service Number ED423219)

 

 

Shindler, John. Social Construct of a Common School and the Window of Intentionality. In Revision

 

Shindler, John. (1995) An Examination of Teachers in a Curriculum Reform Effort: A Case Study. Unpublished. Available on the Paragon Learning Style Inventory Web Site.

 

Shindler, John. (1994) A Factor Analysis and Type Dimension Comparison of the Paragon Temperament and Learning Style Inventory across Urban, Suburban, Music student Populations. Available from Paragon Educational Consulting.

 

Shindler, John. (1994) The Efficacy and Validity of Formal Qualitative Performance Assessment and the Examination of a Practical Model for use in Schools. Unpublished

 

Shindler, John (1993) Individual Leadership: A Three-dimensional Model. Available from Paragon Educational Consulting. Seattle, WA.

 

Shindler, John (1992) The Paragon Learning Style Indicator. Copyright 1992.  Available from Paragon Educational Consulting, Seattle, WA.

 

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS - NATIONAL

Shindler, J., Taylor C., Jones, A., Cadenas, H. (2004, April) Does Seeking to Create a Better Classroom Climate lead to Student Success or Improved Teaching? Examining the Relationship Between Pedagogical Choices and Classroom Climate in Urban Secondary Schools. Paper submitted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

 

Shindler, J., Taylor C., Jones, A., Cadenas, H. (2003, April) Sharing the data along with the responsibility: Examining the efficacy of an analytic scale-based school climate assessment system for K-12 schools. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Il. April 2003.

 

Cadenas, H., Shindler, J., Jones, A., Taylor, C. (2003, January) Forget Everything You Learned at the University: Exploring New Teacher Immersion into Existing School Cultures:. Roundtable presentation at the American Association of the College Teachers of Education. New Orleans, LA. January 25-27.

 

Jones, A., Shindler, J., Cadenas, H., Taylor, C. (2003, January) Transcending Traditional School Assessment: Examining the efficacy of a participant driven school climate assessment and improvement system. Roundtable presentation at the American Association of the College Teachers of Education. New Orleans, LA. January 25-27.

 

Shindler, J., Jones, A., Taylor, C, Cadenas, H. (2002, November) Who Needs the Data?Examining an Analytic Scale-based Model for Assessing School Climate. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the University Council of Education Administration, Pittsburg, PA.

 

Shindler, J. (2002, April) Examining the Soundness of Two Collaborative Assessment Methods. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA, April 1-5.

 

Shindler, John & Yang Harrison (2000, April) Authentic Assessment in an Educational Technology Course: Examining the Soundness of a Process-based System of Assessment. Paper accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Yang, Harrison & Shindler, John (2000, February) Hands on minds on: Use of linear and nonlinear strategies for teaching applied technology.  Paper presented at the American Association of Educational Research, San Diego, CA.

 

Shindler, John & Yang, Harrison (1999, December). Authentic Assessment in the Educational Technology Course: How One University Attained Higher Achievement Through Process-based Assessment.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Educational Research, Ponte Vedra, Florida.

 

Yang, Harrison & Shindler, John (1999, December) Applied Educational Technology. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Educational Research, Ponte Vedra, Florida.

 

Shindler, John (1998, April) Examining One High School’s Restructuring Efforts within “Garbage Can” Decision-Making Theory.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

 

Shindler, John, & Oaks, Merrill (1996, April) Restructuring and Curriculum Reform: An Ethnographic Inquiry into Teacher Motivation and Development at an Urban High School.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New York.

 

Shindler, John, & Case, Rodney (1996, April) Apperception and Meaning Making: An Examination of Novice Qualitative Researchers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

 

Parkay, Forrest; Shindler, John; Oaks, Merrill; & Gmelch, Walter. (1996, April) Exploring the Stressors, Role Changes, and Paradoxes of Restructuring; Implications for School -University Partnerships. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

 

Parkay, Forrest; Shindler, John; Oaks, Merrill; & Gmelch, Walter. (1996, April)  A Leadership Team in Transition: Responding to the Ambiguities of School Restructuring. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

 

Parkay, Forrest; Shindler, John; Oaks, Merrill; & Gmelch, Walter. (1995, October) Creating a Climate for Collaborative, Emergent Leadership at an Urban High School: Exploring the Stressors, Role Changes, and Paradoxes of Restructuring. Paper presented to the University Council for Educational Administration. Salt Lake City, UT.

 

 

OTHER PRESENTATIONS

Shindler, J. Taylor, C., Jones, A., Cadenas, H. (2003, March) Forget Everything You Learned at the University: Examining a Model for Interpreting New Teacher Immersion. Satellites in Education Conference. California State University, Los Angeles.

 

Jones, A., Shindler, J. Taylor, & C, Cadenas, H. (2002, March) What happens to the classroom management beliefs and practice of new teachers as they spend time in schools? Satellites in Education Conference. California State University, Los Angeles. March 28-29.

 

Jones, A., Taylor, C. Shindler, J. & Cadenas, H. (2002, April) Exploring the interaction between new teacher beliefs and practice and existing school climate? Teacher Education Conference. Las Vegas, NV. April 11-12.

 

Shindler, J. Cadenas, H., Jones, A. & Taylor C. (2002, April) Investigating School Climate; Who is assessment data for? Poster presentation at the Annual Research Colloquium. California State University, Los Angeles, April 22.

 

Shindler, John (1998, April) Examining Learning Style Patterns in Pre-Service Teachers from Four Universities.  Paper presented at the annual SUNY QUEST Conference, Oswego, NY.

 

Shindler, John, & Putyrae, Glenn., (1995, May) An Examination of Talk-Aloud Protocol Content of Readers in a University Portfolio Assessment Program.  Paper presented at the Sixth Annual Higher Education Assessment Conference. Spokane, WA.

 

Shindler, John.  (1995, May) Oh Go Ahead Without Us! A Case Study of Teachers who have Chosen a Limited Role in One High Schools Reform Efforts.  Paper presented at the Department. of Sociology Symposium of Qualitative Research, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

 

 

STUDENT ADVISEMENT AND DIRECTED TEACHING SUPERVISION

CSULA

Fall 2001: Supervised 8 Elementary Directed Teachers

Winter 2002: Supervised 1 Secondary Directed Teacher

Summer 2002: Supervised 4 Secondary and 8 Elementary Directed Teachers

Fall 2003: Supervised 3 Elementary Directed Teachers

 

SUNY, Oswego

Fall 1997-Fall 1999; Supervised 28 student teachers

Fall 1997-Fall 1999; Supervised 82 students during their practicum experience

Fall 1997-present; have advised 16 graduate thesis projects, 9 currently

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS DELIVERED (selected)

 

Leadership and Positive Program Management,

Belflower SD. (80 participants) October 4, 2004

Belflower SD (72 participants) October 21, 2003

 

Behavioral Management

            Extended Learning Program,

            120 After school Program Supervisors – delivered at CSULA, November 1, 2001

            After school Program Workers – 100 participants – delivered at CSU Northridge, 11/2/01

            Other presentations to ELP participants including Belflower S.D. Downey S.D.

 

Alternative Assessment Methods.

            Washington League of Schools, Spokane, WA, Fall Conference, 1995

            Spokane School District High School Teachers, February, 1996

            Leonard Berstein Center for Arts Education Development, Nashville, fall 1996

            SUNY Oswego: Elementary Methods Seminar, guest presentation 3 times

 

Use of the Paragon Learning Style Indicator in the Classroom.

            Inglewood Junior High School, Redmond, WA, October, 1992

            Lincoln Middle School Faculty, Pullman, WA, November, 1994

            Belmont Faculty Symposium, Nashville, TN, November, 1996

            Annual School Counseling Conference, SUNY Oswego, April 1999

Central NY Catholic Schools Symposium, November, 1999

Several times in Oswego County from 1997 to present

           

Use of the Tennessee Self Esteem Inventory.

            Pullman Alternative School, Pullman, WA, April, 1995

 

Use of the MBTI in Career Counseling.

            Washington State University, Career Services Faculty and Staff, October, 1994

            Annual School Counseling Conference, SUNY Oswego, April 1999

 

Participation-Based Assessment

            Lake Washington School District Teacher In-Service. Redmond, WA, fall, 1991

 

Use of Multiple Intelligence Theory in the Classroom

            Davidson County Teachers Symposium, Belmont University, Nashville, February, 1997

 

 

GRANTS WRITTEN

 

Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction,

Title IV Innovative Projects Grant

            Rogers High School, GOLD Freshmen Orientation Course Curriculum

            Partnership Project Grant; Rogers High and Washington State University

            $29,000 Requested

            Spring, 1995

 

Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction,

Title IV Innovative Projects Grant

            Rogers High School, Alternative Program Coordination Project

            Spokane School District #81, Spokane, WA

            $32,000 Requested   

            Spring, 1995

 

 

TECHNOLOGICAL EXPERTISE

 

Internet Web Site: http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/jshindl/

·         Link jshindl/cm

·         Classroom Management Resource – listed on Google Search Engine (currently #8 for search of 870,000 listings for “classroom management resources”

·         Link jshindl/teaching

·         Content moved from Oswego site currently listed #1 on Yahoo out of 1,200,000 sites under the search “teaching and assessment resources.”

 

Internet Web site http://www.calstatela/schoolclimate

·         I currently manage the official Web site for the Western Alliance for the Study of School Climate – WAASC. Listed on Google #1 of 340,000 hits for search “study school climate”

 

Internet Site: http://www.calstatela.edu/plsi

·         Site includes the multiple resources of the Paragon Learning Style Inventory and many interpretive materials.

 

Internet Web Site: http://www.oswego.edu/~shindler, SUNY Oswego - 1998-present

·         Includes sources for teacher-made lesson plans and assessment strategies

·         Over 200 links (largest faculty web site at SUNY Oswego)

·         Includes “how to” sources for assessment and curriculum development

·         Includes a fully functional learning/cognitive style inventory (Paragon Learning Styles Inventory) that can be taken electronically as well as accompanying interpretive documentation.

 

Integrated Classroom Computer Network Project, SUNY Oswego - 1997-98

·         Grant team member responsible for communicating technological applications for education to Elementary Methods students.

·         Collaborate with other team members on innovative applications for computers in the k-12 classroom

 

Fluency in the following computer operating systems:

            Macintosh, Windows, Windows, MSDOS

 

Expertise in the following educational software applications:

            Systat, TestStat, ERIC, Endnote2, Claris HomePage, Netscape, Telnet, Hypercard, Kid Pix, Reader Rabbit, Math Blaster, Kid Works, Teacher Toolbox, Grade Machine, Encarta, Hyperstudio, Inspiration, TaskStream, DreamWeaver, Palm OS,

 

Expertise in the following information processing programs:

            MSWord, MacWord, Excell, MSWorks, PowerPoint, and Claris Works

 


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

2003-2005 Elected President/Chair of the School Climate and Culture SIG

of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

 

Membership in:

American Educational Research Association

AERA, Urban Learning SIG

AERA, School Climate SIG

American Association of Educational Researchers

University Council for Educational Administration

National Education Association

Phi Delta Kappa

Alpha Sigma Nu

Washington Educational Research Association

Washington League of Schools

Washington Association of Schools Assessment System


Classroom Management Resource Page      Shindler      School Climate      PLSI       Teaching   -    Workshops by JVS