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2 Sharon Link, Ph.D. Interactive Vita & Design Portfolio Cell: (917) S. End Avenue, Apt. 231 New York, New York

3 About this Portfolio Due to the breadth of my personal experiences and education, I designed this interactive portfolio for you to be able to search different aspects of my education and work experience to learn more about ways my skills can work within your organization. 2

4 Navigation & Tool Bar This portfolio is designed to be an interactive experience. You will be able to navigate through this presentation by clicking on the links above to know more about my background and learn ways that I can contribute to your organization. 3 Introduction to Sharon Sequential Traditional Instructional Design Instructor Teaching Leadership & Coaching WritingGroup Facilitation Personal Attributes Software & Technical Proficiency Contact Sharon Community Involvement Certificates Professional Associations Presentations Education & Degrees

5 Introduction to Sharon Link, Ph.D. For the past 15 years I have blended my career in many ways. I studied education and worked both as a classroom teacher for students in elementary, high school, and middle school, and also worked in the administration office as a Human Resources Director for three years. This is a rich part of my background and it enables me to work with clients to develop and design training for employees on a wide variety of subjects. I have developed numerous courses using the ADDIE method, and I can do the same for your organization. During my years in both of these environments, I facilitated groups for teachers and students, designed, developed and implemented workshops and presentations and integrated technology throughout my career. Additionally, I have designed, developed and taught graduate level courses for adult students in various environments including instructor- led, blended learning, and online. I am also a prolific writer, having written 29 articles for Ebsco Publishing, a research based book on autism, and now a chapter on Inferential Statistics in a graduate level textbook. I also formed a nonprofit called Link Autism Leadership. Aside from my leadership and community activities on behalf of this organization, I have presented at numerous conferences. I also coordinated and hosted an event for autistic children called: Painting with Spirits: A Journey Toward Autism’s Strengths. My Ph.D. is in Leadership Studies. I have also consulted in various organizations nationally and regionally, coached organizationally and instructionally, and I work hard to meet tight deadlines. I work well within a team environment, or independently. I meet demands with excellence. For your organization, I can develop a leadership and training program, develop courses in all environments, teach students, facilitate groups, write white papers or other marketing information, collaborate with SME’s for Instructional Design purposes, or coach as needed. My strengths and background can fill a wide variety of needs, and I enjoy work that is engaging and fun. 4

6 Additional Information about Sharon I have served 15+ years in education in various capacities, serving as a classroom teacher, graduate level instructor, education administrator, and human resources director. I am familiar with not only the course development, but also the implementation and delivery of the professional development I design. I earned a B.A., M.Ed. and Ph.D. while working full-time and raising a son with Asperger Disorder. I am an expert in Autism Spectrum Disorders and have developed and implemented Professional Development for teachers in this area. I am a workaholic and will not finish until the work I do for you gets done to my highest and best capacity. This is the work that I love to do, and I will do an outstanding job for you. I have developed and refined all sorts of professional development content, materials, and delivery systems in my numerous roles. I am a published author of a research based book on Asperger Disorder. The book was published through VDM Verlag, a German publishing house. I am in the process of now writing a chapter in a graduate level statistics book for Agate Publishing out of Chicago. In my spare time, I worked with Ebsco Publishing to write 29 research based articles on various topics, which are all published through them and available at universities around the world. I can provide samples of this work as needed. I consulted nationally with the National Urban Alliance for Effective Education working with teachers around the United States aimed at building a high level of engagement in educational practice. I am technologically literate in various types of software and in their uses. I am a voracious and avid learner, and I will not disappoint you if given the opportunity work with you. In addition to training and development in online, blended, and in-seat environments, I can facilitate and/or implement all of the training I develop. 5

7 Career Career Objective: My goal is to obtain a position that utilizes my instructional design and information technology background. I work with multimedia, the Web, online learning, distance learning, course management systems, and integrate various technology tools in teaching and learning. I am an avid learner and researcher and blend all of these skills to bring optimal outcomes for my clients, teammates, and end users of the training and platforms I develop. I will work with you to develop workshops and training or courses instructor-led, blended or online. I am proficient in both environments. My Ph.D. is in Leadership Studies. I can work with you to optimize leadership in your organization. 6

8 Sequential Traditional View April 2000 – Present Instructional Design Consultant Instructionally designed two-day workshop, developed HR Participant Guide, training materials, case studies, and other materials for Columbia University in a blended learning format. Instructionally designed workshops, course materials, and training for non-profits in Washington State in a blended learning format. Utilized Dreamweaver to build websites from scratch including templates, graphic layout, and content, including Link Autism Leadership. Developed HR Training Manuals, New Employee Orientation Materials, Diversity Training Materials, and other HR related professional development and facilitated all training for 3 years as HR Director. Facilitated training for teachers, district leaders, and para- educators in academic, behavioral, and social interventions for autism utilizing current research in both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Featured on local media in “Living with autism” 7

9 Sequential/Traditional View September 2000 – Present Professional Writer Wrote HR Manuals and course materials for all new hire training, diversity, and compliance. Contributed to a HR Participant Guide working with SME’s and other Principals to design and develop course materials, case studies, and workshop activities for Columbia University New York City. Currently writing a chapter in a graduate level statistics textbook deadline March 18, Contracted and wrote numerous articles for Ebscohost on various education and sociology topics. A bibliography is included below. (2008 – 2009). Wrote a dissertation that was published as a book by VDM Verlag. (2007). Wrote a candidacy paper on Asperger Disorder and Personal Leadership that was published on parent blog sites. (2005). 8

10 Sequential/Traditional View January 2007 – Present University Instructor and University Curriculum Designer, In Seat and Online Developed course manual and modules for Managers and Supervisors at Columbia University, NYC. Developed course materials, multi-media presentation, and facilitated training for educators at Touro College, New York City. Developed and taught fully online Graduate Certificate programs utilizing E-College® platform, which included courses purposed toward a Certificate in Effective Strategies for the Autistic Student and courses purposes toward a Certificate in Instructional Coaching for Chapman University in California. Developed various instruments for data collection purposed toward Action Research in public education environments to accompany the courses. Successfully supervised graduate level research projects and theses. Taught graduate level Educational Evaluation and Measurement (Summative and Formative Assessment) EDLA 565 course for Gonzaga University to graduate education students in Kelowna, B.C. teaching in K-12 environments and used Blackboard to create a virtual course component. Co-taught 3 Credit Ph.D. level course called Global and Policy Analysis as a Graduate Assistant. These are video presentations. 9

11 Sequential/Traditional View March 2007 – September 2009 Instructional Coach, National Urban Alliance, Syosset, NY Instructionally designed, developed, and implemented instructor led training for large group (500 people) and small group (25 people) training. Mentored and instructionally coached teachers in lower socio-economic, urban school districts. Trained in intentional instructional practices aimed toward mediation and mastery in closing achievement gap for all students. Collected data during evaluative performance management processes. Facilitated Professional Development strategies and collected data in WMEP Minnesota Project in accordance ADDIE model and reflective feedback model. See pictures on right side of page. This is a video presentation. 10

12 Sequential/Traditional View January 2003 – September 2006 Organizational Consultant, Center for Organizational Reform, Spokane, WA Provided leadership development and coaching/technical assistance to organizations in accordance with Edgar Schein’s model of process consultation with small corporations in Washington State. Collaboratively crafted a 3-year strategic plan for a school district. Collected data during corporate meetings and presented findings to client managers at small and mid-sized corporations. 11

13 Sequential/Traditional View September 2003 – June 2010 Educator, West Valley School District, Spokane, WA Taught elementary, middle school, and high school at different intervals during my career in education. Designed course syllabi, prepared lessons and class discussions, facilitated group activities, and evaluated students. Utilized formative assessment practices. Collaborated with other teachers on instructional practices, student support and discipline. Developed website as part of blended learning classroom feature. Provided Instructional Coaching and in-services to other teachers. Served on Instructional Materials Committee for 2 years; served on other committees since 2000, including, but not limited to, elementary science committee, literacy committee, and writing committee. Served actively as Leadership Team Member to co-facilitate building transformation and implement teacher reflection. 12

14 Sequential/Traditional View August 2000 – August 2003 Personnel Director, West Valley School District, Spokane, WA Designed, developed and implemented all course materials and training for New Hire Orientation, Diversity Training, and other HR functions. Facilitated all professional development and in-service training for union and non-union staff both certificated and non-certificated. Facilitated all hiring committees for union and non-union staff. Utilized ADDIE/SAT methodologies for employee training and evaluation. Communicated with staff regarding their evaluations. Revised district tobacco policies and developed tobacco procedures to augment policy. Constructed an e-database for systemizing salary schedules and employee credits. Bargained with three unions. Directly oversaw the leadership, training, and professional development of 30 employees. 13

15 Education Academic Degrees: 2007Ph.D. in Leadership Studies Gonzaga University 2003Principal Certification (P – 12) Whitworth University 2002M.Ed. Education Administration Whitworth University 1997B.A. Education Whitworth University Certificates: 2009Certificate in Organizational Coaching from Coach U in conjunction with Instructional Coach Federation 2003Washington State Administrative Certificate (Principal P – 12)#353671A 1997Washington State Continuing Teaching Certificate; Elementary Education; Minors in Political Science and English endorsed (4 – 12) #353671A 14

16 Instructor/Teaching January 2007 – Present University Instructor and University Curriculum Designer, In Seat and Online Developed and taught fully online Graduate Certificate programs utilizing E-College® platform, which included courses purposed toward a Certificate in Effective Strategies for the Autistic Student and courses purposes toward a Certificate in Instructional Coaching for Chapman University in California. Taught nontraditional, adult students in a fully online environment, while cultivating a faculty culture of best practices, peer review, and excellence in online teaching and learning. (References are available upon request). Developed various instruments for data collection purposed toward Action Research in public education environments to accompany the courses. Collaboratively wrote and reviewed curriculum with Chapman University Faculty. Taught graduate level Educational Evaluation and Measurement (Summative and Formative Assessment) EDLA 565 course for Gonzaga University to graduate education students in Kelowna, B.C. teaching in K-12 environments and used Blackboard to create a virtual course component. Worked with the College Curriculum Committee to develop program curriculum and create assessments for measurement of learning outcomes. Co-taught 3 Credit Ph.D. level course called Global and Policy Analysis as a Graduate Assistant. 15 September 2003 – June 2010 Educator, West Valley School District, Spokane, WA Taught elementary, middle school, and high school at different intervals during my career in education. Designed course syllabi, prepared lessons and class discussions, facilitated group activities, and evaluated students. Utilized formative assessment practices. 1.0 FTE September 1997 – June 2000 Educator, Post Falls School District, Post Falls, ID Taught elementary, middle school, and high school at different intervals during my career in education. Designed course syllabi, prepared lessons and class discussions, facilitated group activities, and evaluated students. Utilized formative assessment practices..5 FTE

17 Leadership & Coaching April 2000 – Present Instructional Design Consultant Instructionally designed two-day workshop, developed HR Participant Guide, training materials, case studies, and other materials for Columbia University in a blended learning format. January 2007 – Present University Instructor and University Curriculum Designer, In Seat and Online Developed participant guide and modules for Managers and Supervisors at Columbia University, NYC. Developed course materials, multi-media presentation, and facilitated training for educators at Touro College, New York City. 16

18 Leadership & Coaching March 2007 – September 2009 Instructional Coach, National Urban Alliance, Syosset, NY Instructionally designed, developed, and implemented instructor led training for large group (500 people) and small group (25 people) training. Mentored and instructionally coached teachers in lower socio-economic, urban school districts. Trained in intentional instructional practices aimed toward mediation and mastery in closing achievement gap for all students. January 2003 – September 2006 Organizational Consultant, Center for Organizational Reform, Spokane, WA Provided leadership development and coaching/technical assistance to organizations in accordance with Edgar Schein’s model of process consultation with small corporations in Washington State. 17

19 Instructional Design Analysis Utilized ADDIE/SAT model of instructional analysis to develop virtual courses for Chapman University. Worked with SMEs, HR Client Managers to analyze needs for Participant Guide for Columbia University. Collected data including survey methods, interviews, case studies, focus groups, and phenomenology in organizational and school settings and reported findings for Center for Organizational Reform. Analyzed client’s needs to write a chapter in a graduate level statistics book. Wrote Instructional Design Document as part of analysis process to share with SME’s including the example on this page. Utilize an inquiry document in order to assess needs for various Instructional Design projects. 18

20 Instructional Design Design Designed a qualitative study for a book entitled: Asperger Syndrome & Maternal Experiences: An Exploration of Mothers Raising Children with Asperger Syndrome (VDM Verlag, 2009). (A phenomenological study). Designed Participant Guide, PowerPoints, and other multi-media to design HR activities for workshops at Columbia University. Wrote 28 research articles for Ebsco Host – the World’s Premium Search Engine and analyzed topics through an Instructional Design model. Designed various courses and trainings for various universities including Chapman University (Irvine, California) and Columbia University (New York, New York). Worked closely with SME’s to insure that client needs are met according the needs of the client. 19 These are available for download on page 24 of this presentation.

21 Instructional Design Development Developed and implemented numerous graduate level courses for Chapman University in different disciplines which included creating an Action Plan, Curriculum Map, and Virtual Portfolio in an online environment using both E-College and Blackboard platforms. Developed HR training materials for new hires and diversity training as School District HR Director for 3 years. Wrote case studies and other activities for Columbia University’s HR program to train managers and supervisors. Prepared modules for Captivate. Working with SME to develop leadership program for organizational leaders, including but not limited to, Participant Materials, Case Studies, Protocols for Holding Meetings, and an Online component for leaders in the U.S. and Europe. Developed online course content for assigned courses, in accordance with online development procedures and guidelines. 20

22 Instructional Design Implementation Instructionally Coached teachers in Minneapolis in collaboration with the National Urban Alliance for Effective Instruction 2008 – 2009 school year. Completed coaching certification program guided by International Coach Federation. Utilized protocols for meeting and group facilitation to implement New Hire training as HR Director. Instructed classes I designed and developed to insure quality control and student learning of content I developed. Facilitated numerous groups of teachers, parents, and community members during workshops I have designed and presented, including at Touro College, NYC. Wrote a book on research findings related to Asperger Syndrome published by a German publishing house. 21

23 Instructional Design Evaluation Utilized ADDIE/SAT and Kirkpatrick’s Four Level Evaluation Model for employee training and evaluation. Constructed a database for systemizing salary schedules and employee credits. Taught a graduate level blended learning class for Gonzaga University on formative and summative assessment to students in Kelowna, British Columbia. Utilized student driven evaluation in order to monitor and adjust in various instructional environments, including in workshops I have designed and developed. Designed, developed, and implemented numerous types of assessments including online, portfolio based assessments based on Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences for Chapman University online courses. Level 1 Evaluation—ReactionLevel 2 Evaluation—Learning Level 3 Evaluation—BehaviorLevel 4 Evaluation—Results Kirkpatrick’s Four Level Evaluation Model 22

24 Writing These are available for download on the next page. The book is for sale at: Experiences- Exploration/dp/ X/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid= &sr=8-5http://www.amazon.com/Asperger-Syndrome-Maternal- Experiences- Exploration/dp/ X/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid= &sr=8-5 23

25 Writing..\..\Ebscohost\Academic Learning Time.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Applied Behavioral Analysis.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Assessing Class Education.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Child Health Policies.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Educology.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Essentialism & Perennialism.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Family Involvement in Special Education.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Family Involvement in Special Education.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\George Mead's I and Me.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Graphic Organizers.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\International Adoption.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Internet Dating.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Mainstreaming in the Public Schools.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\oligarchies.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Post-Industrial Societies.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Self Determination Theory.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Social Category & Social Aggregate.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Social Status & Social Interaction.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Socialization for Lifelong Learning.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Sociobiology.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Socio-Emotional Development.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Teaching Life Skills.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Teaching Students with Autism.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\The Medicalization of Deviance.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\The Megalopolis.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\The Single Parent Household.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Theory of Mind.pdf..\..\Ebscohost\Work in the Post Industrial World.pdf 24

26 Software MS Office Suite Adobe Captivate Adobe Creative Suite Articulate E-Learning Suite E-College Blackboard Desire2Learn Lectora Publisher Etc. You got it…I can do it! 25

27 Technical Proficiency Database design and implementation Utilize Access features to program databases Improve progress monitoring through formative feedback. Develop and accessed personalized of instructional delivery. Facilitate rapid content changes. Mediate the flow of training and provides feedback on delivery models. Refine information within the organization and allows principles to offer statistical feedback on effectiveness of the training model. Design a framework of selective learning within the organization and allowed management to make key determinations regarding data and input. Graphic design Enhance interest of materials and web-based applications. Clarify complex concepts. Improve visual presentation of data. Provide interface development of all types and varieties. Impact perception and quality of the training and materials. Custom Program Development Graphic Design Web Design and Maintenance Technical Project Management Database design and implementation Multimedia Design 26

28 Technical Proficiency Custom Software development Develop specialized desktop applications. Utilize ADDIE model in all software development. Develop games or other interfaces that improved delivery models to enhance productivity. Develop training solutions from mobile platforms for Smart Phones. Web design and application development Web development for both Microsoft and Open Source Platforms. Develop add-ons for existing sites or new applications. Add an e-commerce to sell training, evaluations, and other materials. Multimedia Design Create training videos and videographies PowerPoint presentations. Develop flash animations Incorporate engineering and architectural Computer Aided Design (CAD) content. Technical Project Management Coordinate a technical team. Effectively communicate. Monitor performance of teams. Design and propose statement of work. Create technical design documents. Deliver business impact analysis of the project/ assignment. Report and communicate training requirements. 27 “Organizations are living systems, not machines, because they are made up of people. As innovators in a living system, we must learn to think more like gardeners than mechanics. When we view the organization as a living system, our perspective becomes one of how to provide the right environment or context for the organization to fulfill its purpose." -- Andrew Papageorge, in GoInnovate “Organizations are living systems, not machines, because they are made up of people. As innovators in a living system, we must learn to think more like gardeners than mechanics. When we view the organization as a living system, our perspective becomes one of how to provide the right environment or context for the organization to fulfill its purpose." -- Andrew Papageorge, in GoInnovate

29 Personal Attributes Independen t Hard Working Organizational awareness Creative Focused on Excellence Deadline Driven Professional 28 Collaborative

30 Professional Associations Member, American Society for Training & Development (2010) Member, Microsoft Online Research Panel (2010) Member, National Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (2003 – present) Member, National Association of Women’s Business Owners (2010) Member, New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education (NYSCATE) (2010) Member, Washington Association of School Principals (2003 – present) Member, Washington Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (2005 – present) 29

31 Community Involvement 2007SPIN Kids Grant$ 500 This grant was used to purchase equipment for the Occupational Therapy Department at Seth Woodard Elementary School. 2007ESD 101 School-wide Grant$ 2, 500 This grant was used to fund a school-wide Community Multicultural Fair. It also served as an end-of-the-year fundraiser to purchase social studies curriculum materials. 2002R.T.L. renewal grant for 3 years (co-wrote)$250,000 This grant was part of an ongoing campaign to increase educational opportunities for children with diverse backgrounds in West Valley School District. Also served as grant coordinator for 2002/2003 school year. 1997Idaho Community Learning Grant$ 500 This grant was used to develop a student-led academic learning project that culminated in the development of a student store, which allowed older students to work with younger students in a peer-mediation model. 1997Post Falls Education Foundation$ 2, 500 This grant was written to fund various curriculum materials and to align curricula used by a private school with a public school district. Total$ 265,500 30

32 Group Facilitation Link, S. (2009). Professional Development and Instructional Strategies in WMEP. Workshops presented at Wayzata School District, Sunset Hill Elementary School, Minneapolis, MN. Link, S. (2008). Professional Development and Instructional Strategies in WMEP. Workshops presented at Wayzata School District, Sunset Hill Elementary School, Minneapolis, MN. Link, S. (2007, June). All day Instructional Workshop presented at Pacific Coast Teachers’ Conference – Gethsemane Lutheran School, Spokane, WA. January 2003 – September 2006 Organizational Consultant, Center for Organizational Reform, Spokane, WA Provided leadership development and coaching/technical assistance to organizations in accordance with Edgar Schein’s model of process consultation with small corporations in Washington State. Collaboratively crafted a 3-year strategic plan for a school district. Collected data during corporate meetings and presented findings to client managers at small and mid-sized corporations. Link, S. (2003, March). Personnel panel discussion for new teachers presented at Whitworth University. Annual Panel Discussion for New Teachers. Spokane, Washington. Link, S. (2002, March). Personnel panel discussion for new teachers presented at Whitworth University. Annual Panel Discussion for New Teachers. Spokane, Washington. Link, S. (2001, March). Personnel panel discussion for new teachers presented at Whitworth University. Annual Panel Discussion for New Teachers. Spokane, Washington. Task ProcessGroupSelf 31

33 Presentations Link, S. (2011) Lighting the Spark: Getting All of Your Students to Learn. Workshop presented at Touro College in partnership with the Lander Center for Educational Research, New York, NY. Link, S. (2010). Engaging autistic students in general education classrooms. Workshop presented at Washington State Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, Spokane, WA. Link, S. (2009). Professional Development and Instructional Strategies in WMEP. Workshops presented at Wayzata School District, Sunset Hill Elementary School, Minneapolis, MN. Link, S. (2008). Professional Development and Instructional Strategies in WMEP. Workshops presented at Wayzata School District, Sunset Hill Elementary School, Minneapolis, MN. Link, S. (2008, July). Using Your Child’s Strengths to Prevail Against Systems’ Shortfalls. Lecture presented at Washington Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development Conference, Kennewick, WA. Link, S. (2008, July). Comprehension Organizers: A Transformational Meta- Language for Learning for ALL Learners. Lecture presented at Washington Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development Conference, Kennewick, WA. 32

34 Presentations Link, S. (2008, June). Autism 101 – A Guide for School Administrators. Lecture presented at Washington Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development Conference, Spokane, WA. Link, S. (2008, June). Professional Learning Communities – An Overview for School Administrators. Lecture presented at Washington Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development Conference, Spokane, WA. Link, S. (2008, March). Utilizing Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships to Improve Public Schools. Lecture presented at Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA. Link, S. (2007, June). All day Instructional Workshop presented at Pacific Coast Teachers’ Conference – Gethsemane Lutheran School, Spokane, WA. Link, S. (2007, June). Working Together to Make It Work. Lecture presented at Inter-Disciplinary Educational Alternative Strategies Conference – Educational Service District, Spokane, Washington. Link, S. (2007, January). Relationships, Rigor, and Relevance: Connecting with Parents and Patrons. Lecture presented at Washington State School Director’s Association Conference, Spokane, Washington. Link, S. (2006, January). Pillars of Resilience through Advocacy, Partnerships & Success. Lecture presented at Title 1 Parent Advocacy Conference, OSPI & ESD 101, Spokane, Washington. Link, S. (2005, May). Adolescent decision making strategies and best practice. PEER Student Leadership Council & Student Association. Department of Health & Welfare, Spokane, Washington. 33

35 Presentations Link, S. (2003, April). Seven strategies to augment educational practices for the mildly autistic child. Council for Exceptional Children International Conference. Seattle, WA. Link, S. (2003, April). Societal and educational trends for the child with autism: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Council for Exceptional Children International Conference. Seattle, WA. Link, S. (2003, March). Personnel panel discussion for new teachers presented at Whitworth University. Annual Panel Discussion for New Teachers. Spokane, Washington. Link, S. (2002, March). Personnel panel discussion for new teachers presented at Whitworth University. Annual Panel Discussion for New Teachers. Spokane, Washington. Link, S. (2001, March). Personnel panel discussion for new teachers presented at Whitworth University. Annual Panel Discussion for New Teachers. Spokane, Washington. 34


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