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1 September 24, 2004 School of Education Faculty/Staff Meeting

2 Agenda 1.Welcome – Sally Mason & George Hynd 2.Approval of SOE Minutes 3.Introduction of New Faculty & Staff George Hynd – Office of the DeanGeorge Hynd – Office of the Dean Jim Lehman – Curriculum & InstructionJim Lehman – Curriculum & Instruction Kevin Kelly – Educational StudiesKevin Kelly – Educational Studies 4.State of the School of Education – Our Vision for the Future – George Hynd School of Education Strategic Plan – George HyndSchool of Education Strategic Plan – George Hynd Objectives for – George HyndObjectives for – George Hynd Organization of the Dean’s Office – George HyndOrganization of the Dean’s Office – George Hynd Associate Dean for Discovery and Faculty Development – Jeff GilgerAssociate Dean for Discovery and Faculty Development – Jeff Gilger Associate Dean for Learning and Engagement – Sidney moonAssociate Dean for Learning and Engagement – Sidney moon Department of Curriculum & Instruction – Jim LehmanDepartment of Curriculum & Instruction – Jim Lehman Department of Educational Studies – Kevin KellyDepartment of Educational Studies – Kevin Kelly 5.Adjournment

3 Welcome

4 Approval of SOE Minutes

5 Introduction of New Faculty & Staff

6 Office of the Dean

7 Sidney Moon Who’s New? Who Knew? Associate Dean for Learning & Engagement Office of the Dean Profile: Professor of Educational Studies, Purdue University Director, Gifted Education Resource Institute, Purdue University Author/Co-Author of more than 60 publications related to gifted and talented studies Areas of interest: Talent development in the STEM disciplines, twice-exceptional students, social/emotional development of talented youth, gifted education program development and evaluation, personal talent development

8 Jeffrey Gilger Who’s New? Who Knew? Associate Dean for Discovery & Faculty Development Office of the Dean Profile: BA Psychology and MS Clinical Child/School Psychology, California State University, Hayward MA Experimental Psychology and PhD Development Psychology (Human Behavioral Genetics), University of California, Santa Barbara Prior academic positions at Universities of Iowa, Colorado and Denver, Kansas, and California State University, Los Angeles Current research-related activities: Developing a collaborative national “brain bank” for brain research on LD, reviewing a large dyslexia treatment database as part of a national team; continuing research in the area of the neurogenetcis of LD and giftedness

9 Beth Helton Who’s New? Who Knew? Secretary V Office of the Dean Profile: Duties: Provide administrative support to the Associate Dean for Learning and Engagement and the Associate Dean for Discover and Faculty Development Areas of interest: PURDUE FOOTBALL!!!

10 Development

11 Becky Watson Who’s New? Who Knew? Director of Communications and Alumni Relations Development & Alumni Relations Office Profile: Bachelor of Arts, Graphic Design, Central Washington University, Ellensburg Master of Arts, Art, Central Washington University, Ellensburg Ed.D., Educational Leadership, UNLV Areas of interest: Marketing and Communications Strategies/Projects, assist the School's development activities, manage alumni-related boards and their projects, primary coordinator of all School of Education alumni and development events.

12 Office of Field Experiences

13 Jim Gilligan Who’s New? Who Knew? Student Teaching Coordinator Office of Field Experiences Profile: Native of Brooklyn, NY B.A. and M.A. in English from Queens College of the City University of New York Seventeen years of experience as a high school and college instructor in English, Education, and Theater Arts Former Block I instructor and supervisor of student teachers in English at Purdue Interests include: Pop culture, literature, theatre, baseball, New York Mets, and tennis My Warholian fifteen minutes of fame: I was a contestant on “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” in February 2000

14 Rhonda Wilson Who’s New? Who Knew? Secretary Office of Field Experiences Profile: Assists with liaison efforts to school corporations and University faculty. Assists with daily office operations & activities Coordinates office duties such as processing files, keeping and updating placement statistical reports, facilitating phone operations, assisting students and others at the reception desk. Hobbies include working in my flower garden, playing and spending time with my 3 grand children. My husband and I enjoy raising club calves for 4-H kids who cannot afford to buy their own animals to show at fair time.

15 Office of Professional Preparation and Licensure

16 Brandy Jensen Who’s New? Who Knew? Secretary Office of Professional Preparation and Licensure Profile: Duties: Oversee day to day office operations. Coordinate Teacher Education Council and Teacher Education Council Executive Committee meetings, as well as correspond with the members. Talking, family, meeting new people, and finding new challenges everyday.

17 Graduate Studies Office

18 Kelly Zakel-Larson Who’s New? Who Knew? Graduate Technical Specialist Graduate Studies Office Profile: Duties: Manage access database, run statistical reports, administer the “Apply Yourself” program, work with office newsletters and web site, register students and correspond with students. Areas of interest: Learning new skills, helping others, relaxing with family & friends, married with 4 adult children and 1 grandchild, originally from Washington state, recently moved to Lafayette area from Vincennes, IN.

19 Department of Curriculum & Instruction

20 Nadine Dolby Who’s New? Who Knew? Assistant Professor of Curriculum Studies Department of Curriculum and Instruction Profile: Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, Journalism, Boston University Master of Education, Cultural Diversity and Curriculum Reform, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Areas of interest: Global issues in curriculum, identity and its representation in education

21 Salli Forbes Who’s New? Who Knew? Clinical Associate Professor of Language and Literacy and Director of Reading Recovery Department of Curriculum and Instruction Profile: Bachelor of Arts, Elementary Education, Marycrest College Master of Arts, Elementary Education with emphasis in Reading Disabilities, University of Iowa Ph.D., Elementary Education and Reading, University of Iowa Areas of interest: Reading Recovery, phrasing and fluency in reading

22 Erik Malewski Who’s New? Who Knew? Assistant Professor of Curriculum Studies Department of Curriculum and Instruction Profile: Bachelor of Arts, Interpersonal, Organizational, and Public Communication, Loyola University Chicago Master of Education, Higher Education Administration, Pennsylvania State University Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, Pennsylvania State University Area of interest: Issues of diversity, culture, and leadership in education

23 Rebecca Reiff Who’s New? Who Knew? Assistant Professor of Science Education Department of Curriculum and Instruction Profile: Bachelor of Science, Biology, Earlham College Master of Arts, Science and Environmental Education, Indiana University Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction - Science Education, Indiana University Areas of interest: Scientists' conceptions of scientific inquiry, inquiry teaching strategies in preservice teacher education

24 Who’s New? Who Knew? Nancy Boes Continuing Lecturer Working with Blocks IV and/or V M.S., Language and Literacy, Purdue University Department of Curriculum and Instruction Susan Gunderson Continuing Lecturer Working with Blocks III and/or IV Ed.S., Language and Literacy, Purdue University Department of Curriculum and Instruction Diane Gunstra Continuing Lecturer Block VI Coordinator M.S., Elementary Education, Purdue University Department of Curriculum and Instruction

25 Department of Educational Studies

26 Lisa Bohlin Who’s New? Who Knew? Continuing Lecturer and Block II Coordinator Department of Educational Studies Profile: B.A.: University of Chicago, Behavioral Sciences and Sociology M.A.: Indiana University, Educational Psychology Ph.D.: Indiana University, Educational Psychology and Human Development, minor in Early Childhood Education Areas of Scholarly Interest: Children’s interpersonal relationships, child development in a socio-cultural context, psychosocial climate of the classroom Personal interests: Parent of 3 young children, CASA volunteer (court appointed advocate for abused and neglected children), treasure hunter at garage sales, amateur photographer

27 Marcia Gentry Who’s New? Who Knew? Associate Professor of Educational Psychology & Research Methodology, Associate Director of the Gifted Education Resource Institute Department of Educational Studies Profile: B.S., Science and Elementary Education, Western Michigan University M.A., Reading Curriculum, Western Michigan University Professional Diploma, Gifted Education and Talent Development, University of Connecticut Ph.D., University of Connecticut, Educational Psychology, Gifted Education and Talent Development; Research, Measurement, and Evaluation Areas of interest: Use of cluster grouping and differentiation, development of student attitude measures that address constructs central to meaningful learning, using gifted education ideas as a means of improving general education while recognizing and advocating for special services required to educate gifted and talented youngsters, and applications of the Schoolwide Enrichment Model.

28 Steve Wanger Who’s New? Who Knew? Visiting Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations Department of Educational Studies Profile: B.A., English Bible, Oral Roberts University M.Div., Duke University Ph.D., Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education Administration, Purdue University Areas of interest: Higher education / industry / corporate collaborations, development of collaborative academic programs, federal/state financial policy, and presidential leadership of liberal arts colleges

29 State of the School of Education School of Education Our Vision for the Future

30 School of Education Strategic Plan NCATE Update T. J. Oakes

31 Objectives for Increase level of external funding (D, L, E)Increase level of external funding (D, L, E) Launch faculty development & support programs (D, L, E)Launch faculty development & support programs (D, L, E) Build on & improve SOE projects & centers (D, L, E)Build on & improve SOE projects & centers (D, L, E) Invigorate Purdue Teacher Education Community (L)Invigorate Purdue Teacher Education Community (L) Finalize Unit Assessment Plan (L)Finalize Unit Assessment Plan (L) Develop Strategic Plan for Engagement (E)Develop Strategic Plan for Engagement (E) Launch Communication Plan (E)Launch Communication Plan (E)

32 Organization of the Office of the Dean

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34 School of Education Name Change Revisited

35 Points to Consider Potential Positives Relative standing at PurdueRelative standing at Purdue Appearance at the local and national levelAppearance at the local and national level “Naming” possibilities“Naming” possibilities “College” is a more inclusive term“College” is a more inclusive term Potential Negatives CostsCosts Psychological/historical attachmentsPsychological/historical attachments Relationships with community schoolsRelationships with community schools

36 Goals Associate Dean for Learning & Engagement

37 Goals – ADLE 1.Build preeminent graduate programs at Purdue University (O7, D1, D4, L4, E5) 2.Create a strong and cohesive teacher education unit at Purdue (O4, O6, O7, L1, L2, L3, E1, E3) 3.Increase the quality, variety, and funding of soe engagement initiatives (O1, O7, D1, D2, L1, L3, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5) 4.Increase the diversity of SOE and TEP Faculty, Staff, and Students (O5, O7, L1, L4) 5.Increase the organizational effectiveness of the SOE (ALL)

38 Goals Associate Dean for Discovery & Faculty Development

39 Goals – ADDFD Provide the infrastructure needed for Discovery and Faculty DevelopmentProvide the infrastructure needed for Discovery and Faculty Development Develop 12 initiatives with inputDevelop 12 initiatives with input Accomplish 12 initiativesAccomplish 12 initiatives Maintain an ongoing dynamic system responsive to needs and changeMaintain an ongoing dynamic system responsive to needs and change Develop new initiatives as needed and in response to feedback and strategic plansDevelop new initiatives as needed and in response to feedback and strategic plans

40 Summary & Feedback - ADDFD Initiatives: Feedback:

41 Goals Curriculum & Instruction

42 Discovery Goals – EDCI Increase the number of journal articles published by the facultyIncrease the number of journal articles published by the faculty Continue increased grant-writing activity begun last yearContinue increased grant-writing activity begun last year Initiate a new program in C&I to provide support to selected faculty members during the summer to prepare and submit grant applicationsInitiate a new program in C&I to provide support to selected faculty members during the summer to prepare and submit grant applications Initiate new opportunities within C&I for sharing on-going researchInitiate new opportunities within C&I for sharing on-going research

43 Learning Goals – EDCI Review beginning teacher preparation programs (especially elementary) in the wake of NCATE, and propose program adjustmentsReview beginning teacher preparation programs (especially elementary) in the wake of NCATE, and propose program adjustments Examine graduate education -- including TTT, graduate professional development, and research foundations -- and determine future directionsExamine graduate education -- including TTT, graduate professional development, and research foundations -- and determine future directions

44 Engagement Goals – EDCI Implement distance education courses developed through last year's initiativeImplement distance education courses developed through last year's initiative Seek more opportunities to publicize on- going engagement effortsSeek more opportunities to publicize on- going engagement efforts

45 Overarching Goals – EDCI Expeditiously search for and fill available faculty positionsExpeditiously search for and fill available faculty positions Complete program area strategic planning processes to align activities with the School's and University’s Strategic PlanComplete program area strategic planning processes to align activities with the School's and University’s Strategic Plan

46 Goals Educational Studies

47 Discovery Goals – EDST 1.Increase rate of scholarly productivity by 15% 2.Increase publication of articles in high impact journals 3.Maintain increased level of grant proposal writing begun in Develop more relationships with potential grant collaborators

48 Learning Goals – EDST 1.Implement plan to move severe disabilities program from undergraduate to graduate offering 2.Build participation in international programs in South Africa and The Netherlands. 3.Successfully change format of EDPS 430

49 Engagement Goals – EDST 1.Raise the public profile of department engagement activities

50 Overarching Goals – EDST 1.Conduct successful faculty searches in special education and school counseling 2.Develop competitive proposals for strategic faculty hires

51 Adjournment


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