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Title: Approval of the Minutes of the April 21, 2006 Faculty Meeting


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MEETING OF THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION AGENDA Stewart Center Room 322, 100
300 p.m. Meeting, September 8, 2006
  • Welcome
  • Approval of the Minutes of the April 21, 2006
    Faculty Meeting
  • Introduction of New Faculty and Staff
  • Reports of the Standing Committees and
    Questions/Answers
  • Nominations and Elections Committee
  • New Business
  • Reports of Offices and COE Related Entities
  • Communications Update Tonya Agnew
  • Deans Office Report to the Faculty
  • Family Day September 9, 2006
  • 900 Continental Breakfast/Information
    Fair
  • 930 2006-2007 Scholarship Recipient
    Awards
  • 1000 Closing Remarks
  • 100 Purdue vs. Miami (Ohio)
  • 7. Adjournment

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Luciana de Oliveira
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Education University of California,
    Davis June, 2006
  • M.A. English California State University, East
    Bay June, 1999
  • B.A. Languages (English Portuguese)
    Universidate Estadual Paulista (Sao Paulo State
    University UNESP), Araraquara, SP (Brazil)
    January, 1997
  • Recent Experience
  • University of California, Davis Linguistics
    Researcher and Graduate Student Researcher.
  • 13 years teaching experience in higher
    education, K-12 and foreign language contexts
    with culturally and linguistically diverse
    groups.
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • The challenges of academic language for English
    language learners in history and science in
    middle and high school
  • Second language literacy development by middle
    school and high school students
  • Diversity and equity in teacher education
  • Nonnative English-speaking professionals in
    TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other
    Languages)
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. de Oliveira loves beading and designing her
    own accessories, so you can always ask her if
    shes wearing her own designs!

Faculty Department of Curriculum and
Instruction Literacy Language
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Shannon Henderson
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph. D. Auburn University
  • Recent Experience
  • Previously Visiting Asst. Professor at Auburn
    University
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Discussion/Instructional conversations of
    teachers (and preservice teachers) with
    elementary school students to facilitate
    comprehension of a text.
  • Use of transcript analysis in teacher education
    to improve practice.
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Henderson enjoys travel and cooking

Faculty Department of Curriculum and
Instruction Reading Recovery
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David Wen-Hao Huang
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Educational Technology Purdue University
  • MBA New York Institute of Technology
  • B.S. Material Engineering Purdue University
  • Recent Experience
  • Graduate consulting staff (Purdue Center for
    Instructional Excellence
  • Instructor Educational Technology Purdue
    University
  • Teaching Assistant Coordinator Educational
    Technology Purdue University
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Cognitive load manipulation in E-learning
    settings
  • Service-Learning and social capital development
  • Non-Newtonian views of learning system design
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Huang enjoys jazz piano playing, collecting
    international cooking recipes, and running (10K).

Visiting Faculty Department of Curriculum and
Instruction Educational Technology
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Tara Star Johnson
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. University of Georgia, 2005
  • Recent Experience
  • Asst. Professor of Literacy Education, Georgia
    Southern University, 2005-06
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Intersections among race, class, gender, and
    sexuality in education (disrupting) the
    Cartesian duality in education
  • Teacher-student relationships
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Johnson enjoys communing with nature and
    resisting her hermit-like inclinations.

Faculty Department of Curriculum and
Instruction English Education
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Becky Newell
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • M.S. 30 hours Purdue University
  • B.S. Purdue University
  • Recent Experience
  • Recently retired
  • 29 years as high school and middle school
    teacher
  • Corporation Department Chair Tippecanoe School
    Corp.
  • Associate Editor - Journal of Family and
    Consumer Sciences
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Family and Consumer Sciences curriculum
    development at the secondary level
  • Activities/Interests
  • Time with grandchildren is a big priority. She
    also enjoys reading and travel.

CFS TE Program Coordinator Department of
Curriculum and Instruction Consumer and Family
Science
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Anatoli Rapoport
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Social Studies Education Purdue
    University
  • M.S. Social Studies Education Purdue
    University
  • B.S. Foreign Language Education Tula State
    University (Russia)
  • Recent Experience
  • 20 years of teaching experience (including 10
    years as teacher and Deputy Principal in high
    school
  • 6 years as TA/RA at Purdue
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Civic Education
  • International Education
  • Comparative aspects in education
  • History of Education
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Rapoport has many interests, including
    traveling, history, reading, politics, and
    theater.

Faculty Department of Curriculum and
Instruction Social Studies Education
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Eric Riggs
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Geological Sciences University of
    California, Riverside, 2000
  • B.A. English Literature Pamona College, 1989
  • Recent Experience
  • Assistant and Associate Professor of Geoscience
    Education and Geology, San Diego State University
  • Doctoral faculty, Mathematics and Science
    Education joint doctoral program, SDSU/University
    of California, San Diego.
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Field-based learning and cognition in the earth
    sciences
  • Cross cultural education and issues of culture
    and language in science education
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Riggs enjoys long-distance cycling, sailing,
    hiking, camping, and playing with his family and
    pets.

Co-Director - CRESME Department of Curriculum and
Instruction Center for Research and Engagement
in Science and Mathematics Education
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Melanie Shoffner
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Education - University of North Carolina
    at Chapel Hill
  • M.A.T. English Education Duke University
  • A.B. English and History Duke University
  • Recent Experience
  • Instructor at Duke University, 2001-2002
  • High School English Teacher, 1997-2000
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Teacher education
  • Teaching of secondary English
  • Reflective practice
  • Qualitative research
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Shoffner enjoys piano, movies and Duke
    basketball.

Faculty Department of Curriculum and
Instruction English Education
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John Staver
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ed.D. Science Education Indiana University,
    1978
  • M.S. Chemistry Purdue University, 1973
  • B.S. Education Indiana University, 1968
  • Recent Experience
  • Director of the Center for Science Education at
    Kansas State University
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Constructivist epistemology and its implications
    for improving science teaching and learning.
  • The interface between science and religion
    within a constructivist perspective, with a focus
    on the nature of each discipline and current
    societal conflicts between them
  • Activities/Interests
  • Golf!

Co-Director - CRESME Department of Curriculum and
Instruction Center for Research and Engagement
in Science and Mathematics Education
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Pat Staver
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ed.D. Secondary Education Indiana University
  • MAT French Indiana University
  • BA French Indiana University
  • Recent Experience
  • Taught general secondary methods course as well
    as elementary and secondary world language
    methods courses at Kansas State University.
  • Participated in peer review collaboration
    project with University of Nebraska and coached 2
    faculty members in the next iteration.
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Improvement of instruction
  • Activities/Interests
  • Pat enjoys reading, sleeping, shopping and
    visiting with family and friends. She would like
    to make time to swim and learn how to knit.

Limited Term Lecturer Department of Curriculum
and Instruction Literacy Language
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Andrew Tyminski
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Mathematics Education University of
    Georgia, 2006
  • M.Ed. Mathematics Education, University of
    Georgia, 2003
  • B.S. Elementary Education with extension in
    Mathematics Education State University of New
    York, 1992 (cum laude)
  • Recent Experience
  • Lead instructor Technology Integration in
    Mathematics project University of Georgia
  • Instructor for two elementary mathematics
    methods courses - University of Georgia
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Effectiveness of preservice education
  • Beliefs of preservice elementary school teachers
  • Mathematical knowledge for teaching
  • Professional development of professional
    developers
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Tyminski enjoys golf, volleyball, tae kwon
    do, musician (drums and percussion), and poker

Faculty Department of Curriculum and
Instruction Mathematics Education
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Ron Tzur
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. University of Georgia at Athens
  • M.S. Technion Israel Institute of Technology
  • B.S. University of Haifa, Israel
  • Recent Experience
  • Program Officer at the National Science
    Foundation (NSF)
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Students conceptual learning in Mathematics
  • Mathematics teacher development
  • Integrating theory and practice
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Tzur enjoys Israeli folk dancing, music,
    basketball, and travel

Faculty Department of Curriculum and
Instruction Mathematics Education
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Janis Van Buren
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Family and Consumer Sciences Education
    Iowa State University
  • M.S. Family and Consumer Sciences Education
    Iowa State University
  • B.S. Family and Consumer Sciences Education
    Iowa State University
  • Recent Experience
  • Professor and Chair of Human Sciences Department
    at Texas AM University-Kingsville
  • Interim Assistant Vice President of Student
    Affairs at Texas AM University-Kingsville
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Gender equity in education
  • Nutrition behaviors as they affected the health
    of the Hispanic population in South Texas
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Van Buren enjoys hiking, birding, reading
    and flower gardening

Visiting Faculty Department of Curriculum and
Instruction EWAC Agricultural Education
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Lisa Bohlin
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology Indiana
    University, 2000
  • M.S. Educational Psychology Indiana
    University, 1997
  • B.A. Behavioral Sciences Sociology The
    University of Chicago, 1989
  • Recent Experience
  • Full time coordinator for Block II 2 yrs. (she
    will continue to serve in this role)
  • Previously worked in both EDST and CDFS
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • The connection between theory and practice in
    educational psychology
  • Conflict resolution and peace making skills
    among school children
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Bohlin enjoys her role as a mom of three
    children, and often has a few extra kids in tow
    during her spare time. She also loves gardening,
    photography, yoga, large scale art projects, and
    is learning (little by little) to speak Tibetan.

Faculty Department of Educational Studies Special
Education Educational Psychology
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Emily Bouck
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph. D. Michigan State University
  • MSW University of Michigan
  • BA Northwestern University
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Assistive technology in the content areas for
    students with high incidence disabilities
  • Curriculum and instructional environments for
    secondary students with disabilities
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Bouck enjoys reading and international travel.

Faculty Department of Educational Studies Special
Education
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Alexandra Hall
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Counselor Education/Professional
    Counseling Purdue University
  • M.S. College Student Personnel Purdue
    University
  • B.A. Philosophy/Religion, Hope College, Holland,
    MI
  • Recent Experience
  • Associate Clinical Professor at IUPUI School of
    Education 3 years
  • Taught at The University of Iowa, School of
    Education, School Counseling Program 3 years
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Career Development for Diverse Populations
  • Academic Self Efficacy in Math/Science/Reading
    with populations under stress
  • Adolescent Intervention/Prevention Programs
  • Assessment in Learning
  • Consultation in School Counseling and College
    Student Affairs
  • Divorce Mediation and Custody Evaluation
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Halls interests include architecture,
    remodeling homes, consulting, art, and music.

Visiting Faculty Department of Educational
Studies Counseling Development
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William Hanson
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Arizona State University
  • M.A. University of Minnesota
  • B.S. Nebraska Wesleyan University
  • Recent Experience
  • Visiting Assistant Professor Purdue University
  • Assistant Professor in Educational Psychology
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Director of Training for APA accredited
    Counseling Psychology Program University of
    Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Process and outcome research, particularly as
    related to psychological test interpretation
  • Problematic gambling among college students
  • Mixed methods research
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Hanson enjoys traveling (especially to
    Minneapolis, Phoenix, Vegas, and Coeur dAlene,
    Idaho), listening to live jazz and blues, reading
    Carl Hiaasen books, watching independent and
    international movies, and playing golf,
    basketball and snow skiing.

Faculty Department of Educational
Studies Counseling Development
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David Sears
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Education (Child and Adolescent
    Development) Stanford University, 2006
  • B.A. Psychology Reed College, 1998
  • Recent Experience
  • Worked at Success For All before attending grad
    school
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Learning and transfer of learning for
    individuals and groups
  • Exploring what types of tasks naturally support
    productive group interactions and collaborative
    learning
  • Making classroom learning experiences more
    effective and motivating for all students
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Sears enjoys music, especially playing the
    piano.

Faculty Department of Educational
Studies Educational Psychology
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Ayse Uruk
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Counseling Psychology University of
    Memphis
  • M.S. Psychological Counseling and Guidance
    Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
  • B.S. Psychological Counseling and Guidance
    Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
  • Recent Experience
  • Graduate School
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Cross cultural adaptation,
  • Immigration with an emphasis on families,
  • International students
  • Masculinity across cultures
  • Adolescence in different cultures
  • Psychological well being and coping
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Uruk enjoys traveling, reading (specifically
    autobiographies), running, spending time with
    Buddy (her 8 year-old Golden Retriever brought
    from Turkey), and her aquarium, nature viewing
    and hiking.

Faculty Department of Educational
Studies Counseling Development
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Carrie Wachter
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Counseling and Counselor Education
    University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2006
  • M.S. School Counseling University of North
    Carolina at Greensboro, 2006
  • BA Psychology/Communication Studies
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2000
  • Recent Experience
  • Worked at a behavioral health facility in
    Greensboro, NC.
  • Supervised and taught classes at University of
    North Carolina at Greensboro.
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Crisis and Crisis Intervention (especially in
    school settings).
  • Attachment during adolescence.
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Wachter loves theatre, music and the
    outdoors. She is learning to whitewater kayak!
    She grew up in Florida so she, of course, enjoys
    watersports. She also loves to go camping and
    tends to be a performer at heart.

Faculty Department of Educational
Studies Counseling Development
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Oliver Wendt
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Special Education Purdue University,
    2006
  • M.S. Special Education University of Cologne,
    Germany, 2000
  • M.A. Special Education University of
    Nebraska-Lincoln, 1998
  • B.S. Education and Psychology, University of
    Cologne, Germany, 1996
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication
  • Assistive Technology
  • Developmental Disabilities, especially Autism
    Spectrum Disorders
  • Evidence-based Practice
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Wendt enjoys running and bicycling and is a
    member of the Purdue Running Club. His favorite
    distances are 10K half-marathon

Faculty Department of Educational Studies Special
Education
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Aman Yadav
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology and Educational
    Technology Michigan State University
  • M.S. Electrical Engineering Michigan State
    University
  • Recent Experience
  • Conducted workshops, conferences and online
    support groups for the National Center for Case
    Study Teaching in Science
  • Recently finished dissertation
  • Currently working on a research project with
    Oklahoma State University to integrate case-based
    instruction in their Electrical Engineering
    program and assessing the effectiveness of cases
    in increasing student learning and engagement.
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Case-based instruction in science and
    engineering.
  • The role of video cases in teacher preparation
    programs
  • The role of tasks to improve student learning
    and improve effectiveness of teaching
  • Activities/Interests
  • Dr. Yadav likes to play volleyball and
    racquetball and would like to get back into
    running, which was placed on the back burner as
    he was writing his dissertation.

Faculty Department of Educational
Studies Educational Psychology
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Linda Beard
  • Profile
  • Recent Experience
  • 25 years experience at Purdue in the Business
    Office
  • Activities/Interests
  • Linda enjoys her flower beds and water garden
    (Koi and water plants). She also enjoys being
    with her family and friends.

Account Clerk Business Office
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Stephen David
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • B.A. English and History, 1982, University of
    South Africa
  • S.T.D. Senior High School Teachers Diploma,
    1983, University of Western Cape
  • B.A. English, 1988, University of Western Cape
  • Ph.D. English, 2001, University of Illinois at
    Urbana-Champaign
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Project Development and Management
  • Globalization in Higher Education
  • Culture and Diversity
  • International Issues in Higher Education
  • Activities/Interests
  • During his spare time, Dr. David enjoys reading
    and engaging in thoughtful conversations. He is
    also a very active participant in local community
    organizations.

Asst. Dean for International Programs Office of
the Dean
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T. J. Oakes
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • Ed.S. Educational Studies, School Counseling
    Purdue University
  • M.S. Educational Studies, School Counseling
    Purdue University
  • B.S. Vocational Agriculture, Horticulture
    Purdue University
  • Recent Experience
  • Director, Purdue University Office of
    Professional Preparation Licensure
    (2000-present)
  • Deputy Director, Indiana Professional Standards
    Board (1998-2000)
  • Director of Teacher Education, Indiana
    Professional Standards Board (1993-1998)
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Teacher Education
  • Education Policy
  • Activities/Interests
  • T.J. enjoys spending time with her three sons.
    She is currently working on another degree, and
    recently her fiance has been teaching her to sail.

Asst. Dean for Teacher Education Office of the
Dean
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Kathy Dietz
  • Profile
  • Degrees Held/Universities Attended
  • B.A. Business Education University of
    Indianapolis
  • Recent Experience
  • Licensing Advisor in the Office of Professional
    Preparation and Licensure
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Education issues from Pre-K through higher
    education
  • Activities/Interests
  • Kathy enjoys reading, spending time with family
    (including her 7-month old grandson) traveling,
    and scrapbooking.

Manager of Graduate Studies Office of Graduate
Studies
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Lauren Franks
  • Profile
  • B.A. Sociology Purdue University, 2006
  • Recent Experience
  • Work Study COE Graduate Office (4 years)
  • Loan Clerk (4 years, seasonally)
  • Sunday School teacher
  • Areas of Scholarly Interest
  • Sociology, especially social stratification,
    demography, etc.
  • Activities/Interests
  • Lauren enjoys reading, listening to music,
    hanging out with friends, and going home to visit
    her family.

Graduate Admissions Specialist Office of Graduate
Studies
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Julia LaGrange
  • Profile
  • Attended Indiana State University 2 years
  • Recent Experience
  • Secretary/Bookkeeper Fowler Elementary School
  • Secretary Benton Community School Corporation
    Office
  • Activities/Interests
  • Julie likes to spend her personal time with her
    husband and three children, attending their
    volleyball, basketball and football games. She
    also enjoys reading, going to dinner with friends
    and walking with her dog.

Clerk Office of Advising and Recruiting
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Marilyn Hirth Nominations and Elections Committee
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STANDING COMMITTEES SLATE 2006-2007
Awards Committee CI
Mary Nakhleh Curriculum
Committee CI
Susan Britsch
EDST
Jean Peterson Faculty Affairs
Committee EDST Heather
Servaty-Seib Grade Appeals
Committee CI Tim
Newby International Education
Committee CI Tim
Newby EDST Yan Ping Xin
Nominations and Elections Committee
CI Jim Greenan
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Reports of Offices and COE Related Entities
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Proposed 2006-2007 Goals
Sidney Moon Associate Dean For Learning And
Engagement

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Overview of Goals
  • Provide Leadership for the College of Education
  • Build Strong COE Graduate Programs That Produce
    Students Who Are Excellent Scholars, Teachers,
    and Leaders
  • Establish, Support Maintain Programs to Prepare
    Teachers, Counselors, and Administrators
  • Promote and Support P-12 Engagement at Purdue

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FAST FACTS COE Learning
  • Teacher Education

2004 - 2005 2005 - 2006
Number of Students 1,888 1,883
Minority 4.1 4.6
Number of Licenses 1,048 TBA
Doctoral Programs
2004 - 2005 2005 - 2006
Number of Students N/A 706
Minority N/A 20
Degrees Awarded N/A 39
Average Years to Degree Completion N/A 6
Notable Achievements -6 classroom technology
enhancements -3 new distance learning
courses/programs -9 experiential learning
enhancements -9 faculty teaching awards -7 new
efforts to internalize the curriculum
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FAST FACTS COE Engagement
  • Partnerships
  • Professional Development Schools 56
  • Faculty Initiated 16
  • Teacher Education Field Experiences Student
    Teaching

2004-2005 2005-2006
Early Field Experience Students 1835 1816
Student Teachers 483 500
This is the number of students for the academic
year.  However, some students are enrolled in
courses with field experiences during both
semesters. 
P-12 Engagement Events
2003-2004 2004 - 2005 2005-2006
Events 132 N/A 162
Participants 9,497 N/A 10,466
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PROVIDE LEADERSHIP FOR THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
  • Facilitate a smooth transition in leadership for
    the graduate office
  • Publish the first annual COE learning and
    engagement reports

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BUILD STRONG COE GRADUATE PROGRAMS THAT PRODUCE
STUDENTS WHO ARE EXCELLENT SCHOLARS, TEACHERS,
AND LEADERS
  • Implement two new support programs for COE
    doctoral students
  • Work with the GSEC and Jeff Gilger to sponsor the
    first annual Purdue University Graduate Education
    Research Symposium

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ESTABLISH, SUPPORT MAINTAIN PROGRAMS TO PREPARE
TEACHERS, COUNSELORS, AND ADMINISTRATORS
  • Assist programs with the special program
    accreditation review process
  • Design a RFP to encourage research on the impact
    of TE on P-12 students
  • Explore options for the development
  • of new undergraduate
  • programs

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PROMOTE AND SUPPORT P-12 ENGAGEMENT AT PURDUE
  • Facilitate the development of the new P-12
    Engagement Center
  • Support Purdue faculty and P-12 partners who
    participate in the PDS network
  • Develop a working definition of engagement and a
    COE engagement award
  • Purdue Trends
  • National Trends

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Priorities Goals 2006-2007
Jeff Gilger Associate Dean For Discovery And
Faculty Development
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REMINDERS
  • Upcoming grant/business office
  • seminar
  • Voluntary faculty scholarship web site
  • PU Faculty Scholar
  • Graduate student research training
    curriculum meetings
  • Other

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Strategic Goals
  • Continue to encourage and support an environment
    that values entrepreneurial pursuits, external
    funding, faculty scholarly productivity, and
    development initiatives.
  • Strengthen, coordinate, and integrate
    interdisciplinary and collaborative research and
    scholarship conducted by centers, institutes, and
    programs affiliated with the College.

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Center/Institute Director(s) Phone Email
Ackerman Center for Democratic Citizenship Phillip VanFossen, Director Lynn Nelson, Director Emeritus 42367 vanfoss_at_purdue.edu lrnelson_at_purdue.edu
Assessment Research Center (ARC) Deborah Bennett, Director 47237 bennett_at_purdue.edu
Center for Research and Engagement in Science and Mathematics Education (CRESME) John Staver, Co-Director Eric Riggs, Co-Director 62189 61974 jstaver_at_purdue.edu emriggs_at_purdue.edu
Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI) Sidney Moon, Executive Director Marcia Gentry, Associate Director Rebecca Mann, Associate Director 47243 sidney_at_purdue.edu mgentry_at_purdue.edu rlmann_at_purdue.edu
Learning, Education, Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Technologies Scott Schaffer, Director 63358 ss_at_purdue.edu
Purdue P-12 Engagement Center
Purdue Counseling and Guidance Center (PCGC) Jenelle Fitch, Director 49738 jcfitch_at_purdue.edu
Professional Development Schools (PDS) Sidney Moon Sheila Klinker 40019 426-1482 sidney_at_purdue.edu sklinker_at_purdue.edu
Purdue Literacy Network Project (PLNP) Maribeth Schmitt, Director Sarah Mahurt, Associate Director 62119 mschmitt_at_purdue.edu Mahurt_at_purdue.edu
Purdue University Psychometric Instructional/Investigation Laboratory (PUPIL) Susan Maller, Co-Director Brian French, Co-Director 47252 maller_at_purdue.edu frenchb_at_purdue.edu
Scientific Literacy Project (SLP) Youli Mantzicopoulos Helen Patrick Ala Samarapungavan 47247 62368 47321 mantzi_at_purdue.edu hpatrick_at_purdue.edu ala_at_purdue.edu
Technology Resources Center (TRC) Robert Evans, Managing Director 45677 bob_at_purdue.edu
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Trends in Applications Total Dollars Requested
Through the COE (in millions) for Fiscal Years
04-05 and 05-06
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Trends in Applications Total Dollars Requested

Through the COE (in millions) and Total Number
of
Applications for New Fiscal Year 06-07
June 05 June 06 0.0 1.0
July 05 July 06 0.0 4.7
Total Applications May-July 05 May-July 06 2 9
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Total Dollars (rounded millions of dollars)
Involving the COE
All active, denied, and outstanding applications
as of July 06
Percent owed to COE from all still outstanding
applications as of July 06
Actual dollar share owed to COE based on percent
involvement for all active, denied and
outstanding applications as of July 06
Actual dollar share into the COE as of July 06
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Annual Grad. Student Ed. Research Symposium
To be held March 28, 2007 in PMU Registration is
free Submission of proposals should be open
approximately Sept. 15 to Nov. 15 Brian Belland
(bbelland_at_purdue.edu) and Kate Van Oosten
(kvanoost_at_purdue.edu) are co-coordinators The
conference web site is https//web.ics.purdue.edu
/bbelland/agsers
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Purpose of the Symposium
The symposium is intended to promote the
acculturation of graduate students into the
community of research. Faculty in education will
play a big part in the symposium, as we want
advisors to work closely with grad students to
prepare sound proposals, and, eventually, to
prepare the results of research for presentation.
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  • Learning
  • Transition to new blocks
  • Begin SPA preparations
  • Develop graduate assessment procedures
  • Enhance summer and online offerings
  • Discovery
  • Increase publications per faculty members
  • Increase external funding
  • Utilize available incentives and awards
  • Engagement
  • Participate in available engagement initiatives
    (e.g., DLC, CRESME)

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  • Conduct successful searches in Educational
    Foundations and Measurement
  • Initiate mentoring program
  • Develop doctoral program curricula
  • Providing more support for scholarly activity
  • Manage program transitions

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  • New Objectives
  • Complete faculty salary equity study
  • Complete department head review
  • Launch CRESME in partnership with College of
    Science
  • Successfully complete search for P-12 Engagement
    Center director
  • Facilitate partnerships with Colleges of
    Engineering Technology through P-12 strategic
    hire faculty search
  • Complete strategic plan mid-course review

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  • Continuing Objectives
  • Increase external funding (applications awards)
  • Increase the diversity of COE faculty, staff, and
    students and create a welcoming climate for
    diverse individuals
  • Promote international programs
  • Development
  • Secure another endowed professorship
  • Achieve 1.5 million yearly goal
  • Complete capital campaign goal of 14 million
  • Begin planning for post campaign period
  • Branding of teacher education at Purdue

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