BURRELL, Marcia, M. 

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

SUNY College at Oswego

113 Wilber Hall
Oswego, New York 13126

Office: 315-312-3584

Burrell@oswego.edu

 

E-mail: burrell@oswego.edu

 
96 West 7th Street

Oswego, New York 13126

Home: 315-342-5939

 

I.        ACADEMIC DEGREES

Ph.D. Walden University, May 2006, Educational Technology

Dissertation Title: The Impact of Computer Technology on Constructivist Practices of Secondary Mathematics Teachers
Committee Chair: Dr. Linda Crawford

 

M.S. Syracuse University, 1985, Social Science Education

A.B. Syracuse University, 1983, Social Science Education & History

 

Permanent New York State Teaching Certification

Mathematics 7-12 & Social Studies 7-12

II.       PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SUNY Oswego, Oswego, New York

1996—Present, Curriculum and Instruction Department
            +Associate Professor, 2008-Present
            +Assistant Professor, 2006-2008
           
+Visiting Assistant Professor, 2000-2006

            +Adjunct Faculty, 1996-2000

2006—Present, International Travel
            +Professional Development in Benin, Ministry of Education, Summer 2006
            +International travel course to Benin/France with 15 students, January 2008
            +International travel course to Benin/France with students and teachers, January 2009

+International travel with colleagues in Curriculum and Instruction to Turkey, planned for August 2009
+International travel to Dresden, Germany for 21st Century Mathematics conference, planned for September 2009

Graduate courses taught:

·         Mathematics for All Learners in a Diverse Society

(Curriculum and Instruction and Mathematics Departments)

·         Educational Assessment

·         Tests and Measurements

·         Educational Foundations

·         Childhood Mathematics Methods

·         Mathematics for All Learners in a Diverse Society

·         Topics in Education—Twenty Years of Professional Development: Looking Back-Looking Forward

·         Topics in Education—Weaving a Transformative School Fabric

·         Topics in Education—Generating Expectations for Student Achievement (GESA), and Beyond

·         Topics in Education—What Kind of Teaching Matters? Looking at the Impacts of our Practice on the Lives of our Students

·         Topics in Education—Reflective Teaching: Using Data to Inform our Teaching Practice

·         Topics in Education—Student-Centered, Multicultural, Active, Real-World Teaching

·         Topics in Education—Using Technology to Support Multiple Literacies

Undergraduate courses taught:

·         Foundations of Education

·         Student Teaching Supervision

·         Childhood Mathematics Methods Teaching

Professional Development Project:

(Project SMART is a federally funded No Child Left Behind Teacher Leadership Quality Programs Professional Development Project—$238,000 annually)

·         Project SMART Participant (2001-2003)

·         Co-Director Project SMART (2003-Present).

 
1995—1996, Mathematics Department
            Adjunct Faculty 

Undergraduate course taught:

·         Liberal Arts Mathematics Course: Topics in Mathematics

 

1985 –1989, Office of Learning Support Services (Tutoring Center)

Educational Opportunity Programs (EOP)

Professional Staff—Mathematics

Undergraduate courses taught:

·         Liberal Arts Mathematics Course: Topics in Mathematics

·         College Algebra

·         Intermediate Algebra

·         Beginning Algebra and Arithmetic

·         College Orientation

·         College Study Skills

Tutor Supervisor:

·         Supervised tutoring for courses up through Calculus

Other:

·         Worked with 6-week summer school pre-freshman program

·         Infused the topic of Mathematics Anxiety into curriculum

 

1989 –1990, Office of Admissions

Admissions Counselor

Undergraduate and Minority Recruitment

 

 

 

OCM BOCES, Syracuse, New York

1998—2000                                                               

Onondaga/Cortland/Madison Board of Cooperative Education Services) 

Workforce Preparation (Vocational Education)

Curriculum Developer/Math Teacher 

Created and taught a hands-on mathematics curriculum for Culinary, Automotive, Cosmetology and Building Trades

 

Oswego County Teacher Center, Mexico, New York

1997—1998           

            Director/Program Coordinator

            Developed Professional development programs for Teachers

Oswego City Schools, Oswego, New York

1996—1997                                       

Academy (Alternative Educator)—Mathematics Teacher 

Courses Taught:

·         Course I-Integrated Mathematics I

·         Course II-Integrated Mathematics II

·         Course III-Integrated Mathematics III

·         Economics

Syracuse City Schools, Syracuse, New York 

1995—1996

Shea Middle School—Math/Science Teacher (one year replacement) 

Middle School mathematics (grades 7 and 8)

Grade 8 General Science

1983—1985

Levy Middle School—Math Teacher

Grade 7 Mathematics

Clinton Community College, Plattsburgh, New York 

1994 –1995

Academic Support Center (Tutoring Center) —Director

Directed all Academic Tutoring and Learning Disability Services 

1993-1994

Mathematics Department—Adjunct Faculty 

Courses taught:

·         Developmental Mathematics

·         Intermediate Algebra

·         College Algebra

·         College Study Skills

·         Mini workshops on Mathematics Anxiety

·         Mini workshops on Placement Testing

 

Ransom Everglades Upper School, Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida 

1992-1993

Mathematics Teacher—Grades 10 and 11

Courses Taught:

·         Algebra I

·         Algebra II

Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, Florida

1992-1993

Mathematics Department—Adjunct Faculty

Course Taught:

·         Intermediate Algebra

SUNY Empire State College, Saratoga Springs, New York

1985—1990

Apprenticeship Project—Learning Facilitator & Field Representative (Part-time)

Course Taught:

·         Applied Mathematics—Vocational/Technical High School 

 

1989—1991

Continuing Education—Coordinator for an Adult Literacy Project Reading Education and Achievement [REACH](Full-Time)

III.      PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

·         AACE (Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education) since 2003

·         AERA (American Educational Research Association) since 2004

·         NAME (National Association for Multicultural Education) since 2005

·         NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) since 1983 

IV.     GRANTS/AWARDS

 

2009-10 Received- $500,000 (with co-director Beyerbach and Blunt White) TLQP funds for Project SMART including a statewide component

            $25,000 (with Beyerbach) Entergy grant for SMART

 

April 2009, Curriculum and Instruction, Gold Medal Research Award, Office of Research Sponsored Programs

 

March 2009, OEIP, Faculty International Travel Grant for $1000 to attend 21st Century Mathematics Conference in Dresden Germany, September 2009

 

February 2009, Africa Initiative planning grant application—USAID, for $50,000, Dr. Barbara Garii. (REJECTED)

 

  

2008-9 Received (with co-director Beyerbach)  $228,901 from TLQP for Project SMART, received $25,000 to ENTERGY for SMART for 2007-8, and applied for and received another $25,000 for 2008-9, Funded to participate in New York Consortium for Professional Development.

 

September 2008, Oswego County Teacher Center Grant, Learning from Success, with Laura Stevens and Barbara Garii


September 2008, Oswego County Teacher Center Grant, Student to Student Exchange, with Laurel Pfund-Byron and Barbara Garii

 

April 2008, OEIP, Faculty International Travel Grant, for $1000 to attend International Association of Intercultural Education (IAIE)

 

2007-8 Received (with co-director Beyerbach)  $238,812 from TLQP for Project SMART, received $25,000 to ENTERGY for SMART for 2006-7, and applied for and received another $25,000 for 2007-8, Funded to participate in New York Consortium for Professional Development.

 

2006- Present GESA Educational Alliance Senior Research Associate Director (with Dr. Marcia Burrell)

 

April 2007, Curriculum and Instruction, Silver Medal Research Award, Office of Research Sponsored Programs

 

April 2006, Curriculum and Instruction, Bronze Medal Research Award, Office of Research Sponsored Programs

 

2005-6 Received $238,812 from TLQP (with co-director Beyerbach) for Project SMART, $25,000 from ENTERGY for SMART, received $750 from Pathfinder Bank for SMART

 

2004-5 Received $238,812 from TLQP (with co-director Beyerbach) for Project SMART, received $25,000 to ENTERGY for SMART, received $750 from Pathfinder Bank for SMART

 

2003-4Received $259,000 for first of 5 year funded Project, SMART, co-directed with Beyerbach; Pathfinder Bank--$750 to SMART

 

Co-director of Project SMART- awarded $186,000 to support Local Professional development, Center for Urban Schools, and Empowerment Through Education [ETE], middle school rural/urban student exchange

Healthworks—Received $24,000 to develop middle school health curriculum through Project SMART

           

            Pathfinder Bank—Awarded $1000 to Project SMART       

 

New York Consortium for Professional Development Partner-SUNY Oswego Awarded $43,000 of this $900,000 Grant to develop equity standards to support NYC teachers and students

 

Grant awards for Professional Development through the United University Professions (UUP) Program. Spring 2001 for $250, Spring 2002 for $150, Spring 2005 for $650, Spring 2007 for $613, & Fall 2008 for $900

 

Faculty Merit Awards in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, & 2008.

V.      PUBLICATIONS

Book

 

· Burrell, M. (2008).  Mathematics teacher practices and the impact of computer technology: Technology use and constructivism.

 

Book Chapter

 

·Beyerbach, B., Burrell, M, Grayson, D., Cosey, B., Perry Evenstead, J. , Ramalho, T. Parsons, D. (forthcoming) Evaluating GESA (Generating Expectations for Student Achievement) impacts on teachers, preservice teachers, administrators, higher education faculty, and K-12 students. In Davis,            London, Beyerbach (Eds.) How do we know that they know? A conversation about a social justice knowledge ebase. NY: Peter Lang Publishing.

 

·Blunt White, C., Fraser-Abder, P., Beyerbach, B., Boyle, M., Burrell, M., Kosky, E., Nicheloson, K., Washington, V., & Weitz, E. (2006). Using popular culture films and educational videos to facilitate conversations about equity issues. In Pedagogical Issues in Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Volume 2.  NY: NYCPD, pp. 79-94.

Refereed Journals

 

·Burrell-Ihlow, M. (January 2009) An investigation of teaching and learning: Using course management software (CMS) in a typically face to face course, International Journal on E-Learning.

 

·Burrell-Ihlow, M. & Burrell, C.O. (2003). Research and development product development manager for industrial cleaning products. In A.C. Rule (Ed.) Mathematics in the real world: How people in different professions use mathematics (pp. 13-17). (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 468389.)

 

Articles

·Burrell, M. M., Garii, B., & McKeown, J.S. (2008 accepted, In press). Professional dialogues, faculty interactions, and student involvement, Institute of International Education Network

                           

            Proceedings

·Burrell, M. & Cohn, C. (accepted paper for September 2009). Integrating technology into the mathematics classroom: Instructional Design and lesson conversion, Accepted for proceedings of the Mathematics Education in Global Community, Dresden, Germany.

·Burrell, M. & Maina, F. (2009, March). Using a learning management software to
investigate teaching mathematics to diverse learners,
Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Proceedings.

 

·Garii, B. & Burrell, M (2007, September). Mathematics in the middle: Enhancing teachers’ understanding of the interplay between “school math” and professional uses of mathematics. Accepted for proceedings of the Mathematics Education in Global Community, Charlotte, North Carolina.

 

·Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2006). Web enhanced course software for documenting social justice learning in a graduate assessment course, Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Proceedings.

 

·Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2005). The impact of computer technology on secondary mathematics teacher constructivist practices: Toyota time grant award recipients from 1997 - 2003, Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Proceedings 2005 (1), 1314-1319.

 

·Beyerbach, B. & Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2004). Preservice teachers’ response to a web quest on culturally relevant teaching, Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Proceedings, 2004 (1). 801-805.

 

·Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2004). Using course management software in an on-campus graduate level assessment course. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference Proceedings, 2004 (1). 1998-2003.

 

Newsletters

 

·Gilmour, S., Burrell, M., & Frederick, A. (2007). “Toutes les filles à l’école” (All the girls at school): A collaborative approach to creating and sustaining educational opportunities for girls in the republic of Benin, West Africa. Association of American Colleges & Universities, Multicultural Alliances, 36 (1), Global Perspective.

 

·Gilmour, S., Beyerbach, B., Boozer, B., Burrell-Ihlow, M. Frederick, A. & Kane, S., & Parsons, D. (2006, Fall). Project CLIMB professional development in Benin, West Africa. Department of Education Administration Newsletter, Oswego, New York.

 

·Parsons, D., Ramalho, T., Beyerbach, B., Burrell, M. (Summer, 2006). Implementing GESA in small town and urban contexts. AGELE Newsletter.

 

VI.      PRESENTATIONS

 

Beyerbach, B., Burrell, M., Cosey, B., Grayson, D., Parsons, D., Evendstand, J.P., & Ramalho, T. (April 2009). A Presentation on Assessing the Impact of GESA on Teachers, preservice teachers and K-12 students, AERA, Sandiego, CA.

 

Beyerbach, B., Burrell, M., Cosey, B., Grayson, D., Parsons, D., Evendstand, J.P., & Ramalho, T. (November 2008). A Presentation on Assessing the Impact of GESA on Teachers, preservice teachers and K-12 students, NAME, New Orleans.

 

Spindler, M. & Burrell, M.(2009, April). A Presentation on Concept Mapping.  A COLT presentation, Oswego, New York.

 

Witmer, S. & Burrell, M (2009, April). Presentation: ENTERGY Project. A Presentation at QUEST, Oswego, New York.

 

Stevens, L. &  Burrell, M. (2009, April). Presentation: Benin and Language. A Presentation at QUEST, Oswego, New York.

 

Byron, L. & Burrell, M. (2009, April). Presentation: Benin and New Haven Elementary. A Presentation at QUEST, Oswego, New York.

 

Burrell, M., & Baltus, C. (2008, October). Presentation: Yes, you can pass the Math 304 competency, A Presentation for Mathematics Majors, Oswego, New York

 

Burrell, M.(October 8, 2008).  GESA introduction: Examining teaching behaviors for ways that support the achievement of equity (culturally-relevant teaching, social justice. A presentation at the Pulaski Middle School, Pulaski, New York.

 

Burrell, M. (May 3, 2008). Teacher perceptions of parents. A Paper presented at the SOS Conference, New York University, New York.

 

Burrell, M., Garii, B., Williams, M., Mediador, Y., & DeMauro, J (May 16, 2008). Benin there. A presentation to the SUNY Oswego College Council, Oswego, New York

 

Beyerbach, B. (organizer), Burrell, M., Klosky, E., Washington, V. & Weitz, E. (May 3, 2008).  Undoing Racism: Mini Workshop. A Symposium presented at the SOS Conference, New York University, New York

 

Hampton, B., Maina, F. & Burrell, M. (April 23, 2008). Campus climate for students of color. QUEST 2008, Oswego, New York.

 

Garii, B. & Burrell, M. (March 25, 2008). Tension and teaching: Preservice teachers, international experiences, and changing professional identities. Symposium presented at the annual conference of the AERA, New York, New York.

 

Burrell, M., & Miller, M. & Mclaughlin, D. (March 19, 2008). Financial literacy workshop: Keeping it safe: A collaborative presentation in with School of Business and Pathfinder Bank, Oswego Public Library, Oswego, New York.

 

      Burrell, M. (January 8, 2008).  Assessment: A presentation for school Inspectors, Forum    on Curriculum Development and Assessment, Porto Novo, Benin, West Africa.

 

Skolnik, T., Burrell, M., Schneider, T., & Tsai, E. (September 27, 2007). An Example of cross collaboration: Arts and sciences, school of business and the school of education join with community and business organizations to deliver financial workshops. A Poster Presentation at the Third Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, New York. 

 

Burrell, M. (September 2007). Teaching mathematics through understanding: A standards based approach. A presentation at the annual New Teacher professional development Symposium at the OnCenter, Syracuse, New York

 

Garii, B. & Burrell, M (2007, September). Mathematics in the middle: Enhancing teachers’ understanding of the interplay between “school math” and professional uses of mathematics. Charlotte, North Carolina.

 

Burrell, M. (2007, May 19). The Impact of Computer Technology on the Constructivist Practices of Mathematics Teachers. A Paper presented at the SOS Conference, New York University, New York.

 

Beyerbach, B. (organizer), Burrell, M., Blunt White, C., Boyle, P., Nichelson, K., Klosky, E., Weitz, E., Abder Fraser, P., & Washington, V. (2007, May 19) Media, Parents, Family and Community: Parent and Teacher Perspectives. A Symposium presented at the SOS Conference, New York University, New York.

 

Mohammadi, M, Burrell, M., Dutton, K, & Ketcham, G. (2007, May). A model for institutionalizing Hybrid Instructional Modes from the Ground Up. A Presentation at Conference on Instructional Technologies, SUNY Plattsburgh. Plattsburgh, New York.

 

Burrell, B. & Beyerbach, B. (2007, April). Generating Expectations for Student Achievement (GESA) for Administrators. A Presentation for future school administrators, Jefferson Lewis BOCES, Watertown, New York, and Ray Middle School, Liverpool, New York.

 

Parsons, D., Beyerbach, B., Boozer, B., Burrell-Ihlow, M. Frederick, A., Gilmour, S., & Kane, S. (2007, April). International Travel to Africa as a means to Discovering America. A Presentation at College Hour, Oswego, New York.

 

Parsons, D., Beyerbach, B., Boozer, B., Burrell-Ihlow, M. Frederick, A., Gilmour, S., & Kane, S. (2007, April). We Speak English and You Speak French: The Tales of Americans with Limited Second Language Skills. A Presentation at QUEST, Oswego, New York

 

Burrell, M (2007, April). Panel Discussion: Using the Angel Course Management System. A Presentation at QUEST, Oswego, New York.

 

Parsons, D., Beyerbach, B., Boozer, B., Burrell-Ihlow, M. Frederick, A., Gilmour, S., & Kane, S. (2007, April). Transnational borders in the contact zone: Teaching for empowerment and social justice in Benin, Africa. Symposium submitted for presentation at the Annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Stoloff, D.L., Singh, D.K., Sprangler, K.L., Humbert, R., Sapp, G.H.B., Dunbar, D.P., Burrell, M., Jacobson, J.E., Pattillo, J., & Barber, S. (2007, February).Building a Consensus on the Assessment of Online Learning in Teacher Education. Paper presentation at the annual conference of the AACTE, New York, New York

Stoloff, D.L, Singh, D.K, Neal, B., Spangler, K.L, Sapp, G.H.B., Burrell, M., Jacobson, J.E., Dunbar, D.P, Redmond, P, Mandell, H., & Knott, C. (2007, February). Strengthening and Enhancing Online Teacher Education Programs: A 2007 Review. Symposium presented at the annual conference of the AACTE, New York, New York

Burrell-Ihlow, M., Garii, B & Shaffer, B. (2007). Introduction to Endnote, Winter Breakout 2007. SUNY Oswego, Oswego, New York.

 

Mohammadi, M., Burrell, M., Dutton, K, & Ketcham, G. (2006, November). A model for institutionalizing Hybrid Instructional modes from the ground up. Presentation to the C-Sloan Conference, Orlando, Florida.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2006, June). The Impact of Computer Technology on Constructivist Practices. Presentation at the PMET Conference, Oswego, NY.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2006, April). Dissertation: The Impact of Computer Technology on Secondary Mathematics Teachers’ Constructivist Reform Movement Practices. Presentation at QUEST (SUNY Oswego), Oswego, NY.         

 

Beyerbach, B.(organizer) , Burrell, M., Blunt White, C., Boyle, P., Nicholson, K., Klosky, E., Weitz, E., Abder Fraser, P., Washington, V. (2006, January). Using popular culture films to facilitate conversations about equity issues. Symposium proposal submitted to American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, San Diego, CA.

 

Beyerbach, B. (organizer), Burrell, M., Blunt White, C., Boyle, P., Nicholson, K., Klosky, E., Weitz, E., Abder Fraser, P., Washington, V. (2005, November). Using popular culture films to facilitate conversations about equity issues. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Atlanta, GA.

 

Beyerbach, B. A., et al. (2005, June). Generating expectations for student achievement: An equity awareness teacher professional development program is implemented by the New York Consortium for Professional Development. Presented at the Annual meeting of the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Education, June, NYC.

Burrell-Ihlow, M.(2005, May). Generating expectations for student achievement (GESA). Co-presented with the New York State Consortium for Professional Development [NYCPD] at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity [NCORE] conference, New York.

Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2005, March). The impact of computer technology on secondary mathematics teacher constructivist practices: Toyota Time Grant award recipients from 1997 – 2003. Paper presented at the Society for Information and Teacher Education International Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2004, March) Using course space management software in a on-campus graduate level assessment course. Poster Demonstration at the Society for Information and Teacher Education International Conference, Atlanta, GA.

 

Parsons, D., Ramalho, T., Burrell, M. & Beyerbach, B. (2004, March) Contextual constraints in implementing a diversity professional development program. Paper presented at annual meting of EERA, Clearwater, FL.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2004, February) Generating Expectations for Student Achievement: Rural and Urban Perspectives. Co-presented paper at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference, Atlanta, GA. Clearwater, FL.

Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2004, April). New Masters Degree in Education. Co-presentation at QUEST (SUNY Oswego), Oswego, NY.

 

Beyerbach, B & Burrell, M. (2003, October). SUNY Oswego’s GESA initiate. Presentation at New York State GESA Showcase, Albany, NY.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M. & Crary, C. (2003, June). Generating Expectations for Student Achievement—Diversity Training. Co-presented at the Pace University Conference on Faculty Development, Pleasantville, NY.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M.(2003, January). Use of Student Created Web Pages. Presented at the Winter BreakOut workshop series, SUNY Oswego, NY.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M. & Rule, A (2002, October). Individualizing K-2 Mathematics Learning. Presented at the National School Mathematics and Science Conference (NSMS) Conference, Rochester, NY.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2002, May). Group Presentation by Curriculum and Instruction faculty on teaching for Social Justice: Assessment. Presented at the National Women's Studies Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M.(2001, February). Using the ASSURE model to integrate technology in the college classroom. Presented at the Beyond Chalk and Talk Conference, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY.

 

Burrell-Ihlow, M. (2001, February). Teaching for Social Justice, Co-presented at the EERA conference, Hilton Head, SC.

 

 

 

Presented workshop on "Video Taping for Certification"—Spring 1998 & Spring 1999 

 

Presented 12-hour workshop on "Preparation for Substitute Teaching"—Winter 1998 

 

Co-presented 1-hour workshop on "Creative Training Techniques"—Fall 1997 Attended more than 32 hours of Standards and Assessment Training with Dr. Giselle Martin-Kniep, Spring 1997, Fall 1997 and Spring 1998 

 

Co-presented an in-service workshop on Collaborative Learning, Clinton Community College, February 1995 

 

Presented 8-hour workshop on the "First Days of School"—Summer 1997

VIII.         CONTINUING GROWTH

 

·Attended Conference on Instructional Technologies (CIT) conference –SUNY Oswego, May 2009

 

·Understanding the Grants Process workshop, Buffalo New York, October 6, 2008

                                                                                                                                     

·New Course Development, MAE 514—Mathematics for All Learners in a Diverse            Society, Spring/Summer 2008.

 

            ·New Course Development, EDU301/501—Educational Foundations: Schooling, Pedagogy, and Social Justice with Benin/France Quarter course travel Summer/Fall 2007 & Winter 2008.


·Attended Center on Learning and Teaching Spring Breakout session on Using Spreadsheets for Instruction, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, New York, May 22, 2007.

 

·Attended Women in Science and Academia Conference at Syracuse Stage, New York. March 13, 2007.

 

·Collaborative writing: Garii, B., Appova, A, Burrell, M., & Petersen, N.J. (2007, April-rejected). Puzzling the pieces: Mechanisms of Community in Mathematics Education. Presentation submitted for presentation at the Annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

 

·Attended A Community Conversation on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education and Careers, Syracuse, New York. December 7, 2006

 

·Attended ANGEL—Course Management Software training, Oswego, New York November 3, 2006.

 

·Attended AMTNYS—American Mathematics Teacher’s of New York State, Conference, Saratoga Springs, NY, October 28, 2006.

 

·Reviewed four research report proposals for annual conference of (AERA)—American Educational Research Association (2006-2007)

 

·Attended American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference, San Francisco, CA, April 2006

 

·Reviewed two research report proposals for annual conference of AERA—American Educational Research Association (2005-2006)

 

·Attended a Preparing Mathematicians to Educate Teachers (PMET) conference, SUNY Oswego, July 2005.

 

·Attended Conference on Instructional Technologies (CIT) conference –SUNY Binghamton, April 2005

 

·Attended a Preparing Mathematicians to Educate Teachers (PMET) conference, SUNY Oswego, May 2004.

 

·Attended Course Space (Web Enhanced Software) Training —SUNY Oswego summer 2003

 

·Participated in a Goals 2000 technology integration grant Spring 2001. 

 

·Participated in QUEST (SUNY Oswego) day presentation on Social Justice Teaching, April 2001. 

 

·Attended a 3-day GESA (Generating Expectations for Student Achievement) training March 2001, Albany, New York

 

·Attended a 1-day training on Front-Page (web page design) workshop, January and March 2001, Oswego, New York—Goals 2000. 

 

·Attended 8-day class on using the graphics calculator—Summer 1999 

 

·Attended 3-day workshop on Standards Based Unit Development—Spring 1999 

 

·Attended workshop on Multiple Intelligence’s—Spring 1999 

 

·Attended 4-day workshop, GOALS 2000, on Mathematics Standards and Assessments—1998/1999 

 

·Attended 18-hours of Internet in-service training through the Oswego City School District, Fall 1996 and Spring 1997 

 

 

 

IX.     COMMUNITY SERVICE

 

Independent study student (Fall 2008), Donnie Hebert, Internship program at Walt Disney, Florida.

 

Thesis student (2007-2009), Ashley Wheeler, Japanese lesson study: Preparation for higher achievement in mathematics—A comparative study of Japan and the United States.

 

Oswego Community Youth Orchestra—Grants Assistant appointed Spring 2009.

 

Search Committee (Chair)—School of Education, Assistant Dean for Assessment, November 2008-June 2009

 

Graduation Ceremony Reader, SUNY Oswego, December 2007, May 2008, December 2008, & May 2009

 

Search Committee—Curriculum and Instruction, Advisement Coordinator, Spring 2008

 

Search Committee—International Education, Program Officer, Fall 2007-Spring 2008

 

Office of Alumni Affairs Committee—Spring 2008

 

ITC—Instructional Technology Committee, Faculty Assembly appointment, 2006-Present

 

UCC—Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (Co-Chair with Karen Wolford January 2009), Faculty Assembly appointment, 2006-2008, 2009-present

 

Promotion and DSI Department Committee—Summer 2007 – Spring 2009

 

Oswego City Schools, Grade Reconfiguration, appointed by Superintendent of Schools: Spring 2007, Summer 2007 & Fall 2008.

 

Oswego City Schools, Capital Project Committee, appointed by Superintendent of Schools: Fall 2006—Spring 2007

 

Bias review committee work for the NYSTCE (New York State Teacher Certification Examination), through National Evaluation Systems (NES)— February 2000, January 2001, March 2001, May 2001, May 2002, March 2003, July 2003, March 2004, February 2006, October 2006, and March 2007 in Malta, New York. Fall 2000- May 2008

 

School of Education, Assessment Committee Representative: 2002 - 2006

 

School of Education, Technology Committee Representative: 2006 – Present

 

Provost’s Committee on Hybrids—School of Education representative: Spring 2005 – Present

 

Hybrid Task Force Representative: Spring 2005

 

Vice President for Home and School Association, Frederick Leighton Elementary School, Oswego City Schools: September 2005-June 2007

 

Technology Board (Tech Board) Representative for Curriculum and Instruction Department: 2003-Present: Equipment sub-committee chair, 2005-2006, 2006-2007, Applications/Equipment Committee sub-committee chair 2007-present, Chair for CTAB, elected Spring 2009.

              

            First Year Advisor Program Participant: 2001- Present