Assessment for Learning Students


Jeffery Barney

Ph.D. Student
2008 to 2012

Education

Experience

Areas of interest

Strengths

 

Amy Bentz

Ph.D. Student
2008 to Current

 

Education

  • Master of Arts in Teaching (2002), Wayne State University
  • Bachelor of Science (1999), Michigan State University

Experience

  • Science Instructor, Royal Oak High School (2002-2007)
  • Adjunct Professor, Eastern Michigan University (2008)

Areas of interest

  • Environmental Science education and assessment

Strengths

  • Environmental, Earth and Physical Science Education (high school level)
  • Gifted Education
  • Educational Research

 

Jonathon Engelman

Ph.D. Student
2008 to 2011

 

Education

  • Bachelor of Science (2005), Walla Walla College

Experience

  • Middle School Mathematics, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, KalamazooSDA Junior Academy (2005-2008)

Areas of interest

  • Middle School Mathematics
  • Small School Mathematics Assessment
  • Multi-Grade Classroom Mathematics

Strengths

  • Mathematics Education (Middle School, High School)
  • Interdisciplinary Experience (Mathematics, Biology, Physics)

 

Milton Harris

Ph.D. Student
2008 to 2009

Education

  • Master of Education (2005), University of Illinois, Chicago
  • Master of Arts in Teaching (2001), University of Iowa
  • Bachelor of Science (1997), Western Illinois University

Experience

  • Middle School Science Teaching
  • Research Science Laboratory Experience

Areas of interest

  • Student assessment in science
  • Curriculum development and enhancement in science education
  • Science teacher preparation

Strengths

  • Curriculum development
  • Teaching and learning in middle school science settings

 

Matthew Ludwig

Ph.D. Student
2007 to 2010

Education

  • Master of Science, Geological Engineering (2004), University of Wisconsin
  • Teaching Certificate,¬†Comprehensive Secondary Science (1998), Bowling Green State University
  • Bachelor of Science, Geology (1995), Eastern Michigan University

Experience

  • Louis Stoke’s Alliance for Minority Participation (2007), Western Michigan University, Physics Instructor
  • Way to Go Science¬†Program, Western Michigan University (2007), Graduate Assistant
  • Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience (2003, 2004, 2006), Santa Fe, NM, Teaching Assistant
  • Field Methods in Hydrogeology (2005), University of Wisconsin, Teaching Assistant
  • Evolution and Extinction (2001), University of Wisconsin, Teaching Assistant
  • GLOBE Project (2001 – 2002), Northwest Ohio Educational Technology
  • Foundation, Bowling Green, OH, Certified GLOBE Teacher Trainer
  • Napoleon Area City Schools (1998 – 2001), Napoleon, OH, Science Teacher
  • TAPESTRIES Project (1998), Bowling Green State University, Instructor
  • Boy Scouts of America – Troop 170 (1998-2001), Napoleon, OH, Scoutmaster
  • Van Wert Soil & Water Conservation District (1996 – 1997), Van Wert, OH, District Technician/Education Specialist

Areas of interest

  • Non-Major and Introductory Earth Science and Physics Education
  • Elementary and Middle School Science Teacher Preparation
  • How assessment and¬†evaluation effects student motivation

Strengths

  • Middle Level Science Education
  • Implementing Classroom Technology

 

Robert McCowen

Ph.D. Student
2008 to 2012

Education

Experience

Areas of interest

Strengths

 

Lindsay Noakes

Ph.D. Student
2008 to Current

 

Education

  • Master of Science (2004), Eastern Michigan University
  • Bachelor of Science (2000), Western Michigan University

Experience

Areas of interest

  • Mathematics education and classroom assessment
  • Curriculum and program evaluation

Strengths

  • Mathematics & Statistics Education (middle school, high school, teacher preparation)
  • Gifted Education
  • Educational Research

 

Diane Rogers

Ph.D. Student
2009 to Current

Education

Experience

Areas of interest

Strengths

 

Emily Rusiecki

Ph.D. Student
2008 to 2009

 

Education

  • Post-Baccalaureate Teaching Certification Program (2003), Secondary Mathematics, Millersville University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration (1997), Franklin & Marshall College

Experience

  • Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry and Personal Finance Instructor, 2003 – 2008
  • Developed and implemented math remediation program for seniors in accordance with the No Child Left Behind mandate and school district requirements for West Allegheny School District, 2003
  • Structured over $800 million of General Obligation Bond new money and refunding financings, 1997 – 2000
  • Analyzed forward delivery agreements, structured and competitively bid escrows, competitively bid investment agreements, monitored arbitrage compliance and rebate computation for local government units, 2000 – 2001
  • Developed and implemented investment strategies for public funds with a special emphasis on tax-exempt bond proceeds investments, 2000 – 2001

Areas of interest

  • Secondary mathematics education evaluation and research
  • Use of classroom assessments to raise student achievement

Strengths

  • Secondary mathematics education
  • Tax-exempt debt structuring and investment

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