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B I O G R A P H I C A L D A T A S H E E T

Current and accurate as of November 20, 2017

LYNN MATTHEW BURLBAW
Associate Professor,

Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture

College of Education

Texas A&M University

4232 TAMU 9498 Grassbur Road

College Station, TX 77843 Bryan, TX 77808



PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
Social studies education, history of education, international education, curriculum development and evaluation, computers in education, science-technology-and-society issues, learning and evaluation
EDUCATION
B.A. (Honors)(Honors), University of Albuquerque, 1971

M.Ed. Eastern New Mexico University, 1984

Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin, 1989

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES
New Mexico, Secondary Social Studies Certificate, Secondary English Certificate

EXPERIENCE

Coordinator of Secondary Post-Baccalaureate Certification Program, 1998 to 2002

Assistant to the Department Head (EDCI) for Scheduling and Planning, 1997 to 2000

Assistant Department Head (EDCI) for Teacher Education and Advising, 1996 to 1997.

Associate Professor of Educational Curriculum and Instruction, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX 77843, 1995 to present.

Assistant Professor of Educational Curriculum and Instruction, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX 77843, 1989 to 1995.

Associate Instructor in Education, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX 78285, Sociology of Education, Spring 1989.

Visiting Instructor in Education, Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX 78626, Secondary Curriculum, Supervision of Student Teachers, Spring 1988.

Assistant Instructor, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78712, Methods of Secondary Education; Elementary School Subjects   Social Studies; Schools in American Society   Secondary Level; Supervision of Secondary Social Studies Student Teachers, 1985 1989.

Assistant Director, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78712, History of Education, Oral History Program in Education, 1984 89.

Graduate research assistant, Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM 88130, Methods of Secondary Education, Documentary Research, 1983 84.

Teacher, Tucumcari Public Schools, Tucumcari, NM 88401, Secondary Social Studies, English, 1976 82.

Consulting

State Board for Educator Certification, Social Studies Framework Committee, 2000; Social Studies (4-8) ExCET Item Review Committee, 2001; History (8-12) Framework Review Committee, 2001-2002

Social Studies Center. Evaluator, Higher Education Coordinator, 2000-2001.

Social Studies Center for Educator Development, Higher Education development consultant, 1997-2000

Educational Systems Corporation, San Diego, CA, Freelance curriculum writer, 1987 1991

Holt Rinehart Winston, Austin, TX, Curriculum consultant, 1987 88; Textbook and state curriculum correlator, 1987 88

Educational Challenges Inc., Alexandria, VA. Freelance curriculum writer, 1988

External Evaluator: NSF, Texas Regional Enhancement Program for Physics Teachers, TAMU, 1998-2001; NSF, Texas Teachers Organization for Physical Science, TAMU, 1998-2000; Governor=s Geography Academy, TAMU and SWTSU, 1995; Mission Geography, NASA and TAMU, 1998-2001.


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, Proposal Reviewer, Publications Committee, Executive Committee, 1998-2000; Outstanding Dissertation Committee Chair, 1998, Nominations Committee, 1999-2001; Manuscript Reviewer 2000 to present

American Educational Research Association, (Division B Proposal SIG Proposal Reviewer; Teaching History SIG, Foundations of Social Studies SIG; Biographical and Archival Research SIG)

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, manuscript reviewer for Journal of Curriculum and Supervision

National Society for the Study of Education

National Council for History Education

Texas Council for History Education

Texas Oral History Association

Southwest Social Science Association, History and Geography Sections

National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), member of Assignments Committee 1995-1998

Foundations of Social Studies SIG of NCSS

College and University Faculty Assembly of NCSS

Texas Council for Social Studies, State Parliamentarian 1995-1996

Society for the Study of Curriculum History, President 1990-1992, Executive Secretary 1992 to present; Curriculum History Editor, 1993 to present

Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Delta Epsilon Sigma


HONORS, AWARDS AND LISTINGS
College Level Teaching Award, 2006, Association of Former Students, TAMU.

Nominated for Mentor of the Year, 2001, 2002, 2006.

Nominated for College Faculty Mentor of the Year, 2002-2003.

Nominated for Association of Former Students’ Distinguished Achievement Award: University Level Individual Student Relations, 2003.

Member, Academy for Educator Development, 2001

Big 12 University Faculty Fellowship, 1998-1999

Kezai Koho Center Fellowship, Summer Study in Japan, 1995.

Men of Achievement, 16th Edition, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, 1993

Center for Teaching Excellence Teaching Scholar, 1991-1992

Marquis Who's Who in the South and Southwest, 23rd Edition, 1993. 24th Edition, 1994.

Marquis Who's Who in the World, 12th Edition, 1994.

Fellow of the College of Preceptors (FCollP), College of Preceptors, 1990

Outstanding Dissertation Award, College of Education, The University of Texas at Austin, 1990.

Who's Who in American Education, 1989-90, 1990-91

Scholarship for Prospective Educators, Phi Delta Kappa, 1987

Laureate Scholarship, Kappa Delta Pi, 1985 86

University Fellowship, The University of Texas at Austin, 1984 85

Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 1983 84, 1970 71, 1969 70

Outstanding Young Man in America, 1975

Ford Foundation, Junior Year Abroad (India Program), 1968 69

COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS
Editorial Boards
American Educational Research Journal, 2004, 2006

American Educational History Journal, 2003, 2006.

The Social Studies, Consulting Editor, 1997- 2000

Annual Editions, Education. Dushkin Publishing Group, Inc. Guilford, Connecticut, 1991 to present

Texas Researcher. Texas Center for Educational Research, Austin, TX, 1993, 1994, 1995
State and National Professional Societies

Kappa Delta Pi International, Technology Integration Committee, Programs and Conferences, 1992-94 Biennium

Kappa Delta Pi International, Scholarship Reader, Counselors Scholarship, 1995-1997; O. L. Davis, Jr., Laureate Doctoral Scholarship, 1997-2006.

First Class Teacher Induction Pilot Project, Policy Committee, 1990-91.

United States Department of Education, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Educational Research and Improvement. National Diffusion Network, Product Significance Panel, 1988

Austin Independent School District, Austin, TX: Lay Citizens Textbook Advisory Committee, Texas History and Elementary Performing Arts Committees, 1986 87; Spanish as a Second Language and Communicative Arts, 1987 88; Advisory Committee Co chair and World Geography, 1988 89

People For the American Way, American History Textbook Analysis Committee for Texas State Textbook Adoption Cycle, 1985 86
Texas A&M University

Homeland Security and Bioterrorism Task Force (Integrated Center for Homeland Security), 2002 - 2003

Texas A&M University Environmental Programs Committee, 2002 to present

Facutly Senate, Faculty Developmental Leave Committee, 2000-2003, 2003-2006

Faculty Senate Committee on Bookstore Oversight, 1998-2002, 2003-2005.

Evans Library Curriculum Committee (ad hoc), 1997

EDCI/TLAC Faculty Evaluation Advisory Committee, for academic years 1990-91; 1993-94, 1995-96, 1997-98, 2000-01, 2004-2005

TLAC Executive Committee, 2003-2005

Electronic Database Task Force, 1992

Langston Terry-Ammon Underwood Scholarship Selection Committee, 1991-1992

Council on Teacher Education, 1990-1998

Faculty Representative Council, 1990-1991, 1994-1996

Department Hazard Communication Coordinator 1991-1995

IRL-CRL Revision Committee, 1990
GRANTS

PROPOSALS
Funded

2006 GIS to Integrate Social Science and Science Concepts at the Middle School Level. Texas Education Agency and National Geographic Society, $15,000. Andrew Klein (GEOG), Robert Bednarz (GEOG), Co-PIs. Lynn M. Burlbaw, Research Associate.(grant application would only allow 2 Co-PIs)

2001-2003 GeoITS: Spatial Skills for Science Education. National Science Foundation, Sub grant of $200,000 from Information Technology in Science Grant.

2000-2001 Web Enhanced Undergraduate Geoscience Courses, Department of Undergraduate Education, $75,000 proof of concept grant, Bruce Herbert (GEOL), PI, Lynn M. Burlbaw, external evaluator

2000-2001 Teaching about Australia, ASANA, $3000, Sarah Bednarz (GEOG), PI; Lynn M. Burlbaw - Co-PI

1999-2000 Social Scientists at Work, Grant from Texas Workforce Commission, $29,900, Lynn M. Burlbaw, PI

1998-2001 Mission Geography, NASA and NGS, $900,000, Sarah Bednarz, (GEOG), PI; Lynn M. Burlbaw, External Evaluator

1997-98 Implementing the TEKS in Higher Education, Grant from Texas Education Agency to Social Studies Center for Educator Development, administered $15,000 of $ 500,000 grant.

1996-97 Implementing the TEKS in Higher Education, Grant from Texas Education Agency to Social Studies Center for Educator Development, administered $50,000 of $1.3 million grant.

1994 Enhancing Student Learning Through the Use Of Computer Telecommunications to Collect and Share Data: A Collaborative Research/Teaching Project, $5,400. Lynn M. Burlbaw, PI, Kim Strauss and Donna Lynch, Co-PI, Somerville Junior High School, Somerville Independent School District, Somerville, Texas. Funded by Southwestern Bell Telephone Grant

1993 Using Site-based Telecommunications to Enhance Communications and Growth of Reflective Practice by Student Teachers and Their Supervisors. The Texas Center for Educational Technology, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, Lynn M. Burlbaw, PI, $16,115 requested - funded for $2,000 from TCET, $400 from Texas Educational Collaborative.

1992 Teaching Scholar Grant, Center for Teaching Excellence, $5,000.

1992 Governor's Geography Academy for Teachers, A Joint Proposal by Southwest Texas State University, Texas A & M University, and Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, U. S. Department of Education (OERI), $409,000, Sarah Bednarz (GEOG) and Richard Boehm (GEOG, SWSTU) Co-PI; Lynn M. Burlbaw, External Evaluator.

1991 Incentive Grant from the Texas A & M University, Center for Teaching Excellence, $1,037; Lynn M. Burlbaw, PI.

1990 Incentive Grant from the Texas A & M University, Center for Teaching Excellence, $1,000; Lynn M. Burlbaw, PI.
Submitted
2006 The Cross-Atlantic Cultural Exchange: Anglo American Community in Wartime England, 1942-1945. National Endowment for the Humanities, $375,000, Vernon L. Williams, PI, Lynn M. Burlbaw, CO-PI, pending.

2004 Colorado’s Company Coal Towns: Impacts on Imigrant Families and the Pursuit of the American Dream, 1900-1945. National Endowment for the Humanities, $450,000, Vernon L. Williams, Co-Director; Lynn M. Burlbaw, Co-Director (not funded).

2003 Immigrants and Colorado’s Company Coal Towns: Impact on Family and the Pursuit of the American Dream, 1900-1945. National Endowment for the Humanities, $404,727, Vernon L. Williams, Co-Director; Lynn M. Burlbaw, Co-Director (not funded).

2003 Connecting Middle School Environmental Awareness to Geoscience Education and Research, National Science Foundation, $185,000, March 17, 2003, Robert Bednarz, PI, Lynn M. Burlbaw, CO-PI (not funded)

2002 Access for Teacher Preparation at Texas A&M University. National Science Foundation, $706,000, Lynn Burlbaw, Evaluator. (not funded)

2001 A Distance Delivery Application. Master Teacher Certification, National Science Foundation, $78,000, December 2001, Lynn Burlbaw, Instructor (not funded)

2001 TTOPS: Texas Regional Enhancement Program for Underprepared Integrated Physics and Chemistry Teachers, National Science Foundation, December 2001, Lynn Burlbaw, Instructor. (not funded)

2001 Teacher Enhancement and Mentoring Project, National Science Foundation, $2,156,298, September 2001. Robert James, PI, Lynn Burlbaw, Instructor.(not funded)


2000 Teacher Enhancement and Mentoring Project. National Science Foundation, $1,404,597, Robert K. James, PI, Lynn M. Burlbaw, Evaluator (not funded).

2000 Outdoor Kids Collaborative. Texas Education Agency, Technology Integration in Education, $2,300,000; Robert K. James, PI, Lynn M. Burlbaw, Evaluator (not funded)

1993 Collaborative use of computer-assisted technology in public school classrooms to prepare teachers for the 21st Century. Texas A & M University, Office of University Research, $1513.50; Lynn M. Burlbaw, PI (not funded)
PUBLICATIONS (Refereed)
Single Author - Published

Burlbaw, L. M. (2005, March). “Forty Years of Teacher Certification – the de facto Social Studies Curriculum: Colorado County Tests, 1880-1920.” Curriculum History 2004, 11-20.

Burlbaw, L. M. (2000). Journal Induced Historical Myopia. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 15, 3, 267-274.

Burlbaw, L. M. (Ed). (1998). Curriculum History 1998, College Station, TX: Society for the Study of Curriculum History.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1998). Latitude: The Parallel Lines. Social Studies Texan, 13, 3 66-67

Burlbaw, L. M. (1996). Setting the tone: First class activities. Issues & Inquiry in College Teaching and Learning, 17/18, 3, 14-15.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1995). A scavenger hunt for the five fundamental themes of geography. Geographic Insights.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1994). Walking in the right direction: Realistic multicultural education infusion. MEI Center Connection, 2(2), 6 7.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1994). Applying generalizations in middle school geography classes. The Social Studies, 85, 110-113.



Burlbaw, L. M. (1993). Supporting teacher education with computer-based telecommunication systems. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 22, 99-112.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1993). Geography in a micro-environment: teaching the five themes in primary classrooms. Southern Social Studies Journal, 19(1), 3-10.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1993). Electronic mail, LISTSERVs, and bulletin boards in plain English. Social Studies Texan, 9(2), 64-66.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1993). Developing an understanding of difficulties in constructing maps. Social Studies Texan, 9(1), 64-67.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1993). An integrative model for revitalizing the social studies. In Foundations of Social Studies Proceedings, Walter Schultz, Editor.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1992). An unfolding time line. Canadian Social Studies: The History and Social Science Teacher, 26, 158-160.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1991). Add a teacher-led stimulation to your lecturing techniques. The Social Studies, 81(1), 30-31.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1991). More than ten thousand teachers: Hollis L. Caswell and the Virginia Curriculum Revision Program. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 6, 233-254.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1991). Computer use instructions for DEC VAX/Mail and Edit Systems. Version 2.0. Mimeographed.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1990). The creative teacher: Leader in learning. In Teaching as a Creative Activity. Proceedings of International Society for Exploring Teaching Alternatives, Annual meeting October 11-13, 1990, Indianapolis, IN.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1986). Using oral history for the chapter annual report. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 22, 60 63.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1984). A social studies genealogy: A way to integrate learning. Southwestern Journal of Social Education. 14, 42 48.

Submitted
Burlbaw, L. M. Developing a Shared History: Personal Timelines in a History of Education Course. Submitted to Kappa Delta Pi Forum.

Burlbaw, L. M. Cultural categories charts and notebook: A standardized information gathering system. Teacher Educator.

Burlbaw, L. M. Building Walls: Limiting Innovation through Self-Imposed Boundaries. Submitted to Curriculum Journal.
Co-Authored Works - Published

Burlbaw, L. M., Caldwell, H. K., Maldonado-Castillo, J., and M. F. Merricks. (2006). Female chief state school officers. The field in 2005. American Educational History Journal, 33(2) 147-155.

Jia, Y., Eslami, Z. R., and L. M. Burlbaw. (Summer 2006). ESL teacher’s perceptions and factors influencing their use of classroom-based reading assessment. Bilingual Research Journal, 20(2) 459-482.

Plett, B.S., and L.M. Burlbaw, (2005). "Public School English Language Programs 1900-1960: A Review of the Literature," American Educational History Journal, 32; 78-85.

Davis, O.L., Jr., Burlbaw, L.M., and Davis, M. (2001). Curriculum History Timeline 2001, College Station, Society for the Study of Curriculum History.

Burlbaw, Lynn M., Jonathan B. Borowiec, and Robert K. James. (2001). AWhat=s New in . . . Team Experiences for Science and Social Studies Preservice Teachers,@ Clearing House, 74: 116-117.

Burlbaw, Lynn M. and Vernon Williams. Social Scientists At Work: The Historian. Austin, TX: Charles H. Dana Center, 2000.

Burlbaw, Lynn M. and Katherine Mueller. Social Scientists At Work: The Sociologist. Austin, TX: Charles H. Dana Center, 2000.

Burlbaw, Lynn M. and Shawn Carlson. Social Scientists At Work: The Archaeologist and Anthropologist. Austin, TX: Charles H. Dana Center, 2000.



Burlbaw, Lynn M. and Robert Biles. Social Scientists At Work: The Political Scientist. Austin, TX: Charles H. Dana Center, 2000.

Burlbaw, Lynn M. and Marit Tenfjord. Social Scientists At Work: The Geographer. Austin, TX: Charles H. Dana Center, 2000.

Burlbaw, Lynn M. and Larry Wolken. Social Scientists At Work: Economist. Austin, TX: Charles H. Dana Center, 2000.

Lamphere Jordan, P., & Burlbaw, L. M. (1999). Representing Population Density: A Study with Elementary Preservice Teachers. Journal of Social Studies Research.

Field, Sherry L. and Burlbaw, Lynn M. (1995). A A Time for Growth, a Time for War, a Time for Leadership, 1937 1947.@ Social Education. 59 (7): 408 15.

Burlbaw, L. M., & Balester, V. M. (1995). Research portfolios: Connecting projects to products. Journal of Staff, Organization and Professional Development, 13 (1): 15-23.

Field, S. L., L. M. Burlbaw, and O. L. Davis, Jr. (1994). I think there was a storm in the desert: Using Narrative to assess children=s understanding of the Gulf War. Social Studies 85(6): 256-261.

Johnson, G. R., Burlbaw, L. M., and V. Willson. (1994). Systematic instruction v. lecture. The Journal of Staff, Program, & Organization Development, 11, 197-201.

Armstrong, D. G., L. M. Burlbaw, and C. L. Batten. (Winter 1992). Extended teacher education programs: What the literature tells us. The Teacher Educator, 27, 9-14.

Armstrong, D. G., L. M. Burlbaw, and C. L. Batten. (1992). Extended teacher preparations programs: What the research tells us. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 336345).

Burlbaw, L. M., & Lewis, L. B. (1991). "Teacher, How far did Paul Revere ride?" Social Education, 55, 195-197.

Armstrong, D. G., and Burlbaw, L. M. (1991). Cashing in on learners' interest in money: World currency as a motivator in the social studies classroom. Social Studies, 82,143-147.

Morris, J. M., C. Anderson, D. Armstrong, C. Batten, L. Burlbaw, S. Knight, A. Seaman, R. Shutes, and D. Wiseman. (1991). Long term research and evaluation of restructured teacher education programs. Instructional Research Laboratory, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX 77843-4232. Monograph.

Burlbaw, L. M., & Lewis, L. B. (1988). "Teacher, How far is Bethlehem?" Two Map Study Methods for Teachers. Church Teachers Magazine. 16, 55 56, 78.

Allen, M., & Burlbaw, L. M. (1987). Making meaning with a metaphor. Social Education. 51, 142 143.

Davis, Jr., O. L., Ponder, G., Burlbaw, L. M., Garza Lubeck, M., & Moss, A. (1986). Looking at history. A review of major U. S. history textbooks. Washington, DC: People for the American Way.

Burlbaw, L. M., and Isham, M. M. (1984). A guide to accessing information systems for research studies. Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM.

Submitted
Capraro, R. M., Burlbaw, L. M., and L. R. Zientek. “Content and Pedagogical Knowledge in Colorado

Teachers’ Mathematics Exams at the Turn of the 20th Century.” Submitted to International Journal of History of Mathematics Education. Resubmission October 2006.

Burlbaw, L. M., and Janet Alleman. AApplying “A Framework for Analysis and Evaluation:” Reflections from Classroom Practice” Submitted to European Journal of Teacher Education.
PUBLICATIONS - (Book Chapters)
Burlbaw, L. M. (2005). More than 10,000 Teachers: Hollis L. Caswell and the Virginia Curriculum Revision Program. In Burlbaw, L. M., and S. L. Field, (Eds). Explorations in Curriculum History, 53-71. Greenwich, CT: Info-Age Press.

Burlbaw, L.M. (2003). Hollis Leland Caswell: Teacher, Principal, Professor, Dean, President, Mentor, and Friend. In S.L. Field & M.J. Berson (Eds.), They Lead by Teaching, 18-27. Indianapolis, IN: Kappa Delta Pi.

Burlbaw, L. M. “Helen McCracken Carpenter.” In “Building a legacy: women in social education, 1784-1984.” Crocco, Margaret, and Davis, Jr., O. L. (Eds.).Silver Spring, MD.: National Council for the Social Studies, 2002.

PUBLICATIONS (Non-refereed)
Book Reviews

Burlbaw, L. M. (1995). Review of Some Truth With Maps by Alan M MacEachren. Journal of Geography, 94, 389.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1994). Review of Things Maps Don't Tell Us by Armin K. Lobeck. Journal of Geography, 93, 112-113.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1991). Review of What's in a Name by Leonard R. N. Ashley. Journal of Geography, 90, 93.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1991). Review of Black Sheep and Kissing Cousins. Social Education, 55, 142-144.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1990). Review of The Social Sciences and International Education by Mario Zamora etal. Journal of Geography 89, 141.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1987). Review of Sometimes A Shining Moment: The Foxfire Experience by Eliot Wigginton. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 24, 31 32.

Columns in Journals
Burlbaw, L. M. (Winter 1995). "One Man's Gold is Another Man's Trash." Social Studies Texan. 10 (3): 32-33.

Burlbaw, L. M. (Fall 1994). Electronic Mail on the Internet. Kappa Delta Pi Record.

Burlbaw, L. M. (Fall 1994). TENET for Texas Social Studies Teachers. Social Studies Texan.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1993). The electronic classroom: Appropriate technology. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 30, 77.

Burlbaw, L. M. (1993). Teachers and the information highway. Social Studies Texan, 9(3), 38-39.
INVITED ADDRESSES
House 62: Social Science Research in Southern Colorado Mining Towns. Presentation to the Faculty of the School of Social Science, University of Northern Colorado, November 16, 2006.

How Fine a Sieve. The Importance of Scale in Social Science Research (Presidential Address, Midwest History of Education Society, Annual Meeting, October 21, 2005, Chicago, IL.

Educational Foundation Scholarships: Their Meaning in the Lives of Young Scholars and Teachers. Invited Foundation Breakfast address given at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi, April 1-4, 1992, Memphis, TN.

The Role of Technology in Education. Invited Address at The University of Houston, Clear Lake Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi International, April 2, 1993.


PRESENTATIONS

National

“Following ‘Dear Old Dad?: Educational Attendance Patterns in Southern Colorado Coal Mining Towns” paper presented at Mid America Conference on History, Fayetteville, AR, September 14-16, 2006, with Heather K. Caldwell.

“Comparing Educational Attendance Patterns in Southern Colorado Coal Mining Towns and Pennsylvania Towns,” paper presented at annual meeting of Midwest History of Education Society meeting, Chicago, IL, October 27-28, 2006, with Heather K. Caldwell.

“Hope for the Future of Schooling: Texas Schools and the CWA,” paper presented at Southwestern Social Science Association Meeting in San Antonio, 13-15 April, 2006. with Rui Kang, doctoral student.

“Cottage Schools: Educational and Organizational Innovation,” paper presented at Society for the Study of Curriculum History, San Francisco, CA: April 6, 2006.

“Is this the best social studies lesson? Make it one,” paper presented at National Council for the Social Studies, Kansas City, MO, November 17-20, 2005, with J. Alleman.

“Recapturing the social studies through interdisciplinary teaching,” paper presented at Kappa Delta Pi Biennial Convocation, November 3-5, 2005, Orlando, FL.with Heather K. Caldwell.

“The Superintendent Project: Women Educators as State Superintendents of Public Instruction.” Paper presented at annual meeting of Midwest History of Education Conference, Chicago, IL, 21-22 October 2005. with Heather K. Caldwell, Jennifer Maldonado-Castillo, and Michelle Fernandez, doctoral students.

“Women State Superintendents of Public Instruction: A Survey to 2005.” Paper presented at annual meeting of Mid-America Conference on History, Lawrence, KS, 22-24 September 2005. with Heather K. Caldwell, Jennifer Maldonado-Castillo, and Michelle Fernandez, doctoral students.

“The Demographics of Las Animas, Colorado, County Teachers, 1880 -1920: Curriculum of Changing Migration,” paper presented at Annual Meeting of Society for the Study of Curriculum History, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 15-17, 2005.

“The Demographics of Las Animas, Colorado, County Teachers, 1880 -1920,” paper presented at Southwestern Social Science Association at New Orleans, 23-26 March 2005.

Changes in High School Curriculum Offerings: African American High Schools in Texas, 1930-1945,” paper presented at Annual Meeting of Midwest History of Education Society, Chicago, IL, October 29-30, 2004.

WPA Nursery Schools: Improving Health of Low Income Children, presented at History of Education Society Meeting, November 4-7, 2004, Kansas City, MO, with Christina Richardson.

The Changing Curriculum for Black High Schools, 1930-1945. presented at Midwest History of Education Society meeting, October 29-30, 2004, Chicago, IL

In Context of the Times: Pedagogical Exams for Turn of the Century Colorado Teachers, paper presented at Midwest History of Education Society meeting, October 24-25, 2003, Chicago, IL.

A Scientifically Literate Profession – the Knowledge Base of County Certified Elementary Teachers in the State of Colorado, 1880-1912, paper presented for Midwest History of Education Society meeting, October 24-25, 2003, Chicago, IL, with Dane Bozeman.

In Context of the Times: Historical, Geographic, and Political Content in Elementary Certification Exams at the Turn of the Century Colorado Teachers’ Exams, paper presented at Twenty-fifth Annual Mid-America Conference on History, September 18-20, 2003, Memphis, TN.

Forty years of Teacher Certification: the de facto Social Studies Curriculum: Colorado County Tests, 1880-1920. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Society for the Study of Curriculum History, April 20-21, 2003, Chicago, IL.

A Staff Development Strategy with a Built-In “Multiplier Effect. Paper presented at 2003 National Conference of National Association for Research in Science Teaching, March 23-26, 2003, Philadelphia, PA, with Craig Wilson and Robert K. James.

Responding to Social Change During the Great Depression: School Populations and Attendance, 1930-1945. Presentation made at Annual Meeting of Midwest History of Education Society, October 25-25, 2002, Chicago, IL. Co-Presented with Bethany Plett.

Responding to Social Change During the Great Depression: Changing the Curriculum of the High Schools, 1930-1945. Presentation made at Annual Meeting of Midwest History of Education Society, October 25-25, 2002, Chicago, IL.

Certification Exams: The “New” Texas Story, paper presented at Annual Meeting of American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, October 10-12, 2002, Tulsa, OK

Teacher Testing – Could You Pass the Test?, paper presented at Twenty-fourth Mid-America Conference on History, September 19-21, 2002, The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

The School Adequacy Survey and School Consolidation. Paper presented at Eighty-Second Annual Meeting of Southwestern Social Science Association, March 27-30, 2002, New Orleans, LA.

How Good is Good?: A Century of Rating High Schools. Presentation at Midwest History of Education Society meeting, October 26-27, 2001, Chicago, IL, with Jon Borowiec and Martha Beaman.

The 1937 School Adequacy Survey: Federal Funds to Improve Educational Conditions. Paper presented at Midwest History of Education Society meeting, October 26-27, 2001, Chicago, IL.

Company Towns, Company Schools: Las Animas County, Colorado. Paper presented at Twenty-third Annual Mid-America Conference on History, September 20-22, 2001, Stillwater, OK.

Curriculum History Timeline: An Exploration. Paper presented at Society for the Study of Curriculum History meeting, April 9-10, 2001, Seattle, WA, with O. L. Davis, Jr. and M. D. Davis.

New Deal Schools as Agents of Social Betterment. Paper presented at 81st Annual Meeting of Southwestern Social Science Association, March 15-18, 2001, Fort Worth, TX.


Historical School Buildings: Sites for School-Community Interactions. Paper presented at 80th Annual Conference of National Council for the Social Studies, November 17-19, 2000, San Antonio, TX, with Christina Richardson.

Collaborative Writing - Dancing with Words. Paper presented at Seventh Annual AATC Conference, October 5-7, 2000, Alexandria, VA, with J. Wesley Null, Chara Bohan, Jennifer Deets, Patricia Lamphere..

Funding and Operational Patterns in Depression Era Texas Schools. Paper presented at 22nd Annual Mid-America Conference on History, September 21-23, 2000, Lawrence, KS.

Are Teacher Educators Asking the Correct Questions? Paper presented at Sixth Annual AATC Conference, October 8-10, 1999, Orlando, FL.

What is Between the Disciplines in Interdisciplinary Units? Paper presented at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi, November 11-13, 1999, Baltimore, MD.

Who Teaches the Teachers. Paper presented at International Conference on Research in Geographic Education, May 20-22, 1999, San Marcos, TX. Robert Bednarz first author.

Integrating Science & Social Studies Methods in an STS Project. Paper presented at Association for the Education of Teachers in Science, Austin, TX, January 14-17, 1999. Robert K. James and Janice Robinson, co-presenters.

Journal Induced Historical Myopia. Paper presented at Fifth Annual AATC Conference, October 15- 17, 1998, Orlando, FL.

Making Sense of the Numbers: Social Control Through Numerical Representation. Paper presented at College and University Faculty Assembly of National Council for the Social Studies, November 1997, Cincinnati, OH. Patricia Lamphere, co-presenter.

Big Numbers, Small Numbers: What Do they mean to society? Paper presented at College and University Faculty Assembly of National Council for the Social Studies, November 1997, Cincinnati, OH. Patricia Lamphere, co-presenter.

Social Constructions using Numbers. Paper presented at National Council for the Social Studies, November 1997, Cincinnati, OH. Patricia Lamphere, co-presenter.

Translating and Analyzing Tabular Data: Database and Spreadsheet Manipulations. Paper presented at National Council for the Social Studies, November 1997, Cincinnati, OH. Patricia Lamphere, co-presenter.

Computer Assisted Record Keeping. Paper presented at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi International in Saint Louis, MO, November 6-8, 1997. John Nkemnji, co-presenter.

Tips and Tools for Creating a Cool Homepage. Paper presented at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi International in Saint Louis, MO, November 6-8, 1997. John Nkemnji, presenter; Lynn M. Burlbaw, co-presenter.

Fractured History and Geography: An Examination of Why Students Choose "Wrong" Words To Write and Talk about Social Studies Topics. Paper presented at National Council for the Social Studies, November 1996, Washington, DC. Margaret Ann Price, co-presenter. ED 406303

Burlbaw, L. M. Building Walls: Limiting Innovation through Self-Imposed Boundaries. Paper presented at Third Annual AATC Conference, October 17-19, 1996, San Antonio, TX.

Toward Process in Geography: Possibilities and Pitfalls. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association, April 8, 1996, New York, NY.

Science and Social Studies: Another Integration. Paper presented at Biennial meeting of Kappa Delta Pi, Birmingham, AL, November 4-6, 1995, Kathryn M. Powell, co-presenter.

Portfolio Assessment: Documenting Multiple Professional Responsibilities. Paper at Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association, April 17-22, 1995, San Francisco, CA. With Johnson, G. R.


A History of Curriculum History. One paper in of symposium, The Nature and Nurture of Curricula History. Paper presented at 1994 American Educational Studies Association Convention, October 1994, Chapel Hill, NC. Other symposium participants are Alan W. Garrett, Elizabeth Yeager, Sherry L. Field, Mark Isham, O. L. Davis, Jr., and James W. Morris III.

Student attitudes towards telecommunications in the classroom: Comparing purposive and incidental instruction. Paper presented at Technology Conference '94, Third Annual Conference on Technology in Education, November 17-19, 1994, College Station, TX. With Karen Murphy.

Can You Tell Us the Story? Student Narratives and What They Tell Us About the Gulf War. Presentation at annual meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of National Council for the Social Studies, Phoenix, AZ, November 18-21, 1994. With Field, S. L. (first author) and O. L. Davis, Jr., co-author.

Systematic Instruction Revisited: Control of Time as a Variable. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association, April 4-9. 1994, New Orleans, LA. Johnson, G.R. first author.

Using Real-Time Data From Computer-based Telecommunications in Middle and High School Social Studies Classrooms. Paper presented at annual meeting of National Council for the Social Studies, Nashville, TN, November 19-22, 1993.

Social Studies and Communities: Beginning Teachers' Beliefs. Paper presented at annual meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of National Council for the Social Studies, Nashville, TN, November 19-22, 1993. With Lois M. Christensen and Steven White, co-authors.

Social Studies and Elementary Student Teachers: Initial Investigations Into Beliefs About Efficacy and Effectiveness. Paper presented at annual meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of National Council for the Social Studies, Nashville, TN, November 19-22, 1993. With Lois M. Christensen (first author) and Steven White, co-author.

I think there was a storm in the desert: Children's narrative about the Gulf War. Paper presented at annual meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of National Council for the Social Studies, Nashville, TN, November 19-22, 1993. With Field, S. L. (first author) and O. L. Davis, Jr., co-author. (Published in The Social Studies, 1994).

Technological Support in the Transition From Student to Teacher: Methods Courses to Student Teaching. With Cathleen Loving. Paper presented at Diversity in Teacher Preparation for the 21st Century Conference. Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, April 22-23, 1993. (published 1993)

Researching public school practice: A model and procedures. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Society for the Study of Curriculum History, April 11-12, 1993, Atlanta, GA.

The Goals of Education: From the Cardinal Principles of 1918 to the Revisions of 1992. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Society for the Study of Curriculum History, April 11-12, 1993, Atlanta, GA.

An Integrative Model for Revitalizing the Social Studies. Paper presented at Foundations of Social Studies Special Interest Group annual meeting at Annual Meeting of National Council for the Social Studies, November 20-23, 1992, Detroit, MI. (published 1993)

Working with World Currency: Motivating Learners, Developing Thinking Skills. With David Armstrong. Presentation at Annual Meeting of National Council for the Social Studies, November 20-23, 1992, Detroit, MI. (published 1991)

Teachers as Curriculum Developers: Have We Been Here Before? Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Society for the Study of Curriculum History, April 19-20, 1992, San Francisco, CA.

A Report on the Use of Telecommunications to Increase Student Access to Faculty and Information. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 20-24, 1992, San Francisco, CA.


Portfolios: Plans for Professional Growth. Paper presented at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi, April 1-4, 1992, Memphis, TN.

Long Term Research and Evaluation of Restructured Teacher Education Programs. With John M. Morris, C. Anderson, D. Armstrong, C. Batten, L. Burlbaw, S. Knight, A. Seaman, R. Shutes, and D. Wiseman. Professional Clinic presented at Annual Conference of Association of Teacher Educators, February 16-20, 1991, New Orleans, LA. (published 1991)

The Creative Teacher: Leader in Learning. Paper presented at Annual meeting of International Society for Exploring Teaching Alternatives, October 11-13, 1990, Indianapolis, IN.

Hollis Leland Caswell: Curriculum Leader. Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Society for Educational Biography, Chicago, IL., April 27, 1990.

More than Ten Thousand Teachers: Hollis L. Caswell and the Virginia Curriculum Revision Program. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society Curriculum History, Boston, MA, April 16, 1990. (published 1991)

The Teacher as Liaison: A Bridge between Learning and the Learner. Paper presented at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi, Indianapolis, IN., March 29, 1990.

Presenting a Professional Image. Paper presented at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi, Indianapolis, IN, March 29, 1990.
Regional and State

Excelling with Excel, Presentation at 54th Annual Conference of Texas Council for the Social Studies, October 13-15, 2006, Fort Worth, TX, with Jennifer Maldonado Castillo, Hanna Muldowney and Rui Kang.

Who Made This TExES Exam, Anyway? Paper presented at 51st Annual Conference of Texas Council for the Social Studies, October 16-19, 2003, Lubbock, TX.

Is this good Social Studies? A framework to analyze instructional activities. Paper presented at 51st Annual Conference of Texas Council for the Social Studies, October 16-19, 2003, Lubbock, TX.

Change in Knowledge and Facility: Geo-science-based Information Technology in Science. Paper presented at 8th Annual Educational Research Exchange, Feb 7, 2003, College Station, TX, Gillian Acheson, GEOG, first author.

The responsibility of Colleges of Education, Liberal Arts and Sciences in preparing students to teach and be responsible citizens: A TEKS adoption directive. TEKS and Higher Education Conference, University of Texas at Austin, August 18, 1998.

The role of Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences in implementation of TEKS. Higher Education TEKS Conference, Stephen F. Austin State University, July 1, 1998.

Conference on TEKS in Higher Education. July 7-9, 1997, Bryan, TX.

What is Between the Disciplines in Interdisciplinary Teaching? Paper presented at the annual meeting of Texas Council for the Social Studies, Houston, TX, September 1996.

Dear Principal, I Do Teach Mathematics: Improving Mathematics Skills in the Social Studies Classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Texas Council for the Social Studies, Dallas, TX, September 1998.

Science and Social Studies: Another Integration. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Texas Council for the Social Studies, Fort Worth, TX, October 1995, with Kathryn M. Powell.

The Standards: Impact and Influence on Practice. Presentation at the annual meeting of Texas Council for the Social Studies, Fort Worth, TX, October 19-22, 1995. With William Sands, Jr., A&M Consolidated High School, College Station, TX, and Ronald Wilhelm, University of North Texas, Denton, TX.

Integrating the Five Skills of Geography and the Scientific Method. Presentation at Science/Technology Symposium, Texas A & M University, March 5, 1994.

Using Real-Time Data From Computer-based Telecommunications in Geography and Social Studies Classrooms. Paper presented at annual meeting of Friends of Geography, Houston, TX, February 27, 1993.

Science and Social Studies: "Hard Science" explains "Soft Science" Problems. Paper presented at Science/Technology Symposium, Texas A & M University, March 6, 1993.



Analysis and Generalizations from Student Created Notebooks. Paper presented at Fortieth annual meeting of Texas Council for the Social Studies, October 8-11, 1992, Houston, TX.

National Images and World Currency: Working With Paper Money from Many Lands to Develop Student's Thinking Skills and to Help Them Recognize Images and World Currency. With David Armstrong, Paper presented at Annual Conference of Southeast Regional Council for the Social Studies, March 20-22, 1992, New Orleans, LA. (published 1991)

Science in Social Studies' Classrooms: How "Hard Science" explains "Soft Science." Program presented at Science/ Technology Symposium, Texas A & M University, March 7, 1992.

Systematic Instruction v. Lecture: Control of Time as a Variable. Paper presented with Glenn Ross Johnson and Victor Willson at the Annual Meeting of Southwest Educational Research Association, January 30 - February 1, 1992, Houston, TX. (published in 1994)

The Community as Classroom: Exploring Geography's Five Themes in the School/Community Setting. Paper presented at Thirty-ninth annual meeting of Texas Council for the Social Studies, October 3-6, 1991, Austin, TX. (published in 1993)

Contemporary Issues in Education: Providing Students with Opportunities to Operationalize Suggested Teaching Practices. With Sherry Clark, Paper presented at annual meeting of Association of Teacher Educators and Texas Association of Teacher Educators Mid-America Regional Conference, September 27-29, 1991, Dallas, TX.

Telecommunication support system for first-year teacher induction program: A First Class pilot project report. With Raylene Renfrow, Paper presented at annual meeting of Association of Teacher Educators and Texas Association of Teacher Educators MidAmerica Regional Conference, September 27-29, 1991, Dallas,TX.

Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of Restructured Teacher Education Programs. With Stephanie Knight, David Armstrong, Connie Batten, Donna Wiseman, Anna Seaman, John Morris, Robert Shutes, and Gertrude Henry, Symposium presented at Fourteenth annual meeting of Southwest Educational Research Association, January 24-26, 1991, San Antonio, TX. (published 1991)

Cumulative Change in Student MSLQ Scores. With Sherry Clark, Paper presented at Fourteenth annual meeting of Southwest Educational Research Association, January 24-26, 1991, San Antonio, TX.

Releasing the Princes and Princesses: San Antonio Independent School District Mark Twain's Frog Pond, A School Within a School. Presentation with Frederic Morony at the annual meeting of the Texas A & M School/University Research Collaborative, Del Lago, TX, January 11 - 12, 1991.

Working with World Currency: Motivating Learners - Developing Thinking Skills. With David Armstrong, Paper presented at Annual Conference of Texas Council for Social Studies, October 18-21, 1990, Lubbock, TX. (published 1991)

Making Maps Work for You. Paper presented at Annual Conference of Texas Council for Social Studies, October 18-21, 1990, Lubbock, TX.

What Makes a Competent Teacher?: Beginning Education Students' Perceptions. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Southwest Educational Research Association, Austin, TX., Jan 26, 1990.

Oral history in the classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Texas Council for Social Studies, Abilene, TX., October 1986.

Using Oral History for Chapter Records. Paper presented at Regional Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi, Houston, TX., April 1985. (published 1986)

Student attitudes towards their school and classes: A field study. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Student Research Conference, Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM., April 1984.


Two Anglo Saxon words and their modern equivalents and usage. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Student Research Conference, Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM., April 1984.
Local
House 62: The story of one family in Primero, Colorado. Poster session at Education Research Exchange, January 27, 2006, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.

Using staff development research to develop IPC scenario training programs. Week long workshop with TTOPS program, College of Science, Texas A&M University, June 15-19, 1998.

The state of education and implications for urban planners. Presentation to Contemporary Urban Affairs (PLAN 615), Texas A&M University, October 24, 1989.

Indian society from a westerner's eyes. Presentation at A & M Consolidated High School, College Station, TX, September 21, 1989.

Reading of Original Poetry at the University Fellow's Christmas Meeting, December 11, 1984.

Using LOGO Language for problem solving. Paper presented at Langford Elementary School, Austin, TX., December 1984.


WORKSHOPS

Is This Your Best Lesson: Learn How to Tell, presented at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi, November 13-15, St. Louis, MO.

Archival-Primary Source Workshop. Workshop presented at George Bush Library and Museum, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, April 12-13, 2002.

Evaluating Activities as Instructional Tools: Analytic Framework as Applied to Social Studies Activities. Workshop presented at Friends of Geography Annual Conference, February 10, 2001, Sugar Land, TX. Conducted with Jon Borowiec.

The Social Studies Center and Its Mission in Texas. Workshop presented at Friends of Geography Annual Conference, February 10, 2001, Sugar Land, TX. Jon Borowiec, primary presenter.

Brainstorm activities for program development. Workshop with the Department of Agricultural Communications, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, September 14, 1994.

Teaching Portfolios. Workshop presented at Somerville Junior High School, Somerville, TX., May 26, 1994.

Electronic Mail: Potential Uses in Chapter Development and Communication. Workshop presented with John Campbell (PSU) and Irv Cockriel (UMC) at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi, April 1-4, 1992, Memphis, TN.

Desktop Professional Transparency Production. Workshop presented with John Nkemnji (UW-Platteville) at Biennial Convocation of Kappa Delta Pi, April 1-4, 1992, Memphis, TN.

Using Campus-Based Computer Systems in Educational Instruction. Workshop presented to faculty in College of Education, January 21, 1992.

Using Electronic Mail in College Teaching. Workshop presented to faculty in College of Education, May 13, 15, 20, and 22, 1991.

Motivating Students: A Program for Faculty Members who want to learn more about the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire. With Glenn Ross Johnson, Stephanie Knight, and Vince Sweat. April 12, 1991.

The Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire. A workshop/presentation with Glenn Ross Johnson, at the annual meeting of the Southwest Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX, January 25, 1991.

A TA takes stock: Strategies for beginning the year. Texas A & M University, January 9, 1991.

Strategies for Beginning Teachers. Texas A & M University, August 20, 1990.


Education for the 21st Century: Looking at Cooperative Teacher Educators. The Role of Mentor Teachers. Instructional Leadership Academy, The University of Texas at Arlington, TX, June 18-28, 1990.

Learning Styles and Their Application to ESL Students, Texas A & M University, February 12, 1990.

Motivated Strategies for Learning and Retention of Students. With Glenn R. Johnson, Vi Florez, and Stephanie Knight. Texas A & M University, January 11-12, 1990.

Conducting classroom based oral histories. Workshop for Gifted and Talented Program, Seventh Grade, Hill Country Middle School, Eanes School District, Austin, TX, February 9, 1987.

Poetry for Third Graders. A week long workshop in writing poetry conducted at Langford Elementary School, Austin, TX, January 7-11, 1985.

Designing Research Strategies to Access Documentary Information Systems. Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM, April 21 & 28, 1984.


1991 Follow-up Evaluation of Summer Geography Institute, National Geographic Society Educational Foundation, $16,265; Lynn M. Burlbaw, PI (not funded)

1991 In Search of the Caravels of Columbus: The Fourth Voyage. Texas Committee for the Humanities, $43,538; Lynn M. Burlbaw, Co-PI (not funded)


PROFESSIONAL, COMMUNITY AND CIVIC ACTIVITIES

Society for the Study of Curriculum History, Secretary-Treasurer and Newsletter Editor, 1990-91; President 1991-93; elected permanent Executive Secretary-Treasurer and Curriculum History Editor, 1993 to present.

Midwest History of Education Society, President, 2004-2005.

Textbooks, Textbook Publishing and Schools SIG of AERA, Chairperson, 1998-99

Phi Delta Kappa, College Station Chapter, President, 1990-91, 1991-92, Past President, 1992-93

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education

- Presidential and Laureate Scholarship reader, 2000-2006

- Mu Chi Chapter (Texas A & M University), Associate Counselor, 1989 to 1991; Chapter Counselor, 1991 to present; Delegate to International Convocation, Indianapolis, 1990; Alternate delegate to International Convocation, Memphis, 1992; Orlando, 1994; Birmingham, 1995; St. Louis, 1997; Baltimore, 1999, St. Louis, 2003, Orlando 2005.

- Delta Chapter (The University of Texas at Austin), President, 1984 88; Chapter Historian, 1988 89; Delegate to International Convocation, Denver, 1986; New Orleans, 1988

- Omicron Upsilon Chapter (Eastern New Mexico University), President, 1983 84; Delegate to International Convocation, Montreal, 1984

First Class Teacher Induction Pilot Project, University Mentor Teacher, Member of Policy Committee, 1990-1991.

College of Education Minority Mentorship Program, Mentor, 1991 to 1994.

Texas A & M University Mentor Program, Mentor, 1989 to present.












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