(Application Attachment 5)

Instructional Faculty

 

 

Institution:

Lake Superior State University

 

Date:

5 February 2005

 

Specialty Program:

English

 

Certification/Endorsement CODE:

BA

 

Please include all faculty teaching the courses shown on the Summary of Course Requirements for Specialty Program (Application Attachment 3), including those who may be temporary or non-tenure stream. 

Courses

Faculty Member

Highest

Degree in this Specialty Area, Indicating

Study Focus and Research Area

Professional Development Experience in the Last

3 Years

Familiarity with

K-12 Curriculum

Framework and

MEAP Assessment

Special Awards and Recognition

P-12 Collaborative Work

EN180

EN221

EN231

EN232

EN233

EN234

EN340

EN401

EN407

EN421

EN433

EN490

Eric Gadzinski

Ph.D  American Literature,

Medieval Literature

Publications and Presentations

Some Middle School Language Arts teaching experience

Winner, Lake Superior Writers Poetry Award, 2003

None

EN180   

EN310

EN320

EN340

James Zukowski

Ph.D. Rhetoric and Composition, Poetry,

17th C. Literaturre

MFA completed 2004

 

None

None

None

EN180

EN222

EN232

EN235

EN236

EN335

EN410

EN420

EN490

Amie Doughty

PhD American Literature, Native American Literature, Folklore, Children’s Literature, Applied Linguistics

Publications and presentations

None

None

None

EN180

EN221

EN231

EN232

EN235

EN340

EN407

EN421

EN433

Mathew Pifer

PhD American Literature, Native American Literature, Technical Writing

Publications and presentations

None

None

None

EN231

EN232

EN233

EN234

EN236

EN320

EN340

EN401

EN402

EN403

EN433

TE441

Polly S. Fields

PhD Renaissance Literature, 18th C Literature, Composition

Publications, presentation, Post-Doctoral Fellowships

 

Secondary School teaching experience

LSSU Distinguished Scholar Award, 2002

None

 

 

 

EN180

EN222

EN231

EN232

EN233

EN234

EN405

EN406

EN421

EN433

Diana Pingatore

PhD American Literature, Composition, Women’s Literature

Publications and presentations, Honors Program Coordinator

None

 

None

None

TE 441 Paulette Attie PH.D Minor, 18th Century English Literature
a. attendance at InTel's Teach to the Future trainer program, SUNY, Oswego, 2003
b. Praxis 3 Assessor Training and Recalibration for evaluating First -Year Teachers, Ohio Departrment of Education, Spring, 2004
a. Teach Secondary Methods Classes with emphases on Content Standards and Benchmarks in Michigan.
b.  Former high school English Teacher

 

Toledo Public Schools' Intern Program Consultant 1994-1999
a.Collaboration with Intermediate School District in teaching Pre-service teachers about Microsoft Classroom Server
 
b.  Student Teaching Internship Professor of Record - Orientation and assessment training of area mentor teachers and LSSU University Supervisors
 
TE411 Jennifer McIntyre

M. Ed. in Curriculum with several courses in Reading, Reading Research and Language

 

Ed.D. with a focus on teaching and learning

 

Attended workshop at EUPISD on technology

Worked on refining courses  to assist students in meeting ELSMTs

 

Have incorporated use of framework into classes

have taken classes to EUPISD to work with Michelle Ribant on Mi Climb

and MEAP

 

 

Anchor Award from  LSSU student association (2004)

Norman S. Currie Award for Teacher Excellence (1988)

Florence Henderson Doctoral Scholarship (1992)

 

Worked collaboratively with associate teachers for interns that I supervised

-work extensively with Dr. Garrett to develop Science Methods course

- worked with Michelle Ribant EUP Science Center Director to include technology in Science Course