(Application Attachment 5)

Instructional Faculty

 

 

Institution:

Lake Superior State University

 

Date:

5 February, 2005

 

Specialty Program:

History

 

Certification/Endorsement CODE:

CC

 

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

HS101

History of World

Civilization I

 

HS102

History of World Civilization II

 

GG201

World  Regional Geography

 

 

 

 

James W.T.Moody

M.A. History, Michigan State University

 

World History

 

Geography

 

Humanities

 

Seminar on Michigan Certification

 

Seminar on “No Child Left Behind”

 

Seminar MEAP update

 

 

HS131

United States History I

 

HS132

United States

History II

 

HS440

Declaration of Independence and the Constitution

Robert M. Money

M.A. University of Michigan

 

Unites States History

 

British History

 

Geography

 

Humanities

 

Seminar on Michigan Certification

 

Seminar on “No Child Left Behind”

 

Seminar MEAP update

 

 

HS496 Research Methods in History

 

HS497 Senior Seminar in History

 

Daniel T. Dorrity

Ph.D., University of Michigan

 

World History

 

European History

 

Political Science

 

Humanities

 

 

Seminar on Michigan Certification

 

Seminar on “No Child Left Behind”

 

Seminar MEAP update

 

 

GG302 Economic Geography

William Osei

Ph.D., University of Western Ontario

 

Geography

Forestry

Energy

Land Use

Nat. Res. Management

Agriculture, Food Security, and Biotechnology

 

 

Seminar on Michigan Certification

 

Seminar on “No Child Left Behind”

 

Seminar MEAP update

 

 

PS 110

Dr. Gary Johnson

 

Ph.D. University of Cincinnati

Political Theory

Methods/Phil Sci

Political Anthro

Internat Relations

Politics and Life Sciences

 

 

 Authored journal article; completing work as journal editor of Politics and the Life Sciences

 

 Distinguished Teaching Award, LSSU, 1998; Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2005

 

TE422 Schacher, Susan Ph.D. Michigan State University - Anthropology Annual Fall Teacher conference for Intermediate School District   Director, River of History Museum.  Director, University Shiga Prefecture Japan Exchange Program 3-year Endowment for the Humanities grant for curriculum and professional development in Social Studies
TE 444

 

Freed, Craig PhD in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies.  Educational Administration, Business Education; Public Administration  3 Years: National Dropout Conference, National Association of  African-American Studies Familiarity with  K-12 Curriculum: Taught secondary Social Studies including economics, world history; taught secondary business education

 

In TE 444 (Social Studies Methods) students must develop lessons and list all state standards met in the lesson; they  also are guided in developing varied assessments for all lessons

 

  Have done several in-services on school law and service-learning in South Dakota; currently assisting in developing an in-service for differentiated learners in Michigan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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