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Mary L Crow

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[Crow, Mary L]
  • Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Biography

Mary Lynn Crow is a licensed clinical psychologist in addition to being a Professor of Education. She has been at the University of Texas at Arlington for several decades during which time she has won each of the university’s major teaching awards. Along with Allan Saxe, she was one of the first two recipients of the AMOCO Outstanding Teacher Award at UTA (now called the Chancellor’s Council Award for Excellence in Teaching). It was the first award presented at UTA for outstanding teaching. She is also a Piper Professor of Texas and a member of the UTA Academy of Distinguished Teachers. While at UTA she has served as Director of UTA’s Faculty Development Resource Center which was the first center in Texas and one of the first five in the country devoted to improving instruction at the university level. While heading that center, she served as the international President of the Association composed of leaders of faculty and instructional developmentcenters at colleges and universities. She has also served as Interim Dean of the College of Education. Prior to coming to UTA, Dr. Crow was a teacher and guidance counselor in the public schools and was the Romper Room Teacher on the Romper Room International Television Kindergarten. In 2009, Dr. Crow was named an inaugural recipient of the University of Texas System Regents’ Oustanding Teaching Award. In 2013, she was named an inaugural member of the UT System Academy of Distinguished Teachers, one of the only 12 professors in the UT System and the only professional educator.

Visit my website: http://www.uta.edu/faculty/mlcrow/

Professional Preparation

    • 1970 Ph.D. in Counseling and Personnel AdministrationUniversity of North Texas
    • 1967 M.Ed. in Guidance and CounselingTexas Christian University (TCU)
    • 1956 Speech/Communication/DramaTexas Christian University (TCU)

Appointments

    • Dec 2077 to Present Assistant/Associate Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 1978 to Present Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Jan 2011 to Jan 2013 Director
      University of Texas - Arlington
    • Jan 1995 to Jan 1997 Interim Director
      Center for Professional Teacher Education
    • Jan 1969 to Jan 1970 Instructor
      University of Texas at Arlington

Other Activities

    • Additional Information
      • 2015 Mental Health for Teachers modules
      • 2015 Mental and emotional health and potential suicide
      • Additional Information
        • 2016 Little Orang Book Discussion Group

Research and Expertise

  • Teaching Related Expertise

    Instructional Strategies for all Levels including the University level
    Educational and Developmental Psychology
    Gifted and Talented Education
    Counseling

    Active Learning

Publications

      Journal Article 2016
      • Crow,M.L. and Pant, M.D.(2016) Twenty-Six Years of Changes in Education Students' Attitudes, Journal of Education and Social Policy, Vol. 2, No. 5, January 31,2016

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      Journal Article 2015
      • Crow, M.L., & Nelson, L.(2015). The Effects of Using Role-play in a Teacher Education Service Learning Course , International Journal of Role-playing,Vol.1, issue 5, pre-layout version online at : http://journalofroleplaying.org.Vol1 Issue 5, 19 pages, http://journalofroleplaying.org

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      2015
      • Nelson, L.P., Crow, M.L. and Tice,K. (2015) Strategies to Increase Preservice Teachers' Efficacy in a Service-Learning Course, International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement. Vol. 3, issue 1.

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      2015
      • Crow, M.L & Nelson, L.P (2015) The Effects of Using Role-Play in a Teacher Education Course, Revista Narrativa. , Vol 2 pp. 98-113.

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      Book Chapter 2015
      • Crow, M.L "Creating a Safe Zone in the University Classroom, The Little Orange Book, published by University of Texas System Press

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      2015
      • Crow, M.L. "To Group or not to group", The Little Orange Book, published by University of Texas System Press

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      2015
      • Crow, M.L. "Hard on Standards, Soft on Students", The Little Orange Book, published by Univeristy of Texas 
        System Press

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      Journal Article 2014
      • Nelson, L., & Crow, M.L. (2014). Active Learning Strategies and It's Effect on PETE vs. Athletic-Training Students. Peer-reviewed Abstracts, Research Quarterly Excercise and Sport, 85: Sup 1, A

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      2014
      • Nelson, L., & Crow, M.L. (2014). Do Active-Learning Strategies Improve Students' Critical Thinking? Higher Education Studies, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 77-90.

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      Book 2011
      • Crow, M. L. (1976). Faculty development in southern universities. Atlanta: Southern Regional Education Board.

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      2011
      • Crow, M. L. (1977). Teaching on television. Arlington, TX: The University of Texas at Arlington Press.

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      Book Chapter 2011
      • Crow, M. L. (1981). Institutional climate inventory. In W. H. Bergquist, & S.R. Phillips (Eds.), A handbook for faculty development: Vol. 3 (pp. 196-202).  Washington, D.C.: Council of Independent Colleges.

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      Journal Article 2011
      • Priddy, K.D. & Crow, M.L. (2011) Clinical Imagination: Dynamic case studies using an attribute listing matrix. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(10), 591-594

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      Book 2009
      • Hirtle, J. S., & Crow, M. L. (2009). Surviving the storm: Educating children after natural disasters. Olney, MD: Association of Childhood Education International.
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      2009
      • Crow, M. L. (2009). Book on Counseling. Sage/Corwin Publishing.
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      2009
      • Crow, M. L. & Hirtle, J. (2009). Reaching Out: A Resource Guide using Bibliotherapy for Teachers and School Counselors Working with Traumatized Children ( Working Title).
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      Journal Article 2009
      • Crow, M. L. (2009). A new look at hostile work places. The Society of Women Engineers, Winter 2009, 30-35.
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      Journal Article 2008
      • Crow, M. L. (2008). Attribute Listing and Creative Thinking. Edited by J Rhem. National Teaching and Learning Forum.
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      2008
      • Crow, M. L. (2008). Bridging Analytical Thinking to Creativity. National Teaching and Learning Forum Website( www.NTLF.com).
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      2008
      • Crow, M. L. (2008). Meeting the Minds of Psychologists. Psychology of Women, Quarterly.
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      2008
      • Boulware, B. J. & Crow, M. L. (2008, March). Utilizing the concept attainment strategy to enhance reading comprehension. The Reading Teacher, 61(6), 491-495.
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      Journal Article 2007
      • Kids, Divorce, and School Success
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      Journal Article 2006
      • Crow, M. L., & Stein, A. (2006). Differential gifted and talented curriculum: The Civil Rights Movement: A look into discrimination.
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      Journal Article 2005
      • What is a Psycholgist?
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      2005
      • The Psychological Aftermath of Katrina
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      2005
      • Communicating with Traumatized children
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      Journal Article 2004
      • Crow, M. L., Gerlach, J.M., & Yilla, A. (2004). Survival tips for deans of education. Women in Higher Education, 13(10).
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      Journal Article 2001
      • Guidelines for Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay, and bisexual clients
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      Journal Article 2000
      • Identification and Serving the Gifted at Risk
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      Book Chapter 1999
      • “Gifted/Talented Students in Texas Schools”, chapter in 8th Edition of Education in Texas. 15 pages. 1999.
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      1999
      • Crow, M. L. (1999). Gifted/talented students in Texas schools. In C. H. Funkhouser (Ed.), Education in Texas: Policies, practices, and perspectives (9th Edition).  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
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      Journal Article 1992
      • Crow, M.L, & Young, T.A. (1992). Using dialoguejournals to help students deal with their problems. The Clearing House, 65(5), 307-310.
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      1992
      • “Dialogue Journals: Responding to Sensitive Issues”, The Clearing House, 65, 5, June 1992, pp. 307-310.
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      Journal Article 1990
      • Crow, M. L. (1990, Fall). Dialogue journals: Responding to sensitive issues. Contemporary Issues in Reading.
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      Book Chapter 1990
      • Crow, M. L. (1990). Authoritarian teachers. In T. McQueen (Ed.), Essentials of classroom management and discipline. New York: HarperCollins.
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      1990
      • “Authoritarian Teachers”, chapter in Theona McQueen, Essentials of Classroom Discipline, Scott, Foresman & Co., 1990.
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      Journal Article 1987
      • Crow, M. L. (1987). Mid-Life Crisis: A Growth Opportunity for Women Educators. The Clearing House, 60(9), 413-415.
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      Journal Article 1985
      • Crow, M. L. (1985). The Female Educator at Mid-Life. Phi Delta Kappan, 67(4), 281-284.
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      1985
      • “The Female Educator at Mid-Life”, Phi Delta Kappan, Volume 67, No. 4, December 1985, pp. 281-284.
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      Journal Article 1984
      • “Mid-Life Crisis in Working Females”, Women and Work 1984 Symposium Executive Summary, The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, May 3, 1984
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      Journal Article 1983
      • Crow, M. L. (1983). Morale maladies in American and foreign higher education: The faculty flameout diagnosis. Texas Tech Journal of Education,10(2), 101-113.
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      1983
      • Crow, M. L. (1983). A practical handbook for college teachers. The Journal of Staff, Programs, and Organizational Developments, 1(4).
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      Book Chapter 1981
      • “Institutional Climate Inventory”, chapter in A Handbook for Faculty Development, Volume 3, by William H. Bergquist and Steven R. Phillips, Washington, D.C.: Council of Independent Colleges, 1981, pp. 196-202.
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      Journal Article 1980
      • Crow, M. L. (1980). Faculty morale in higher education. Journal of Teacher Education, 31(2), 27-30.
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      Book Chapter 1980
      • Crow, M. L. (1980). Teaching as an interactive process. In K. E. Eble (Ed.), New directions for teaching and learning: Improving teaching styles (pp. 41-55). San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, Inc.
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      Book Chapter 1979
      • Crow, M. L. (1979). Programs for faculty development. In Improving Undergraduate Education in the South (pp. 21-26). Atlanta: Southern Regional Education Board.
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      Journal Article 1978
      • Crow, M. L., Bromley, D.G., & Gibson, M.S. (1978). Grade inflation: Trends, causes and implications. Phi Delta Kappan, 59(10), 694-697.
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      Book Chapter 1977
      • Crow, M. L. (1977). Motivating engineering faculty. 1977 College Industry Education Conference Proceedings (pp. 222-227). Washington, D.C.: American Association for Engineering Education.
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      Journal Article 1976
      • Crow, M. L. (1976). Faculty development: What’s in a name? Faculty Development and Evaluation in Higher Education, 2(1), 3-6.
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      1976
      • Crow, M. L. (1976). Sex-role stereotyping is alive and well in sixth graders. The Elementary School Journal, 76(6), 359-364.
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      Book 1976
      • Crow, M. L. (1976). Authoritarians in education. The Yeshiva Educator’s Notebook.
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      Journal Article 1975
      • Crow, M. L. (1975). Recognizing the authoritarian personality syndrome in educators. Phi Delta Kappan, 57(1), 40-44.
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      Journal Article 1971
      • Crow, M. L. (1971). A comparison of three group counseling techniques with sixth graders. Elementary School Guidance and Counseling Journal, 6(1), 37-42.
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      Book 1969
      • Crow, M. L. (1969). Guidance: Guidelines from kindergarten through college. Wolfe City, TX: Henington Publishing Company.
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      Journal Article Published
      • Crow, M.L., and Nelson,L.(2015). The Effects of Using Role-Play in a Teacher Education Service Learning Course, International Journal of Role-Playing,Vol. 1 Issue 5, pre-layout version online at: http://journalofroleplaying.org,Vol.1Issue 5,19 pages. http://journalofreoleplaying.org

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Presentations

    • March  2016
      Adolescent Gender Dysphoria

      American Counseling Association, Montréal, QC, Canada, under review.

    • January  2016
      Fifteen Points to Consider to be Ethical and Avoid the Potential Abuse of Transgender School Children and Adolescents.

      APA’s newest position on Gender and Sexual Orientation Diversity in Children and Adolescents in Schools, Dallas, Texas, Referred.

    • November  2015
      Adolescent Gender Dysphoria - A Case Study

      2015 TPA Convention, San Antonio, TX, Referred.

    • October  2015
      Twenty-Six Years of Changes in Education Students' Attitudes

      Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education, Dallas TX, Referred.

    • February  2015
      Advocacy by Empathy

      TX, Association of Counselor Educators, Austin, TX, Referred.

    • September  2014
      Active Learning Strategies and It's Effect on PETE vs. Atheltic-Training Student.

      American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, St. Louis, MO, Refereed.

    • August  2014
      The Importance of Day 1

      A seminar for all UTA faculty and TA's, Invited.

    • July  2014
      Lecturing Workshop for all UTA faculty

      Workshop presentation, Invited.

    • June  2014
      Bloom's Taxonomy Applied to Active Learning Strategies.

      For all UTA faculty and TA's, Invited.

    • April  2014
      Understanding Preparation for Service-Learning experiences in Teacher Education.

      AERA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.

    • March  2014
      The Importance of Day 1 for large University Courses.

      For all UTA faculty, Invited.

    • July  2013
      Using Inquiry Based Learning in Math courses.

      UT System Conference on IBL for UT System Math Professors, Austin Texas.

    • October  2012
      Engaging Students in a Service Learning Course thorugh the use of Active Learining Strategies

      Engaging Students, UTA Provost's office

    • April  2011
      Strategies for Handling Controversial Topics in Psychology
      Southwest Teachers of Psychology, Annual Conference
    • March  2011
      Eriksonian Developmental Texas Theory Applied to Children through Adolescence
      PCAT, San Antonio, Texas.
    • October  2010
      The Abuse of Parental Divorce: A Case Presentation
      10th Annual Partners in Prevention Conference. Texas Department of Family & Protective Services.
    • April  2010
      Using a Matrix to Teach Psychology.
      Southwest Teachers of Psychology, Annual Conference.
    • March  2010
      The Importance of Day One
      UTA for all faculty
    • February  2010
      The Abuse of Parental Divorce: A Case Presentation
      24th Annual Conference on Child Abuse
    • January  2010
      Abuse by Parental Divorce. In . Dallas, TX: Prevent Child Abuse. Annual Conference
    • March  2009
      Everything old is new again
      Southern Regional Faculty and Instructional Development Consortium. Louisville, Kentucky.
    • November  2008
      Advanced Instructional Strategies for teaching Psychology.
      Southwest Teachers of Psychology. Fort Worth, TX,
    • October  2008
      Encouraging Creativity and the Utilization of Problem Solving Skills.
      Eastfield College. Mesquite, TX.
    • August  2008
      Listening to Life.
      Fort Worth Area Psychological Association. Fort Worth Community Arts centre, TX
    • August  2008
      The Nature of Creative Experience
      Fort Worth Area Psychological Association. Fort Worth , TX
    • August  2008
      Welcome to your Future as Educators: You be the one..
      Texas Association of Future Educators,. Arlington, TX.
    • January  2008
      UTA Bluebonnet National Writing Project
      Author of Articles for Helping Kids Cope Kit
    • January  2008
      Active Learning through Role Playing in the University Journalism Classroom. National Society for Professional Journalism eith Jones, WA,DC. December 2008.
    • January  2008
      Advanced Instructional Strategies for Teaching Psychology. Southwest Teachers of Psychology, Texas. 7 November 2008.
    • January  2008
      Welcome to your Future as Educators: You be the One. Texas Association of Future Educators, Arlington, TX. 28 October 2008.
    • January  2008
      Encouraging Creativity and the Utilization of Problem Solving SKills. Eastfield College, Mesquite, TX. 14 October 2008.
    • January  2008
      The Nature of the Creative Experience. Fort Worth, TX. 22 August 2008. Sponsored by Fort Worth Area Psychological Association ( CEU for Psychologists)
    • January  2008
      Listening to Life. Fort Worth Community Arts Centre, TX. 8 August 2008. Sponsored by FWAPA
    • January  2007
      Meeting of the Minds: A One Book Event on Power
      The University of Texas Arlington Brown Bag Conversations Lecture Series, Arlington, TX.
    • November  2006
      Active learning strategies for teachers of psychology: A threehour workshop.
      Texas Psychological Association annual meeting, Dallas, TX.
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      Engaging Students in a Service Learning Course through the use of Active Learning Strategies.

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      A seminar for all UTA faculty and TA's

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Courses

      • ELED 5317-001 THEORIES OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING

        Human growth and development, including developmental anomalies, from birth through middle childhood with emphasis on cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth. Attention is given to current research regarding establishment of learning environments that foster development of the child's self-concept, cognitive competencies, oral language and literacy development, and positive social behaviors including appreciation of diversity among individuals and groups.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • EDML 4300-001 PRE-ADOLESCENT/ADOLESCENT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

        Prerequisite to subsequent courses in teacher education. Physical, social, emotional, and cognitive growth patterns from emphasizing familial, cultural, societal, and genetic determinants of behavior. Topics include the following: developmental characteristics of pre-adolescents/ adolescents including exceptional learners and students with special needs, a variety of disabilities (Learning Disabled, Emotionally Disabled, Behavior Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, etc.), the creation and purpose of Individual Education Plans, concepts, and forms, as well as the IDEA law, its application and ethical considerations. The course also includes a field component.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • ELED 5317-001 THEORIES OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING

        This course covers the human growth and development of children focusing on children between ages 4 and about 12. It covers the developmental stages of cognitive, mental, emotional, physical and moral growth along with the characteristics of children at each age and grade level.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 6182-001 Doctoral Research and Teaching Colloquium

        This course is designed to prepare doctoral-level candidates in UTA's COBA for their role as college teachers. Course content will include syllabus preparation, constructing student learning outcomes, and planning lessons for individual classes; learning a variety of instructional methods indluding active-learning, non-lecture strategies for both large and small classes; preparing tests and assigning grades; meeting classes for the first time; and working with all kinds of students, student problems, and problem students.

        Summer - Intersession - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • MANA 6382-001 Doctoral Research and Teaching Colloquium

        This course is designed to prepare doctoral-level candidates in UTA's COBA for their role as college teachers. Course content will include syllabus preparation, constructing student learning outcomes, and planning lessons for individual classes; learning a variety of instructional methods indluding active-learning, non-lecture strategies for both large and small classes; preparing tests and assigning grades; meeting classes for the first time; and working with all kinds of students, student problems, and problem students.

        Summer - Intersession - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • ECED 5317-001 Theories of Child Development and Learning
        Examination of the relationship between major theories and principles of cognitive, socio-emotional, and psychomotor development and EC-6 student learning and behavior in the classroom. Emphasis on environmental and cultural influences on children's development and learning, prenatal through age 12.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 20111 Link
      • EDUC 4352-004 Teaching Diverse Populations
        An overview course that focuses on effective instruction, assessment, and management strategies for working in diverse educational settings. Designed to provide increased self-awareness and insight into issues of diversity such as culture, ethnicity, exceptionality, gender, language, religion, and socioeconomic status. This course involves a two-hour lecture and two-hour of application of lecture/ theory. The two-hour application of lecture/theory will require students to spend time in a K-12 classroom.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 20111 Link
      • EDUC 5309-001 ADVANCED INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
        A study of advanced models of teaching including concept attainment, inductive thinking, inquiry, case
        study, role play, take-a-stand, synectics, scamper, simulation games, etc. Published research on the
        effectiveness of the models as well as classroom demonstrations of the models will be required.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 20111 Link
      • ECED 4317-006 Growth Development and Learning Theory
        This required prerequisite course focuses on an understanding of the physical, social, emotional, cognitive,and moral growth patterns of children and pre-adolescents. Teachers who understand children and their development can more effectively plan and implement appropriate learning experiences, as well as manage classrooms.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • EDUC 5373-001 Creativity: Theories, Models, and Application
        No Description Provided.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • EDUC 5372-001 Methods, Material and Curriculum for the Gifted and Talented Children
        No Description Provided.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • EDUC 5309-001 ADVANCED INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
        No Description Provided.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • EDUC 5374-001 Practicum/Field Experience for Gifted Education
        No Description Provided.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2009

Other Service Activities

  • Uncategorized
    • Dec  Professional Memberships

      American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education-UTA Institutional Representative
      Association of Higher Education (TAGER), Board of Governors

      Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD)
      Network:
      Honorary Life Membership
      Executive Director (President)
      Editorial Board for POD Quarterly
      Core Committee (Board of Directors)

      American Psychological Association:
      Private Practice Division
      Educational Psychology Division
      Psychology of Women Division
      American Personnel and Guidance Association
      Texas Psychological Association

      Fort Worth Area Psychological Association (formerly Tarrant County Psychological Association):
      Executive Committee
      Editor of Newsletter
      President-Elect
      President

      Texas Personnel and Guidance Association:
      Chapter Coordinator for Texas
      Board of Directors
      Executive Council
      North Central Texas Personnel and Guidance Association:
      Board Member
      President
      Program Chairwoman
      American School Counselors Association
      Texas School Counselors Association
      American Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
      Texas Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors

      Texas Association of Teacher Education:
      State Membership Committee

      Texas Society of College Teachers of Education
      Texas State Teachers Association

      Texas Association of College Teachers:
      Executive Committee, UTA Chapter
      State Membership Committee
      President, UTA Chapter
      First Vice President, UTA Chapter

      American Association of Higher Education
      Delta Kappa Gamma (Iota Lambda Chapter)
      Phi Delta Kappa

    • Dec  UTA Service

       Faculty Senate, Executive Committee

      President's Advisory Committee

      Academy of Distinguished Teachers, Chair

      Committee on Active Learning

       Dean's Advisory Group – 2003-2008 (Elected)
      Chair, Promotion & Tenure Committee, 2002 through 2008 
      Chair, Teacher Awards Committee, 2003-2004
      Chair, C & I Faculty Handbook Committee, 2003-2004
      Coordinator & Presenter, Social Work Teaching Academy, 2003-2004
      COBA 1-Day Seminar on Lecture Presentation and Delivery, 2002 through 2008 
      Chair – SOE Faculty Assembly
      C & I Search Committee for Chair
      C & I Student Grievance Committee
      Dean's Cabinet
      Presenter, Doctoral Students' Orientation, COBA
      Associate Dean's Search Committee - COEd
      Post-Tenure Review Committee –COEd
      Counseling Master's Degree Planning Committee
      NCATE Steering Committee
      Dean's Review Committee – COEd
      UTA Committee on Mission and Purpose
      UTA, Designer of UTA Instrument to Evaluate Faculty Instruction
      CPTE Promotion and Tenure Committee - Chair
      CPTE Search Committee - Chair
      CPTE AMOCO/Piper Selection Committee - Chair
      CPTE Continuation Committee
      CPTE Teacher Education Council
      CPTE Education Advisory Council
      UTA Planning Committee (formerly Futures Research and Development Committee)
      UTA Self-Study on Mission
      UTA Long-Range Planning Committee - Chair
      UTA Association of Academic Department Chairs
      UTA Committee to Plan Charrette
      University Planning Commission - a working group, meets weekly UTA AMOCO/Piper Selection Committee
      CPTE Multicultural Committee (Designer of Research Instruments)
      Chair, UTA By Laws Revision Committee of the Undergraduate Assembly
      Appointed by President Nedderman Chair, University AMOCO (Chancellor's Council)/Piper Professor Selection Committee
      Faculty Senate, Elected Member Secretary of Senate
      Chair, Student Liaison Committee S
      pecial UTA Committee to Study Undergraduate Advising, appointed by President Nedderman
      Undergraduate Assembly, Elected Member
      Chair/Member CPTE Promotion and Tenure Committee
      CPTE Continuation Committee
      CPTE Faculty Search Committee
      Teacher Education Council
      Advisory Council, UTA LCTEC
      Research Enhancement Committee
      Phi Delta Kappa, UTA/Mid Cities Chapter, Membership
      Outreach Committee
      Honorary UTA Women's Basketball Coach

    • Dec  Community Service