Some recent faculty news and announcements:
* Darlene Russ-Eft and Dr. Susan Goff (CCLP 16) will be giving a presentation at the upcoming Academy of Human Resource Development conference (www.ahrd.org) in Houston, Texas. It is based on Sue’s dissertation and is titled: “Temps at the Top: Factors related to the Appointment of Interim Community College Presidents.”
* Darlene Russ-Eft’s latest book (co-authored with Catherine M. Sleezer and Kavita Gupta), “A Practical Guide to Needs Assessment,” will be available this month.
* Cheridy Aduviri has launched a new blog (Tech’d Out Learning) that explores the role of technology in education. Topics include: hybrid course design, educational apps, uses of ipads in the classroom and more. If you have an interest on the role of technology in education, you can also attend the next Technology Committee meeting (Monday, April 7th at 10 am).
* John Falk has been recently granted membership on the National Academy of Science’s Board on Science Education committee on Out-of-School Time (OST) STEM Learning. Here’s a link to more information on the committee and it’s members.
Three visiting scholars from South Korea will be spending the next year at Oregon State University. They will be putting on two workshops (April and October) about science education in Korea. Here are bios and backgrounds on the three scholars below:
Hyo-Suk Ryu, Post-Doctoral Fellow with the College of Education at Ewha Womans University in Korea
My works have been mainly focused on developing programs and circumstances for secondary students in the formal and informal learning contexts. My dissertation is about the effects of science outreach program based on high school students’ experiences in university laboratory. I also collaborated on the project (called WCU) which is about developing materials and training in-service teachers in order to enhance scientific literacy for the young global citizens at Global Institute for STS education in Korea. My interests also include to boost the awareness and support of the public by expanding the bases of science community and public understanding on science.
- Ewha Womans University (Ph.D. in science education) 2007-2011
- Ewha Womans University (M.Edu. in physics education) 1998-2002
- Ewha Womans University (B.S. in science education) 1993-1997
Young-Shin Park, Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Earth Science Education and Director of the Science Culture Education Center at Chosun University, South Korea
My research interest covers two different tracks; informal science learning as well as formal one. One is about science teaching in formal setting covering teachers’ beliefs and knowledge through induction program as well as teacher preparation program in the context of scientific inquiry and argumentation. I also developed Korea Teacher Observational Protocols (K_TOP) to improve teachers’ teaching strategies on the basis of their teaching practices. The other research interest is about educators’ interacting with visitors in informal setting of science learning, such as how to train science docents to be expertise in their interacting with visitors and how to implement science communication into supplemental educational program and how to analyze science communication embedded in science exhibition. I developed the manual ‘guide for science docent expertise’ in Korean (2012) and the book of ‘introduction to being science educator in science center’ by running professional development program for prospective science educator (2013).
- Oregon State University (Ph.D. in science education) 1998-2005
- Oregon State University (M.S. in science education) 1996-1997
- Seoul National University (B.S. in earth science education) 1987-1991
Jonghee Kim, Associate Professor with the Department of Earth Science Education at Chonnam National University in South Korea
Research Areas & Interests
Earth Science education
- Task Analysis in Earth Science
- Informal science education (science museum)
- ICT education, Computer-assisted science learning
- Special education for the gifted
Resent Research Theme
Development Applications for the Diagnostic & Formative Assessment in the Earth Science Class
Busan National University (Ph. D. in Earth Science Education) 1997- 2003
Busan National University (M.S. in Earth Science Education) 1989-1994
Busan National University (B.S. in Earth Science Education) 1985- 1989
Don’t miss this fantastic discussion with Dr. Nolan Cabrera from the University of Arizona’s College of Education. Click on the flyer below to view a larger version.
College of Education Raffle and Soup-er Lunch:
The raffle will be held on Tuesday, February 25th during our Soup-er Lunch in Furman 411 A from 12-1 PM. Vegetarian soup will be served along with bread. Guests attending are asked to bring a donation and a dessert or side dish to share. Come enjoy a delicious lunch with your co-workers, support a worthy cause, and see who our lucky raffle winners will be!
We are in need of raffle prizes for the event. Please consider donating an item. Your donation is tax deductible! Last year faculty and staff donated baskets of delicious homemade food items, jewelry, and gift cards. You can also ask a local merchant, restaurant, artistic individual, or service provider in our community to donate a gift certificate or item to our cause. They will be recognized on the College of Education website, the OSU Food Drive website, and OSU Today for their generosity. Raffle ticket sales will begin Wednesday, February 12 in Furman 104.
Popcorn and Performance by the Deans:
What is popcorn without a show? This tasty treat will be served at the All- College Meeting on Thursday, March 13, but if 10 College of Education employees sign up for the OSU Food Drive Monthly Payroll Contribution program Randy and Larry will also entertain us with a performance at the beginning of the meeting. Donations can be a little as $5 per month, and forms can be found in your mailbox in Furman 104. The stage is set for an entertaining time with your help
Will You Be Canned This Month?:
If a large Linn Benton Food Share can mysteriously appears in your office, you have been CANNED by the College of Education. Game rules will be attached to the can! The canning begins Wednesday, February 5th. Who will be first?
If you have any questions or wish to help with any of the College of Education 2014 OSU Food Drive Events, please contact Karla or Lynda.
First of all, we want to thank the OSU Pride Center, the panelists & our college’s Cultural & Linguistic Diversity workgroup for organizing this excellent event.
Over 40 people witnessed five panelists discuss their experiences as LGBTQ+ students, teachers and faculty in the K-12 educational system.
Here’s a brief recap using Storify (http://storify.com/OSU_Education):
The College of Education participated in yesterday’s National Day of Service in observation of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s service and legacy, by gathering at College Hill High School for a joint service project.
In total, 19 people volunteered for a total of 53 service hours given to College Hill High School
Here’s a collage of photos from yesterday’s event:
The College of Education is proud to be a co-sponsor of this event with the OSU Pride Center. Come listen to a Pride Panel of LGBTQ students, teachers, and faculty discuss their experiences in the K-12 educational system.
Our goal in partnering on this event is to discuss gender and sexual identity issues in education from both a student and teacher perspective. This is part of our professional development efforts, and we hope everyone leaves with some new resources/ideas for continued professional development.
For more on this topic, please check out this blog post from Teaching Tolerance, who posted an anonymous blog entry from a gay elementary school teacher: The Classroom Closet . He is responding to a district’s screening of the Teaching Tolerance movie Bullied. (We do have a copy in the College of Education if you want to see it.) The blog entry is a moving read with several personal stories in the comments from readers.
For further reading, you can also view these links, courtesy of Teaching Tolerance:
The Classroom Closet: A Pride Panel on Queerness & Education
When: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Time: 5:00pm until 6:30pm
Where: Furman Hall Atrium (4th Floor)
Monday, January 20th, is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and it has been declared a National Day of Service in observation of Dr. King’s service and legacy.
The College of Education will honor Dr. King through a joint service project with College Hill High School students in Corvallis. The principal, volunteer cooridator, and students have identified projects that would help their school for this day of service.
Give back to our local community on Monday, January 20th! Please consider joining us for a shift.
The sign-up link is here: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8v58T80nEz14xr7
College Hill High School is located at 510 NW 31st Street in Corvallis.
If you have any questions, please contact Allyson Dean.
From all of us at the College of Education, we wish everyone the very best wishes for a safe and happy New Year!
Thanks to Zina Bell, a sophomore at Corvallis High School, who created this beautiful graphic for us!
The College of Education’s 2014-2015 Scholarship and Fellowship application has now been posted: http://education.oregonstate.edu/college-education-2014-2015-scholarship-application.
Here is a tentative list of the scholarships available:
Karen and Sarah Graves Memorial Scholarship
Denabelle Linville Scholarship
Arizona Sawyers Scholarship
Herman & Lois Miller Scholarship
Teacher Education Scholarship
College of Education Scholarship
Janet & Ron May Merit Scholarship
Matthew & Francis Kralj Scholarship
Judith Hatch Memorial Scholarship
Matilda Thorgaard Hawaiian Education Scholarship
Warren N & Carlene K Suzuki Memorial Scholarship
Milosh & Jeanne Popovich Scholarship
Helen Kruchek ’40 Endowed Scholarship
Warren Suzuki Legacy Scholarship
Forrest Gathercoal Memorial Scholarship
Rieke & Chaplin Memorial Scholarship
Elwood J Keema Fellowship Award
Clayton K Dart Memorial Fellowship Award
Jacquelin Springer Burrill Graduate Fellowship Award
Scott D Henderson Memorial Fellowship Award
Fred K Thompson Memorial Fellowship Award
Ella P Hill and William W Hern Scholarship
Stanley E Williamson Memorial Scholarship
Fred W Fox Scholarship in Science Education
Science and Mathematics Education Fellowship Award
Maggie Niess Scholarship in Math Education
S David and Carol R Eves Scholarship
Visit our Education Scholarships and Fellowships page for more details and you can also view this downloadable list of College of Education Scholarships and Fellowships.