of 29
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.

CURRICULUM VITAE. Dr. Deborah Gober Professor of Mathematics Education Updated August PDF

Category:

Internet & Technology

Publish on:

Views: 6 | Pages: 29

Extension: PDF | Download: 0

Share
Description
CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. Deborah Gober Professor of Mathematics Education Updated August 2016 PERSONAL INFORMATION Deborah Ann Gober Professor of Mathematics Education Co-director, UTeach Columbus Business
Transcript
CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. Deborah Gober Professor of Mathematics Education Updated August 2016 PERSONAL INFORMATION Deborah Ann Gober Professor of Mathematics Education Co-director, UTeach Columbus Business Address: Home Address: Columbus State University 7004 Stoneridge Circle 4225 University Avenue Columbus, Georgia Columbus, Georgia Phone: (706) Office: Jordan Hall 302 Phone: (706) Fax: (706) EDUCATION 1998 Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA Dissertation: Four Preservice Secondary Mathematics Teachers and the Complexities of Gender-Equitable Instruction 1993 M.A. in Mathematics Secondary Education, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 1982 B.A. in Mathematics Secondary Education, Magna cum laude, Asbury College, Wilmore, KY ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS/PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCES 2013-present Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship Program Director Responsibilities include coordinating the development, implementation, and evaluation of the CSU Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship Program; collaborating with other Georgia Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship sites on various aspects of the program; providing oversight for class scheduling, recruitment, admission, and advising of students; and serving as program liaison to facilitate internal and external communication. The program director conducts 1 meetings with various stakeholders; administers university and college policies and procedures; provides academic leadership for the program; seeks resolutions to conflicts or problems that arise; and advocates to the deans for program needs present 2007-present Sept.-Dec Co-Director, UTeach Columbus Responsibilities include teaching one UTeach course each semester and collaborating with COLS co-director on oversight of UTeach Columbus program for math and science education majors. Co-directors oversee development and approval of UTeach courses and programs; administration of budget and resources allocations; class scheduling; recruitment, admission, and advising of students; allocation of space; and internal and external communication. Co-directors conduct UTeach Columbus meetings; administer university and college policies and procedures; supervise and evaluate faculty and staff; provide academic leadership for UTeach Columbus; seek resolutions to conflicts or problems that arise; and advocate to the deans for program needs. Professor of Mathematics Education Interim Associate Dean, College of Education and Health Professions NCATE/PSC Coordinator Responsibilities include: Developing the PSC/NCATE continuing approval review web site Writing portions of and editing the Institutional Report and Addendum submitted to NCATE and PSC Writing the Continuing Approval Reports for the online MAT Secondary Math and Science program and Secondary Math Education programs Overseeing the writing of Continuing Approval Reports for all educator preparation programs Editing and writing revisions to the Conceptual Framework Designing and organizing the NCATE/PSC Exhibit Room Organizing and preparing for the NCATE/PSC visit Overseeing work of Standing Committees Writing Annual NCATE Report ; Department Chair, Teacher Education Responsibilities include overseeing and administering the budget and resource allocations; overseeing routine departmental matters such as scheduling classes, admitting students, allocating space, 2 managing internal and external communication, and conducting department meetings; administering university and college policies and procedures; advising students; supervising and evaluating faculty and staff; providing academic leadership for the various programs in the department; seeking resolutions to conflicts or problems that arise; and advocating to the dean for departmental needs Interim Associate Dean, College of Education and Health Professions - Responsibilities include collaborating with the dean on college matters such as budget and resource allocations; providing guidance to department chairs on departmental matters such as Standards of Excellence, faculty workloads, class scheduling, admitting students, allocating space, managing internal and external communication; administering university and college policies and procedures; providing academic leadership for the various programs in the college; seeking resolutions to conflicts or problems that arise; and advocating to the dean for college needs Interim Department Chair, Teacher Education Responsibilities include overseeing and administering the budget and resource allocations; overseeing routine departmental matters such as scheduling classes, admitting students, allocating space, managing internal and external communication, and conducting department meetings; administering university and college policies and procedures; advising students; supervising and evaluating faculty and staff; providing academic leadership for the various programs in the department; seeking resolutions to conflicts or problems that arise; and advocating to the dean for departmental needs Associate Professor of Mathematics Education Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia. Responsibilities include teaching middle grades and secondary mathematics methods courses; supervising practicum students and student teachers; advising middle grades and secondary education majors; serving as mathematics education program coordinator; sponsoring the Mathematics Education Student Association; working with the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative to provide professional development opportunities for K-12 mathematics teachers; and serving on various college and university committees. 3 Graduate assistant, Mathematics Education Department, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Responsibilities included teaching mathematics content courses for elementary education majors; assisting in mathematics education methods courses for elementary, middle school, and secondary education majors; teaching a mathematics education course for secondary education majors; supervising students teachers; and serving as a research assistant on the NSF project Integrating Gender Equity and Reform Graduate teaching assistant, Mathematics Department, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC. Responsibilities included teaching a college algebra course ; Mathematics Teacher, Freedom High School, Burke County School District, Morganton, NC AREAS OF SPECIAL INTEREST My current research interests revolve around our STEM initiatives at CSU (e.g., Noyce, UTeach, and Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship). I am interested in learning more about the reasons that students choose STEM teaching as a career and factors that influence their retention in and graduation from STEM teacher preparation programs. I am also interested in equity issues and the integration of technology to enhance teaching and learning. MEMBERSHIP Phi Kappa Phi, (Spring 2007-present) Georgia Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (Fall 2005-present) National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (1994-present) Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (January 2000-present) Professional Association of Georgia Educators (January 1999-present) Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (1995-present), Vice President of Constitution and Policies (October October 2011). National Council for Supervisors of Mathematics ( ) Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, ( ) Chattahoochee Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Vice-President (Fall 2001-Spring 2003); member (Fall 2001-Spring 2005). 4 Georgia Coalition of Science, Technology, and Mathematics Education Advisory Council ( ). SERVICE TO COMMUNITY AND PROFESSION Volunteer at Math Masters Competition, Columbus State University, February 6, External reviewer, Promotion with Tenure Application of Dr. Patrick McGuire, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, October Noyce Scholar Mentor, (Mentee: Andrea Nelson), Columbus State University, August 2015-May Represented UTeach Columbus at Freshman Orientations and Discovery Days, June 26, July 21, July 29, October 10, Reviewed speaker proposals for Georgia Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, June Represented graduate math education programs at Graduate Discovery Day, Columbus State University, February 21, Volunteer at Math Masters Competition, Columbus State University, January 24, Represented graduate math education programs at Graduate Finale, Columbus State University, September 24-25, Represented graduate math education programs at Graduate School Expo, Columbus State University, February 20, 2014; November 22, Noyce Scholar Mentor, (Mentee: Andrea Nelson), Columbus State University, August 2014-May Master Teacher, Math Masters Competition, Columbus State University, January 25, Talked to new students about UTeach, Freshman Orientation, Columbus State University, January 9, External reviewer of promotion materials for Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at University of Texas of the Permian Basin, January Volunteer, Math and Science Family Night, Brewer Elementary, November 21, MCSD Governor s Honors Program interviewer, St. Elmo Center, November 18, Coordinated UTeach Exhibits, Greater Columbus Fair, October 15, Represented UTeach Columbus at Discovery Day, September 21, New faculty mentor (Anna Wan), Volunteer at Math Masters Competition, April 27, 2013, Columbus State University. Science Olympiad Volunteer, Columbus State University, February 23, Represented UTeach Columbus at Georgia Perimeter College Education Fair, Georgia Perimeter College, February 22, Hosted Girls Adventures in STEM Workshop, Columbus State University, February 7, Represented UTeach Columbus at Future Educators Association 2012 Fall Conference, Macon State College, October 23, Represented UTeach Columbus at Freshman Orientation, June 21, July 19, Represented UTeach Columbus at CSU Day at the Capitol, Atlanta, GA, January 31, Represented UTeach Columbus and Teacher Education at CSU Visitation Days, February 25, April 21, Visited Teacher Cadet class to provide information on UTeach Columbus, Harris County High School, December 12, Volunteer at CSU Graduate Expo, October 29, Volunteer at Taste of Tech College and Career Fair, Henry County, October 27, Volunteer at Georgia STEM Festival, Gwinett County, October 14, Volunteer at Math and Science Day, New Mountain Hill Elementary School, Taught math demonstration lesson for 3 rd graders, May 5, Tutored 8 th -grade boy in mathematics, January-April, 2010 Worked as a volunteer at the annual CSU Mathematics Tournament, Columbus State University, February 27, Helped with CSU Visitation Day, November 21, Helped with CSU Visitation Days, November 2008, January 2009, March Mentor for 1 first- year math teacher, CSU s Sustained Teacher Education Advisement for the Defining Years (STEADY) program, August 2008-May Volunteer worker at CRMC Math Day for Special Education Students, Columbus State University, November 7, Becoming a Teacher. Presentation to teacher cadet class at Jordan High School, August 15, Literacy Program. Read to Pre-K students at Muscogee Elementary School once a week. Spring Mentor for 11 first- or second-year math teachers, CSU s Sustained Teacher Education Advisement for the Defining Years (STEADY) program, August 2007-May Helped edit the conference proceedings for the Georgia Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Conference, Fall Comprehensive Program Review Panel Member, CSU Mathematics Department, December Participated in Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative annual professional development activities for K-12 teachers (Fall Math Fest), Columbus, GA, October 4, Planned and organized a one-day conference for approximately 60 K-8 math teachers, that focused on the new Georgia Performance Standards for Mathematics, September 25, Served on University College Personnel Committee, September Helped with CSU Visitation Days, September 22, 2007; January 12, 2008; March 29, Planned and organized a PSC developmental review visit to CSU for the PSC Science Endorsement and MEd School Library Media programs, September 17-19, Coordinated Partnership for Reform in Science and Mathematics (PRISM) activities, 2005-present. Activities include conferences for teachers, faculty learning communities, scholarships, and ordering of supplies for math and science instruction in model classrooms. Worked with the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative to help plan and offer summer workshops for teachers and the PRIME Camp for middle school girls, June 11-22, 2007. Helped with CSU Visitation Days, November 11, 2006; February 10, 2007; April 14, Worked as a volunteer at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, March 21-24, Worked as a volunteer at the annual CSU Mathematics Tournament, Columbus State University, March 3, Mentor for 7 first- or second-year math teachers, CSU s Sustained Teacher Education Advisement for the Defining Years (STEADY) program, August 2006-May Participated in Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative annual professional development activities for K-12 teachers (Fall Math Fest and Spring Fling), Columbus, GA, Taught a problem-solving lesson for a teacher at Blackmon Road Middle School, September 25, Mathematics Fair judge, Carver High School, Columbus, GA, April 28, Planned and organized a one-day conference for approximately 40 elementary and middle grades mathematics teachers that focused on preparing to implement the new Georgia Performance Standards for Mathematics, April 27, Represented the Department of Teacher Education at the Education Evening program, Columbus State University, February 16, Planned and conducted Praxis II mathematics workshop for Special Education teachers, February 18, Taught a demonstration lesson for a mathematics teacher at Shaw High School, December Represented the College of Education at High School Visitation Day, Columbus State University, November 5, After-school tutoring at Kendrick High School (Fall 2005) Planned and organized a one-day conference and two follow-up meetings for middle grades and secondary mathematics teachers that focused on preparing for the new Georgia Performance Standards for Mathematics (Fall 2005). Over 100 teachers participated in the conference. Mathematics Fair judge, Carver High School, Columbus, GA, April 22, Planned and organized monthly meetings and activities for the Support, Mentoring, and Resources for Teachers of Secondary Mathematics Project (Project SMART), Worked as a volunteer at the annual CSU Mathematics Tournament, Columbus State University, March, Participated in Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative annual professional development activities for K-12 teachers (Fall Math Fest and Spring Fling), Columbus, GA, Worked with the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative in planning and offering summer programs for teachers and K-12 students, Columbus State University, Assisted with Math Counts Competition, February 8, 2003; February 22, Helped with after-school program at Marshall Middle School, Fall Set up tutoring program for mathematics students at Marshall Middle School; members of the Mathematics Education Student Association (MESA) assisted with tutoring, Fall Planned and organized the Preparation of Secondary Mathematics Teachers Conference held at Columbus State University, May 17, Conducted Praxis I Math Test Prep Workshops, Presented at the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative Spring Fling, March 5, Science Fair judge, Columbus State University, January 31, Participated in Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative Probability and Statistics Workshop, April 30, Represented the College of Education at High School Visitation Day, Columbus State University, March 17, Presented at the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative PRIME camps on July 24, 1998 and July 20, Coordinated administration of INTASC Pilot Test for Teaching Knowledge at CSU during spring semester, SPECIAL AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS AND OTHER HONORS Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, April Nominated for Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics Gladys M. Thompson Distinguished Service Award, Fall Thomas E. Harrison Leadership Award, College of Education, Columbus State University, April Faculty Service Award, Columbus State University, March Recipient of the Dean s Faculty Incentive Award for successful completion and presentation of Year Two Preparing Tomorrow s Teachers to Use Technology Project, July 10, Recipient of the Dean s Incentive Award for outstanding performance and contribution to The Transforming Teacher Education Project, August 15, Nominated for Educator of the Year, February GRANT WORK Program Director, Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship Grant, ($616,000), January 2014 June Co-Principal Investigator, Columbus Region Academy of Future Teachers of STEM (CRAFT-STEM), Proposal for the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Track, ($1.2 million) Co-Principal Investigator, UTeach Columbus Grant, August 2011 June ($1.4 million) Co-Principal Investigator, Teacher Quality Grant: Building Connections in High School Mathematics, March 15, 2011 June 30, ($64,945) Co-Principal Investigator, Teacher Quality Grant: Building Foundations for Success in Math III through Just-In-Time Delivery, March 15, 2010 June 30, ($68,463) Co-Principal Investigator, Teacher Quality Grant: Helping Teachers Help Students with Just-In-Time Delivery, July 1, 2009 June 30, ($52,955) Co-Principal Investigator, Teacher Quality Grant: Supporting the Standards with Just-In- Time Delivery, July 1, June 30, ($70,349) Co-Principal Investigator on two Teacher Quality Grants: Crossing the Bridge from Instruction to Assessment, Building Bridges to Performance Standards: Phase Two, July 1, June 30, ($138,585) 10 Co-Principal Investigator on three Teacher Quality Grants: Building Bridges and Digging Deeper: An Elementary Project for Developing Teachers Content Knowledge and Improving Pedagogical Skills, Building Bridges from Instruction to Assessment in Middle School Mathematics, Building Bridges to Performance Standards in Secondary Mathematics, July 1, 2006 June 30, ($219,092) Co-Principal Investigator on three Teacher Quality Grants: Representing High School Mathematics with Technology; Reading, Writing, and Talking about Mathematics in the Middle Grades; Reading, Writing, and Talking about Mathematics in the Early Grades, July 1, 2005 June 30, ($207,078) Co-Principal Investigator on three Teacher Quality Grants: Representing High School Mathematics with Technology; Reading, Writing, and Talking about Mathematics in the Middle Grades; Reading, Writing, and Talking about Mathematics in the Early Grades, July 1, 2004 June 30, Co-Principal Investigator, Calculus Consortium for Higher Education grant ($18,000): Support, Mentoring, and Resources for Teachers of Secondary Mathematics (Project SMART), January 2004-June Co-Principal Investigator on three Teacher Quality Grants: Representing High School Mathematics with Technology; Reading, Writing, and Talking about Mathematics in the Middle Grades; Reading, Writing, and Talking about Mathematics in the Early Grades, July 1, 2003 June 30, Co-Principal Investigator on three Eisenhower Higher Education grants -- Representing Mathematics to Reach More Students (High School, Middle Grades, and Early Grades), a collaborative effort with the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative, July 1, 2002 June 30, Faculty Development Awards, Fall 2001; Spring Recipient of Exxon Mobil Innovation Grant, December Catalyst III Mini-Grant recipient for Advanced WebCT Training and CD ROM/DVD Authoring Program, November Catalyst II Mini-Grant recipient, November Transforming Teacher Education Project Co-Reform Expert Faculty Mini-Grant recipient, January 2000-August MAJOR COMMITTEES State Level 11 Georgia Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship Program Directors (January present). UTeach Georgia Consortium (December 2012-present). GaPSC
Similar documents
View more...
Search Related
We Need Your Support
Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our free products and services. We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

No, Thanks