1 HERALDO V. RICHARDS 7412 East Colony Drive Nashville, Tennessee W (931) H (615) EDUCATION: Ph.D. Learning Disabilities Northwestern University, Evanston, IL M.A. Communication Studies University of Michigan, Ann Arbor B.A. English Language and Literature University of Chicago, Chicago, IL EXPERIENCE: 2000 present Associate Professor, Director of Minority Teacher Education Grant Project Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN Adjunct Professor, Department of Special Education Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN Assistant Professor, Department of Special Education Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN Learning Disabilities Clinic Supervisor Northwestern University, Evanston, IL Helmer Myklebust Award for Clinical Excellence (1993) Developmental Reading Instructor (Adjunct) School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL Learning Disabilities Specialist (P / T) Columbia College, Chicago, IL Coordinator of Virgin Islands Communication Arts Showcase St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands English Teacher Bertha C. Boschulte Junior High School of the Virgin Islands Project Upward Bound Instructor (P/T) University of the Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands.
2 SAMPLE OF COURSES TAUGHT: Austin Peay State University APSU 1000 Liberal Arts in the University EDUC 4160 Teaching Diverse Students EDUC 6400 Seminar: Social / Cultural Foundations of Education EDUC 4080 Classroom Management and Organization EDUC 5200 Evaluation of Teaching and Learning EDUC 2100 Foundations of Education EDUC 5743 Leadership Studies IV: Educational Diversity and Ethics Practicum UNIVERSITY SERVICE (Sample of Activities): Current Service: Chair, ASPU Student Non-Academic Grievance Committee Chair, School of Education Committee on NCATE Diversity Standard Previous Service: Institutional Review Board APSU Committee for Retention of Minority Students APSU Planning Committee for the Quality Enhancement Plan Advisor to APSU Multi-Ethnic Diversity Steering Committee School of Education Student Appeals Committee Search Committee for Director of School of Education Search Committee for Dean of Graduate Studies Search Committee for Assistant Professor in English Search Committee for Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: Professional Memberships National Association for Multicultural Education Learning Disabilities Association American Educational Research Association Council for Exceptional Children Guest Reviewer American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education Conference Houghton Mifflin Publishing Young Exceptional Children
3 Sample of Workshops The Poets of the Harlem Renaissance: Langston Hughes, Paul Laurence Dunbar, and Claude McKay (2002, 2003, 2004). Annual Presentations at Burt School in Clarksville, Tennessee. Understanding the Poetry of Langston Hughes (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006). Annual Presentations at Mid-Cumberland Reading Council, Clarksville, Tennessee. Addressing Diversity in the Workplace: Tools for Success (2002). Workshop for Leadership Clarksville in Tennessee. - Walk a Mile in My Shoes: Planning for Diversity (2002). Workshop for Nashville Metro School Principals in Tennessee. - Sensitivity to Diversity (2001): Workshop for Clarksville-Montgomery County Police Department. Diversity in America (2002). Workshop for General Federation of Women s Clubs, Clarksville, Tennessee. Other Community Service Tennessee Early Childhood Comprehensive System Advisory Board (2005- present) APSU Annual Asanbe Diversity Symposium, (Moderator 2002, 2003), (Panelist 2004) Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Evaluation Team for Northwest High School of Clarksville, 2001 Tennessee United Way (Success By Six Evaluation Committee), Nashville Metro Committee on Identifying Gifted and Talented Children from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds, AWARDS: Student Tennessee Education Association Outstanding Teaching Award (2005) Lilly Teaching Fellow (1995) Helmer Myklebust Award for Clinical Excellence (1993)
4 GRANTS: State: Minority Teacher Education Grant ( ). Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($15,705 + matching funds). Co-Director Minority Teacher Education Grant ( ). Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($20,025 + matching funds). Director Minority Teacher Education Grant ( ). Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($20,500 + matching funds). Director Minority Teacher Education Grant ( ). Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($35,403 + matching funds). Director. Minority Teacher Education Grant ( ). Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($25,000 + matching funds). Director. Federal: Leadership Training in Learning Disabilities (Vanderbilt University, ). U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services ($220,000). Co-Principal Investigator. Leadership Training in Behavior Disorders and Transition (Vanderbilt University, ). U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services ($130,000). Co-Principal Investigator. University Grants: Infusing Multicultural Perspectives in the Special Education High-Incidence Core Curriculum (Vanderbilt University ). Provost s Initiative on Cultural Diversity in the Curriculum ($8,000). Principal Investigator. The Relationship Between Standard English Knowledge and Test Formats Used on Standardized Reading Comprehension Tests (Vanderbilt university ). Vanderbilt University Research Council ($3,641). Principal Investigator.
5 Publications Kea, C., Campbell-Whatley, G.D., & Richards, H.V. (2004). Culturally responsive teacher education pedagogy. Washington, D. C.: National Center for Culturally Responsive Systems and U.S. Office of Special Education. Richard, H., Artiles, A. J., Klingner, J., & Brown, A. (2005). Equity in special education placement: A school self-assesment guide for culturally responsive practice. Washington, D. C.: National Center for Culturally Responsive Systems and U.S. Office of Special Education. Richards, H. (2003). Providing access and accommodations for students with learning disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Readings on Equal Education, 18, Richards, H. V., Brown, A. F., & Forde, T. B. (2004). Addressing Diversity in Schools: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy. Washington, D. C.: National Center for Culturally Responsive Systems and U.S. Office of Special Education. Slaughter-Defoe, D., & Richards, H. (1995). Literacy for empowerment: The case of Black males. In V.L. Gadsden & D. A. Wagner (Eds), Literacy among African- American youth: Issues in learning, teaching, and schooling (pp ). New Jersey: Hampton. Paper Presentations Forde, T. &, Richards, H. (2006). Professional development for teachers in an era of technology and diversity. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Richards, H., & Forde, T. (2005). The use of emerging technologies to integrate social justice into the curriculum. Paper presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education. Richards, H., & Forde, T. (2005). Technology as a tool in culturally responsive instruction. Paper presented at Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference. Forde, T., & Richards, H. (2005). Promoting Learning through culturally supportive instruction and emerging instructional technologies. Paper presented at the Sixteenth National Youth-At-Risk Conference.
6 Richards, H. (2004). Rhythm, rhyme and soul: The voice of Black poets. Paper presented at the Tennessee Reading Association Conference. Richards, H. (2004). Diversity Consciousness: An Awareness and Acceptance of Difference. Paper presented at the Sixth Annual Tennessee Conference Celebrating Healthy Choices for Youth (National Center for Youth Issues and Tennessee Department of Health). Richards, H., & Forde, T. (2004). The use of emerging technologies to support culturally responsive instruction. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education. Richards, H., & Forde, T. (2003). Culturally supportive instruction: A Model for the 21 st century multicultural classroom. Paper Presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Annual Meeting. Richards, H., & Forde, T. (2001). Education and Evaluation in the 21st Century Multicultural Classroom. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association. Richards, H. (1999). Ending the bias in assessment: Realities and remedies. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association. Richards, H., & Forde, T. (1998). A continuing concern: The fair evaluation of all children. Paper presented at International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association. Richards H. (1998). Enhancing achievement among African-American students through culturally supportive instruction. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Reading Association. Richards, H. (1997). A comparison of general and special educators' multicultural knowledge and practices. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children. Richards, H. (1997). Diversity is not a disability: Ensuring the fair evaluation of all children. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education. Richards, H. (1997). Using culturally supportive instruction to build literacy skills among minority students. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Reading Association. Richards, H. (1996). Creole usage and reading achievement among junior high
7 school students in the Virgin Islands. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Richards, H., & Forde, T. (1996). LD Assessment: A measure of learning disability or learning diversity? Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education. Richards, H., & Forde, T. (1996). Providing culturally supportive instruction for African American children. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association. Richards, H. (1995). Considerations in the instruction and evaluation of culturally and linguistically diverse children. Paper presented at he International Conference of the Learning Disabilities Association. Richards, H. (1995). Creole usage and reading achievement among children in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children.
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