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1 - JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP AND RESEARCH PROJECTS November 2009

2 Johns Hopkins University School of Education 2010 Partnership and Research Projects Overview For nearly a century, the Johns Hopkins University School of Education has been preparing educators to make a difference in the lives of children. Founded in 1909, as College Courses for Teachers, the school s core purpose is to advance society and enhance the quality of life through discovery, teaching and learning. We support and further the continuous development of children, youth, and adults through: Teaching Research Program Development Leadership and Service Partnership Programs Specifically, the School of Education addresses the most challenging issues facing PK-12 education today: Recruiting, preparing, and retaining a new generation of highly qualified teachers Building school leadership capacity in an era of heightened accountability Helping children with special needs reach their full potential Developing research-based curricula focused on school improvement and enhanced student achievement Addressing the social and emotional needs of children and families To address our mission and commitments, the School of Education, through its academic departments and research and development centers, partners with school districts, state agencies, non-profit organizations, and other Johns Hopkins units. This document summarizes many of the partnerships and research projects active in the current academic year. As we go forward, these initiatives will evolve in response to changing needs and environmental conditions. Some will expand, others will wind-down, and new projects will emerge. As we prepare for academic year and beyond, projects include: Expanding of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs in partnerships with the Schools of Engineering and Arts and Sciences Developing of an Urban Leadership Development Academy to prepare and support a new generation of leaders for the Baltimore City Schools Developing mental health support systems for PK-12 schools in partnership with the School of Public Health Addressing safe schools and safe communities initiatives Working with the Department of Neurology in the School of Medicine and the Mind-Brain Institute in the School of Arts and Science to connect basic research in the neurosciences to teaching and learning processes Working with the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute (UHI) to address the connections between health and education in urban communities Expanding of international programs Developing college-readiness programs for middle school students Expanding programs that prepare counselors to connect community, family, and schools 2

3 Demonstrating how interdisciplinary collaboration can improve teaching and learning We hope this document will help readers understand the depth and breadth of the work being done in the School of Education. We welcome your questions and feedback, either to the project contacts identified in the document, or to the Dean s office ( ; 3

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Academic Departments Teacher Preparation...Page 5 Special Education...Page 9 Teacher Development and Leadership...Page 14 Counseling and Human Services...Page 17 Interdisciplinary Studies...Page 20 Interdisciplinary Studies/STEM Projects...Page 24 Division of Public Safety Leadership Page 27 Academic Research and Development Centers Center for Technology in Education...Page 38 Center for Research and Reform in Education...Page 46 4

5 DEPARTMENT OF TEACHER PREPARATION 5

6 TEACHER PREPARATION Professional Development Schools/SIMAT and FlexMAT Programs JHU Columbia Campus Contacts Dr. Linda Adamson SIMAT ELEM 6740 Alexander Bell Drive Columbia, MD Dr. R. William Sowders SIMAT SEC Veronique Gugliucciello FlexMAT Specific School(s) Served Pointers Run and Swansfield Elementary Schools (SIMAT) Gorman Crossing Elementary School (FlexMAT) Bonnie Branch and Oakland Mills Middle Schools and Oakland Mills High School (FlexMAT and SIMAT) Arundel Middle School and Four Seasons Elementary School (SIMAT) George Washington Elementary School (SIMAT) Dunbar High School (SIMAT and FlexMAT) School District (s) Served Howard and Anne Arundel Counties and Baltimore City Johns Hopkins University's Professional Development School (PDS) Partnerships have been established to implement the Maryland Redesign for Teacher Education. The School Immersion Master of Arts in Teaching (SIMAT) and Flexible Master of Arts in Teaching (FlexMAT) programs place interns in these partner schools. Both programs require strong academic preparation, completion and defense of a performance-based portfolio, and a synthesis of the theory and practice of teaching. In Howard County, the following sites serve as Professional Development Schools for MAT interns: Pointers Run, Swansfield, and Gorman Crossing Elementary; Bonnie Branch and Oakland Mills Middle Schools; and Oakland Mills High Schools. In Baltimore City, MAT interns are placed at George Washington Elementary School and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. In Anne Arundel County, MAT interns are placed at Four Seasons Elementary and Arundel Middle school; by fall 2010, Arundel High School and Nantucket Elementary will join that multi-site PDS partnership. These elementary and secondary PDS partnerships involve collaborative decisionmaking bodies integrating all stakeholders to determine the activities of the partnership and the continuing professional development of teachers as well as the growth and development of on interns within the framework of school improvement goals. 6

7 Dunbar-Hopkins PDS Algebra Project TEACHER PREPARATION JHU Homewood Campus Contact Dr. Francine Johnson Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD Specific School (s) Served Dunbar High School School District (s) Served Baltimore City Through demonstration teaching, enrichment of teacher content knowledge in mathematics, implementation of professional development activities, and the establishment of a Saturday Algebra Academy for Dunbar students and teachers, the 9th grade pass rate on the Maryland Algebra assessment increased from 43% to 86% in one year. The following academic year, , the pass rate for the class of 2009 increased to 93%, the highest rate in Baltimore and one of the highest rates in Maryland for that class. The pass rate was 100% for the class of Professional Immersion MAT (ProMAT) Cohorts Montgomery ProMAT JHU Montgomery County Campus Contact Dr. Jennifer Cuddapah 9601 Medical Center Drive Rockville, MD Specific School (s) Served Placements are in high-need schools as determined by Montgomery County Public Schools School District (s) Served Montgomery County The Montgomery County Professional Immersion MAT (ProMAT) program is a partnership between the Montgomery County Public Schools and Johns Hopkins University to recruit, prepare, and support new teachers to fill vacancies in high-need county schools. Candidates enter the program with a strong academic content background and experience as substitutes and/or instructional assistants. Following summer course work and summer field experience, candidates are employed as teachers of record while they complete their degree and certification requirements. Course work and assignments connect with their daily classroom practice. 7

8 TEACHER PREPARATION Professional Immersion MAT (ProMAT) Cohorts (continued) Baltimore ProMAT Contact Kate Foley JHU Homewood Campus Education Building N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD Specific School (s) Served Various elementary and secondary schools School District (s) Served Baltimore City The Professional Immersion MAT is a partnership between Baltimore City Public Schools, Teach For America (TFA), and the Johns Hopkins University School of Education. Teach For America MAT Program JHU Homewood Campus Contact Amy Wilson Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD Specific School (s) Served High-need elementary and secondary schools School District (s) Served Baltimore City Teach For America recruits outstanding corps members nationally who are assigned to teach in Baltimore City schools. They participate in a school-based Master of Arts in Teaching program, integrating course work and assignments with their daily classroom practice. This partnership program begins each summer with orientation and coursework. During the academic year, coursework is offered in the evening and on Saturdays through a cohort structure. For more information and/or to apply to Teach For America, please visit its website at 8

9 DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION 9

10 SPECIAL EDUCATION Special Education School Immersion Project SET IT JHU Montgomery County Campus Contact Dr. Laurie U. debettencourt 9601 Medical Center Drive Rockville, MD Specific School(s) Served Various elementary and secondary schools Specific District(s) Served Montgomery County The Special Education Teacher Immersion Training (SET-IT) program is a two-year course of graduate study at Johns Hopkins University Department of Special Education within the Mild to Moderate Disabilities (MMD) concentration area and is delivered in partnership with Montgomery County Public Schools. This program was initially funded by a grant from the United States Department of Education. The program is designed for individuals who hold bachelor's degrees from a variety of program majors but are not currently employed as special educators. The SET-IT program includes three major components: (1) a prescribed series of courses within the MMD program, (2) employment by participating school system as special education paraeducators, and (3) extended field experiences that address issues related to special education. SET-IT interns are paired with experienced special educators and then immersed in ongoing, intensive field experiences within a school community, implementing course competencies in authentic settings. Montgomery Professional Immersion Special Education Master of Science (Montgomery ProSEMS) JHU Montgomery County Campus Contact Dr. Laurie U. debettencourt 9601 Medical Center Drive Rockville, MD Specific School(s) Served Schools located in Montgomery County Specific District(s) Served Montgomery County 10

11 SPECIAL EDUCATION Montgomery Professional Immersion Special Education Master of Science (Montgomery ProSEMS) continued. The Montgomery County Professional Immersion Special Education Master of Science (ProSEMS) partnership is administered jointly by Montgomery County Public Schools and Johns Hopkins University. It is an intense two-year program combining educational field experience and a 39- credit graduate degree program. During the first year, candidates are hired as paraeducators within MCPS special education settings. During their second year, they are hired in MCPS schools as long term substitute special educators. It is designed to bring second career adults, already holding a minimum of a four-year undergraduate degree, into the field of special education through an alternate route. MCPS attempts to address the nationwide special education teacher shortage by expanding the pool of viable candidates and by providing financial support. Graduate Certificate in the Education of Students with Autism Hybrid Delivery Model JHU Homewood Campus Contact Laura R. B. Broughton Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD Specific School(s) Served Schools located on the Eastern Shore (Talbot, Kent, Caroline, Dorchester and Queen Anne school districts) began coursework Fall 2008; and Baltimore City/Baltimore County began in the fall Specific District(s) Served Talbot, Kent, Caroline, Dorchester and Queen Anne school districts, as well as Baltimore City/Baltimore County This project combines the collective expertise of special education faculty and Center for Technology in Education (CTE) personnel in the development of a hybrid model of program delivery. Specifically the curriculum content of the Graduate Certificate in Autism, a 15-credit (5 courses) program offered by the Department of Special Education, is delivered to students using both face-to-face and online instruction. The Department of Special Education faculty prepares and delivers the course materials. CTE delivers face-to-face and online training to the participating faculty. The training includes technical support in the design and development of course materials for synchronous and asynchronous instructional sessions. In addition, CTE provides planning, production and editing technical assistance in the design and integration of multimedia components 11

12 SPECIAL EDUCATION Graduate Certificate in the Education of Students with Autism Hybrid Delivery Model continued. across synchronous and asynchronous environments for each course. Each course consists of 15 hours of face-to-face instruction, 10 hours of synchronous online instruction, and 5 hours of asynchronous online instruction. CTE and the Department of Special Education jointly develop a course delivery schedule. Master of Science in Special Education: Early Childhood Special Education DC Cohort Partnership Program JHU s DC Campus Contact: Linda Tsantis, EdD Bernstein Building 1717 Massachutes Avenue, NW Washington, DC Schools Served Early childhood programs supported by Apple Tree Institute for Education Innovation (ATI) with offices located at 1415 Michigan Avenue, NE 3 rd floor, Washington, DC ATI seeks to serve children with special education needs or children considered at risk for later school failure. : All the teachers in the DC Cohort Partnership program teach in ATI public charter schools that serve preschoolers. The Master of Science program will help prepare these teachers in the areas of assessment, identification, child development, legal issues, programming, and best practices instruction with a particular emphasis on special education issues. The curriculum draws on research-based practices and theories that are well supported in the field of early childhood special education. The program includes a 6-credit internship to be completed in the student s place of employment. Leadership in Special Education for Urban School Reform JHU Homewood Campus Contact Dr. Michael Rosenberg Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD Specific School(s) Served Various elementary and secondary schools 12

13 SPECIAL EDUCATION Leadership in Special Education for Urban School Reform cont. Specific District(s) Served Baltimore City and other school districts in an urban setting In this federally funded project we will prepare nine doctoral level special education personnel (four from traditionally underrepresented groups) who will demonstrate (a) a broad knowledge base of best practices for students with disabilities from culturally diverse populations; (b) the ability to conceptualize, administer, and disseminate research to practice efforts centered on the improving rates of participation in general education and outcomes for students with disabilities; (c) the ability to provide leadership to stakeholders involved in all varieties of special education service delivery; and (d) proficiency in designing preservice and in-service training and consultation activities, ultimately serving as much needed liaisons between Institutes of Higher Education and local education agencies (LEA). As part of a cooperative arrangement with LEAs, each student will engage in applied research and training internship activities. Extending over a period of four years, the student will complete a 72-credit post-masters competency-based program that includes 18 credits of research/program evaluation courses, 30 credits of courses and topical seminars, 12 credits of applied internships, and 12 credits of dissertation research. 13

14 DEPARTMENT OF TEACHER DEVELOPMENT AND LEADERSHIP 14

15 TEACHER DEVELOPMENT AND LEADERSHIP Principal Preparation Partnerships JHU Columbia Campus Contact Dr. Wilbert Hawkins 6740 Alexander Bell Drive Columbia, MD Specific School (s) Served Various elementary and secondary schools Specific District (s) Served Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Howard, and Montgomery Counties These partnership programs prepare future principals with the knowledge and skills they need to be successful in their school district. This graduate program is planned and co-taught by JHU faculty and County personnel. Technology for Educators JHU Columbia Campus Contact Dr. John Castellani 6740 Alexander Bell Drive Columbia, MD Specific School (s) Served Various elementary and secondary schools Specific District (s) Served Baltimore and Montgomery Counties The Technology for Educators partnership with Baltimore, Howard, and Montgomery County Public Schools offers county teachers a rigorous but flexible course of study that incorporates the best uses of technology with effective leadership strategies. The program incorporates the latest research in technology, leadership, and learning in highly interactive, practical instructional applications. 15

16 Department of Teacher Development and Leadership Gifted Education JHU Columbia Center Contact Ms. Karen Ganjon 6740 Alexander Bell Drive Columbia, MD Specific School (s) Served Various elementary and secondary schools Specific District (s) Served Anne Arundel, Howard, and Prince George s Counties This partnership program between Johns Hopkins University and the Anne Arundel, Howard, and Prince George s County Schools is designed for those county educators currently working with or desiring to work with academically talented students. The program delivers an 18-credit sequence of coursework designed to provide the knowledge and skills in curriculum, instruction, and assessment to meet the needs of these students. 16

17 DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELING AND HUMAN SERVICES 17

18 Urban Leadership Institute PRAISE Academy COUNSELING AND HUMAN SERVICES JHU Homewood Campus Contact Dr. Yolanda Abel Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD Specific School (s) Served N/A Specific District (s) Served Baltimore City This partnership is designed to provide an opportunity for both entities to benefit from each other s educational activities and resources. In particular, the JHU School of Education provides Saturday classroom space for 40 PRAISE Academy students and their teachers and staff. During this time, the PRAISE students will attend academic enrichment classes in writing, math, Spanish (emphasis on living in a bilingual society), Tai Chi, Yoga, Arts & Crafts, History and social skills, all provided by the PRAISE Academy staff. In exchange for the use of this space, JHU School of Education students will benefit from the opportunity to work with the PRAISE students and staff in order to enhance the pursuit of successful teaching practices and strategies for connecting with young students. For example, BCTR and Teach for America MAT students support the PRAISE Academy through mentoring and coaching activities. Maryland Correctional Institution for Women JHU Homewood Campus Contact Dr. Pilar Hernandez-Wolfe Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD Specific Population Served Convicted women ages 17 and older who want counseling services while serving their sentences. Specifically women with low security risk, a mental health need and short term convictions. Location State facility, Jessup, MD This partnership program is designed to offer a service to the community and train counseling students in a practicum setting before beginning their internship year. Students provide short-term counseling under the supervision of a faculty supervisor to women who have been sentenced to short terms, and desire to work on their personal and family issues while at the facility. The program is offered every semester at the Correctional Institution. 18

19 COUNSELING AND HUMAN SERVICES Pursuing and Attaining a College Education (PACE) JHU Homewood Campus Contact Dr. Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland Specific Population Served Middle school students Location Garrison Middle School in Baltimore City PACE is a one year comprehensive and multi-faceted project for students at Garrison Middle School. Project targets low-income students who will be first generation college students. Program goal is to prepare students for college by giving them access to the tools to be successful. 19

20 DEPARTMENT OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 20

21 Baltimore City Leadership Academy INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES JHU Homewood Campus Contact Mariale Hardiman Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD Specific School (s) Served All elementary and secondary schools Specific District (s) Served Baltimore City Public School System The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies has established a partnership with the Baltimore City Public School System to design the Baltimore City Leadership Academy (BCLA) to provide leadership development within the Baltimore City Public Schools (City Schools). A collaborative effort of the City Schools, the School of Education at Johns Hopkins University, and the School of Education and Urban Studies at Morgan State University, the Baltimore City Leadership Academy will address the ongoing need to develop the next generation of school-based and system leaders. For the school year, the BCLA will provide support for an internship program, The Triad Internship Program Model, which identifies and supports school-based teams to prepare future school leaders. The teams consist of the principal, an assistant principal, and a teacher leader. The principal serves as the mentor to the assistant principal who, through school-based experiences and seminars, gains skills in site-based school leadership. The assistant principal, in turn, serves as a mentor to the teacher leader and guides the teacher in the development of instructional leadership skills. Content topics for seminars are based on systemic priorities including the Baltimore City Public Schools Essentials and Indicators as well as individual participant need identified through surveys, focus groups, and interviews. All interns develop an Individual Leadership Plan, which forms the basis for authentic job-embedded experiences and action research projects. Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute Partnership JHU Homewood Campus Contact Dr. Alan Green Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD

22 INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute Partnership (continued) Drawing on the expertise of neighborhood residents, educators, health professionals, philanthropic organizations and elected officials, Johns Hopkins is working to change the health and well being of children and families in east Baltimore and beyond. As a participant in this partnership, the SOE seeks to strengthen the linkages between education and health issues and practices. The SOE will examine how health and education issues intersect to account at least in part for the low academic achievement experienced in our urban communities. Neuro-Education Initiative JHU Homewood Campus Contact Mariale Hardiman Education Building 2800 N. Charles St Baltimore, MD The School of Education Neuro-Education Initiative (NEI), in collaboration with the JHU Brain Science Institute, fosters dialogue among educators and researchers in the brain sciences to develop joint research projects and explore how current findings have application to educational practice. The goal of this program is to create a series of initiatives that (1) determine the intersections, knowledge, and application of brain research in education, (2) explore potential areas of common translational research, and 3) communicate findings to educators and policy-makers through graduate programs, publications, and multiple media outlets. Such initiatives will foster long-term communications and collaboration among interdisciplinary constituencies within Johns Hopkins University and beyond focused on child development and the process of teaching and learning. The Neuro-Education Initiative seeks to: Provide opportunities for dialogue and collaboration among educators and researchers in the brain sciences and other related disciplines to explore the potential intersection and application of research to the learning process. Relevant topics for exploration include perception, attention, memory, emotion, motivation, brain development, spectrum of developmental disabilities, aesthetics, creativity, sleep, stress, and gender differences in learning Provide venues for information sharing across disciplines through (1) Learning Lunches for JHU researchers to share current work and findings; (2) Professional Development Series for educators to learn about a specific topic relevant to teaching and learning; and (3) Conferences/Roundtable Discussions to bring together national panels of researchers and educators for in-depth explorations of specific topics relevant to educational applications Explore and conduct translational research initiatives between brain science and education to create new knowledge within the context of teaching and learning 22

23 INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Neuro-Education Initiative (continued) Design interdisciplinary graduate programs in Neuro-Education Deliver professional development modules for multiple constituencies that employ best practices in teaching, school leadership, and school policy Build collaborative partnerships with other universities and organizations focused on advancing the field of Neuro-Education. Internal and External Advisors: The Neuro-Education Initiative has been developed under the guidance of internal Johns Hopkins University advisors with representatives from the School of Medicine Brain Science Institute and the Departments of Neurology, Neuroscience, and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; Bloomberg School of Public Health; Department of Cognitive Sciences and the Mind/Brain Institute in the School of Arts and Sciences; Peabody Institute; Kennedy Krieger Institute; School of Nursing; and School of Education. In addition, an external advisory group includes representatives from the Society for Neuroscience; International Mind, Brain, and Education Society; Harvard University Mind, Brain, and Education Program; Yale University School Development Program; Families and Work Institute; and the Learning & the Brain Conference. Mind, Brain and Teaching Certificate JHU Homewood Campus Contact Mariale Hardiman Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland Specific Schools Served PK-12 teachers and other interested persons Specific District(s) Served Baltimore and Howard Counties A project of the Neuro-Education Initiative, this graduate certificate program brings together educators and neuroscience researchers to explore how research in the cognitive and neurosciences impacts educational practice. This unique certificate is designed and taught in collaboration with researchers and faculty form the School of Medicine, Kennedy-Krieger, School of Public Health and School of Arts and Sciences. 23

24 STEM PROJECTS (A SAMPLE) SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, WHITING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, KRIEGER SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, AND OTHER JHU ACADEMIC UNITS 24

25 INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES- CURRENT STEM PROJECTS Broader Impact from Graduate Students Transferring Engineering Principles (BIGSTEP) to K 12 Education JHU Homewood Campus Contact Anila Asghar Education Building 2800 N. Charles Street Baltimore, MD Specific School (s) Served Various elementary and secondary schools Specific District (s) Served Baltimore City School of Education faculty members are assisting with a National Science Foundation grant obtained by the Whiting School of Engineering (WSE), helping WSE graduate students to prepare and teach lessons in the Baltimore City schools. WSE s Center for Educational Outreach (CEO) is going into the third year of its grant from the National Science Foundation Division of Graduate Education under their program for Graduate Teaching Fellows in K-12 Education. This grant provides for WSE graduate students to work in K-12 schools serving disadvantaged children. The theme of the program is ecology and environmental processes. Fellows are expected to provide expertise in mathematics, physical sciences, computers, technology, and engineering that can be used to explain or demonstrate environmental themes. Graduate Certificate in Earth/Space Science JHU Columbia Campus Contact David Nelson 6740 Alexander Bell Drive Columbia, MD Specific School (s) Served Various elementary and secondary schools Specific District (s) Served N/A This graduate certificate program, a partnership between the Johns Hopkins School of Education and the Department of Physics Space Grant Consortium, is designed for educators who want to enhance their knowledge and teaching skills in earth and space sciences. Six courses (Understanding and Teaching: Physical Geology; Earth Observations from Space; The Solar System; Stars, Galaxies, and Beyond; Earth s Weather and Climate; and Internship in Earth/Space Science) reflect the Maryland State Department of Education's Core Learning Goals in Earth/ Space Science, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) K-12 Benchmarks for 25

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