Tambra O. Jackson. M.Ed.- Curriculum and Instruction. Indiana Wesleyan University, Fort Wayne, Indiana. December 1998.

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1 Tambra O. Jackson University of South Carolina Department of Instruction & Teacher Education 104 Wardlaw Building, Columbia, SC Phone: ACADEMIC DEGREES Ph.D.- Curriculum, Teaching and Educational Policy. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. August Dissertation- Learning to Teach in Freedom Schools: Developing Practices and Identities as Educators and Activists. Dissertation Chair: Anne Haas Dyson M.Ed.- Curriculum and Instruction. Indiana Wesleyan University, Fort Wayne, Indiana. December B.S.- Elementary Education K-8. Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. August State Teaching Certifications State of Georgia Educator Certificate, P-8, State of Indiana Teacher s License K-8, Language Arts 1-9, State of Ohio Department of Education K-8, AREAS OF INTEREST Teacher learning across the career span (preservice, induction, and continued professional development) that specifically focuses on preparing teachers for diversity, preparing teachers to teach for social justice and culturally responsive teaching and pedagogy; urban education and urban teaching PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor, Department of Instruction and Teacher Education, University of South Carolina, August present. Undergraduate Courses- Integrated Curriculum in Elementary Schools Graduate Courses- Ideas and Issues in Teaching; Social Class Diversity and the Curriculum Consultant, Children s Defense Fund Freedom Schools, present. Responsibilities include participate in planning of national training, reviewing applications for potential Freedom School sites, program presenter at meetings with potential Freedom School sponsors, workshop presenter at national training, and sharing research findings with CDF Freedom School national staff about various aspects of the Freedom School model.

2 Principle Investigator, Learning to Teach in Freedom Schools: Developing Practices and Identities as Educators and Activists. Dissertation study, Michigan State University, Professional Development Specialist, Lansing School District, Lansing, Michigan, January 2005-May Research Assistant, Literacy Basics: A Study of Learning to Write. Spencer Foundation funded project (Principle Investigator: Dr. Anne Haas Dyson), Michigan State University, Principle Investigator, Participation within a Freedom School Teacher Community. Department of Teacher Education required research practicum project, Michigan State University, Cohort Leader/Research Assistant, Urban Partnerships Supporting Transformative Alternative Routes to Teaching (UPSTART), Michigan State University, Responsibilities included monitoring students progress throughout program, conducting programmatic interviews after each academic semester, professional resource for program cohort, and conducting programmatic research on the cohort structure. Site Coordinator, Lansing School District Freedom School, Lansing School District, Lansing, Michigan, Proposed the idea of starting a Children s Defense Fund Freedom School to the Lansing School District and worked with administrators to implement program. Responsibilities included managing the daily operations of the site; assisting the parent coordinator in organizing parent workshops and other parental involvement initiatives; collecting data for national and site assessment and evaluation; observing intern teaching; facilitating the daily debriefing sessions with interns. Intern, Education and Youth Development, Children s Defense Fund, Washington, D.C., Summer Responsibilities included compiling fact sheets on data related to issues that were a part of the Children s Defense Fund s education platform, analyzing state accountability plans for the No Child Left Behind law, and attending press releases and book forums for reports and publications pertaining to education policy. Field Instructor, TE 501/502: Internship in Teaching Diverse Learners, College of Education, Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University, Responsibilities included facilitating weekly seminar with interns, advising and consulting on the development of curriculum units, observing interns teaching regularly and holding individual consultations, advising and supporting interns in documenting teaching activities for portfolio activities. Teacher, Grade 2, Sedalia Park Charter School, Cobb County School District, Marietta, Georgia, Teacher, Saturday School-SBA Academy, Weisser Park Youth Center, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Tambra O. Jackson, Curriculum Vita 2

3 Teacher, Summer Remediation, Fort Wayne Community Schools, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Summer 1999/2000. Teacher, Summer School, Fort Wayne Community Schools, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Summer Teacher, Grade 2, Washington Center Elementary, Fort Wayne Community Schools, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Teacher, Grade 3, Washington-Study Elementary, Fort Wayne Community Schools, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Teacher, Grade 1, Shambaugh Elementary, Fort Wayne Community Schools, Fort Wayne, Indiana, MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS Jackson, T.O. The role of teacher efficacy in urban teacher development. Jackson, T.O. Participation and learning inside in a Freedom School teacher community of practice. AUTHORED CURRICULAR & INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS Kitchen Science, Fort Wayne Community Schools, Summer Elementary Language Arts Summer School Curriculum, (co-author) Fort Wayne Community Schools, Summer CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS A summer of service A lifetime of commitment: Learning to teach in Freedom Schools (for panel entitled Investigations of the Freedom School Way: Community, Culture and Commitment for Black Children s Education). Paper to be presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, April 9-13, I Can and Must Make a Difference: Programmatic Efforts to Develop Intern Stance and Agency as Culturally Responsive Teachers at Freedom Schools (for panel entitled The World of Academic Programs: Examining Academic Contexts that Promote Educational Access and Social Justice). Paper to be presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, April 9-13, Developing Effective Curriculum for Ethnic Minorities and the Economically Poor. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the Southeastern Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel, Myrtle Beach, SC, February 10-14, Tambra O. Jackson, Curriculum Vita 3

4 Learning to Teach in Freedom Schools: Developing Practices and Identities as Educators and Activists. Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Council of Teachers of English, Nashville, TN, November 16-21, Curriculum, pedagogy, and instructional practices at Freedom School in a changing context: Towards cultural responsiveness (for panel entitled Literacy instruction in a changing global context: Cases from the United States and the Republic of Botswana). Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Council of Teachers of English, Nashville, TN, November 16-21, Education for activism: Learning to teach for social justice in Freedom Schools. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Phoenix, AZ, November 8-12, A summer of service A lifetime of commitment: Learning to teach in Freedom Schools (for panel entitled Nurturing Black Children's Minds, Bodies, and Spirits: Learning in and from Freedom Schools). Paper presented at The University of Pennsylvania Ethnography in Education Forum, Philadelphia, PA, February Culturally responsive teaching in Freedom Schools: The learning and teaching of a pedagogy that empowers (for panel entitled Educational Contexts for Empowerment: Examining Alternative Academic Programs with Affirmative Curricula). Paper presented at The University of Pennsylvania Ethnography in Education Forum, Philadelphia, PA, February Culturally responsive teaching and pedagogy at Freedom School. Poster presented at the 33 rd Annual Conference of the National Alliance of Black School Educators, Detroit, MI, November Lessons from Freedom School on professional development. Workshop presented at the 33 rd Annual Conference of the National Alliance of Black School Educators, Detroit, MI, November Professional development practices of Freedom School interns. Paper presented at The University of Pennsylvania Ethnography in Education Forum, Philadelphia, PA, February Exploring vignettes of teacher efficacy. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation, Chicago, IL, February I know I can: Freedom School interns and efficacy. Paper presented at the Practitioners Conference on Civic Education, New Orleans, LA, January The cohort as a community of professional learners (for panel entitled The Multiple Faces of Community in an Alternative Route to Urban Teaching Program). Paper presented at The University of Pennsylvania Ethnography in Education Forum, Philadelphia, PA, February Tambra O. Jackson, Curriculum Vita 4

5 INVITED SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS & WORKSHOPS Guest Lecturer, EDTE 710: Developing as a Professional Educator (Instructor: Jane Zenger), University of South Carolina, Fall Presenter, Teacher Cadet Conference, Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement (CERRA), Columbia, SC, November Guest Lecturer, EDEL 743: Teaching Elementary Social Studies (Instructor: Paul Chaplin), University of South Carolina, Fall Guest Speaker, Teacher Quality Collaborative, University of South Carolina, September Guest Lecturer, EDEL 709: Theory and Use of Instructional Materials in the Elementary School (Instructor: Teri Kuhs), Fall Guest Lecturer, EDEC 591: Seminar in Teaching Early Childhood (Instructor: Ulanda James), University of South Carolina, Fall Presenter, The Ella Baker Child Policy Training Institute 2006 National Training, Children s Defense Fund, Clinton, TN, June Presenter, Culturally Responsive Teaching in Elementary Classrooms- Part 2, Lansing School District, Lansing, MI, April 26, Presenter, Effective Intern Observation, Feedback and Support, Site Coordinator Training, Children s Defense Fund, Clinton, TN, March 23-26, Presenter, Culturally Responsive Teaching in Elementary Classrooms, Lansing School District, Lansing, MI, February 1, Presenter, Lansing School District/Michigan State University Induction Retreat, East Lansing, MI, January 11, Guest Lecturer, TE 491: Culturally Diverse Children s and Adolescent Literature (Instructor: Suzanne Knezek), Michigan State University, Fall Guest Lecturer, TE 401: Teaching of Subject Matter to Diverse Learners- Literacy (Instructor: Marjorie Cooper), Michigan State University, Fall Panelist, Children s Defense Fund Freedom Schools Debrief and Planning Meeting, Children s Defend Fund, Clinton, TN, August Tambra O. Jackson, Curriculum Vita 5

6 AWARDS & HONORS Selected Participant, Division K New Faculty Seminar, Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association (April 2007) Research Fellow for the American Educational Research Association s Division G Research Group on the Social Context of Education ( ) Research Fellow for Cultivating New Voices Among Scholars of Color Grant Program, National Council of Teachers of English ( cohort) Department of Teacher Education Summer Research Fellowship, Michigan State University (2006) Selected Participant, Division K Graduate Student Seminar, Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association (April 2006) College of Education Summer Research Fellowship, Michigan State University (2005) University Enrichment Fellowship, Michigan State University ( ) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Participant, Teaching for Social Justice in the Elementary Classroom, workshop at the 2006 Conference for the National Association for Multicultural Education (November 2006) Participant, The Ella Baker Child Policy Training Institute 2005 National Training, Children s Defense Fund, Clinton, TN, June Participant, The Urban Project Conference, Michigan Association of School Boards, Lansing, MI, March 17-18, Participant, Annual Meeting of the North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation, Chicago, IL, February 2004, 2005, Participant, Efficacy Seminar, The Efficacy Institute, Inc., East Lansing, MI, January 22-23; March 25; April 16, Participant, The Ella Baker Child Policy Training Institute 2004 National Training, Children s Defense Fund, Clinton, TN, June Participant, Annual Meeting of the North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation, Chicago, IL, February 12-15, Participant, Advanced Servant Leader and Advocacy Workshop, Children s Defense Fund, Clinton, TN, December LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE Participant, Elementary and Early Childhood Preservice Committee, Department of Instruction and Teacher Education, University of South Carolina (August present) Research Fellow, American Educational Research Association s Division G Research Group on the Social Context of Education ( ) Participant, Elementary Undergraduate Professional Orientation, University of South Carolina (October 5, 2006) Tambra O. Jackson, Curriculum Vita 6

7 Invited Participant, Children s Defense Fund Freedom Schools Debrief and Planning Meeting, Children s Defend Fund, Clinton, TN (September 2006) Proposal Reviewer, Divisions G and K, 2007 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (2006) Proposal Reviewer, Divisions G, K, and the SIG- Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research, 2006 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (2005). Member, Teacher Involvement Day Planning Committee, National Alliance of Black School Educators 33 rd Annual Conference (2005) Mentor, Broad Scholars program, College of Education, Michigan State University, Member, Urban Education Research Group, College of Education, Michigan State University, ( ) Home Group Facilitator, Annual Meeting of the North Dakota Study Group on Evaluation, Chicago, IL (February 17-20, 2005) Participant, Student Review Committee for College of Education Dean, Michigan State University (November 2004) Panelist, Teacher Education Doctoral Orientation Student Panel, Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University (August 2004) Mentor, Curriculum, Teaching and Educational Policy doctoral program, Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University ( ) Panelist, Enhance Your Future Conference, College of Education, Michigan State University, (January 2003/2004/2005) Parliamentarian, Black Graduate Student Association, Michigan State University ( ) Member, Black Graduate Student Association, Michigan State University ( ) Member, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (1994-present) PROFESSIONAL MEMEBERSHIPS American Educational Research Association Division G: Social Context of Education Division K: Teaching and Teacher Education Research Focus on Black Education, SIG National Alliance of Black School Educators National Council of Teachers of English National Association for Multicultural Education Tambra O. Jackson, Curriculum Vita 7

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