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1 KEDMON NYASHA HUNGWE Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences 210 Harold Meese Center Michigan Technological University, 1400 Townsend Dr. MI ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND Doctor of Philosophy, Michigan State University, Educational Psychology. Dissertation: Becoming a machinist in a changing industry. The dissertation was a study of computerization of manufacturing at an automotive workplace and the associated changes in knowledge and worker identities. Master of Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Curriculum and Instruction. Area of concentration: Educational Communications and Technology. Masters thesis: Media in the primary schools of Zimbabwe: an analysis with reference to children s entertainment film. A study of the cultural issues associated with uses of media to support learning, including the implications for design. Graduate Certificate in Education University of Zimbabwe. Certification in secondary school science and mathematics education. Bachelor of Science, University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe). Joint majors in physics and mathematics. WORK HISTORY Associate Professor, August 2008-present. Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences, Division of Teacher Education, Michigan Technological University Program Coordinator (2014-present). Peace Corps Masters International, Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences, Michigan Technological University Assistant Professor, August Department of Cognitive and Learning Science, Division of Teacher Education, Michigan Technological University. Senior Lecturer, January April Center for Educational Technology, University of Zimbabwe. Adjunct: Department of Teacher Education. (I was on study leave at Michigan State from August 1992 to May 1997) Lecturer, August August Center for Educational Technology, University of Zimbabwe. Adjunct: Department of Curriculum Studies. Curriculum Development Specialist: January 1994-August Development of science texts and associated equipment for teaching science in poor rural schools. The curriculum covered four years of high school science (see publications list for collaborative team outputs). Science and Mathematics teacher, January December,

2 Research Assistant (at Michigan State): Spring 1993, with Dr. John Smith III. The research work focused on the development of rational number concepts. Fall 1994 & summer 1995, with Dr. King Beach III. The research work focused on learning and development in the workplace. Teaching at Michigan State Graduate Teaching Assistant, Fall Fall Educational Psychology. Shona Language Instructor, Center for African Studies, fall 1993-Spring AD HOC POSITIONS 1. Adjunct: University of Roehampton, United Kingdom. Online Masters program in Education (Fall 2014 & Spring, 2015). 2. Co-facilitator: K-12 teaching in the 21 st century. A free course (MOOC) aimed at high school students, pre-service teachers and in-service teachers interested in a conversation about 21 st century tool for teaching (October & November, 2013). 3. Visiting Research Fellow, University of Oxford, England, Department of Education, Fall Visiting Scholar, Michigan State University, African Studies Center, 2001 AWARDS AND HONORS 1. Recipient of a Center for African Studies fellowship at Michigan State. To support my PhD studies in Educational Psychology. 2. Recipient of the W.B. & Candace Thoman Fellowship, Michigan State University: In recognition of achievement and promise in scholarship, leadership, and dedication to search for solutions to the problems of poverty and hunger. 3. Recipient of a United States Agency for International Development fellowship for graduate studies (MS) 4. Recipient of a World University Service scholarship for undergraduate studies 5. Phi Kappa Phi honor society, Michigan State University 6. Cited in Marquis Who's Who in America 2

3 INSTRUCTIONAL EXPERIENCE Michigan Technological University (Since 2002) Undergraduate courses taught at Michigan Technological University Fundamentals of instruction (I designed the course and taught it for 2 years) Psychological Foundations and Seminar ( ; 2006-present) Instructional Technology ( ) Clinical Experience (2008 to present) Graduate Online courses at Michigan Technological University Action Research (developed course) Applied Internship (co-developed course) Education Research (co-developed course) STEM standards and Research (co-developed course) STEM Learning Materials (co-developed course) Online course (other) Michigan Virtual University in association with Kent State University. K-12 Teaching in the 21st Century. Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). Role facilitator. (http://www.mivu.org/mooc). University Of Zimbabwe ( ) Undergraduate courses taught (University of Zimbabwe) The development and use of texts: Focus on theoretical and practical skills for the local production of texts using microcomputers and related technologies (focus on elementary school education). ( ). Learning and development through play and information technologies in early childhood environments. (1998 & 2000). Instructional Technology (secondary teacher education program): ( ); ( ) Graduate courses developed and taught (University of Zimbabwe) Computer Literacy: Computer literacy considered in historical perspective and in relation to other literacies (e.g. print and television literacy). ( ; ). Educational Technology Foundations. Theoretical ideas on learning and development, 3

4 perception theories, and communication theories that inform the practice of Educational Technology. ( ; ). Communication Technologies. The goal of the course is to examine the educational impact of new technologies, and in particular satellite-based communication technologies and the Internet. ( ). Research Methods and Statistics ( & ). Graduate courses taught (University of Zimbabwe) Psychological Foundations of the Curriculum: Psychological theories that have influenced curriculum planning, development and evaluation (Graduate course: ). Methods and products of selected curriculum development projects in Zimbabwe. ( ). Undergraduate Courses taught at Michigan State University (Graduate Teaching Assistant) Reflections on Learning: Teacher Education program (Fall Fall1996) Foreign Language course (Shona): Center for African Studies ( ) Curriculum Development From January 1984 to July 1985 I was a curriculum development specialist with the Ministry of Education in Zimbabwe. Our team was responsible for designing science kits as well as writing and editing textbooks for teaching science in poor rural areas. The books produced by the project are listed under the list of publications under the joint authorship of the Zimbabwe Secondary Schools Science Project (ZimSci). Secondary School Teaching From December 1980 until December 1983 I was a Physics and Mathematics teacher at Harare High School. I left on transfer to join the Zimbabwe Secondary School Science Project team. ACADEMIC ADVISING AT MICHIGAN TECH Masters Students Research Project Completed 1. Tracy Hunter, Supporting learning of Navajos students through ethnomathematics 2. Eric Abbott, The effect of eastern Kentucky fires on local air quality and personal health 3. Daniel Kilpela, The effect of modeling instruction on students learning on a Newtonian force concept, R. Douglas Damery, An Investigation of the Effect of Using Data Collection Technology on Students Attitudes to Science Instruction, Marguerite Parino. Utilizing the "Engineering the Future" Curriculum as a Social Skills Training Device for Emotionally Disabled Students, Denise Payment. Controversial Topics in the Classroom: An Investigation of Teaching Strategies and Instructional Environments for Promoting Critical Thinking in a Middle School Earth Science Curriculum,

5 7. Kimberly Samson. A Model for the Effective Design of Field-Based Courses- Analysis of Pre-Course and Post-Course Test Results from the Geology of Utah's National Parks Course for Years 1999 to Paula McElroy. Integrating Social Studies into an Earth Science Soil Analysis Unit: A Historical Impact Study, Nicole Olszowy. Improving learning by connecting Chemistry to student s experiences 10. Jennifer Carlson. Effect of Theme-Based, Guided Inquiry Instruction on Science Literacy in Ecology 11. Debra Zolynsky. Motivating Students to Become Scientifically Literate through Inquiry, Charles Schepke. A qualitative study using Michigan Keweenaw Peninsula s paleomagnetic past as a resource for teaching secondary science, Melissa Maxson. Teaching water quality through inquiry, Jennifer Toivenen, Using GIS and Inquiry to teach hominid evolution, 2004 Doctoral committees (committee member) 1. Klawiter, M. K-12 science teacher professional development strategies: content enrichment and lesson design, classroom implications, and evaluation, Engelmann C. Investigation of strategies to promote effective teacher professional development experiences in earth science, Robert Folk. Then a miracle occurs: digital composition pedagogy, expertise, and style, Thomas Henry. Reflexivity in developmental writing, Karen Springsteen, Approaches to diversity: multimodality and representational 6. ethics in Making our Mark, Jeannie Patrick. Not your mother s Latinas: film representations for the new millennium, KatherineVandeBrake. Through the back door: Melungeon literacies and 21 st century technologies, 2005 Masters committees (completed) 1. Kari Luckett 2. Angela Ernstes 3. Rebecca Joyce 4. Dawn Kahler 5. Claudia Witt 6. Micholas Grabemeyer 7. Joshua Ermestes 8. Jennifer Finta 9. Yonee Bryant Kuiphoff 10. Joseph Heflin 11. Michele Svoboda 5

6 12. Tony Schwaller 13. Sarah Storm 14. Sarah, van Baale 15. Eric Ruckert 16. Vuctoria McPeak 17. Karen Koethe 18. Yan Liu 19. Jennifer Lovell Krebs 20. Amy Muzzarelli 21. Angela Teubert 22. Megan Palen 23. Marek Ulicny, I directed over 20 Masters research projects and theses at the University of Zimbabwe prior to joining Michigan Technological University. FACULTY GOVERNANCE/PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES/SERVICE Michigan Technological University Committee on Academic Tenure, Promotion and Reappointment, Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences, 2009, and current. University Senate (since 2012) Committee on Academic Tenure, Promotion and Reappointment, College of Sciences and Arts ( ) Graduate Faculty Council ( ) Dean Review Committee, 2012 Chair Evaluation committee, Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences 2012 Chair search committee, Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences 2014 University of Zimbabwe Coordinator, Diploma in Educational Technology Program, University of Zimbabwe, Faculty Higher Degree Committee, University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Education Planning Committee, University of Zimbabwe, University of Zimbabwe, Senate, RESEARCH GRANTS Case studies of youth-adult transitions Amount: $13,000 Awarded July Sponsor: Research Excellence Fund, Michigan Technological University 6

7 Role: Principal Investigator GSE/RES Removing Barriers to Success: Reducing Gender Differences in 3-D Spatial Skills (phase 1) Amount: S462,397.51, October 1, September 30, 2009 Sponsor: National Science Foundation. (Role Initially co-pi and later PI) Improving Teacher Quality Educators Professional Development Institute Series (EPDIS) Physical Sciences Physics and Chemistry. Amount: 196,557, May 1, 2009-September 30, Sponsor: Michigan Department of Education (Role: co-pi) Michigan Teacher Excellence Program (MITEP): A Model for Improving Earth Science Education Nationwide. Amount : $3,986,101, Jan Sponsor: National Science Foundation.(Role: Internal evaluator) Enhancing Active Learning: an Inquiry-Based Laboratory in Bimolecular Chemistry. Amount: $149,409.00, January 2009-December Sponsor: National Science Foundation. (Role: co-pi) CPATH CDP: Integrating Sustainability Into Undergraduate Computing Education. Amount: $160, July 1, 2008-June 30, 2011 Sponsor: National Science Foundation. (Role: co-pi) Optimizing the Interdisciplinary Course: Introduction to Electrical Engineering (EE) for Non- EE Majors. Amount: $493,000.00, September 1, 2004-August 31, 2009 Sponsor: National Science Foundation. (Role: co-pi) External Projects Project: Teacher-Leader Quality Program in Roosevelt School District, , Sponsored by: New York State Education Department Western Upper Peninsula Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education Project: Rethinking Mathematics Instruction, Dates: Sponsored by: Michigan Department of Education. Horizon Research, Project: Assessing the impact of mathematics and science partnerships. Evaluation of the professional development for teachers of Earth Science. July CURRENT RESEARCH AND ASSOCIATED PUBLICATIONS Book manuscript in preparation: Ideology and control: Coming of age in 20th century Zimbabwe (The research has been supported through the Research Excellence Fund, Michigan Tech) 7

8 Science textbooks Zimbabwe Secondary Schools Science Project Team Publications 1. ZimScience Project Team (1987). Secondary School Science Study Year 1-2. Harare: Longman Publishing. 2. ZimScience Project Team (1987). Secondary School Science Study Year 3-4. Harare: Longman Publishing. Monographs Hungwe, K. (1994). Educational policy in African colonial contexts: the case of instructional media in Southern Rhodesia ( ). African Study Monographs, 15: Peer reviewed journal publications and book chapters Forthcoming: 1. Innovations in school reform: Technology and the impact on curriculum and teaching. In Anne Mungai (ed.) School reform in high need schools: Teaching the next generation. Sense publishers. Published 2. Murthy, P., Thompson, M., & Hungwe, K. (2014) The Development of a Semester-long, Inquiry-Based Laboratory Course in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Journal of Chemical Education. DOI: /ed400119u 3. Hungwe, K., Sorby, S., Molzon, R., Charlesworth, P. & Wang, M. (2014. Supporting the development of spatial visualization in middle grades and high school students. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. DOI: /JWomenMinorScienEng Hungwe, K. (2013). The youth demographic: opportunity and challenge for developmental planning: a Zimbabwe case study. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 3 (6): Engelmann, C, Klawiter, M. & Hungwe, K. (2013). Modified lesson study professional development program. In Susan B. Koba, Brenda S. Wojnowski & Robert E. Yager (eds.). Exemplary Science: Best Practices in Professional Development, Revised 2 nd edition. NSTA Press. 6. Hungwe, K. (2012). Identity, self-interpretation and workplace change: An investigation of the work activity of machining. Journal of Adult Development, 19: Hungwe, K. (2010). Designing online learning environments for professional development. In Myint Swe Khine & Issa Saleh (Eds.). New Science of Learning: Cognition, Computers and Collaboration in Education (pp ). New York: Springer. 8. Hungwe, K., Sorby, S. & Drummer, T. (2007). Preparing K-12 Students for Engineering Studies by Improving 3-D Spatial Skills. International Journal of Learning 14(2), Parolini, L., Sorby, S. & Hungwe, K. (2006). Developing 3-D Spatial Skills for K-12 Students. Engineering Design Graphics Journal, 70 (3),

9 10. Hungwe, K. (2007) Language policy in Zimbabwean education: historical antecedents and contemporary issues. Compare, 33, Natsa, A & Hungwe, K. (2006). Language teachers' conceptions of literacy in Zimbabwean secondary schools. Journal of language and learning. 4, Hungwe, K. (2005). Narrative and Ideology: Fifty years of filmmaking in Zimbabwe. Media, Culture and Society, 27: Hungwe, K. (2003). Methods and media in teaching. In F. Zindi, M. Nyota & R. Batidzirayi (Eds.) Improving teacher preparation: Teaching practice guide (pp ) Harare: University of Zimbabwe. 14. Hungwe, K (2002). Emergent Literacies: Raising questions about the place of computer technologies in education and society. Zambezia, 29 (2), Hungwe, K. (2001). Narrative and Ideology: Fifty years of filmmaking in Zimbabwe. In M. T. Vambe (Ed.). Orality and cultural identities in Zimbabwe, pp Gweru: Mambo Press. 16. Hungwe, K. (2000). Breaking the silence: Fax transmissions and the movement for multiparty democracy in Malawi. In A. De Vaney, S. Gance & Y. Ma (eds.) Technology and resistance: Digital communications and new coalitions around the world, pp New York: Peter Lang. 17. Hungwe, K. & Hungwe, C. (2000). Essay Review. Africa Works: Disorder as political instrument. Zambezia, 27 (1), Smith, J. P. & Hungwe, K. (1998). Conjecture and verification in research and teaching: Conversations with young mathematicians. For the Learning of Mathematics, 18(3), Hungwe, K. (1994). A decade of science education in Zimbabwe: Nationalist vision and post-colonial realities. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 26(1), Hungwe, K. (1992). Film in post-colonial Zimbabwe. Journal of Popular Film and Television 19(4), Hungwe, K. (1992). Issues in computer oriented innovations in Zimbabwean education. In S. Grant Lewis & J. Samoff (Eds.) Microcomputers in African Development: Critical Perspectives. Boulder: Westview. 22. Hungwe, K. (1991). Southern Rhodesia propaganda and education films for peasant farmers ( ). Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 19(4), Hungwe, K. (1989). Computers and cognition: Conflicting views. Bulletin of he Associate College Centre, 25 (2), Hungwe, K. (1989). Culturally appropriate media and technology: A perspective from Zimbabwe. TechTrends 34(1), Hungwe, K. (1988). Innovation in science education in Zimbabwe. In C. Chikombah, E. Johnston, A. Schneller & J. Schwille (Eds.). Education in the new Zimbabwe. East Lansing: Michigan State University. 26. Hungwe, K. (1988). Equality of access to audiovisual resources in Zimbabwe. In C. Chikombah, E. Johnston, A. Schneller & J. Schwille (Eds.). Education in the new Zimbabwe. East Lansing: Michigan State University. 9

10 Published Conference Proceedings & Abstracts 1. Hungwe, K. The youth demographic: Opportunity and challenge for developmental planning: A Zimbabwe case study. Abuja International Conference on Education August, FCT Education Resource Center, Abuja-Nigeria (Keynote address) 2. Archer, G. & Hungwe, K., & Mounsey, L. (2010). New directions in engineering education: The development of a virtual lab course in electronic circuits at Michigan Technological University. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education conference. June 20-23, 2010, Louisville, Kentucky 3. Sorby, S., Hungwe, K. & Drummer, T. Is mental rotation the foundation of spatial skill. Proceedings of the Conference on Research and Training in Spatial Intelligence. Hotel Orrington, Chicago, July 13-15, Sorby, S., Drummer, T. Molzon, R. Hungwe, K. (2007). Effective strategies in developing 3- D spatial skills among K-12 students. In J. Duff (ed, ). Proceedings of the 61 st Midyear Design Graphics Division.San Diego, California. 5. Hungwe, K., Zekavat, R & Archer, G. (2006). Gender Perspectives on the Optimization of the Interdisciplinary Course Curriculum Introduction to Electrical Engineering for Non- Majors Accepted for presentation at the American Society for Engineering Education conference, June 18-21, Chicago, Sorby, S., Drummer, T., Hungwe, K., Parolini, L. & Molzan, R. (2006). Preparing for engineering studies. Improving 3-D spatial skills of K-12 students. Proceedings of the 9 th international conference on engineering education. San Juan, Puerto Rico, July 23-28, Parolini, L, Sorby, S. & Hungwe, K. Developing 3D spatial skills for K-12 students. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Conference (Engineering Design and Graphic Division). Ft. Luderdale, Florida, December 3-6, Zekavat, S. A., Hungwe, K. & Sorby, S. An Optimized Approach for Teaching the Interdisciplinary Course Electrical Engineering for Non Majors. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education conference, Portland Oregon, June 12-15, Sorby, S., Drummer, T., Hungwe, K., & Charlesworth, P. Developing 3-D Spatial Visualization Skills for Non-Engineering Students, Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education conference, Portland Oregon, June 12-15, Hungwe, K. Transitioning to Algebra: A case study in the development of mathematical competence in the middle school. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal April 11-15, Hungwe, K. Literacy, pedagogy and globalization: The search of quality and relevancy in Zimbabwean Education. Paper presented at the 48 th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Conference, Salt Lake, Utah, March 9-12 March, Zekavat, S. A., Sandu, C. Archer, G. & Hungwe, K. An Evaluation of the Teaching Approach for the Interdisciplinary Course Electrical Engineering for Non Majors. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education conference February 2-6, 2004, Biloxi, Mississippi. 10

11 13. Hungwe, K. Whose Line is it Anyway?': Learning to be a Pupil in First Grade Classrooms. Paper presented at the 84 th Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, April 21-25, Hungwe, K, Reflections on workplace and adult learning: A teacher educator's search for 'big' ideas. Paper presented at the 84 th Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, April 21-25, Hungwe, K. & Beach, K. The development of knowledge during the transition to computerized technologies in the machining trades. Presented as part of a structured poster session Sociocultural Studies of Development and Learning at Work at Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, Hungwe, K & Smith, J. P. Intuition in Education: the case of rational number concepts. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, Smith, J. & Hungwe, K. Evolving expertise with rational numbers. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, L.A Hungwe, K. A decade of science education in Zimbabwe: Nationalist vision and postcolonial realities. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Society conference, University of Pittsburgh, Mar , Hungwe, K. (1988) The cost-effectiveness of distance education. In R. Grant (Ed.) The Education Crisis in Zimbabwe: What distance education? (pp ). Harare: University of Zimbabwe. 20. Hungwe, K. (1990). Southern Rhodesia films for peasant farmers: propaganda or education? Proceedings of the Regional Conference on Oral Traditions. Harare: OTAZI/UNESCO. Abstracts and presentations at non-refereed conferences 21. Gochis, Emily, Rose, William, Hungwe, Kedmon 3, Klawiter, Mark F., Mattox, Stephen, Petcovic, Heather, and Miller, A. Promoting geoscience skills and content knowledge by integrating field-based earthcaches into teacher professional development. GSA 47th Annual Meeting (2-3 May 2013). Abstract. 22. Engelmann, CA, Waite, GP, Huntoon, JE, K Hungwe, K. (2011). Using Visualization of Seismic Waves in Teaching Earth Science Informed by Cognitive Science Research. AGU Fall Meeting Abstract 23. Engelmann, CA, Rose, WI, Huntoon, JE, MF Klawiter, MF, K Hungwe, K. (2010). AGU Fall Meeting. MiTEP's Collaborative Field Course Design Process Based on Earth Science Literacy Principles. Abstract 24. Huntoon, JE, Engelmann, CA, Guth, A., Hungwe, K., CL Wojick, CL. (2009). A Method For Designing Effective Professional Development Experiences For Teachers. Portland GSA Annual Meeting. Abstract. 11

12 25. Hungwe, K., Schourek, K. & Wario, T (2003). An "Engineering" Graduate Program for Inservice Teachers. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Michigan Science Teachers Association, Grand Rapids, MI, March 13-15, Hungwe, K, Kohn, W. & Kohn, A. (1999). The MEDical Information COmmunity (MEDICO) program: A Telehealth Project for Improved health education and communication using Internet technologies. Paper presented at the Health Informatics in Africa (HELENA) conference. University of Zimbabwe Medical School, 29 November -2 December Hungwe, K. The development of resource materials for early childhood education in African contexts. Paper presented at the Regional Conference on Early Childhood Education in Higher Education. Kadoma, Harare, Zimbabwe, February 5-6, Hungwe, K. Globalization and the role of computer technology in Zimbabwean education. Brown bag lecture series, Michigan State University, April, Hungwe, K. Computers in Zimbabwean Education. Paper presented at the Computer Education Group Biennial Conference, Nottingham University, UK April 1992 (Invited presentation). 30. Hungwe, K. Using instructional technologies in special education. Annual Conference of the Schools Psychological Services, Ministry of Education, Zimbabwe, Hungwe, K. (1988). The use of visual aids in oral historical research. Paper presented at a workshop of the Oral Traditions Association of Zimbabwe (OTAZI), Harare, Queen Victoria Museum. Book reviews & and online working papers 32. The Sociocultural Research Group. Michigan State University (1995). Review of H. M. Collins Artificial experts: Social knowledge and intelligent machines. Mind, culture and activity, 2(1), pp Hungwe, K. (1999). Review of Louis Nell s Images of yesteryear: Filmmaking in Central Africa. Zambezia, 26. (also available online at: 34. Hungwe, K. & Hungwe, C. Interview with Ben Zulu - African Movies and the Global Mainstream, African cinema: a new series of reviews, criticism and theory Hungwe, K. Book Review - Images of Yesteryear: Film-making in Central Africa. African cinema: a new series of reviews, criticism and theory Hungwe, K. Fifty years of film-making in Zimbabwe, African cinema: a new series of reviews, criticism and theory Hungwe, K Interview with Michael Raeburn: Independent Filmmaker. African cinema: a new series of reviews, criticism and theory Hungwe, K. (Editor). African cinema: a new series of reviews, criticism and theory. (with contributions from K. Gichau, & M. Mhando) 12

13 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE American Educational Research Association. Discussant for the session: Creating a Professional Identity Within Career and Technical Education. Vancouver, Canada, Member of the American Psychological Association Panel on Women with Disabilities in STEM Education (WWDSE). (2012) Co-chair and Convener, International Conference on Research and Training in Spatial Intelligence, Hotel Orrington, Chicago, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, June 13-15, I wrote the grant proposal, organized, and co-chaired the international conference. Proposal reviews: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), 2014 Reviewed journal submissions for: Science Education Journal for Research in Mathematics Education Internet, Processes, Systems, and Interdisciplinary Transactions Journal of Psychology in Africa American Educational Research Association Annual Conference Compare Comparative and International Education Review International Journal of Learning Journal of Media and Communication Studies 13

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