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1 ACADEMIC BACKGROUND Julie L. Bergeron, Ph.D. Louisiana State University in Shreveport Doctor of Philosophy Louisiana State University Major Field: Curriculum and Instruction Emphasis: Reading Dissertation Title: Effective Literacy Instruction in the Elementary Grades Master of Education Louisiana State University Major Field: Curriculum and Instruction Emphasis: Reading Bachelor of Science Louisiana State University Major Field: Elementary Education Minor Field: Psychology PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES Louisiana State University in Shreveport, Shreveport, LA August Present Assistant Professor August 2006 Present Director of Graduate Education Programs First Baptist Church School, Shreveport, LA July 1999 May 2005 Head of School Caddo Parish Schools, Shreveport, LA August May 1999 Curriculum Coordinator, Riverside Elementary August July 1997 Teacher of Academically Gifted, Shreve Island Elementary Pointe Coupee Parish Schools, New Roads, LA August May 1994 Itinerant Teacher of Gifted (K-12) August May 1990 Itinerant Teacher of Gifted (K-12) August May 1985 Kindergarten/Elementary Teacher August May 1979 Kindergarten/Elementary Teacher State of Louisiana, Department of Education, Baton Rouge August June 1991 Master Teacher/Evaluator LaTIP/LaTAP Ascension Parish Schools, Donaldsonville, LA January May 1976 Elementary Teacher 1

2 1. Publications a. Articles in refereed journals Bergeron, J.L., Nolan, R.F., & Dai, Y. (2010). Implementing a school-based mentoring program. Schooling, 1(1), p b. Others Bergeron, M. J. L. (2004). Effective literacy instruction in the elementary grades. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA (Published by UMI Dissertation Services/ProQuest). Garrison, L., Krug, K., Bergeron, J., & Ray, R. (2009) Working condition survey: A closer look at the perspectives of current school leaders from four Louisiana school districts. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana Board of Regents. A research report prepared for the Louisiana Board of Regents and available online at: Burns, J.M., Qualitative State Research Team, Noell, G.H., Gansle, K. A., (2009). Value added teacher assessment model: A bold step forward in preparing, inducting, and supporting new teachers. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana Board of Regents. A research report prepared for the Louisiana Board of Regents and available online at: 2. Other scholarly/creative/artistic contributions a. Member of Louisiana State Department of Education Value-Added Qualitative Research Team 2007 present b. Poster Presentation at Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, HI ( 2007, January). Effective literacy instruction in the elementary grades. c. NCATE Poster Session Display- Feb on School of Education Graduate Programs at NCATE site visit on LSUS campus 3. Papers presented at professional meetings a. National and International Bergeron, J., & Nolen, R. (2009, March). The effect of mentoring on social behavior and self-esteem. 22 nd Annual International Mentoring Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV. Bergeron, J., & Nolen, R. (2008, April). It takes a village: Developing positive traits in at-risk students through community mentoring. International Mentoring Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV. 2

3 3 b. State and Regional Burns, J., & Bergeron, J. (2009, November). Using a value-added assessment to examine the effectiveness of teacher preparation programs who prepare new math teachers. Louisiana Science Teachers Association & Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics Joint Conference. Shreveport, LA. Ray, R., Garrison, L., & Bergeron, J. (April, 2009). Louisiana Leaders Fellows Program: Lessons learned in creating an intensive, one-year educational leadership program. Paper presented at the meeting of the Louisiana Council of Professors of Educational Administration, Shreveport, LA. Bergeron, J. (2006, April). Effective literacy instruction in the elementary grades. Transformations: Teaching, Leading, and Research in Challenging Times, Louisiana State University in Shreveport, Shreveport, LA. c. Accepted for (Future) Presentations Bergeron, J., Jackson, R., & Garrison, L. (2011, April). Cultivating effective leaders and supportive partners. Conference within a Conference (NAESP and NCPEA). Tampa, FL. Garrison, L., Jackson, R., & Bergeron, J. (2011, April). Factors affecting school leadership: A closer look at the perspectives of current school leaders from four Louisiana school districts. Conference Within a Conference (NAESP and NCPEA). Tampa, FL. 4. Awards, prizes, lectureships which show recognition of scholarly/creative achievement Fulbright Memorial Fund Fellowship, Three week study in Japan Christa McAuliffe Fellowship for Louisiana, 1996 (Funded a $26,000 after school tutorial program at local public elementary school) 5. Contributions to juried or refereed publications (e.g., editorships, associate editorships, refereed) Peer reviewer for Urban Education (2010) have reviewed three submissions 6. Grants and contracts a. Grants funded Garrison, L., Krug, K., Bergeron, J., & Ray, R. (2009). Districts Conditions Study Subgrant. Louisiana s Governor s Office, Louisiana Board of Regents, Louisiana

4 Department of Education, and University of Louisiana System Partnership of The Wallace Foundation, $20,000. (Fully funded). Bergeron, J., & Ray, R.L. (2008) Louisiana Leader Fellows Pilot Program. Louisiana s Governor s Office, Louisiana Board of Regents, Louisiana Department of Education, and University of Louisiana System Partnership of The Wallace Foundation, $45,000. (Fully funded). Bergeron, J., Jean-Perkins, R., Johnson, E. L., Le Malle, K., McKee, L., Sheppard, P. (2009) Perception of Student Teachers of Their Teacher Preparation Program, Subgrant of the Wallace Foundation Louisiana Value-Added Qualitative Research Team, $5000 (Fully funded). Campus Federal Teaching Enhancement Fund 2007,2008, 2009 ($500 each year) b. Grant assistance Worked with team of educators from Caddo and Bossier Parish to develop curriculum for redesigned Gifted Education concentration (MEDCI) c. Grant proposals submitted Bergeron, J., Easley, L., Banks, S., & Wade, C. (2010). Enhancement of Pre-Service Training for Secondary Science Teachers Using a Dual Enrollment Site. Submitted to Board of Regents for Traditional Enhancement Program for $52, Teaching activities a. Courses taught ED 704 Educational Research Methods (Fall, Spring 2005 present) ED 798 Master s Project (Fall 2005-Spring 2010) ED 705 Philosophy of Education (Fall 2005, Spring 2006) ED 206 Basic Statistics (Summer 2010) ED 690 Special Topics in Education (Fall 2010) ED 790 Problems in Education (Spring, Summer 2010) b. Alternate Assignments 1) Fall 2006 present: Director of Graduate Programs, School of Education. (Download of one course beginning in 2006) 2) Fall present: Louisiana State Value-Added Qualitative c. Master s Projects Directed 89 graduate students on their Master s Project (in lieu of a thesis) from Fall 2005-Spring d. Advising Advise approximately 75 students per semester. 4

5 e. Course/Program Development Summer 2010 Developed basic educational statistics course; instrumental in having course adopted as prerequisite for Research Methods course Spring 2010 present One of four faculty members responsible for implementing the Louisiana Schools Turnaround Specialist Program to area principals from four area parishes as result of grant awarded to LSUS( ) from the Louisiana Department of Education Louisiana Leader Fellows Program Developed and submitted proposal for a program to attract and select candidates to participate in a full-time, accelerated educational leadership program. LSUS proposal was selected as one of two programs to be funded. Ten teacher leaders from across Louisiana were selected to participate in the intense 13-month program. The delivery of the program curriculum utilized interactive technology-based instruction as well as building and district level field experience as part of the learning process. Involved in selection of candidates, training of mentors for both programs, development of program delivery, and developing experiences for candidates on district level involving community partners in the grant Program ReDesign Master of Education in Curriculum/Instruction Worked with educators in area to restructure the program of study for teachers of the academically gifted. Using the standards from the National Association of Gifted Children (NAGC) and the Council of Exception Children (CEC), a strong graduate program was developed to prepare area teachers to work with academically gifted students. New courses were developed and old courses were redesigned. Field experiences were developed and assessments aligned with standards present Course Updating/Alignment with Standards Redesigned syllabi for courses taught and those in which serve as Instructor of Record to align with standards. Designed rubrics to match required standards. f. Student Teacher/ Intern Supervision. g. Supervision of Turnaround Principals (2010) 5 h. Professional development and training 1) Curriculum training a. SREB Module, Using Data for School Improvement (2010) Atlanta, GA b. Partnership for Leaders in Education, Darden School of Business and Curry School of Education, University of Virginia (2009, November). Recruiting and Selecting Effective School Turnaround Leaders. c. Louisiana School Turnaround Specialist Program (2009, September) Module I, Baton Rouge, LA d. Louisiana School Turnaround Specialist Program (2009, September) Module II, Baton Rouge, LA e. Train the Trainer, North Louisiana Seminar,

6 Shreveport, LA - Wallace Foundation (2008) f. Audited Undergraduate and Graduate Statistics Courses (Psyc 216, ED 490, Psyc 716) to develop course for School of Education 2) Workshops attended a. National SAM Innovation Project: Instructional Leadership Time (2010, April) b. North Louisiana Aspen Ideas Mini Festival (K-12) Educational Summit sponsored by the Community Foundation & Alliance for Education (2010, February) c. Leadership Conference, Alliance for Education, (2010), Shreveport, LA. d. Leadership Conference, Alliance for Education (2009) Shreveport, LA. e. SREB Educational Leadership Module Series Louisiana Mentor Module, 2008 f. Educational Leadership Institute (2008), LA Department of Education, Baton Rouge, LA 3) Technology training and integration a. TaskStream Accountability Management System (2009), LSUS, Shreveport, LA b. Learning to Teach Online (2008), LSUS c. Quality Matters Peer Review Training (2008) d. Course Management Systems i. MOODLE (2006) ii. Blackboard (2005) i. Professional conferences attended 1) Wallace Foundation National Conference. Educational Leadership: An Agenda for School Improvement, Washington, DC. (2009, October) 2) 3 rd Annual Cecil J. Picard Educator Excellence Symposium & Celebration, Baton Rouge, LA (2009) 3) 22 nd Annual International Mentoring Association Conference (2009), Las Vegas, NV. 4) 21 st Annual International Mentoring Association Conference (2008), Las Vegas, NV. j. Professional memberships 1) Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development 2) Delta Kappa Gamma, ) International Reading Association 4) Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education, Chapter Secretary ( present) 5) Louisiana Council of Professors of Education Administration 6) Phi Delta Kappa International 7) The Society of Phi Kappa Phi 6

7 k. State Committees 1) Stakeholder Project Team for the Wallace Foundation ( ) 2) Selection Committee Louisiana Leader Fellows Program (2008) 8. Public service a. Workshops presented Louisiana Mentor Training. (2008, September). Louisiana Educational Leaders Fellows Program, Louisiana Department of Education. Baton Rouge, LA.. b. Service in community organizations Women s Philanthropy Network, present Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts, 2005 c. Judge Regional Social Studies Fair (2007- present) d. Local schools 1) Caddo Parish Public Schools Corrective Action Plan Member present 2) Inservices for the Philippine teachers, Caddo Parish, ) Mentoring- Queensborough Elementary School ( ), Midway Professional Development School ( ) 4) Midway PDS Advisory Committee ( ) 7

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