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1 Elizabeth Truesdell, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education Chair, Single Subject and Master of Science in Education Program Dominican University of California, San Rafael CA Phone: EDUCATION Ph.D. M.A. B.A. University of California, Santa Barbara Specialization in Instructional Leadership, Professional Development, and Organizational Science December 2005 University of California, Santa Barbara Specialization in Instructional Leadership and Organizational Science December 2003 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Department of English, 1995 Clear Credential, Secondary English, 1998 PROFESSIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2008 present Associate Professor, School of Education, Dominican University of California Teach Core, Pedagogical Preparation and Supervised Fieldwork courses in the Single Subject and Master s Program. Advise and supervise student teachers in the field Visiting Assistant Professor/Coordinator Curriculum & Instruction Program (C&I), School of Education, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo Taught the following courses: Curriculum Development, Instructional Methods, Educational Research Methods, Educational Foundations, Advanced Field Experiences in Education, Thesis or Project, Education, Culture and Learning. Coordinated the C&I Program, including recruiting, advising students and teaching courses. Developed the SMaTE emphasis (Science, Math and Technology Education) within the C&I Program. This entailed creating the course of study, working with faculty in the Math and Sciences Schools, publicizing the program, recruiting students, and serving as advisor. Served on Joint Graduate Group Committee for the Joint Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership. 1

2 Academic Coordinator, Joint Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership (JDP), University of California, Santa Barbara Served as the Program Coordinator between the Department of Education at UCSB and the College for Teacher Education at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Liaison for current and potential JDP students, including recruitment, financial support, retention, and placement. Coordination of academic offerings between UCSB and Cal Poly, including facilitating virtual classrooms. Outreach to school districts and educational organizations in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. Higher Education Liaison for Santa Barbara Unified School District Lecturer, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, University of California, Santa Barbara Taught graduate level courses: Case Study Research Methodology, Introduction to Qualitative Research, and Qualitative Interviewing Secondary Teacher, North High School, Bakersfield California Taught Forensics, Journalism, and World Literature. Wrote course of study and curriculum for Forensics and Journalism programs. Technical Advisor for Digital High School Project. Duties included leading mentor program and trouble-shooting technical issues in English classrooms in the district. Presented at state-wide teacher conferences. Elected Sophomore level lead teacher and collaborated with interdisciplinary teams. OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Writer/Reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel & CNI Newspapers Investigated, researched, wrote and edited feature, news and opinion articles for publications in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. Professional Service to the University 2 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXPERIENCE Governance and University Committees 2014 present PREC 2013 present Curriculum Task Force E-Portfolio Working Group Online Education Task Force

3 2012 present University Assessment Committee member Spring 2012 RPTP Oversight Committee member Faculty Affairs Committee member and Secretary Fall 2009 Curriculum and Educational Policy Committee member 2008 present Participation in Faculty Forum, represented the FAC Chair when necessary, Interview/Search Committee Spring/Summer 2014 Director of Ukiah Center, Department of Education Assistant to the Ukiah Director 2013/14 Two Counseling Psychology Assistant Professor Searches Spring 2012 Single Subject Credential Program Assistant Professor Search, Chair Spring 2013 Physics Assistant Professor Search Committee Member Spring 2013 Public Health Director Search Committee Member Intellectual and Cultural Life of the University Fall 2014 & Spring 2015 Facilitator of Instructional Technology Training for Department of Education Faculty Spring 2014 Presented at Faculty Academic Showcase Fall 2012 Faculty Development Presenter on the creation and use of student electronic portfolios Fall 2012 Presentation of Strategic Initiative Grant results Spring 2012 Revised RTP Policy in DUC Faculty Handbook Summer 2010 Attended Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities Conference Summer Institute in Asheville, North Carolina. Attendance included partnering with colleagues in the School of Health and Natural Sciences to develop a new Honors GE course focusing on service learning and the aquatic ecosystems of San Francisco Bay. Fall 2010 Served as Faculty Advisor for Education Vote Smart Team 2008 present Represent the School of Education at Graduate Information Sessions 2008 present Attend commencement and Spirit Week events Professional Service to the School Committee Membership Chair Masters Program Task Force Served on Service Requirement Sub-Committee for SECP Participated in TPA Training and Calibration Leadership Fall 2012 present Chair for the Single Subject (SS) Credential Program and Master of Science in Education Program 3

4 Responsibilities for SS Leadership: Devised and wrote new curricula for all SS required courses including all Practice and Reflective Pedagogy classes and Supervised Fieldwork classes. Supervise program faculty and university supervisors of student teachers Advise incoming and continuing students in the SS program Participate in all program chair meetings, including cofacilitating faculty retreats and student orientations Assist in the writing of Professional Program Documents to State agencies Complete yearly program assessment reports Ensure faculty assignments within the program, including hiring adjunct faculty as needed Build community partnerships with area schools and educational organizations Develop and manage program operating budget Responsibilities for Masters Leadership: Revise and edit all course curriculum and syllabi as needed Supervise program faculty Advise incoming and continuing students in the Master s program Institute hybrid and online course offerings Complete yearly program assessment reports Ensure faculty assignments within the program, including hiring adjunct faculty as needed Develop and manage program operating budget Developing new foci for the program such as Leadership and Policy & Change through chairing the Masters Program Task Force Spring 2012 present Integration of new educational technologies Modeling use of new technologies, including mobile white boards and student response systems Action research on changes to Using Technology in the Classroom course Planning and implementing professional development for faculty Attendance at CETPA Conference, Fall 2012 Attendance at Campus Technology Conference, Summer

5 Facilitated faculty training session on creating professional websites, August 2014 Service to the Community 2014 present Dominican Representative for Davidson Middle School, You- Niversity Project. Participated in college information fair for 6 th graders, March present Serve as Foundations Officer for Phi Delta Kappa Spring 2012 Coordinated a benefit concert for Daily Acts, a non-profit environmental group dedicated to sustainability programs designed for city and state governments, agencies, non-profits and residential areas in Sonoma County present Began partnerships with Petaluma High School and Casa Grande High School to provide music students a forum to participate in monthly community Open Mic Nites. Winter 2012 Coordinated a benefit concert for COTS, Committee on the Shelterless. COTS provides cost-effective programs to help homeless children and adults in Sonoma County Donate time and resources to the Petaluma Interfaith Food Pantry. The Pantry distributes food to those in need once a week. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MEMBERSHIPS 2013 present Phi Delta Kappa International 2011 present Association of Teacher Educators 2009 present Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Association for the Study of Higher Education California Educational Technology Professionals Association Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities 2006 present California Council on Teacher Education 2004 present American Educational Research Association, Teaching and Teacher Education SIG Proposal Reviewer National Writing Project Graduate Student Association, UC Santa Barbara Student Representative for Educational Leadership and Organizations Emphasis National Education Association National Council of Teachers of English Computer Using Educators 5

6 SCHOLARSHIP Publications: In Progress: Michaels, R.; Roshandel, S.; Truesdell, E.; Urbani, J. (Spring 2015). Assessing 21 st Century Skills Across Teacher Education Programs. In Progress: Brown, B.; Michaels, R.; Truesdell, E. (Fall 2014). Bringing 21 st Century Skills to Teacher Education Programs: A Collaborative Approach. Birch, R.; Truesdell, E. (Fall 2013). Integrating Instructional Technology into a Teacher Education Program: A Three-Tiered Approach. AILACTE Journal, Volume X. Brown, B.; Michaels, R.; Ray, L; Truesdell, E; Webster, R. (Spring 2013). CTC Program Assessment Document for Multiple and Single Subject Preliminary Credential Program Standards. Kujawa, E.; Roybal, S.; Peters, M.; Truesdell, E. (June, 2010). College-Prep-for- All Curriculum: Is it an Option for the North Bay? (Ed.) Research Report/Paper published by the North Bay Leadership Council, Petaluma, CA. Truesdell, E. (December, 2005). Way of Being, Not Doing: The Influence of an Innovative Writing Project on Teacher s Adaptation to Mandates. Dissertation, UC Santa Barbara. Presentations: Birch, R.; Truesdell, E. (October 2014). Integrating Instructional Technology into the Classroom: A Three-Tiered Approach. Paper presentation at The Teaching Professor Technology Conference, Denver, CO. Brown, B.; Michaels, R.; Roshandel, S.; Truesdell, E. (October, 2013). Bringing 21 st Century Skills to Teacher Education Programs: A Collaborative Approach. Panel/Symposium at the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, Chicago, IL. Truesdell, E. (August, 2013). Integrating Instructional Technology into a Teacher Education Program: A Three-Tiered Approach. Paper presented at the Association for Teacher Educators Summer Conference, Washington D.C. Brown, B.; Michaels, R.; Truesdell E. (February, 2013). Modeling Collaboration: Continuity Within and Among Teacher Education Programs. Paper presented at the Association for Teacher Educators, Atlanta, GA. 6 Birch, R.; Truesdell, E. (February, 2013). A Case Study Integrating Technology in Student Teaching Fieldwork. Paper presented at the Association for Teacher Educators, Atlanta, GA.

7 Truesdell, E. (February, 2012). Policy & Practice: The Influence of Participation in the Vote Smart Challenge on Teacher Credential Candidates, Roundtable Thematic session presented at the Association for Teacher Educators, San Antonio, TX. Kujawa, E.; Roybal, S.; Peters, M.; Truesdell, E. (June, 2010). College-Prep-for- All Curriculum: Is it an Option for the North Bay? (Ed.) Research Report/Paper presented to the North Bay Leadership Council, Petaluma, CA. Truesdell, E. (April, 2009). Organizational Science in Education: An Exploration of Teacher Leaders Experiences with Educational Stakeholders. Paper presented at 2009 AERA Conference in San Diego, CA. Truesdell, E. (April, 2007). Teachers Talk About Mandates: The Innovators and the Victims. Paper presented at 2007 AERA Conference in Chicago, IL. Truesdell, E. (February, 2007). An Issue of Academic Freedom: Balancing Innovation with the Standards. Paper presented at the Cal Poly Division of Graduate Studies in Education Winter Scholar s Reception. Truesdell, E. (April, 2006). Way of Being, Not Doing: The Influence of an Innovative Writing Project on Teacher s Adaptation to Mandates. Paper presented at 2006 AERA Conference in San Francisco, CA. Grants: CCTC Quest Grant applied for and accepted, Fall 2014 Assessing 21 st Century Skills Across Teacher Education Programs Amount $250 Submitted March 2014: National Science Foundation, Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program. Creating a Math/Science Education Minor at Dominican University of California. Amount: $300,000 Strategic Initiative Fund Grant applied for and accepted, 2011 Integration of Educational Technology in the Teaching Credential Program. Amount: $27, 200 Strategic Initiative Fund Grant applied for and accepted, 2011 Development of a Science Education Program at Dominican University of California. Amount: $10,000 7

8 Professional Support Grant applied for and accepted, 2010 Amount: $120 Assisted in writing the SENCER Post Institute Award, 2010 Amount: $2,956 Professional Support Grant applied for and accepted, 2009 Amount: $500 Professional Presentation/Conference Grant applied for and accepted, 2009 Amount: $500 Research Assistantship, 2004 Center for Educational Leadership Santa Barbara, CA Amount: Full Tuition Teaching Assistantships, 2003 UC Santa Barbara, CA History of Chicana/o Education, Sociology of Education Amount: Full Tuition Other Scholarship: Truesdell, E. (September 2011). Created for student teachers in the Single Subject Teaching Credential Program. Truesdell, E. (June, 2008). Central California Instructional Leadership Forum, 2.1. (Ed.) Santa Barbara, CA: University of California, Santa Barbara. Truesdell, E. (December, 2007). Central California Instructional Leadership Forum, 1.1. (Ed.) Santa Barbara, CA: University of California, Santa Barbara. Truesdell, E. ( ). SMaTE Program Brochure. Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, California. Truesdell, E. ( ). SMaTE Program Handbook. Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, California. Maintained Professional Clear Credential in Single Subject English for the State of California, (1998 present). 8

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