Curriculum Vita for Brian Edward Kinghorn, Ph.D.

EDUCATION

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Ph.D. Educational Psychology and Educational Technology, 2013
Dissertation Title: Gaps in Science Content Knowledge Identified During Teaching Practice: A Study of Early-Career Middle-School Science Teachers.

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY-HAWAII
B.A., Magna Cum Laude, Psychology, 2001

RICKS COLLEGE (BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY-IDAHO) 
A.A.S., General Studies, 1999.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

UNIVERSITY INSTRUCTION

Assistant Professor Aug 2015-present
Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundations, Marshall University, Huntington, WV

Visiting Assistant Professor Sept. 2013-Aug. 2015
Department of Psychology, Brigham Young University-Hawaii, Laie, HI

Adjunct Instructor Jan 2012-May 2013
Binda School of Education & School of Arts and Sciences,The Robert B. Miller College, Battle Creek, MI

Graduate Instructor (Instructor of Record) Aug. 2005-May 2006; Aug. 2007-May 2008
Departments of Teacher Education and Counseling, Educational Psychology, & Special Education,Michigan State University, E. Lansing, MI

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Advisor, Sep. 2014-June 2015, BYU-Hawaii Undergraduate Ed Psych Research Group
Conducted research on preservice science teachers’ views of curriculum as an authority figure and the roles of informational and normative conformity when teachers conform to curriculum with incorrect content.

Principal Researcher, May 2014-June 2015, BYU-Hawaii Psychology of Social Media Project
Examined the effects of a Psychology of Social Media course on students’ perceptions of and plans for future use of social media.

Research Consultant Aug. 2008-present (Graduate Assistant Aug. 2006-Aug. 2008)
MSU & WestEd, Ralph Putnam & Ted Britton, PI’s
Conducted and analyzed observations and interviews of early-career secondary science teachers for an NSF funded nation-wide study of the needs of science and mathematics teachers in their
induction years. Co-authoring papers based on the research.

Graduate Assistant, Jan. 2006-Dec. 2007
MSU, Michelle Williams, PI
Developed and implemented lesson plans and teacher PD for two 5th grade units on heredity in WISE. Collected and analyzed classroom video, teacher interviews & assessment data, and researched relevant literature. www.wise.berkeley.edu

PROGRAM MANAGEMENT & TRAINING (SCIENCE EDUCATION)

Founder/Executive Director, Mar. 2009-present
Junior Science World
Develop, market, and present inquiry-based elementary school science assemblies and fundraiser events.

Science Kit Consultant, Aug. 2012-Aug. 2013
Battle Creek Area Math & Science Center, Battle Creek, MI
Conducted teacher in-service professional development training throughout Michigan for K-7 kit-based science inquiry units.

Science Content Specialist, Jan. 2012-May 2013
The Robert B. Miller College, Battle Creek, MI
Observed and assessed elementary education interns’ classroom science teaching.

General Manager (Founding), Dec. 2004-July 2005
ActiveKids Ltd., Hong Kong, China
Hired and trained instructors and staff. Directed operations for and conducted Science Adventures after school science clubs, camps, parties, and stage shows. Developed and implemented culturally appropriate curriculum materials.

Curriculum/Program Trainer, Aug. 2003-Dec. 2004; July 2005-Aug. 2009
Champions Science Adventures
Traveled to U.S. Air Force bases, Hong Kong, associate program sites, and KinderCare facilities to model science program implementation and conduct staff training.

Science Camp Site-Coordinator, Summer: 2003 & 2004
Science Adventures, California & New York
Coordinated all operations for week-long science day camps for up to 60 K-6 students. Scheduled and facilitated class rotations for multiple instructors, resolved concerns, and ensured a fun and safe learning environment.

Curriculum Trainer, Sep. 2002-Dec. 2004
Science Adventures, San Francisco, CA
Conducted monthly science club and yearly summer camp curriculum training for instructors in three Northern CA regions.

Administrative Assistant, Sep. 2002-Dec. 2004
Science Adventures, San Francisco, CA
Conducted new-hire orientations. Observed and assessed instructors’ teaching. Managed science kit supplies and resolved supply issues.

PUBLICATIONS

REFEREED JOURNALS
Kinghorn, B. E. (2014). Elementary school teachers learning science content through teaching. Teacher Education & Practice, 27(2-3), 424-444.

INVITED ARTICLES
Kinghorn, B. E. (2014, November). Developing and piloting a psychology of social media course. Observer, 27(9). http://www.psychologicalscience.org/index.php/publications/observer/2014/november-14/developing-and-piloting-a-psychology-of-social-media-course.html

OTHER REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Kinghorn, B. E. (in press). United Airlines: A case study in using social media to raise awareness and facilitate institutional change. The Amplifier Magazine (online).

Kinghorn, B. E. (2016, May 26). Why did #TheDress go viral and why did it happen so quickly? The Amplifier Magazine (online). Retrieved from https://div46amplifier.com/2016/05/26/why-did-thedress-go-viral-and-why-did-it-happen-so-quickly/

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Kinghorn, B. (2017). Teaching using social media: Insights from developing and teaching a psychology of social media university course. In P. Resta & S. Smith (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2017 (pp. 1664-1665). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). https://www.editlib.org/p/177446/

Kinghorn, B. E., & Britton, E. D. (2016, April). Content needs of early-career secondary science teachers. Proceedings of the 2016 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, D.C.
http://www.aera.net/DesktopModules/NOAH_Common/Dialogs/DownloadRepFile.aspx?docID=1062101&Version=1&fileExtension=.pdf

Kinghorn, B. E., & Peterson, J. (2016, April). Preservice elementary teachers’ obedience and conformity to errors in science curriculum. Proceedings of the 2016 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, D.C. http://www.aera.net/DesktopModules/NOAH_Common/Dialogs/DownloadRepFile.aspx?docID=1060611&Version=1&fileExtension=.pdf

Kinghorn, B. E., Putnam, R. T., & Wong, E. D. (2012, April). Early-career middle school science teachers learning science through teaching: Strategies for recognizing content knowledge gaps. Round table paper presented at the 2012 annual meeting of the American Educational Researchers Association (AERA), Vancouver, BC.
http://www.aera.net/DesktopModules/NOAH_Common/Dialogs/DownloadRepFile.aspx?docID=534533&Version=1&fileExtension=.pdf

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Kinghorn, B. E., & Wilson, P. L. (2017, May). Mitigating the distraction effects of handheld devices in the university classroom through incorporating their use into daily lesson plans. In C. A. Bjornsen (Chair). The times they are a-changin’ us: Living and learning in the age of social media. Symposium conducted at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science (APS), Boston, MA.

Kinghorn, B. (2017, March). Teaching using social media: Insights from developing and teaching a psychology of social media university course. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE), Austin, TX.

Kinghorn, B. E., & Wilson, P. L. (2016, May). The effects of examining social media as an amplifier of prosocial and antisocial human behaviors in a university course. In B. E. Kinghorn (Chair), Amplification effects of social media on prosocial and antisocial behaviors. Symposium conducted at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science (APS), Chicago, IL.

Kinghorn, B. E. & Britton, E. D. (2016, April). Content needs of early-career secondary science teachers. Paper accepted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, D.C.

Kinghorn, B. E., & Peterson, J. T. (2016, April). Preservice elementary teachers’ obedience and conformity to errors in science curriculum. Round table paper presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, D.C.

Kinghorn, B. E., & Wilson, P. L. (2015, May). Undergraduate psychology of social media course improves students’ perceptions and value of social media. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Sciences (APS) Annual Conference, New York, NY.

Kinghorn, B. E., Cabeza, H., Ram, T., Fuluvaka, N., Fuller, B., & Gatoloai-Dahl, D. (2015, May). Conformity to curriculum in elementary science teaching: Preservice teachers view curriculum as a powerful authority figure. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Sciences (APS) Annual Conference, New York, NY.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2014, October). Classroom practices that facilitate or hinder learning science content through teaching. Poster presented at the Advances in Educational Psychology Conference (AEPC) of Division 15 of the American Psychological Association (APA), Fairfax, VA.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2014, May). Relationships between middle-school science teachers’ prior knowledge and their knowledge gaps. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Sciences (APS) Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Kinghorn, B. E., Putnam, R. T., & Wong, E. D. (2012, April). Early-career middle school science teachers learning science through teaching: Strategies for recognizing content knowledge gaps. Round table paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Researchers Association (AERA), Vancouver, BC.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2008, March). Elementary school teachers’ learning of science content through teaching. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Baltimore, MD.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2005, May). The wacky science show. Stage performance presented at The Parents’ Journal 4th Education Expo and Family & Home Show, Hong Kong.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2004, October). Fantastic physics and slime time. Seminar presented at the Association of Christian Schools International Educator Convention, Sacramento, CA.
REGIONAL/LOCAL PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Kinghorn, B. E. (2017, November). Helpful tips for engaging your students/trainees. Accepted session the Association for Talent Development West Virginia Chapter bi-annual State Conference.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2017, August). Teaching using social media: Insights from developing and teaching a psychology of social media university course. Session presented at the Marshall University iPED Conference, Huntington, WV. http://www.marshall.edu/ctl/files/2017-iPed-Conference-Abstracts.pdf

Kinghorn, B. E. (2016, August). Baby steps to inquiry: Strategies for implementing inquiry in your classroom tomorrow. Session presented at the Marshall University iPED Conference, Huntington, WV. http://www.marshall.edu/ctl/?page_id=2322

Kinghorn, B. E. (2014, February). Baby steps to inquiry: What can I do tomorrow to begin implementing inquiry in my classroom? Session presented at the Brigham Young University-Hawaii International Symposium on Learning and Teaching, Laie, HI.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2012, October). Learning science content through teaching practice. Session presented at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Area Conference, Louisville, KY.

STUDENT ADVISEE PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES

Ram, T., Gatoloai-Dahl, D., & Garcia, A. (2015, May). Informational and normative conformity in elementary science teaching: Preservice teachers view curriculum as a powerful authority figure. Research presented at the University of Hawaii at Manoa Undergraduate Research Conference in Psychology, Honolulu, HI.

Ram, T., Fuluvaka, N., Fuller, B., & Peterson, J. (2015, April). Informational and normative conformity in elementary science teaching: Preservice teachers view curriculum as a powerful authority figure. Research presented at the Chaminade University Psychology Student Research Conference, Honolulu, HI.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Kinghorn, B. E. (2015, April 16). Examining slacktivism on the anniversary of #bringbackourgirls. NewspaperGirl. Retrieved from http://www.newspapergrl.com/examining-slacktivism-on-the-anniversary-of-bringbackourgirls

Kinghorn, B. E. (2001). Sunset beach. Kula Manu: BYU-Hawaii Literary Journal, 20, Brigham Young University-Hawaii: Laie, Hawaii.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2001, April). Starlight of the eternities. Hokuloa, The Morning and Evening Star: An Honors Journal of Thought and Ideas, 4(3), 3, Brigham Young University-Hawaii: Laie, Hawaii.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2000, November). Pardoning the pardoner in the pardoner’s tale. Hokuloa, The Morning and Evening Star: An Honors Journal of Thought and Ideas, 4(1), 1-2, BrighamYoung University-Hawaii: Laie, Hawaii.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2000). The greater unconformity. Kula Manu: BYU-Hawaii Literary Journal, 43, Brigham Young University-Hawaii: Laie, Hawaii.

Kinghorn, B. E. (2000, March). Sunset beach. Hokuloa, The Morning and Evening Star: An Honors Journal of Thought and Ideas, 3(3), 2, Brigham Young University-Hawaii: Laie, Hawaii.

Kinghorn, B. E. (1995, May 11). Sunrise on a crisp winter morn. The Rexburg Standard Journal, p. 3B.

FELLOWSHIPS

MSU Graduate School Research Enhancement Fellowship ($1000), 2011

MSU CEPSE Dept. Dissertation Research Development Fellowship ($1175), 2011

Entrepreneurial Faculty for the 21st Century University Fellowship (EF21U) awarded by
MSU’s James Madison College ($5000), 2008-2009

Departmental Fellowship ($3000), awarded by MSU’s CEPSE Department, 2005-2006
GRANTS

Quinlan Endowment for Faculty Travel Grant ($247) awarded by Marshall University
Faculty Senate, Feb. 2017

Quinlan Endowment for Faculty Travel Grant ($500) awarded by Marshall University
Faculty Senate, May 2016

INCO Faculty Development Grant ($600) awarded by Marshall University Faculty
Senate, May 2016

INCO Faculty Development Grant ($600) awarded by Marshall University Faculty
Senate, April 2016

Research Travel Awards ($600) awarded by MSU’s College of Education, 2008, 2011

Small Research Training Grant ($1000) awarded by the Spencer Foundation, 2007

SCHOLARSHIPS

Rumsey-Monson Scholarship. Awarded by the Church Educational System of the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints ($1000), 2009-2010

Full Academic Scholarship awarded by BYU-Hawaii, 1999-2001

Psychology and Music Departmental Scholarships at BYU-Hawaii, 1999-2001

Presidential Scholarship (2 years full tuition) at Ricks College (BYU-Idaho), 1995

HONORS/AWARDS

Nominated for the Pickens-Queen Teacher Award at Marshall University, 2017

Invited “Newer Faculty Panel” member for the Marshall University New Faculty Orientation, 2016, 2017

Nominated and selected for the “Real Men Rock” campaign representing the Calhoun County Child Abuse/Neglect Prevention Council, 2013

Nominated and selected for an Alumni Spotlight in the BYU-H Alumni Newsletter, 2011

Research Travel Awards ($600) awarded by MSU’s College of Education, 2008, 2011

Graduated Magna Cum Laude, BYU-Hawaii, 2001

Graduate of the BYU-Hawaii Honors Program, 2001

Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, International Honor Society for Junior Colleges, 1999

First place (Div V) in the Idaho Federation of Women’s Clubs’ State Poetry Competition, 1995

2nd place Literature Div. of Idaho State PTA Reflections Contest, (1st place at local and district levels), 1994

Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America, 1994

ACADEMIC SERVICE/LEADERSHIP

Graduate Program Committee Chair, COEPD, Marshall University, Aug. ’17-present

State Steering Committee member, Project Learning Tree-WV, Mar. ’17-present

Social Media Officer, SITE Social Media SIG, Mar. ’17-present

University Physical Facilities and Planning Committee Member, Marshall University
Apr. ’16-present

Graduate Program Committee Member, COEPD, Marshall University, Sept. ’16-Aug. ‘17

Sky Fest Organizing Committee Member, Marshall University, Feb. ’17-May ‘17

Intuit Design for Delight Challenge Faculty Advisor, Marshall University,
Mar. ’17-Apr. ‘17

Minority Faculty Fellow Search Committee Member, COEPD, Marshall University,
Oct. ’16-Apr. ‘17

Educational Foundations Search Committee Member, COEPD, Marshall University
May ’16-Apr. ‘17

Recognition Committee Member, COEPD, Marshall University, Oct. ’15-Sept. ‘16

Advisory Board Member, Center for Learning & Teaching, BYU-H, Sept. ‘13-Aug. ‘15

Faculty Panel Discussant, Symposium on Learning & Teaching, BYU-H, Feb. 2014

Member, Education Advisory Committee, Miller College, 2012-2013

Volunteer, Michigan Science Olympiad State Tournament, 2010

Editor in Chief, Hokuloa (Honors Journal), BYU-H, 2000-2001

Member, Honors Council, BYU-H, 2000-2001

Secretary, English Circle, BYU-H, 2000-2001

Treasurer, Kiwi Club, BYU-H, 2000-2001

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT

Educational Psychology and the Developing Learner (EDF 280/201), Marshall (10
sections)

Introduction to Science for Elementary Educators (CI 248), Marshall (2 sections)

Psychology of Social Media Honors Seminar (HON 480), Marshall (2 sections)

Child/Adolescent Development in Schools (EDF 218), Marshall (8 sections)

General Psychology (PSYC 111), BYU-Hawaii (6 sections, 1 online)

Developmental Psychology (PSYC 210), BYU-Hawaii (5 sections)

Psychology of Social Media (PSYC 390R), BYU-Hawaii

Cultural Psychology (PSYC 357), BYU-Hawaii (3 sections)

Educational Psychology (PSYC 402), BYU-Hawaii (2 sections)

Student Research (PCYC 496R), BYU-Hawaii (2 sections)

Science for Teachers I (EDUC 320), Miller College

Science for Teachers II (EDUC 321), Miller College (2 sections)

Research Methods (SCIE 330), Miller College (2 sections)

Reading and Researching Scientific Journals (EDUC/SCIE 315, Online), Miller College

Science Methods for Elementary Education (TE 401/2), MSU (2 sections)

Reflections on Learning (TE 150), MSU (4 sections)

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DEVELOPED

Psychology of Social Media (online): West Virginia Remote Online Collaborative Knowledge System (WVROCKS). Creating an online version of my course for the WV Regents
program.

Educational Psychology and the Developing Learner (EDF 201): Marshall University
A study of psychological principles for learning and teaching based on children’s emotional, social, cognitive, and physical development.

General Psychology (Psyc 111, Online): BYU-Hawaii
Translated the face to face course into an online course for the department.

Educational Psychology (Psyc 402): BYU-Hawaii
An exploration of educational psychology principles facilitated through students teaching one another in class, group debriefs reflecting on the teaching, and observing teaching and learning in varied contexts throughout the university and community.

Psychology of Social Media (Psyc 390R): BYU-Hawaii
An exploration of the psychological impacts of technology and social media on information processing/learning, social interactions, education, and marketing/branding.

Science for Teachers I-II (EDUC 320-321): Miller College
Redeveloped the elementary science methods courses to include the framework for the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Common Core and to establish continuity between the science content and science teaching/learning methods covered in the two semester course.

COMMUNITY SERVICE/LEADERSHIP

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS church): 2001-present
Service in lay leadership positions has included counseling and assisting the local lay bishop in congregations of up to 200 active members; coordinating philanthropic and instructional activities; working with youth; coordinating the efforts of local and full-time missionaries; coordinating emergency preparedness efforts; and coordinating community service efforts including: emergency response and clean-up efforts following a microburst that hit Battle Creek, MI, May, 2011; and tornado clean-up efforts by LDS church members in Battle Creek, MI, June, 2010.

Boy Scouts of America (BSA):
Charter Organization Representative for pack 315, troop 314, and post 314 chartered by the LDS Church in Battle Creek, MI Aug. 2012- Sep. 2013
Adult leader for BSA troop 315 in Battle Creek, MI, July 2007- July 2009
Advancement leader for BSA participants in Hong Kong, 2005

Classroom Volunteer (Community Action Head Start Doris Hale Center), 2012-2013.

Coordinated a group of volunteers to assist with the set-up and take down of the Battle Creek Michigan Cereal Festival (http://www.bcfestivals.com) in 2009 and 2010.

Volunteer English language tutor for Chinese immigrants in San Francisco, CA, 2002

Volunteer full-time missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Michigan Lansing Mission, Jan. 1996-Jan. 1998

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Current Membership
Association for Psychological Science (APS)

Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education (SITE)

Past Membership

American Psychological Association (APA)Division 15: Educational Psychology

American Educational Researchers Association (AERA)

National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST)

Michigan Science Teachers Association (MSTA)

COMMUNITY SERVICE/LEADERSHIP

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS church): 2001-present
Service in lay leadership positions has included counseling and assisting the local lay bishop in congregations of up to 200 active members; coordinating philanthropic and instructional activities; working with youth; coordinating the efforts of local and full-time missionaries; coordinating emergency preparedness efforts; and coordinating community service efforts including: emergency response and clean-up efforts following a microburst that hit Battle Creek, MI, May, 2011; and tornado clean-up efforts by LDS church members in Battle Creek, MI, June, 2010.

Boy Scouts of America (BSA):
Wolf Den Leader for pack 62 in the Buckskin Council in Huntington, WV
September 2017-present
Charter Organization Representative for pack 315, troop 314, and post 314
chartered by the LDS Church in Battle Creek, MI Aug. 2012- Sep. 2013
Adult leader for BSA troop 315 in Battle Creek, MI, July 2007- July 2009
Advancement leader for BSA participants in Hong Kong, 2005

Classroom Volunteer (Community Action Head Start Doris Hale Center), 2012-2013.

Coordinated a group of volunteers to assist with the set-up and take down of the Battle
Creek Michigan Cereal Festival (http://www.bcfestivals.com) in 2009 and 2010.

Volunteer English language tutor for Chinese immigrants in San Francisco, CA, 2002

Volunteer full-time missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Michigan Lansing Mission, Jan. 1996-Jan. 1998

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

CERTIFICATIONS

Project Learning Tree PreK-8 & Early Childhood facilitator certification, April 2016

Project WET facilitator certification at WV DEP, Feb 2016

Science Unit Trainer for the following BCAMSC Science Units: KPS1, KPS2, 1LS,
2PS, 2ES, 3PS2, 4ES, 5PS, & 6ES1, 2013

College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Tutoring Certification at Regular,
Advanced, and Master levels, 2001

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES

CITI SBE Stage 2 Refresher Course, Marshall, Fall 2015

Blended Learning Course at BYU-Hawaii, Fall 2014

CITI Social & Behavioral Research Investigators/Mentors Course, BYU-Hawaii, Spring
2014

Deep Change Leadership Course taught by Robert E. Quinn, BYU-Hawaii, Spring 2014

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ATTENDED

APS Annual Conference, Boston, MA, May 2017

SITE Annual Conference, Austin, TX, March 2017

APS Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, May 2016

NARST Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, April 2016

AERA Annual Conference, Washington, DC, April 2016

APS Annual Conference, New York City, NY, May 2015

Advances in Educational Psychology Conference, Fairfax, VA, Oct. 2014

APS Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 2014

AERA Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC, April 2012

NARST Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, March 2008

AERA Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, April 2006


LOCAL/REGIONAL CONFERENCES ATTENDED

iPED Conference, Marshall, Aug. 2017

iPED Conference, Marshall, Aug. 2016

iPED Conference, Marshall, Aug. 2015

BYU-Hawaii Symposium on Learning and Teaching, Feb. 2015

BYU-Hawaii Symposium on Learning and Teaching, Feb. 2014

NSTA Area Conference, Louisville, KY, October 2012


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS

West Virginia Foster and Adoptive Care Training, June 2017

Quality Matters: Independent Improving Your Online Course, Marshall, Spring 2017

Writing Winning NSF Grant Proposals, Marshall, 31 Mar. 2016

Writing Winning Grant Proposals, Marshall, 31 Mar. 2016

Advising II: Informational Components of Advising Workshop, Marshall, 11 Mar. 2016

Research Writing Boot Camp, Marshall University, Spring 2016

Advising I: Conceptual Components of Advising Workshop, Marshall, 5 Feb. 2016

Pedagogy and Technology Roundtable Workshop, Marshall, 21, Jan. 2016

Digital Measures Training workshop, Marshall, 20 Jan. 2016

TECI Training workshop, Marshall, 4 Dec. 2015

Teaching with Social Media workshop, Marshall, 9 Nov. 2015

Promotion & Tenure Orientation, Marshall, 6 Oct. 2015

Blackboard Learn Tool Overview workshop (online) at Marshall, 2 Oct. 2015

Pedagogy and Technology Roundtable Workshop, Marshall, 29, Sept. 2015

Using the Blackboard Gradebook workshop (online) at Marshall, 18 Sept. 2015

Completed Science Unit Training in 2013 for the following BCAMSC Science Units:

KPS1, KPS2, 1ES, 1LS, 2PS, 2ES, 3PS2, 4ES, 5PS, 6LS, & 6ES1

College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Tutoring Certification at Regular, Advanced, and Master levels, 2001.

OTHER RELEVANT TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Substitute K-12 Teacher, Kelly Educational Staffing, Battle Creek, MI, 2012- 2013

Science Instructor & Assembly Presenter, Science Adventures, June 2002-Dec. 2004

Private Academic Tutor, The Study, San Francisco, Nov. 2001-Dec. 2004

Elementary School Paraprofessional, High Gear Achievers, Inc., San Francisco, Oct. 2001- June 2002

Academic CRLA Certified Tutor, BYU-Hawaii Reading/Writing Center, Aug. 1999-June 2001

Academic Tutor, Ricks College Tutor Center, Rexburg, ID, Summer 1999

OTHER RELEVANT SKILLS

Technology
Proficient in and comfortable using technology (including quickly learning and implementing new and immerging technologies) for education, research, coordinating  and communication.

Learning Management Systems: Canvas, LaunchPad, Blackboard, Moodle, & Angel

Other Relevant Technologies/Programs: HyperResearch, Base Camp, FileMaker, End Note, Google Docs, Google Calendar, blogs, word processing (Windows Word, Open Office), Excel, PowerPoint, basic video and audio recording and editing, managing web pages, online curriculum development, Internet (for searching, communication, teaching, facilitating, etc.), Skype.

Photography
http://bktravelerphotography.blogspot.com