DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT
JULY 1, 1999-JUNE 30, 2000
Instructor’s Manual for Integrating Technology into Teaching. Prentice-Hall, August 1999.
Cunningham, Patricia M., Moore, Sharon A., Cunningham, James, W. & Moore, David W. Reading and Writing In Elementary Classrooms. 4th Ed Longman, 2000.
Cunningham, Patricia M., Moore, Sharon A., Cunningham, James, W. & Moore, David W. Teachers in Action. Longman, 2000.
Phonics They Use. 3rd Ed. Longman, 2000.
Cunningham, Patricia M. and Dorothy P. Hall. Guided Reading the Four Blocks Way. Carson-Dellosa, 2000.
Big words for big kids: The morphology link to meaning and decoding. Promoting literacy in grades 4-9. (2000): 282-294. Allyn & Bacon,.
With James W. Cunningham, Karen A. Erickson, Stephanie A. Spadorcia, David A. Koppenhaver, Daved E. Yoder, Michael C. McKenna. Assessing decoding from an onset-rime perspective. Journal of Literacy Research, 31, (1999): 391-414.
With James W. Cunningham. How Erica reads and what Erica needs. 48th NRC Yearbook, (1999): 180-183.
W. Gräber, P. Nentwig, T. Koballa, R. Evans (Hrsg.): Scientific Literacy. Der Beitrag der Naturwissenschaften zur Allgemeinen Bildung. (Scientific Literacy: The Value of Science in General Education) Opladen: Leske + Budrich 2000 ISBN 3-8100-2733-2
R. Evans, T. Koballa: Scientific Literacy - Die Umsetzung in die Schulpraxis (Scientific Literacy – Transformation into School Practice) in W. Gräber, P. Nentwig, T. Koballa, R. Evans (Hrsg.): Scientific Literacy. Der Beitrag der Naturwissenschaften zur Allgemeinen Bildung. (Scientific Literacy: The Value of Science in General Education) Opladen: Leske + Budrich 2000
Counseling: A Comprehensive Profession (4th edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. 2000
History and philosophy of professional counseling. In H. Hackney (Ed.), Practice issues for the beginning counselor (pp. 23 – 38). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon. 2000
Basic counseling skills: Nine essentials. (40 minutes). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (videotape). 1999
Chapter 14: Play Therapy in Thompson, C.L. & Rudolph, L. Counseling Children. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole. 2000.
Instructor’s Manual for Thompson & Ruldolph’s Counseling Children (2000).
Student Manual for Thompson & Rudolph’s Counseling Children. (with E. Leach & K. Cooke)
Have completed three book reviews of professional textbooks this year. Also reviewed a CD of primary source materials that is being developed by a book company.
Electronic Portfolio Development. In D.G. Brown (Ed.) Teaching with Technology. (2000): 206-208. Bolton, MA: Anker.
“Assessing K-12 Schools’ Use of Writing to Learn as a Tool for Reform. In Assessing Writing Across the Curriculum.” Charles Duke, Rebecca Sanchez, Eds., (June, 2000): 202.. Carolina Academic Press.
Disenfranchising, demeaning & demoralizing divorced dads. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 31, (1999): 139-177.
College students with divorced parents: Facts & Fictions. College Student Journal, 30, (1999): 542-573.
Creating a women’s studies internships program. Journal of Feminist Connections, 35, (1999): 116-117.
Stepmothers: why so much stress? Journal of Divorce & Remarriage. 30, (1999): 115-148.
Weight, self esteem & eating disorder in black & in white undergraduate females College Student Journal, forthcoming summer issue. 2000.
Redmond, Mary Lynn
“Storytelling and Science,” Teaching K-8. 30, No. 7, (April 2000): 48-49.
“Integrating African-American Life Stories and Biographies into the Elementary Curriculum”, Tarheel News. Fall. (1990): 10.
“DVD-Video Classroom Applications” North Carolina Educational Technology Conference, Greensboro, NC-December 1999
“DVD-Video Classroom Applications” Kentucky Teaching and Learning Conference, Louisville, KY-March 2000
“Classroom Applications for DVD-Video” (3 hr. workshop) National Educational Computing Conference, Atlanta, GA- June 2000
Multilevel phonics activities that transfer to reading and writing. Southeastern Regional IRA Meeting, Little Rock, Arkansas, November 19, 1999.
With Richard L. Allington. Classrooms that work for all children. Southeastern Regional IRA Meeting, Little Rock, Arkansas, November 20, 1999.
With Dorothy P. Hall. Four blocks literacy framework: Instruction, implementation and issues. National IRA meeting, Indianapolis, April 30, 2000.
Using the Creative Arts and Groups. Arkansas ASGW Group Conference,
Jonesboro, AR, June 2000.
Expectations and Realities in Counseling, Lenior-Rhyne College Chi Sigma
Iota Initiation, Hickory, NC, May 2000.
The Counselor in Context: Assessing Development in the Circles of Life.
University of Montevallo Counseling Conference, Montevallo, AL., April
Humor in Counseling, American Counseling Association World Conference,
Washington, DC, March, 2000.
Creative Arts in Counseling, American Counseling Association World
Conference, Washington, DC, March 2000.
Making Groups Work: Leadership Skills. North Carolina Counseling
Association Convention, Charlotte, NC, February, 2000.
Transitions in Groups: Getting from Here to There. Association for
Specialists in Group Work National Conference, Deerfield Beech, FL:
Family Counseling: Fantasies and Realities. All-Ohio Counseling
Conference, Columbus, OH, November 1999.
Creativity in Counseling. Fourth National Conference Association
of Counselor Education and Supervision. New Orleans,
LA, October 1999.
Using the Creative Arts in Counseling, Johns Hopkins University Summer
School Course, July 1999.
A Constructivist Approach to Assessing Children and Adolescents: ACA (international)
Grouping to Transform Schools: ASGW (national)
Transitions in Groups: ASGW (national)
SCAMPER: ACES (national)
Group Times: NCCA (state)
Magical Musings: NCSCA (state)
McCoy, L. P. (1999, September). Cars, Critters, and Barbies: Hands-On Ratio and Proportion. Paper presented at School Science and Mathematics/ North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Greensboro, NC.
McCoy, L. P. (2000, April). Connections for the Future: Using the World Wide Web in Mathematics. Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
McCoy, L. P. (2000, April). Computer Skills and Instructional Activities of Student Teachers and Cooperating Teachers. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
“Visionary Poets,” NCTE. National Council of Teachers of English. New York, NY. March 17, 1999.
Newsome, D. W., & Henderson, D. A. (2000, March). A constructivist approach to assessing children and adolescents. Program presented at the annual conference of the American Counseling Association, Washington, D. C.
Henderson, D. A., & Newsome, D. W. (2000, February). Group times. Program presented at the annual conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association, Charlotte, NC.
Gladding, S. T., Henderson, D. A., and Newsome, D. W. (2000, January). Transitions in groups: Getting from here to there. Program presented at the annual conference of the Association for Specialists in Group Work, Deerfield Beach, FL.
Fletcher, A. C., and Newsome, D. W. (1999, November). Ethnic differences in associations between social network closure and antisocial behavior. Paper presented at the National Council on Family Relations, Irvine, CA.
International presentations: University of San Francisco, Quito, Ecuador Workshops for students & faculty on Fathers & Daughters: Research & Relationships
Attended conference: Southeastern Women’s studies association. Spring, 2000
Paper accepted for national conference. National Women’s Studies Association Conference Workshop & paper: Fathers & Daughters: Research & Teaching. June 2000
Redmond, Mary Lynn
“Standards in the K-8 Foreign Language Classroom: A Sampler of Lessons,” American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Dallas, TX, November 20, 1999.
“New Visions in Foreign Language Education” (panelist), American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Dallas, TX, November 20, 1999.
“Bringing the National Standards into the K-8 Foreign Language Classroom,” Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC, October 29, 1999.
Paper, Connecting the Elementary Social Studies and Language Arts Curriculums Through the use of African-American Children's Literature, presented at the NCTE/NCSS Joint Conference, July 15, 1999, Washington, DC.
Paper, Defining the Common Good While Teaching the Five Themes of Geography, presented at the National Council for the Social Studies 79th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, November 19, 1999.
Paper, Hands on Social Studies, presented at the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies 30th Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC, February 18, 2000
Instructional Multimedia Advisor for Special Education Services Reading Initiative, South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice (ongoing)
Pioneer New Media Technologies, Pioneer Mentor Team: 1997-current
Kankakee, Illinois 2 days
Albuquerque, New Mexico 6 days
Columbia University 1 day
Ferguson-Florissant, Missouri schools 2 days
Illinois summer bridges program 1 day
Editorial Review Board, School Science and Mathematics Journal
Editorial Board, Journal of Technology in Counseling
Editorial Board, Journal of Activities in Psychotherapy Practice
Associate Editor, Journal of Poetry Therapy
Editorial board member of Journal of Counseling and Development
President-elect of North Carolina Counseling Association
Post-secondary vice-president of North Carolina School Counselors Association
Treasurer of North Carolina Association for Specialists in Group Work
Referee, Teaching Children Mathematics
Referee, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School
Referee, Mathematics Teacher
National Faculty: Covington, TN, July, 1999, 1 week
National Faculty: Melbourne, AR, July, 1999, 1 week
Children’s Literature in Education, Editorial Board
North Carolina English Association, Representative to NCTE Board of Directors
Tidewater Writing Project, 2 days
Research consultant for Dr. William W. Purkey and Dr. Nicholas A. Vacc, Counselor Education, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Conducted data analyses using SPSS with data collected from 2000 students in Eastern North Carolina and prepared a report summarizing the results. Inferential statistical analyses will be conducted during the spring and summer of 2000.
Amount of time involved: 60-80 hours
Redmond, Mary Lynn
Reviewer for Foreign Language Annals, published by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, 1994-Present
Reviewer for Learning Languages, published by the National Network for Early Language Learning, 1997-Present
Reviewer for Dimension, published by the Southern Conference on Language Teaching, 1998-Present
Co-Chair, Political Action and Advocacy Committee, National Network for Early Language Learning, 1998-Present.
Board Member, State Council of the Alliance for Language Learning, 1997-Present
Chair, Committee for Florence Steiner Award for Leadership in Foreign Language Education (K-12), Given by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, 1999.
Foreign Language Methodologist, State of South Carolina, Columbia College, June 7-10, 2000
Duplin County Schools, 5 days, March – April, 2000.
“Bridging the Foreign Language Gap from High School to College: Truth or Consequences?”, full-day workshop for 16 school districts, Northwest Regional Center,
Wilkesboro, NC, November 4, 1999
Editorial Board, Theory and Research in Social Education, a referred research journal for the National Council for the Social Studies
Editor, The Association of Teacher Educators of North Carolina's Newsletters
Board of Directors, Association of Teacher Educators-North Carolina
Board of Directors, North Carolina Council for the Social Studies
President-Elect, African-American Social Studies Educators, a National Council for the Social Studies affiliate
Vice-President, Association of Teacher Educators-North Carolina
Programs of Excellence Coordinator, North Carolina Council for the Social Studies
Chair, North Carolina Professors of Social Studies Education Service Award Committee
Consultant for Winston-Salem Forsyth County School's African-American Infusion Project, approximately five hours a month
$18,750 Interaction of personal and collective self-efficacies in science education. Fulbright Scholar Program.
$6,700.00 Teaching Mathematics in the Delta. Spencer Foundation
$25,000 National Writing Project. US Department of Education
$39,000 Model Clinical Teaching Network. NC Board of Education