Teacher preparation, A Duncan

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OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR The California State University THE FIRST CSU CONFERENCE ON Community-Based Teaching & Research 2006
Conference at a Glance
FRIDAY, March 3, 2006
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Lunch (Dining Room)
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm Pre-conference Workshops
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Hotel Check-in (Lower Level Lobby)
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm Welcome Reception and Networking (Lower Level Lounge)
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Dinner (Dining Room)
7:45 pm - 8:30 pm Keynote Address (Auditorium)
7:45 am - 8:45 am Breakfast (Dining Room)
8:00 am - 10:00 am Conference Registration (Lower Lobby Lounge)
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FRIDAY, March 3, 2006
11:30 am
Conference Registration Begins (Lower Lobby Lounge)
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Lunch (Dining Room)
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm Pre-conference Workshops
WORKSHOP I: Publish What You Do: Practical Strategies for Combining Service Learning and Research HILLSIDE CENTRAL 1/2/3 Debra David, Director of the Center for Service Learning and Professor of Health Sciences, San Josй State University Maureen Rubin, Director of the Center for Community Service Learning and Professor of Journalism, CSU Northridge The explosion of interest nationally in service learning and its impact on students and communities provides an important research opportunity for faculty who utilize service learning in their courses. This highly interactive workshop will teach participants how to design a course syllabus that complements either a pedagogical or discipline-based research agenda.
9:00 am - 10:00 am Panels - Session 1
10:00 am - 10:30 am Refreshment Break (Lower Lobby Lounge)
10:30 am - 12:00 pm Panels - Session 2
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch (Dining Room)
1:15 pm - 2:45 pm Panels - Session 3
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Panels - Session 4
Conference Ends
11:30 am
4:00 pm
Political Science San Marcos
MultiCultural Studies Pomona
Health Education San Francisco
Art Northridge
Sociology Long Beach
Child Development Programs Sacramento
Kari Knutson-Miller Child & Adolescent Studies Fullerton
Urban and Regional Planning Pomona
Chemistry and Biochemistry San Francisco
Nancy Jean Smith Teacher Education Stanislaus
This material is based upon work supported by the Corporation for National and Community Service under Learn and Serve Grant No. 03LHHCA003. Opinions or points of view expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the Corporation or Learn and Serve America.
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Why Don't We Do More Participatory Research? Randy Stoecker, Associate Professor
WORKSHOP III: Grant Funding and Logic Models:
Corey W. Johnson, Assistant Professor of Recreation and Leisure Studies and Faculty Fellow of the Center for
of Rural Sociology and Research Associate in Community and economic development, University of Wisconsin
Common Ground
Community Engagement, CSU Long
Jeannie Kim-Han, Director of the Center for Internships and Service Learning, CSU Fullerton Projects and programs involving community partners can be supported by funding from a variety of sources including private foundations, corporate grants, and state and federal programs. This workshop will explore the range of opportunities for grants to support community work and will focus on logic models as an approach to program design and accountability. WORKSHOP IV: Practical Approaches to Qualitative (and Integrated) Research Methodology, Design, and data analysis AUDITORIUM Eli Lieber, Co-Director of the Fieldwork and Qualitative Data Research
Malcolm Finney, Associate Professor of Linguistics and Faculty Fellow of the Center for Community Engagement, CSU Long Beach Beth Manke, Associate Professor of Human Development and Faculty Fellow of the Center for Community Engagement, CSU Long Beach Pat Rozee, Director of the Center for Community Engagement and Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies, CSU Long Beach Carina Sass, Associate Director of Community Partnerships and civic engagement, Center for Community Engagement, CSU Long Beach This workshop is designed for faculty who desire to become engaged with the community in a way that unifies their teaching, research, and public service. Panelists will map out a natural pathway of commu-
7:45 am - 8:45 am Breakfast Dining Room 8:00 am - 10:00 am Conference Registration Lower Level Lobby 9:00 am - 10:00 am PANELS Session 1 PANEL 1 HILLSIDE EAST 1/2 student learning Outcomes: Career Prep and Broader Outcomes Moderated by Corey Johnson, CSU Long Beach Student learning outcomes for Students of Management: Overcoming Client Inertia ­ Joe Duncan, Cal Poly Pomona The Value of Service Learning for ESL Teacher Preparation
Josй Calderon
Vivian Chavez
Paula DiMarco
Marc Flacks
Susan Gomez
Hollie Lund
Pete Palmer
PANEL 16 HILLSIDE WEST 1/2/3 Social Justice: Community Health Moderated by Hollie Lund, Cal Poly Pomona Classroom and Community-Based Scholarship: Nutrition Students Learn Spanish ­ Susan Algert, Cal Poly Pomona ­ Douglas Lewis, Cal Poly Pomona Integration of Tribal Governments in the National Emergency Response and Homeland Security Infrastructure: A Community Collaboration of Academia, Government and Private Entities ­ Louise S. Gresham, San Diego State ­ Susan Cheng, Doctoral Student, San Diego State Leaving a Lasting Legacy: Teaching Program Evaluation to a Migrant and Seasonal Farm Worker Community in California's Central Valley ­ Suzanne Kotkin-Jaszi, CSU Fresno Predictors of Functional Status: A Longitudinal Study--Recruiting Subjects ­ Linda D. Wilkin, CSU San Bernardino
Conference Ends
4:00 pm
­ Janet Eyring, CSU Fullerton ­ Juan Carlos Gallego, CSU Fullerton ­ Nathan Carr, CSU Fullerton Keeping Students on the Right Path: How Service Learning Helps Affirm the Career Choice of Social Work Students ­ Amy Levin, CSU Northridge Service Learning in Counselor Education: Success Stories and Pitfalls ­ John Winslade, CSU San Bernardino PANEL 2 HILLSIDE CENTRAL 1/2/3 Community Impacts: Social and Economic impacts Moderated by Ward Thomas, CSU Northridge The Economics of Community Action: Cost-Benefits Analysis of Local Public Policy ­ Greg Hunter, Cal Poly Pomona How to Increase the Visibility of ServiceLearning Projects ­ Amy Q. Liu, CSU Sacramento ­ Ernest Cowles, CSU Sacramento ­ Co-authors: Otis Scott, CSU Sacramento Joseph Sheley, CSU Sacramento Frank Whitlatch, CSU Sacramento Charlotte Cook, CSU Sacramento Manuel Barajas, CSU Sacramento Accessing the Efficacy of a Change in the Delivery System for Economic Benefits to Communities of Disadvantaged Californians ­ Rich McCline, San Francisco State PANEL 3 GARDEN VISTA Teacher Preparation: Math and Science Moderated by Nancy Jean Smith, CSU Stanislaus--Stockton Campus Tomorrow's Scientist: A Service-Learning Model for Achieving Competence and Confidence in Science Teaching--Does It Work? ­ Virginia Oberholzer Vandergon, CSU Northridge An Earth Science Version of Tomorrow's Scientist at California State University, Northridge ­ Elizabeth Nagy-Shadman, CSU Northridge Harnessing Children's Analogies about Blood Circulation as Cultural Capital for Responsive Teaching of Science for English language learners ­ Nancy Pelaez, CSU Fullerton Gift of Numbers: An Early Field Experience for Mathematics Elementary Teachers ­ Greisy Winicki-Landman, Cal Poly Pomona PANEL 4 HILLSIDE WEST 1/2/3 Social Justice: Gender and GenderRelated Violence Issues Moderated by Susan Algert, Cal Poly Pomona Local and International Service-Learning Projects in Sociology Courses at CSU, Chico ­ Laurie Wermuth, CSU Chico ­ Rachel Kinney, Student, CSU Chico Finding a Needle in a Haystack: Recruiting Difficult-to-Reach Populations from the Community ­ Courtney Ahrens, CSU Long Beach Action Research to Address Gender- and Sexuality-Based Violence ­ Talia Bettcher, CSU Los Angeles Girls in the Juvenile Justice System: Managing Their Personal Front ­ Connie Ulasewicz, San Francisco State
10:00 am - 10:30 am 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Refreshment Break Lower Level Lounge PANELS Session 2
PANEL 5 HILLSIDE EAST 1/2 Student Learning Outcomes: Working with Children Moderated by Susan Gomez, CSU Sacramento Program Theory: A Framework for Promoting Collaborative Measurement of Intended and Actual Service-Learning Outcomes for Students, Faculty, and Community Partners ­ Joannie Aguayo, CSU Northridge Collaborating for Quality Improvement in Community-Based Early Childhood Education Centers and Graduate Student Professional Development ­ Jan Fish, CSU Northridge Service Learning Involving Children: Guidelines for Success Plus an Empirical Examination of Two Courses ­ Tasha R. Howe, Humboldt State Jumpstart Program and Its Impact on At-Risk Children's Literacy Skills ­ Shu-Chen Yen, CSU Fullerton The Effects of Service Learning on College Student Development in the Jumpstart Program ­ Amy Lukianov, CSU Fresno
PANEL 6 GARDEN VISTA Community Impacts: Surveys and Census Moderated by Rich McCline, San Francisco State research methods through CommunityBased Research ­ Corey Cook, San Francisco State Implementing a Community Survey on Attitudes about Homeless Services ­ Jane Holschuh, Humboldt State Learning Survey Development by Creating Surveys for Community Partners ­ Judith Little, Humboldt State Seizing the Moment: Focusing on Cyclical Issues and Participatory Democracy ­ Sally Tannenbaum, CSU Fresno
PANEL 7 HILLSIDE CENTRAL 1/2/3 Teacher Preparation: elementary schools Moderated by John Winslade, CSU San Bernardino teaching reading in Elementary Schools ­ Lynn Gordon, CSU Northridge Community food systems ­ Debora Hammond, Sonoma State Closing the Gap Between "Digital Natives" and "Digital Immigrants": A Community-Based Research Project of Integrating Web Technology into the Elementary School Context ­ Lara Preiser-Houy, Cal Poly Pomona ­ Carlos J. Navarrete, Cal Poly Pomona Reality Teaching: Pre-Service Teachers Collaborate with a local community ­ Dianne Turner, CSU Bakersfield
PANEL 8 HILLSIDE WEST 1/2/3 Social Justice: Multicultural Community Building Moderated by David Diaz, CSU Northridge Building Collaboratives of Participation Through a Multicultural Service-Learning and Project-Based Approach ­ Josй Calderon, Cal Poly Pomona Organizational Development of a Grassroots Ethnic Community Organization: Benefits and Challenges
and the Use of Graduate students ­ Judy Quon, CSU Long Beach Project Salaam: A Mental Health Needs assessment of San Diego's Middle Eastern, North African, and East African communities ­ Joachim Reimann, San Diego State Friends or Foes: Korean Dry Cleaners, Environmental Quality, and Community Development ­ Ward Thomas, CSU Northridge
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Dining Room
Brief welcome from Dr. Michael
Ortiz, President, Cal Poly Pomona
"Birds of a Feather" tables will be available during lunch to facilitate conversations based on common interests. Please
see the Birds of a Feather handout in your
conference packet for a list of table topics.
1:15 pm - 2:45 pm
Session 3
PANEL 9 HILLSIDE EAST 1/2 Student Learning Outcomes: Civic Engagement Moderated by Sally Tannenbaum, CSU Fresno Impact of Process Writing on ServiceLearning Outcomes: Preparing a Pilot Study ­ Christine Popok, CSU Channel Islands Service Learning and the First-Year Experience ­ Sandra Mizumoto Posey, Cal Poly Pomona Communicating Community: Best Practices and Productive Failures in Engaging Silicon Valley ­ Anne Marie Todd, San Josй State ­ Deanna Fassett, San Josй State Employing Service-Learning Strategies in Heavily Enrolled, Intervention-Resistant Classes: Combating "The Ringelman Effect" in a Large "Prime Directive" Course ­ Tracie L. Hoffman, CSU Northridge
PANEL 10 HILLSIDE CENTRAL 1/2/3 Community Impacts: Institutional Research and Community Partnerships Moderated by Linda Bowen, CSU Northridge Using Service Learning to Evaluate Service Learning: Using undergraduate students to Conduct Community-Based Research on a Service-Learning Program ­ Andy Dick, CSU Chico Co-Educational Roles: Finding Common Ground with Community Partners ­ Claire Knox, Humboldt State Using University/Community Partnerships to Infuse Geriatric Content in Social Work Education ­ Rosemary McCaslin, CSU San Bernardino Measuring Collective Quality: Comparing Existing Program Characteristics against Best Practices in Community Service Programs to Foster Institutional Change ­ Maureen Rubin, CSU Northridge
PANEL 11 GARDEN VISTA General: Cross Campus Collaborative Research Moderated by Gerald Eisman, CSU Office of the Chancellor The Promise and Challenge of Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research: An Interactive Session for Faculty Seeking to Build Cross-Campus Research Teams ­ Susan Gomez, CSU Sacramento ­ Amy Strage, San Josй State ­ Ana Garcia-Nevarez, CSU Sacramento ­ Kari Knutson Miller, CSU Fullerton
PANEL 12 HILLSIDE WEST 1/2/3 Social Justice: Participatory Research Moderated by Connie Ulasewicz, San Francisco State Challenges Confronting Academia in Field Research in Minority Communities ­ David Diaz, CSU Northridge Coalition Building through CommunityBased Research among Older Populations ­ Savita Malik, San Francisco State ­ Lesa Gerhard, San Francisco State ­ Cotys Winston, San Francisco State ­ Partners: Josiane Mengue, San Francisco State Robert Trevorrow, Executive Director of the San Francisco Senior Center Nancy Giunta, Project Manager of the San Francisco Partnership for Community-Based Care and Support Roma Guy, San Francisco State A Model for Community-Based Participatory Evaluation: Benefits, Challenges, and Lessons of Evaluating HIV Prevention in Commercial Sex Venues ­ Matt G. Mutchler, CSU Dominguez Hills ­ Phil Hendricks, Crystal Meth Project Coordinator, AIDS Project Los Angeles Assessment of a Community-Based Research Approach In Teaching Water Resource Management ­ Donald Rodriguez, CSU Channel Islands
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
PANELS Session 4
PANEL 13 HILLSIDE EAST 1/2 Student Learning Outcomes: Youth and Civic Engagement Moderated by Stacie Beavers, CSU San Marcos Media Mentors: Will Community Service Learning Foster Civic Engagement among High School Journalism Students? ­ Linda Bowen, CSU Northridge Implementation of Service-Learning Using Gardening Activities and Academics: Sowing Seeds of Student Success ­ August John Hoffman, CSU Northridge Exploring Children's Rights: Action Research with University and MiddleSchool Students ­ Kim Knowles-Yбnez, CSU San Marcos
PANEL 14 GARDEN VISTA Community Impacts: International Projects Moderated by Malcolm Finney, CSU Long Beach Research-Based Service Learning in Genetics in Tanzania, East Africa ­ Ruth Ballard, CSU Sacramento Language Documentation as a Community Project ­ Troi Carleton, San Francisco State Developing Community Abroad ­ Terri Patchen, CSU Fullerton
PANEL 15 HILLSIDE CENTRAL 1/2/3 Teacher Preparation: Social Justice Moderated by Nancy Pelaez, CSU Fullerton Struggle for REAL Service Learning ­ Nancy Jean Smith, CSU Stanislaus­Stockton Campus How Early Community-Based Experiences Impact future teachers' Attitudes toward Disabilities ­ Hsuying Ward, CSU Chico New Ways of Facing the Challenge of Teaching ELL ­ Denise Blum, CSU Fresno

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