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Name: Calvin Meyer
Title: Professor @ MUGC
Office: Elementary & Secondary Education
Phone: 304-746-1936
Email: meyer@marshall.edu
Expert: Teacher Education
 
Achievements

Creative Works:
 Teaching Instructional Methods Online. National Social Science Journal,Summer 2003.

Criteria for Designing an Assessment. [Abstract] International Conference Center for Science and Technology, Beijing Normal University. Summer 2002.

Teaching Distance Learning to a Generation of dot.com Teachers. National Social Science Perspectives Journal. Summer 2002.

Turkey and the United Arab Republics: A Seccondary Unit.. National Social Science Journal, Fall 2001. (Vol. 17-2, 59-67).

Turkey and the United Arab Republics. National Social Science Perspectives, Summer 2001. (Vol. 18-1, 140-150).

Teaching a Generation of ‘dot.com’ Teachers. Syllabus 2001, [Electronic Publication], Summer 2001.

The Tapestry of Teaching. Teacher Focus, Fall 2000

Tracking Through America: An Integrative Approach for Teaching Social Studies. National Social Science Perspectives Journal, Spring, 1996.
 

Research Based:
 
Presentations:
Anderson College, ANDERSON, SC, 2002.

Association of Christian Schools International, GREENSBORO, NC, 1997.

Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, NEW YORK, 1984, HOUSTON, 1983, ANAHEIM, 1982, ST. LOUIS, 1982, KANSAS CITY, 2001.

Association of Teacher Educators, DENVER, 2002.

Center for Science, Mathematics and Engineering Education, University of Virginia, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA, 1999.

Cumberland University, LEBANON, TN, 1997.

Florida Association of Christian Schools, ORLANDO, 1998.

Georgia Southern University, STATESBORO, 1996.

Kappa Delta Pi Biennial Conference, ORLANDO, 2001.

King College, BRISTOL, TN, 2000.

Liberty University, LYNCHBURG, VA 1996, 1998.

Liberty Conference for Christian Workers, LYNCHBURG, VA, 1998.

Missouri Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, ST. LOUIS, 2000.

National Social Science Association, WASHINGTON, DC, 1995
ST. LOUIS, 1999, NEW ORLEANS, 2000, LAS VEGAS, 2002.

National Middle School Association, DETROIT, 1979, WASHINGTON, DC, 2001.

Norfolk State University Conference on Gifted Education, NORFOLK, 1996.

Nova Southeastern University, FORT LAUDERDALE, 1996.

Reinhardt College, WELESCA, GA, 1997.

Sixth Annual U.S. – China Education Conference, BEIJING, 2002.

Syllabus 2001 Conference, SANTA CLARA, CA., 2001.

WebCT Regional Conference, CHARLESTON, WV, 2001.

West Virginia Association of Middle Level Education, CHARLESTON, WV, 2001, SNOWSHOE, WV, 2002.

William Woods University, FULTON, MO, 2000.

Topics:

An Inductive Approach for Teaching Elementary Science.

And God Created Math: A Synoptic of the New Math Series by ACSI.

Administrative Evaluation.

Authentic Assessment.

Attitudes and Competencies of Middle School Teachers and Principals in Georgia.

Basic Skills.

Building Volunteer Interpersonal Relationships.

Choices and Changes.

Community Participation Leads to Effective Schools.

Competency-Based Vocational Education.

Connecting the Dots: A Technical Approach to Graphic Literacy.

Driving While Technologically Impaired Down the Information Superhighway.

Educational Reform: Implications for the 90's.

Helping Teachers Plan for Effective Classroom Instruction.

Implementing the South Carolina Vocational Achievement Test.

Interpersonal Relationship Skills: The Key to Effective Middle School.

Leadership.

Kids Voting: An Experiment in Socialization.

Learning Styles Inventory.

Mathematics and Teaching Strategies.

Multiculturalism: Beyond Food, Festival, Folklore and Fashion.

Nurturing Effective Instruction Through Systematic Planning and Staff Development.

Performance Skills of the Secondary Principal.

Performance Skills of the Secondary Teacher.

Pimples, Pouting and Peers: A Retrospect of Emerging Adolescents.

Policies, Legislation and Trends Impacting Middle Level Education.

Program for the Underachieving Average Student.

Successful Supervision of Student Teachers.

School Climate as Related to Student Activities.

Secondary School Parent Volunteerism.

Strengthening Supervision Skills: Procedures for Staff Development.

Supervisional Secondary Staff Development Programs.

Teaching a Generation of “Dot. Com” Teachers.

Teaching Strategies for the College Classroom.

Teaching Toward Individual Differences.

The Changing Role of the School Administrator.

The Christian World View of Higher Education.

The High School Curriculum Director and Their Role in Curriculum, Guidance And Scheduling.

The Mission of the Middle School.

The Performance Skills of the Middle School Principal.

The Philosophical Basis for an Educational Philosophy.

The Purpose of a Liberal Arts, Christian College.

The School District.

The Titanic of Assessment: Faltering Formatively and Sinking Summatively.

Tic-Tac-Toe: Using William’s Domain of Creativity.

Tracking Through America: An Integrative Approach for Teaching Social Studies.

Turkey and the United Arab Emirates: A Secondary Unit of Study.

Universal Values Instruction for Grades K - 5.

Using Math Manipulatives in Elementary Education.

Why Does the Popcorn Dance? An Inquiry Approach to Elementary Science.
 

Professional/Community Based Service:
 
Membership and Offices Held:
Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) - Author.

Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) - Presenter.

Christian Educator's Association International (CEA) - Presenter.

Kappa Delta Pi - Faculty Representative.

Kiwanis - Vice President.

Missouri Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development - Presenter.

National Association of Science Teachers - Presenter.

National Council of Teachers for Mathematics.

National Middle School Association - Presenter/Journal Referee/Affiliate Leader.

National Railroad Historical Society.

National Social Science Association - Presenter.

Phi Delta Kappa – Treasurer/Scholarship Committee.

Phi Theta Kappa - Sponsor.

Professors of Middle Level Education - National Conference Committee.

West Virginia Association of Middle Level Education - Editor of Newsletter.
 

Awards:
 

Liberty University, Board of Regents, 2002

West Virginia University, Regular Graduate Faculty Status - 2002

Who's Who Among America's Teachers - 1998, 2000

Kappa Delta Pi - 1994 -2000

Phi Delta Kappa - 1991-2000
 

Other Achievements:
 
Consultant:
Eisenhower Consortium for Mathematics/Science Education, CESME/AEL Project. VIRGINIA, 1996-1997.

Member, DOW CITIZENS ADVISORY PANEL, 2002.

Judge for West Virginia Department of Education Social Science Fair, 2001-2002.

Judge for Kanawha County Social Science Fair, 2001-2002.

Judge for Putnam County Social Science Fair, 2001.
 
 
Grants, Gifts, and Service Funds:
West Virginia Council of Higher Education, $40,000, 2001.

Eisenhower Professional Development Grant, $51,000, 2001.

Multicultural/Social Justice Education, $2500, 2000.

Eisenhower Consortium for Mathematics/Science Education, $5500, 1996.
 
 
Organizational Memberships:
Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) - Author
Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) - Presenter
Christian Educator's Association International (CEA) - Presenter
Kappa Delta Pi - Faculty Representative
Kiwanis - Vice President
Missouri Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development - Presenter

National Association of Science Teachers - Presenter

National Council of Teachers for Mathematics

National Middle School Association - Presenter/Journal
Referee/Affiliate Leader

National Railroad Historical Society

National Social Science Association - Presenter

Phi Delta Kappa – Treasurer/Scholarship Committee

Phi Theta Kappa - Sponsor

Professors of Middle Level Education - National Conference Committee

West Virginia Association of Middle Level Education - Editor of Newsletter

 

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