RESUME

Joan P. Gipe



e-mail: jpgcad@mother.com

Address: 1158 Greene Terrace

Davis, CA 95616

Homepage: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/g/gipej/jpg1.htm



BACKGROUND



EDUCATION:



Ph.D. Purdue University (Elem. Ed./Reading) 1977

M.A. University of Kentucky (Elem. Ed./Reading) 1971

B.A. University of Kentucky (Elem. Ed.) 1970



EXPERIENCE:



2001-Present California State University, Sacramento, Liaison with and Coordinator of San Juan PDS Center, Teacher Education

1999-Present California State University, Sacramento, Lecturer, Department of Teacher Education

1999, May-June Washington Unified School District, Resource Teacher

1999-Present University of New Orleans, Professor Emerita

1996-1999 University of New Orleans, Seraphia D. Leyda University Teaching Fellow

1994-1999 University of New Orleans, Research Professor

1992-1993 University of New Orleans, Coordinator for Teaching Enhancement, College of Education

1987-1998 University of New Orleans, Full Professor of Education

1985-1988 University of New Orleans, Chairperson, Department of Curriculum & Instruction

1980-1985 University of New Orleans, Associate Professor of Education

1977-1980 University of New Orleans, Assistant Professor of Education

1977 (Spring) Purdue University, Supervisor of Student Teachers

1974-1977 Purdue University, Graduate Reading Clinic Supervisor

1975-1976 Purdue University, Graduate Instructor, Corrective Reading for the Classroom Teacher

1972-1975 Tippecanoe School Corporation, Indiana, Elementary Teacher, Grade 5

1971-1972 Scott County Schools, Kentucky, Reading Teacher, Grades 1-6

1970-1971 Fayette County Schools, Kentucky, Substitute Teacher, Grades 1-6



SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE PRODUCTIVITY



1. PUBLICATIONS



A. Books:



Gipe, Joan P. (2002). Multiple paths to literacy: Classroom techniques for struggling readers K-12, 5th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill Prentice Hall.



Gipe, Joan P. and Moore, Ann Boudreaux. (2002). Instructor's manual: Multiple paths to literacy: Classroom techniques for struggling readers K-12, (5th ed.).Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill Prentice Hall.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (2000). Elementary Literacy Lessons: Cases and Commentaries from the Field. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., Publishers.



Gipe, Joan P. (1998). Multiple paths to literacy: Corrective reading techniques for classroom teachers, 4th ed. Columbus, OH: Merrill Education of Prentice-Hall Inc., A Simon and Schuster Company.



Gipe, Joan P. and Moore, Ann Boudreaux. (1998). Instructor's manual: Multiple paths to literacy: Corrective reading techniques for classrom teachers, (4th ed.). Columbus, OH: Merrill Education of Prentice-Hall Inc., A Simon and Schuster Company.



Gipe, Joan P. (1995). Corrective reading techniques for classroom teachers, K-12. (3rd ed.). Scottsdale, AZ: Gorsuch Scarisbrick, Publishers.



Gipe, Joan P. and Moore, Ann Boudreaux. (1995). Instructor's manual: Corrective reading techniques for classrom teachers, K-12, (3rd ed.). Scottsdale, AZ: Gorsuch Scarisbrick, Publishers.



Richards, Janet C., Gipe, Joan P., & Duffy, Charles A. (1992). The world of secondary arts schools: Artist/teachers, administrators, and students. Washington, DC: NETWORK of Performing and Visual Arts Schools.



Gipe, Joan P. (1991). Corrective reading techniques for the classroom teacher, (2nd ed.). Scottsdale, AZ: Gorsuch Scarisbrick, Publishers.



Gipe, Joan P. and Boudreaux, Ann Marie. (1991). Instructor's manual: Corrective reading techniques for the classroom teacher, (2nd ed.). Scottsdale, AZ: Gorsuch Scarisbrick Publishers.



Gipe, Joan P. (1987). Corrective reading techniques for the classroom teacher: An analytic approach. Scottsdale, AZ: Gorsuch Scarisbrick Publishers.



B. Book chapters



Gipe, Joan P. (1998). Self-study of teacher education practices through the use of the faculty course portfolio. In Mary Lynn Hamilton (Ed.), Reconceptualizing Teaching Practice: Self-study in Teacher Education (pp. 140-150). Bristol, PA: Falmer Press.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1998). Activating background knowledge: Strategies for beginning and poor readers. In Richard Allington (Ed.). Teaching Struggling Readers: Articles From The Reading Teacher (pp. 200-203). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.



Gipe, Joan P., and Lamare, Joan A. (1997). Preservice teachers integrating technology into a corrective reading course. Technology and Teacher Education Annual (pp. 394-398, 811-815). Newton, MA: Allyn & Bacon.



Gipe, Joan P., and Richards, Janet C. (1996/1997). Reflective thinking and growth in novices' teaching abilities. In L. R. Gay. Educational research: Competencies for analysis and application, 5th ed. (pp. 234-239). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Merrill/Prentice Hall.



Gipe, Joan P., Duffy, Charles A., and Richards, Janet C. (1994). Helping a nonspeaking adult male with cerebral palsy achieve literacy. In Marguerite C. Radencich (Ed.), Adult literacy: A compendium of articles from the Journal of Reading (pp.227-235). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.



Barnitz, John G., Gipe, Joan P., and Miller, James H. (1990). Toward understanding reading assessment. In A.F. Rotatori, R.A. Fox, J.D. Sexton, & J.H. Miller (Eds.), Comprehensive assessment in special education: Approaches, procedures and concerns (pp. 147-180). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, Publisher. (Invited)



Gipe, Joan P. and Barnitz, John G. (1987). Developing children's writing as a language art. In Carl R. Personke and Dale D. Johnson (Eds.), Language arts and the beginning teacher: A practical guide (pp. 55-65). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. (Invited)





Gipe, Joan P. (1984). Managing a classroom reading program. In James F. Baumann and Dale D. Johnson (Eds.), Reading instruction and the beginning teacher: A practical guide (pp. 226-243). Minneapolis, MN: Burgess Publishing Co. (since purchased by MacMillan). (Invited)





C. Journal articles



Gipe, Joan P., Richards, Janet C., and Moore, Ramona C. (2001, March). Integrating literacy lessons and the visual and communicative arts: Preservice teachers' concerns and challenges. Reading Online, 4(8). Available: http://www.readingonline.org/articles/art_index.asp?HREF=/articles/gipe/index.html, lead article in March issue.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (2000, Fall). "First we read a good book": Interfacing literacy instruction with the arts in two urban elementary schools: Preservice teachers' case quandaries and accomplishments. Research in the Schools, 7 (2), 11-20.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (2000).Getting to know story characters: A strategy for young and at-risk readers. Reprinted in T. Rasinski, N. Padak, B. Church, G. Fawcett, J. Hendershot, J. Henry, B. Moss, J. Peck, E. Pryor, and K. Roskos (Eds.). Teaching comprehension and exploring multiple literacies: Strategies from The Reading Teacher (pp. 17-19). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.



Richards, Janet C., Gipe, Joan P., and Necaise, Mary Ann. (2000).Find the features and connect them. Reprinted in T. Rasinski, N. Padak, B. Church, G. Fawcett, J. Hendershot, J. Henry, B. Moss, J. Peck, E. Pryor, and K. Roskos (Eds.). Teaching comprehension and exploring multiple literacies: Strategies from The Reading Teacher (pp. 10-12). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (2000). Reading comprehension games for young students in mainstream settings. Reading and Writing Quarterly, 16 (1), 75-80.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (2000, May). Linking literacy lessons with the visual arts: Preservice teachers' dilemmas and accomplishments. Art Education, 53(3), 33-39.





Barnitz, John, G., Gipe, Joan P., and Richards, Janet C. (1999, February). Linguistic benefits of literature for children's language performance in teacher education contexts. For Linguistic Perspectives in Literacy Education column, The Reading Teacher, 52 (5), 528-531.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1997-98, Fall/Winter). Developing young students' awareness of story themes in literature-based reading programs. The Reading Instruction Journal, 40 (2), 5-8.



Gipe, Joan P. (1997, Fall). Peer evaluation in a university literacy course. Journal of Reading Education, 23 (1), 29-31.



Richards, Janet C., Moore, Ramona C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1996, Fall) (actually published 1997, Fall). Preservice teachers in two different multicultural field programs: The complex influences of school context. Research in the Schools, 3 (2), 23-34.



Gipe, Joan P. and Mule', Susan G. (1996/97). The impact of literature-based instruction on upper elementary students' attitudes and perceptions towards writing. Louisiana Education Research Journal, 22 (1), 79-88.



Richards, Janet C., Gipe, Joan P., and Callahan, Teresa R. (1997, Jan/Feb). The Little Red Hen meets Peter Rabbit: Enhancing the reading comprehension and social understanding of young students with language disabilities. Teaching Exceptional Children, 29 (3), 71-73.



Richards, Janet C., Moore, Ramona C. and Gipe, Joan P. (1996, Spring/Summer). Inward journey: Putting our stories next to yours. Teaching Education, 8 (1), 65-73.



Richards, Janet C., Moore, Ramona C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1996, Spring). Preservice teachers' cases in an early field placement. The Reading Professor, 18 (2), 60-75.



Richards, Janet C., Gipe, Joan P. and Moore, Ramona C. (1995, Spring). Lessons in the field: Context and the professional development of university participants in an urban school placement. Research in the Schools, 2 (1), 41-54.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1995, May). "What's the structure?": A game to help middle school students recognize common writing patterns. Journal of Reading, 38 (8), 667-669.



Richards, Janet C., Gipe, Joan P., and Moore, Ramona C. (1995). Sociocultural factors: How context influences preservice teachers and university supervisors in an urban field placement. Journal of Reading Education, 20 (3), 64-68.



Gipe, Joan P., Richards, Janet C., and Barnitz, John G. (1994/1995). Literacy growth of kindergarten children in an urban setting experiencing literature-based instruction. Louisiana Education Research Journal, 20 (2), 100-113.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1994, Fall). Metaphor analysis: An alternative approach for identifying preservice teachers' teaching orientations. Research in the Schools, 1(2), 53-60.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1994). The practical concerns of teaching with children's literature. Reading: Exploration and Discovery, 15(2), 9-19.



Richards, Janet C., Gipe, Joan P., and Necaise, Mary Ann. (1994, October). Find the features and connect them. The Reading Teacher, 48, 187-188.



Gipe, Joan P., Richards, Janet C., and Barnitz, John G. (1993/1994). Literacy development of urban children through literature-based reading/language arts instruction. Louisiana Education Research Journal, 19 (1), 27-39.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1993). Using games to help young and at-risk children respond to story characters. The Reading Teacher, 47, 170-171. (see errata RT, 47 (4), 340)



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1993). Getting to know story characters: A strategy for young and at-risk readers. The Reading Teacher, 47, 78-79.



Gipe, Joan P., Duffy, Charles A., and Richards, Janet C. (1993, February). Helping a nonspeaking adult male with cerebral palsy achieve literacy. Journal of Reading, 36, 380-389. (Also abstracted in Sociological Abstracts Inc.)



Richards, Janet C. and Gipe, Joan P. (1993, Winter). Spelling lessons for gifted language arts students. Teaching exceptional children, 25 (2), 12-15.



Gipe, Joan P., and Richards, Janet C. (1992, September/October). Reflective thinking and the teaching abilities of prospective teachers. Journal of Educational Research, 86 (1), 52-57.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1992, February). Activating background knowledge: Strategies for beginning and poor readers. The Reading Teacher, 45, 474-476.



Gipe, Joan P., Richards, Janet C., and Duffy, Charles A. (1991-92, Winter). Measuring change in novices' beliefs and pedagogical knowledge about teaching reading in a non-traditional field placement. Journal of Reading Education, 17 (2), 44-60.



Gipe, Joan P., Richards, Janet C., Levitov, Justin, and Speaker, Richard. (1991, Winter). Psychological and personal dimensions of prospective teachers' reflective abilities. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 51 (4), 913-922.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1991). What makes artists effective educators? The Artist/Teacher, 1st Quarter, 3-8.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1990, Fall). Whole language teaching and mandated district objectives are compatible. Reading: Exploration and Discovery, 13 (1), 8-18.



Gipe, Joan P. and Richards, Janet C. (1990, Spring). Promoting reflection about reading instruction through journaling. Journal of Reading Education, 15 (3), 6-13.



Gipe, Joan P., Duffy, Charles A., and Richards, Janet C. (1989). A comparison of two types of early field experiences. Reading Improvement, 26 (3), 254-265.



Richards, Janet C., Gipe, Joan P., and Thompson, Bruce. (1987). Teachers' beliefs about good reading instruction. Reading Psychology, 8 (1), 1-6.



Thompson, Bruce, Gipe, Joan P., and Pitts, Murray, M. (1985). Validity of the Pearson-Johnson taxonomy of comprehension questions. Reading Psychology, 6, 43-49.



Andersson, Billie V., and Gipe Joan P.. (1983). Creativity as a mediating variable in inferential reading comprehension. Reading Psychology, 4, 313-325.



Thompson, Bruce; Pitts, Murray M.; and Gipe, Joan P.. (1983). Use of the Group Embedded Figures Test with children. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 57, 199-203.





Gipe, Joan P. (1980). Use of a relevant context helps kids learn new word meanings. The Reading Teacher, 33, 398-402. (Also in Language Behavior Abstracts and Sociological Abstracts, 1980; and chosen for reproduction in the William S. Gray Research Collection in Reading. Manhasset, New York: Alvina Treut Burrows Institute, Inc., 1981.)



Gipe, Joan P. and Arnold, Richard D. (1979). Teaching vocabulary through familiar associations and contexts. Journal of Reading Behavior, 11, 281-285.



Gipe, Joan P. (1978-1979). Investigating techniques for teaching word meanings. Reading Research Quarterly, 14, 624-644. (Also reprinted in Resources in Education, August 1978, ED 151 741.)





D. Refereed conference proceedings



Gipe, Joan P. and Richards, Janet C. (1998, October). Voices from the Field: Preservice Teachers' Cases as Sources of Information for Field-Based Teacher Preparation. In Partnerships in Education Voices from the Field: Impact of School Partnerships (pp. 97-111). Proceedings of the Northern Arizona University's Center for Excellence in Education Partnerships in Education Conference. Flagstaff, AZ, October 21-23, 1998.



Gipe, Joan P. (1996, August). Self-study through use of the course portfolio. In Empowering Our Future in Teacher Education (pp. 104-108). Proceedings of The First International Conference on Self-study of Teacher Education Practices, Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England, August 4-8, 1996. (Sponsored by the Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices (S-STEP) Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association.)



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1992, July). Into the "Real World": Restructuring Teacher Education in Reading. In R.W. Joels (Ed.), Teacher Education in Reading: Worldwide Issues (pp. 47-52). Yearbook 1992 of the Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading Research Symposium of the International Reading Association's Fourteenth World Congress on Reading. Maui, Hawaii: Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading.



Speaker, Richard B. Jr., Barnitz, John, and Gipe, Joan P. (1990). Lexical cohesion in comprehension and composition: A synthesis of research issues. In J. Zutell & S. McCormick (Eds.), Literacy theory and research: Analyses from multiple paradigms. (pp. 287-293). Thirty-ninth Yearbook of the National Reading Conference. Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference.



E. Other publications:



Richards, Janet C. and Gipe, Joan P. (1996, Fall). "I wonder...?": A strategy to help children listen actively to stories. The Whole Idea: Newsletter for Innovative Teachers, 7 (1), 10-11.



Gipe, Joan P. (1996, October). Voices from the castle turret: Castle conference participants. Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices Newsletter, 1, 5.



Gipe, Joan P. (1996, Spring). Celebrating connections: Taking charge of literature- based instruction. The Whole Idea: Newsletter for Innovative Teachers, 6 (3), 1, 12-13.



Richards, Janet C., Gipe, Joan P., and Duffy, Charles A. (1992, Spring). High schools for the visual and performing arts students: The final piece of a research trilogy. Network News, pp. 2-3.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1990, Spring). Psychological characteristics, teaching beliefs and teaching behaviors of artist/teachers. Network News, p. 7-8.



Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1989, Fall). Administrators of schools for the visual and performing arts. Network News, p. 6.



Gipe, Joan P. (1989, July). Learning to read -- how it happens. New Orleans and You, Kid, 2 (7), 20-21.



Gipe, Joan P. (1987, May). Vocabulary instruction. Teacher to Teacher, 1 (2), 1-2.



Gipe, Joan P. (1983). Review of Elementary reading: A comprehensive approach, by J.N. Mangieri, L.A. Bader, and J.E. Walker. Reading Psychology, 4, 297-300.



2. ITEMS ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION BUT NOT YET PUBLISHED



Cecil, Nancy L. and Gipe, Joan P. (Under contract). Literacy in the Intermediate Grades: Best Practices for a Balanced Program. Scottsdale, AZ: Holcomb Hathaway Publishers.







3. ARTISTIC OR OTHER CREATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS



Videotape Series. Richards, Janet C., and Gipe, Joan P. (1992). Series of three videotapes demonstrating reading and writing instructional strategies: Yes, No, and Why (20 minutes); It Reminds Me Of... (20 minutes); and Find the Features and Connect Them (40 minutes). The series was copyrighted (October 21, 1992; # PA 588559) and was been promoted by Gorsuch Scarisbrick, Publishers.



4. PARTICIPATION AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS



"Passing the PRAXIS/Promoting Reflective Practices about Teaching for Multiple Literacies: Strategies and Techniques for Facilitating Preservice Teachers' Case Writing and Discussions." Alternative Session presented by Janet C. Richards, Ramona C. Moore, Joan P. Gipe, and Deborah L. Begoray at the National Reading Conference Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, December 5-8, 2001.



"Rollercoaster Math." Web site unit by Connie Baker, Aaron Barfield, Michelle Fritsch, Joan Gipe, and Kristine Sly presented at the Culminating Conference for Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3), California State University, Sacramento, CA, May 12, 2001.



"Preservice Teachers' Concerns, Confusions, and Accomplishments When Teaching for Multiple Literacies ." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting, Seattle, WA, April 10-14, 2001.



"Preservice Teachers' Dilemmas Teaching with Multiple Texts, Formats, and Genres in Three Early Field Programs." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the NCTE Assembly for Research Midwinter Conference (New Literacies for New Times: Bakhtinian Perspectives on Language, Literacy and Learning), University of California, Berkeley, CA, February 9-11, 2001.



Session Chair. "Moving Toward Multiple Literacies: Dilemmas and Accomplishments in K-12 and Teacher Education." Alternative Session with Deborah Begoray, Janet C. Richards, Sarah Nixon-Ponder, and Ramona C. Moore, and Discussants Meryl R. Goldberg, and Michael C. McKenna presented at the annual meeting of National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, November 29-December 2, 2000.





"Teaching Literacy Lessons Through the Visual and Communicative Arts: Preservice Teachers' Case Dilemmas and Accomplishments." Roundtable paper by Janet C. Richards, Ramona C. Moore, and Joan P. Gipe presented at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 24-28, 2000.



"'I Didn't Know We Had To Do Art!': Expanding Preservice Teachers' Perspectives and Understandings about Literacy, Literature, and Learning through Aesthetic Experiences." A Reader Response Workshop by Janet C. Richards with Patricia Bloem, Joan P. Gipe, Jill Lewis, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL, December 1-4, 1999.



"Interfacing Literacy with the Arts: Preservice teachers' quandaries and accomplishments." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the 11th European Conference on Reading, Stavanger, Norway, August 1-4, 1999.



"'First We Read a Great Book': Interfacing Literacy Instruction with the Arts in Two Urban Elementary Schools: Preservice Teachers' Quandaries and Accomplishments." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, April 19-23, 1999. (Reprinted: ERIC Reproduction Document Service No. ED 431 057)



"Professional Development through Book Club." Alternative format session by Joan P. Gipe with Jacqulyn Albrecht, Tamara Dungan, Susan Mule, and Jan Weiner presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX, December 5-8, 1998.



"Theater-in-the-round: Case Facilitation in Preservice Teacher Literacy Courses: Strategies, Questioning Techniques, and Group Activities." Alternative format session by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX, December 5-8, 1998.



"Voices from the Field: Preservice Teachers' Cases as Sources of Information for Field-based Teacher Preparation." Invited research panel members Joan P. Gipe and Janet C. Richards for the Northern Arizona University Voices from the Field: Impact of School Partnerships Conference, Flagstaff, AZ, October 21-23, 1998.





"Case Writing and Preservice Teachers' Professional Development in Field-Based Literacy Courses." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading, International Reading Association, Orlando, FL, May 3-8, 1998.



"Writing and Analyzing Teaching Cases: Preparing Preservice Teachers for the Context Complexities of Classrooms." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA, April 13-17, 1998.



"Teaching Cases: Potent Instructional Vehicles and New PRAXIS Certification Requirements for Education Majors." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education annual meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 25-28, 1998. (Also reprinted in Resources in Education as "Themes in Preservice Teachers' Cases: A Rich source of Data for Teacher Education Programs". ED 419 783, April, 1998)



"Practicing What We Preach: Striving to Reform Teacher Preparation in the SCDE." Session chaired by Robert K. Wimpelberg with participants Diana Hulse-Killacky, Joan Gipe, Yvelyne Germain-McCarthy, Roger DeSanti, Lynette Silvestri, Theodore Pikes, Faith Spinella, and Doris Williams-Smith presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education annual meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 25-28, 1998.



"A Readers Theatre: The Story of a Ten-Year University/Elementary School Literacy Program." Alternative format with Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, December 3-6, 1997.



"Case Writing and Preservice Teachers' Professional Development in Field-Based Courses." Symposium Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, December 3-6, 1997.



"Learning to Teach Reading and Language Arts in Two Different Multicultural Field Experiences." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the International Reading Association Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading, Atlanta, GA, May 4-9, 1997.





"Preservice Teachers Integrating Technology Into a Corrective Reading Course." Paper by Joan P. Gipe and Joan A. Lamare presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference, Orlando, FL, April 1-5, 1997.



"Expanding the Knowledge Base about Self-Inquiry: Merging Academic Perspectives with Practitioner Views." Member of symposium presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 1997.



"University Supervisors' and Preservice Teachers' Cases in Multicultural Field-Based Methods Courses." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Ramona C. Moore, and Joan P. Gipe presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, February 26-27, 1997. (Also printed in Resources in Education, ED 408 568, January/February, 1998.)



Discussant. "Writing Teaching Cases in Literacy Methods Courses." Symposium organized by Mary Alice Barksdale-Ladd, University of South Florida, presented at the National Reading Conference Annual Meeting, Charleston, SC, December 3-6, 1996.



"Case Writing for Literacy Teacher Educators and Their Students." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Ramona C. Moore, and Joan P. Gipe presented at the National Reading Conference Annual Meeting, Charleston, SC, December 3-6, 1996.



"Self-Study Through Use of the Course Portfolio." Paper by Joan P. Gipe presented at the First International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices, Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England, August 4-8, 1996.



Session Chair. "Can portfolios be predictors of future teaching success?: A self-study of teacher education practices through the analysis of summative student portfolios." Paper presented by Ann Haley-Oliphant at the First International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices, Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England, August 4-8, 1996.



"Traditional and Innovative Uses of Case Methods in Literacy Teacher Education." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading, New Orleans, LA, April 28-May 3, 1996.





"Good Days/Bad Days: Learning to Teach in Two Different Multicultural Schools." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY, April 8-12, 1996. (Also reprinted in Resources in Education, ED 397 052, December, 1996.)



"Literature-based Instruction, Teacher Education, and Urban Children's Literacy." Paper by John G. Barnitz, Joan P. Gipe, and Janet C. Richards presented at the annual meeting of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Chicago, March 26-30, 1996.



"Becoming Teachers: Using Personalized Teaching Cases in Field-based Teacher Preparation Programs." Experimental session by Joan P. Gipe, Ramona C. Moore, Janet C. Richards and Robert K. Wimpelberg presented at the annual conference of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, New Orleans, LA, March 16-19, 1996.



"Two Different Multicultural Field Contexts for Preservice Teachers: Miseducative or Helpful?" Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, Ramona C. Moore, Nancy B. Masztal, and Rosanne Joyner presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Chicago, IL, February, 1996.



"Diverse Applications of Case Methods in Literacy Teacher Education." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, New Orleans, LA, November 29-December 2, 1995.



"The Case of Self: Applying Case Methodology to Self Inquiry." Paper by Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, New Orleans, LA, November 29-December 2, 1995.



"Understanding Our Professional Selves: Innovative Methodologies for Self-Inquiry and Reflection." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-South Educational Research Association, Biloxi, MS, November 8-10, 1995.



"A Comprehensive Collaboration: Empowering Parents and Teachers as Equal Partners in a University/K-12 Project." Workshop by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, Nancy B. Masztal, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual conference of the College Reading Association, Clearwater, FL, November 2-5, 1995.



"Innovative Reading and Writing Strategies for Young Students with Special Needs." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual conference of the United Kingdom Reading Association, Winchester, England, July 29-August 1, 1995.



"Enhancing the Oral Language and Literacy Abilities of At-risk, Culturally Diverse Students in a Collaborative, Literature-based Reading Program." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Anaheim, CA, April 30-May 4, 1995.



"Inward Journey: Putting Our Story Next to Yours Using Innovative Contexts and Processes for Self-Inquiry." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Ramona C. Moore and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, April 18-22, 1995.



"Literacy Growth Over Three Years of Fifth Grade Urban Students Engaged in Literature-based Instruction." Paper by Joan P. Gipe, Janet C. Richards, and John G. Barnitz presented at the annual meeting of the Louisiana Education Research Association, New Orleans, LA, April 3-4, 1995.



"Shared Reflections: Critically Examining an Award-winning University/Urban School Partnership." Case Study by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Washington D.C., February, 1995.



"Consultants for Free: Teacher Educators Restructure Their Teaching." Chair of Alternative Format with Mary Alice Barksdale-Ladd, Beth Ann Herrmann, James Mosenthal, Jerome Niles, Rosary Lalik, and Janet C. Richards presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA, November 30-December 3, 1994.



"Critically Examining an Award-winning University/Urban School Collaborative." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe and Ramona C. Moore presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-South Educational Research Association, Nashville, TN, November 9-11, 1994.



"Teaching Reading with Children's Literature: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students Respond to Culturally Diverse Story Characters." Workshop by Janet C. Richards, Nancy B. Masztal, and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of The College Reading Association, New Orleans, LA, November 3-6, 1994.



"Lessons in the Field: Context and the Professional Development of University Participants in an Urban School Placement." Member of Symposium with Janet C. Richards and Ramona C. Moore for the Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading presented at the 15th World Congress on Reading, International Reading Association, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 19-22, 1994. (Also reprinted in Resources in Education, ED 383 678, October, 1995.)



"Identifying with Story Characters and Their Perspectives: Innovative Holistic Literacy Lessons for Young Students with Reading Difficulties." Microworkshop by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, Ramona C. Moore, Len Cotton, and Shirley Bowles presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Toronto, Canada, May 8-13, 1994.



"Holistic Reading Practices in Five Different, Successful Clinical Reading Programs." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, Penny Speaker, and Johnye Morton presented to the Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading (O.T.E.R.) at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Toronto, Canada, May 8-12, 1994.



"'This School is a Terrible Place. The Kids Don't Listen': Contextual Influences on Preservice Teachers' Professional Growth in an Early Field Placement." Roundtable by Janet C. Richards, Ramona C. Moore, and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, April 4-8, 1994. (Also reprinted in Resources in Education, ED 375 088, February, 1995.)



"Shared Reflections: Documenting the Professional Development of Two Teacher Educators in a K-8/University Partnership." Session by Janet C. Richards, Ramona C. Moore, and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Chicago, IL, February 16-19, 1994.



"Confronting Dilemmas in Teacher Education: Alternative Assessment." Member of Symposium presented at the 43rd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, December 1-4, 1993.



"Literacy Growth of Urban "At-risk" Children Taught by University Students Using Literature-based Instruction." Paper by Joan P. Gipe, Janet C. Richards, and John G. Barnitz presented at the 43rd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, December 1-4, 1993. (Also printed in Resources in Education, ED 364 832, July 26, 1994.)



"Enhancing Urban, At-Risk Students' Literacy Abilities in an Award-Winning Collaborative Program." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe accepted for presentation at the 1993 National Symposium on Partnerships in Education (NAPE), Washington, D.C., November 8-14, 1993.



"Enhancing Reading Comprehension: Culturally Diverse Students Respond to Culturally Diverse Story Characters." Mini-workshop by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, Coleen C. Salley, and Ramona C. Moore presented at the National Council of Teachers of English annual convention, Pittsburgh, PA, November 17-22, 1993.



"A Case Study: Critically Examining an Award-Winning University/Public School Collaborative." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the International Conference on Teacher Education: From Practice to Theory, Tel Aviv, Israel, June 27-July 1, 1993. (Also available as conference proceedings on diskette from The Ministry of Education and Culture, Israel, M.O.F.E.T. Institute)



"Innovative Strategies and Techniques for Enhancing Children's Understanding of Story Characters." Microworkshop by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, Lyn Anderson, Nancy Masztal, and Elayne Moe presented at the International Reading Association annual meeting, San Antonio, TX, April 26-30, 1993.



"Enhancing Language and Literacy Instruction for Urban K-8 Students Through a Literature-based Approach." Paper by Joan P. Gipe and Janet C. Richards prepared for the Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading and presented at the International Reading Association annual meeting, San Antonio, TX, April 26-30, 1993.



"Psychological and Personal Dimensions of Students and Teachers in High Schools for the Visual and Performing Arts." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Charles A. Duffy presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, GA, April 12-16, 1993. (Also reprinted in Resources in Education, ED 360 584, March 1994)



"Facilitating Literacy and Language Acquisition with Children's Literature in Culturally Diverse Classrooms." Colloquium by John G. Barnitz, Joan P. Gipe, Janet C. Richards, and Elizabeth L. Willis presented at the Thirteenth Annual LATESOL Conference, New Orleans, LA, March 26-27, 1993.



"Similarities and Differences of Artist/Teachers and Secondary Arts School Administrators and Students." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the NETWORK of Performing and Visual Arts, Miami, FL, March 11-14, 1993.



"Inside an Urban Elementary School: Nurturing an Exemplary University/Public School Collaborative." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), San Diego, CA, February 24-27, 1993. (Also reprinted in Resources in Education, ED 356 192)



"Using Literature-based Instruction to Enhance the Literacy Development of Children in Urban Classrooms." Paper by Joan P. Gipe, Janet C. Richards, and John G. Barnitz presented at the Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Education Research Association, New Orleans, LA, February 11-12, 1993.



"Initiating an Integrated Language Arts Program: Activities and Assessment." Paper by Ann M. Moore, Joan P. Gipe, and Janet C. Richards presented at the Sixteenth Southeast Regional Conference of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA, December 6-8, 1992.



"Literacy Development of Urban At-Risk Children Through Literature-Based Reading/Language Arts Instruction." Paper by Joan P. Gipe, Janet C. Richards, and John G. Barnitz presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX, December 2-5, 1992. (Also reprinted in Resources in Education, ED 352 623, August 1993)



"Improving At-risk Children's Language and Literacy." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the 1992 National Association of Partners in Education (NAPE) National Symposium on Partnerships in Education, Washington, D.C., November 18-22, 1992.



"Characteristics of Students in High Schools for the Visual and Performing Arts." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Charles A. Duffy presented at the annual meeting of MSERA, the Mid-South Educational Research Association, Knoxville, TN, November 11-13, 1992. (Also reprinted in Resources in Education, ED 368 630, August 1994)



"Moving into the 'Real World': Restructuring Teacher Education in Reading." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe prepared for the Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading (O.T.E.R.), and presented at the International Reading Association's Fourteenth World Congress in Reading, Maui, Hawaii, July 13-16, 1992.



"Whole Language Activities are Compatible with School District Objectives." Paper presented by Joan P. Gipe and Janet C. Richards at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association (IRA), Orlando, FL, May 3-7, 1992. (Also printed in Resources in Education, ED 347 165, November 1992.)



"Innovative Strategies for Promoting Integrated Language Learning in Early Literacy Programs." Microworkshop presented by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association (IRA), Orlando, FL, May 3-7, 1992 (May 6th).



"Beginning Professionals' Metaphors in an Early Field Placement." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA, April 20-24, 1992. (Also printed in Resources in Education, December, 1992, ED 348 353).



"The Nuts and Bolts of Constructing an Effective Collaborative Project in Reading/Language Arts". Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the National Association of Partners in Education (NAPE) National Symposium, on Partnerships in Education, Washington, D.C., November 13-17, 1991 (Nov. 16th).



"Characteristics of Effective School Leaders and Their Administrative Context". Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-South Educational Research Association, Lexington, KY, November 13-15, 1991. (Also printed in Resources in Education, EA 023 690.)



"Students in Schools of the Visual and Performing Arts." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the NETWORK of Performing and Visual Arts, Toronto, Canada, October 16-19, 1991.



"Authentic Language and Literacy Learning with Children's Literature." Member of a panel of Featured Speakers (with John G. Barnitz and Janet C. Richards) presented at the 15th Annual Conference of the Louisiana Reading Association, Lafayette, LA, October 2-4, 1991.



"Measuring Change in Preservice Teachers' Pedagogical Knowledge and Prior Beliefs About Teaching Reading." Paper by Joan P. Gipe and Janet C. Richards presented to the Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading (O.T.E.R.) Special Interest Group at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Las Vegas, NV, May 6-10, 1991.



"What Makes Artist/Teachers Effective Educators?" Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the Midsouth Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, November 11-15, 1990.



"Studies Investigating a Public School/University Partnership." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the National Association of Partners in Education (NAPE) National Symposium on Partnerships in Education, Washington, D.C., November 7-11, 1990.



"Helping a Nonverbal Cerebral-Palsied Adult Male Achieve Literacy." Paper by Joan P. Gipe, Charles A. Duffy, and Janet C. Richards presented at the 14th Southeast Regional International Reading Association Conference, Louisville, KY, November 7-9, 1990.



"Administrators of Schools for the Visual and Performing Arts." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Charles A. Duffy presented at the annual meeting of NETWORK: Association of Schools for the Visual and Performing Arts, Dallas, TX, October 8-13, 1990.



"Lexical Cohesion in Comprehension and Composition: A Synthesis of Research Issues." Roundtable by Richard B. Speaker, John G. Barnitz, and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX, November 29-December 2, 1989.



"Psychological Characteristics, Teaching Beliefs and Teaching Behaviors of Artist/Teachers." Paper by Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe presented at the annual conference of NETWORK, an organization of schools for the visual and performing arts, Washington, D.C., October 9-13, 1989. (Also printed in Resources in Education, ED 314 383.)



"Psychological and Personal Dimensions of Prospective Teachers' Reflective Abilities." Paper by Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, Justin Levitov, and Richard Speaker presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, March 27-31, 1989. (Also printed in Resources in Education, ED 306 214.)



"Reflective Thinking and the Teaching Abilities of Prospective Teachers." By Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, April 5-9, 1988.



"Reflective Concerns of Prospective Teachers in an Early Field Placement." By Janet C. Richards and Joan P. Gipe. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C., April 20-24, 1987. (Also printed in Resources in Education, ED 296 976.)





"Comparison of Two Types of Early Field Experiences." By Joan P. Gipe, Charles A. Duffy, and Janet C. Richards. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C., April 20-24, 1987.



"University of New Orleans/Orleans Parish Portal School Project." Slide/tape show developed and presented by Joan P. Gipe and Janet C. Richards at the SPUR Share Fair, Baton Rouge, LA, May 15-16, 1986.



"Influences on Teachers' Reading Beliefs." By Janet C. Richards, Joan P. Gipe, and Bruce Thompson. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, April 16-20, 1986.



"Assessment of Theoretical Orientation of Teachers." By Janet C. Richards, Bruce Thompson, and Joan P. Gipe. Roundtable presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, April 16-20, 1986.



"Helping Students Think about Thinking: Techniques for Comprehension Monitoring." Microworkshop #47 presented with Alden J. Moe, Elayne Moe, and Janet C. Richards at the Thirtieth Annual Convention of the International Reading Association in New Orleans, LA, May 5-9, 1985.



Session Chair. "Reading/Composition Development for Linguistically and Culturally Variant Children." Presented at the Tenth Annual Conference of the Louisiana Reading Association, Baton Rouge, LA, October 11, 1985.



"Creative Dramatics-A Means for Improving the Writing Process." By Billie V, Andersson and Joan P. Gipe. Accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, April 23-27, 1984.



"Validation of a Taxonomy of Reading Comprehension Questions." By Murray M. Pitts, Bruce Thompson, and Joan P. Gipe. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, April 23-27, 1984.



"Teaching Comprehension Monitoring with Microcomputers." By Murray M. Pitts, Bruce Thompson, and Joan P. Gipe. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-South Educational Research Association, Nashville, November 16, 1983. (Also printed in Resources in Education, ED 243 095.)





"Comprehension Monitoring: Longitudinal Unobtrusive Measurements with Microcomputers." By Murray M. Pitts, Bruce Thompson, and Joan P. Gipe. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Montreal, Canada, April 11-15, 1983. (Also printed in Resources in Education, ED 233 309.)



"Teaching Comprehension Monitoring." Microworkshop presented with Murray M. Pitts at the Twenty-eighth Annual Convention of the International Reading Association in Anaheim, CA, May 2-6, 1983.



"Reading Strategies for Poor Readers." Paper presented at the 7th Annual Reading Conference of the Louisiana Reading Association in Shreveport, LA, October, 29-30, 1982.



"The Role of Culture-Specific Schemata on Informal Reading Inventory Performance." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association in New Orleans, LA, April 27-May 1, 1981.



"The Need for Regional Informal Reading Inventories." Paper presented at the Tenth Annual Mississippi Reading Association Conference in Biloxi, MS, January 30-31, 1981.



"Reading in the Content Areas." Main speaker for the Lafourche Parish Annual Teachers' Workshop, Raceland, Louisiana, August 21, 1978.



"Investigating Techniques of Teaching Word Meanings." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada, March 27-31, 1978.



5. OTHER SCHOLARLY OR CREATIVE ACTIVITIES



A. Service in role of discussant, critic, reviewer for professional meeting or publications



Reviewer, AERA Division C Proposals for 2002 Annual Meeting



Reviewer, AERA Division K Proposals for 2002 Annual Meeting



Reviewer, National Reading Conference, Proposals for 1999 Annual Meeting



Reviewer, National Reading Conference, Proposals for 1998 Annual Meeting



Invited Guest Reviewer, Reading Horizons, 1997



Reviewer, AERA Division K Proposals for 1998 Annual Meeting



Reviewer, National Reading Conference, Proposals for 1997 Annual Meeting



Invited Reviewer, 46th National Reading Conference Yearbook, 1997



Reviewer, Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices, SIG of the American Educational Research Association, Annual Meeting, 1997



Reviewer, National Reading Conference, Proposals for 1996 Annual Meeting



Discussant, National Reading Conference, Symposium Session 48: Writing Teaching Cases in Literacy Methods Courses, Charleston, SC, December 4-7, 1996



Invited Reviewer, 45th National Reading Conference Yearbook, 1996



Invited Reviewer, 44th National Reading Conference Yearbook, 1995



Reviewer, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Annual Meeting, 1995



Reviewer, National Reading Conference, Proposals for 1995 Annual Meeting



Invited Guest Reviewer, Journal of Teacher Education, 1994-1995



Invited Reviewer, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Annual Meeting, 1994.



Invited Guest Reviewer, Reading: Exploration and Discovery, 1993-1994



Invited Guest Reviewer, Journal of Teacher Education, 1993-1994



Reviewer, National Reading Conference, Proposals for 1993 meeting



Member, Editorial Advisory Board, The Reading Teacher, 1991-1992



Member, Editorial Advisory Board, The Reading Teacher, 1990-1991



Member, Editorial Advisory Board, The Reading Teacher, 1989-1990



Member, Editorial Advisory Board, The Reading Teacher, 1988-1989



Reviewer, AERA Division K Proposals for 1988 Annual Meeting



B. Service in role of officer of professional organization, program committee member, session organizer for professional meeting



Representative for Region 2, National Reading Conference Field Council, 1995-97



Member, National Reading Conference Nominations Committee, 1995-97



Co-chair, Teacher Education Research Study Group of the National Reading Conference, 1995-1997



Session Organizer, National Reading Conference, Teacher Educators Self-Study Group, "Consultants for Free", 1994



Invited, Vice-President, Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading, 1995-1996



Member, International Reading Association Membership Promotion Subcommittee, 1993-94, 1994-1995, 1995-1996



Member, International Reading Association Professional Standards and Ethics Committee, 1981-1983



Member, International Reading Association Attendance and Promotion Committee, 1981



C. Professional society memberships



National Reading Conference (NRC)



Invited Member, National Council on Research in Language and Literacy (NCRLL)



American Educational Research Association (AERA), Divisions C, K, and Basic Research in Reading and Literacy SIG, Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices (S-STEP) SIG, Multiple Intelligences: Theory and Practice SIG, Portfolios in Reflective Teaching and Teacher Education SIG, and Professional Development Schools SIG



International Reading Association (IRA)



International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)



Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)



Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading (OTER)





6. AWARDS, LECTURESHIPS, OR PRIZES



Nominated for the UNO Alumni Association Career Achievement Award for Excellence in Research, 1996



Recipient of the Seraphia D. Leyda University Teaching Fellowship, May, 1996

Recipient of Distinguished Education Alumni Award, School of Education, Purdue University (presented April 20, 1996)



Nominated for the International Reading Association Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading Award, 1995-96



Nominated for the Seraphia D. Leyda University Teaching Fellowship, November, 1995



Listed in 2,000 Notable American Women, 7th Edition, 1995



Listed in The World Who's Who of Women, 13th Edition, 1995, 1996



Listed in Who's Who in the World, 13th Edition, 1996



Recipient of Research Professorship, University of New Orleans, 1994



Listed in Who's Who in the South and Southwest, Twenty-fourth Edition, 1995-1996.



Coauthor/recipient of the Phi Delta Kappa UNO Chapter Researcher Award for The World of Secondary Arts Schools: Artist/Teachers, Administrators, and Students, 1993.



Listed in Who's Who in American Education, Third Edition, 1992-1993, Fourth Edition, 1993-1994, Fifth Edition, 1996-1997



Recipient of the 1992 Ferguson Faculty Award: the College of Education at the University of New Orleans presents this award annually to the one faculty member who best exemplifies the high faculty standards and ideals of the College. Award presented at the Honors Convocation, April 29, 1992.



Recipient of Commendation for Accessibility to Disabled Students acknowledged during the Disability Awareness Week reception, March 19, 1992.



Invited to join the National Conference on Research in English, 1992 (membership is by invitation only)



Invited to remain on the Editorial Advisory Board of The Reading Teacher, journal of the International Reading Association, 1992-93 volume year, Volume 46.



Recipient of the American Association for Higher Education's Exemplary Partnerships for Minority Student Achievement Award honoring the University of New Orleans/New Orleans Public School Portal School Project in Reading/Language Arts, June 24, 1991. (For a description of the Portal School Project go to http://www.csus.edu/indiv/g/gipej/jpg1.htm.)



Invited to remain on the Editorial Advisory Board of The Reading Teacher, journal of the International Reading Association, 1991-1992 volume year, Volume 45.



Invited to remain on the Editorial Advisory Board of The Reading Teacher, journal of the International Reading Association, 1990-1991 volume year, Volume 44.



Appointed to the Editorial Advisory Board of The Reading Teacher, journal of the International Reading Association, 1989-1990 volume year, Volume 43.



Recipient of the Amoco Foundation Undergraduate Teaching Award, 1985



Nominated for the Amoco Foundation Undergraduate Teaching Award, 1984



Nominated for the International Reading Associations' Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading Award, 1984



Recipient of the University of New Orleans Alumni Association Award for Excellence in Teaching at U.N.O., 1981



University of New Orleans, elected to Phi Delta Kappa Honorary, 1978



Purdue University, elected to Kappa Delta Pi Honorary, 1974, Education



Purdue University, elected to Phi Kappa Phi Honorary, 1974, Scholarship



University of Kentucky, Graduated "With Distinction", 1970





7. GRANTS AND CONTRACTS



A. Grants and contracts received



a. Principal investigator, co-principal investigator, or equivalent



Robert K. Wimpelberg, Cormell R. Brooks, Doris Williams-Smith, Roger J. DeSanti, Joan P. Gipe, and Gregory A. Levitt. UNO.CONNECT.ED: Technologically Advanced Teacher Preparation for the New Century. Submitted to the Board of Regents Support Fund, FY 1997-98. Funds requested: $320,457.00; received $160,000.



Gipe, Joan P., Richards, Janet C., Barnitz, John G., and Salley, Coleen. Improving the Language and Literacy of At-Risk Children Through a University/Public School Collaboration Intervention Program. Funded by the Louisiana Education Quality Support Fund for funding period June 1, 1991-June 1, 1994. Funds requested: $321,657.34, received $223,400.



Richards, Janet C. and Gipe, Joan P. Students of Schools for the Visual and Performing Arts. Funded by The NETWORK of Performing and Visual Arts Schools, January, 1991-December, 1991. ($600.00)



Speaker, Richard B. Jr., Barnitz, John G., and Gipe, Joan P. The Development of Procedures for the Analysis of Linguistic Contexts: Lexical Cohesion in Oral and Written Chains. Funded by the UNO Research Council, July, 1990 - June, 1991. ($4995.00)



Richards, Janet C. and Gipe, Joan P. Administrators of Schools for the Visual and Performing Arts. Funded by The NETWORK of Performing and Visual Arts Schools, January, 1990-November, 1990. ($600.00)



Richards, Janet C. and Gipe, Joan P. Attributes of Superior Teachers of Artistically Talented Students. Funded by The NETWORK of Performing and Visual Arts Schools, November, 1988-November, 1989. ($500.00)



Gipe, Joan P. with Pitts, Murray M., and Thompson, Bruce. The effects of comprehension monitoring instruction on the reading comprehension of middle school children. Funded by the College of Education Committee on Organized Research, Sept. 10, 1982-May 30, 1983. ($1050.00)





Gipe, Joan P. with Gottsdanker-Willekens, Anne E. The effect of prior knowledge on informal reading inventory performance. Funded by the College of Education Committee on Organized Research ($1945.00) and the University of New Orleans Graduate Research Council, July, 1981-June, 1982 ($1500.00).



Gipe, Joan P. The effectiveness of different context tasks for learning new word meanings. Funded by the University of New Orleans Research Council, July, 1979-June, 1980 ($500.00); and the College of Education Committee on Organized Research, Sept. 1, 1979-May 1, 1980 ($630.00).



Gipe, Joan P. Methods for teaching new word meanings. Funded by the College of Education Committee on Organized Research, Oct. 1, 1978- May 1, 1979. ($970.00)



Gipe, Joan P. with Metzger, Devon. The identification of school political systems and their influences on selected student attitudes. Funded by the University of New Orleans Research Council ($550.00) and the College of Education Committee on Organized Research, Feb. 1- Nov. 1, 1978 ($885.00).



b. Not principal investigator



Gipe, Joan P. Evaluator for TEACH-IT, an implementation grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology-PT3 (1999-2002). Principal Investigator: Dr. John Fulwiler, Xavier University of Louisiana.



Gipe, Joan P. and others on Writing Team for Louisiana LEARN for the 21st Century Preservice Grant. Funded by the Louisiana Board of Regents, July 1, 1997-June 30, 1998 ($300,000.00). Project Director: Shelby Clift of Region 1 Service Center, Louisiana State Department of Education.



Assisted in editing and computer analyses of Woods, M.L., and Moe, A.J.. Analytical Reading Inventory, Charles E. Merrill Publishers, 1985.



Assisted in response to RFP-76-44, Diffusion of Project Information Packages Proposal, with Alden J. Moe, Purdue University, Spring, 1976.







B. Grants and contracts applied for



a. Principal investigator, co-principal investigator, or equivalent



Gipe, Joan P. written with Bill Sharpton. UNO College of Education Restructuring Project. Submitted to the Louisiana Education Quality Support Fund, October 24, 1995. ($126,167.00)

Richards, Janet C., Moore, Ramona C., and Gipe, Joan P. Contextual Influences of Two Different Multicultural Field Programs on Preservice Teachers' Perspectives, Practices, and Development. Submitted to the Mid-south Educational Research Association, April, 1995. ($1000.00)



Wellington, Bud, Banbury, Mary M., and Gipe, Joan P. Creating a Community of Inquiry. Submitted to the Fund for Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) Comprehensive Program, October 26, 1992. ($237,409.00)



Gipe, Joan P. The Impact of a Collaborative Learning Approach on Teacher Development in Literacy Instruction. Submitted to the Fund for Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) Comprehensive Program, October 15, 1992. ($231,844.00)



Richards, Janet C., Gipe, Joan P., and Duffy, Charles A. Learning Experiences in the Arts and Secondary Arts Students' Social and Cognitive Achievements. Submitted by the NETWORK Committee to The National Endowment of the Arts (NEA), Washington, D.C., April, 1992. ($49,976.00)



Luce, Harold; Daniel, Larry G.; Richards, Janet C.; Duffy, Charles A.; and Gipe, Joan P. Evaluation of an Arts-based Curriculum Project: Do the Arts Make a Difference? Submitted to the Mississippi Arts Commission, March 1, 1992. ($10,000.00)



Gipe, Joan P. Reforming Teacher Education: Investigating the Impact of a Collaborative Learning Approach on Teacher Development in Literacy Instruction and At-Risk Students' Literacy Development. Submitted to the Fund for Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) Comprehensive Program, October 7, 1991. ($231,844.00)





Gipe, Joan P., Richards, Janet C., Barnitz, John G., and Salley, Coleen. Improving the Language and Literacy of At-Risk Children Through a University/Public School Collaboration Intervention Program. Submitted to the Louisiana Education Quality Support Fund for funding period June 1, 1990-June 1, 1993. Funds requested: $237,077.53.

(Ranked 18th out of 20, and recommended for funding; sufficient funds were not available.)



Gipe, Joan P. with Barnitz, John G., and Speaker, Richard B. Lexical Cohesion in Children's Expository Text Comprehension. Submitted to the Spencer Foundation, September, 1988. ($8,000.00)



Gipe, Joan P. with Longstreet, Wilma S., DeSanti, Roger J., and Clausing, Carolyn S. Ergonomic Factors Affecting Reading Rate and Comprehension of Instructional Materials on Various Computer Monitors. Submitted to the LEQSF, November, 1987. ($46,400.00)



Gipe, Joan P. with Barnitz, John G., and Speaker, Richard B. Lexical Cohesion in Children's Expository Text Comprehension. Submitted to the IRA Elva Knight Research Grant Competition, October, 1987. ($5,000.00)



Gipe, Joan P. with Kapel, David E. Teacher Education for Academically Gifted Students (TEAGS): A Base to Build on. Submitted to the U.S. Department of Education, Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education, February, 1986.



Gipe, Joan P. with Barnitz, John G. (Curriculum & Instruction), Cawley, John F. (Special Education), Dean, Anne (Psychology), and Williams, Mary (Psychology). Developmental Comparisons of Retarded/Learning Disabled. Submitted to the Department of Health and Human Services, February, 1985. ($285,711.00)



Gipe, Joan P. with Thompson, Bruce (Educational Leadership and Foundations) and Elliott, Richard (Educational Leadership and Foundations). Demands and Cognitive Consequences of Computer Learning; Cognitive Styles and Metacognitive Processes. Submitted to the National Institute of Education, August, 1982.



b. Not principal investigator



Gipe, Joan P. Lead Faculty for Electronic Portfolio component of An Integrated Systems Approach to the Preparation of Elementary School Teachers. Principal Investigator: Dr. Mike Adams, CSUS. Submitted to the FIPSE Learning Anytime Anywhere Program. June 9, 2000.



Gipe, Joan P. and others on Writing Team for LEARN Preservice Teacher Education Grant for Teacher Education Reform. Submitted to Louisiana Board of Regents, June 1, 1998. Project Director: Shelby Clift.



8. THESIS/DISSERTATION COMMITTEE SERVICE



Master's Thesis Committee Member for Jacqulyn Albrecht (Stage: Thesis writing)



Master's Thesis Committee Member for Jan Weiner (Stage: Thesis proposal)



Major Professor for Peggy Schwarz. (Stage: Qualifying Examination Passed)

Doctoral Dissertation Director and Major Professor for Susan G. Mule. (Stage: Qualifying Examination Passed)



Doctoral Dissertation Director and Major Professor for Joan A. Lamare. (Stage: Approaching Generals)



Doctoral Dissertation Committee Member for Sheri J.L. Mycue. The Professional Circle: A Case Study of a Group Work Model of Professional Development with Primary Grade Early Childhood Teachers. Completed April 26, 2000



Interim Doctoral Dissertation Director and Major Professor for Courtney Millet. (Stage: General Examination Passed)



Doctoral Dissertation Director and Major Professor for Ramona C. Moore. Constructing a Narrative of Teacher Development: Piecing Together Teacher Stories, Teacher Lives, and Teacher Education. Completed November 16, 1995. Ramona C. Moore was also recipient of the College of Education Outstanding Graduate Student Award for 1995-96.



Doctoral Dissertation Committee Member for Marilyn Malone, Self-knowledge of Oral Reading Pronunciation Miscues Among Second Grade Readers. Completed August 30, 1993. Marilyn Malone was also a recipient of the College of Education Outstanding Graduate Student Award for 1992-1993.



Doctoral Dissertation Committee for Janet P. McLin, Coherence and Cohesion in the Writing of Eighth Grade Students at Various Reading Levels. Completed November, 1987. Janet McLin was also a recipient of the College of Education Outstanding Graduate Student Award for 1987-1988.





Doctoral Dissertation Committee for Patricia J. Austin, The Effects of Process Instruction and Teacher Feedback on Revision of Writing Tasks by Fourth Grade Students within the Naturalistic Context of the Classroom. Completed October, 1987. Recipient of the University of New Orleans' College of Education W.M. Rigdon Distinguished Dissertation Award for 1988.



Doctoral Dissertation Director and Major Professor for Margaret Dermody, Effects of Metacognitive Strategy Training on Fourth Graders' Reading Comprehension. Completed April, 1987. Recipient of the Stan Orvis Outstanding Dissertation Award sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa. Margaret Dermody was also recipient of the College of Education Outstanding Graduate Student Award for 1986-1987.



Doctoral Dissertation Director and Major Professor for Janet C. Richards, Theoretical Orientation and First and Third Grade Teachers' Reading Instruction. Completed August, 1985. Recipient of the University of New Orleans' College of Education W.M. Rigdon Distinguished Dissertation Award for 1985.



Doctoral Dissertation Committee for Jean H. Beall, Brain Periodization: An Investigation of Epstein's Distribution of Piagetian Stages in Five, Six, and Seven Year Old Children. Completed December, 1984.



Doctoral Dissertation Director and Major Professor for Murray M. Pitts, Effects of Cognitive Styles on Inferential Reading Comprehension. Completed April, 1982. Dissertation among ten finalists for the International Reading Association's Outstanding Dissertation Award, 1983, recipient of the University of New Orleans' College of Education Distinguished Dissertation Award, 1983, and recipient of the Outstanding Dissertation Award of the Southwest Educational Research Association, 1983.



Doctoral Dissertation Director and Major Professor for Billie V. Andersson, Creativity as a Mediating Variable in Inferential Reading Comprehension. Completed July, 1981.



Doctoral Dissertation Committee for Frank L. Faust, An Analysis of Teacher and Student Acceptance of Program Innovations Through Evaluation of Attitudes Toward Curriculum Change and Schedule Change. Completed December, 1980.





Doctoral Dissertation Committee for Delores H. Alexander, A Study of the Effects of a Remedial Reading Program Upon Reading Attitude, Reading Achievement, Self Concept, and Intellectual Achievement Responsibility of Selected Students of the Fourth and Fifth Grades. Completed August, 1980.



Doctoral Dissertation Committee for Argiro Louchis Morgan, Children's Inferential Comprehension of Pragmatic Causal Relations in Reading: A Study of Semantic, Contextual and Syntactic Variations. Completed August, 1980. UNO College of Education Distinguished Dissertation Award recipient, 1981.



Master's Thesis Committee for Murray M. Pitts, The Use of Word Imagery in Selected Beginning Reading Instructional Materials. Completed May, 1979.





9. MAJOR AREAS OF CREATIVE OR RESEARCH INTEREST



Teacher Education/Teacher Preparation/Teacher Development

Integration of Technology in Teacher Education/Literacy Instruction

Portfolio Assessment/Assessment Alternatives

Literature-based Reading Instruction

Literacy Education for At-risk Student Populations

Teaching Enhancement/Professional Development

Self-study of Teacher Education Practices

10. OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS



A. Manuscripts under submission



None







B. Course/Program design and development (1)



Blended Program California State University, Sacramento, Department of Teacher Education (Early Field Experiences and Admission)

CD199 Early Field Experience in Elementary School

EDS 220 Language and Literacy for Special Populations

EDTE 309A Language and Literacy, A

EDTE 309B Language and Literacy, B

EDTE 401 Observation and Participation in Schools

EDTE 200 Issues in Language and Literacy

EDTE 296Y Assessment and Instruction for Struggling Readers

EDTE 203 Strategies for Connecting Text, Context, and Learners

EDCI 3100 Principles of Teaching in the Elementary School

EDCI 3430 Materials and Methods in Elementary Reading Instruction (1986-Present: Portal School Project)

EDCI 3440 Corrective Reading Techniques for the Classroom Teacher (2)

EDCI 4432 Teaching Reading in Content Areas

EDCI 4980 Classroom Management Seminar3

EDCI 4993 Special Topics in Curriculum & Instruction: (1) Teaching Phonics in the Elementary School3; (2) Assessment Alternatives in Literacy3 (proposed and approved as EDCI 6435); (3) Book Club: An Alternative Approach to Literacy Instruction3 (also offered as Professional Development through Book Club)

EDCI 6434 Developmental Reading

EDCI 6435 Assessment Alternatives in Literacy3

EDCI 6436 Diagnostic and Remedial Reading

EDCI 6493 Practicum in Diagnostic and Remedial Reading

EDCI 6490 Seminar in Reading-Language Arts: Metacomprehension3; Understanding Research in Reading and Writing3

EDCI 6904 Doctoral Topical Readings in Instruction and Teacher Development3

EDCI 6994 Doctoral Research Seminar on Classroom Instruction (renamed Doctoral Research Seminar on Instruction and Teacher Development)



C. Special recognition for teaching



Recognized at the Joint Meeting of the Faculty Council and Faculty Senate as a Seraphia D. Leyda Teaching Fellow, Fall, 1997



Nominated for UNO Career Achievement Award, 1996



Recipient of a Seraphia D. Leyda University Teaching Fellowship, 1996



Recipient of a Purdue University Distinguished Education Alumni Award, 1996



Nominated for a Seraphia D. Leyda University Teaching Fellowship, 1995



Nominated for the International Reading Association Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading Award, 1995-96



Recipient of the 1992 Ferguson Faculty Award: the College of Education at the University of New Orleans presents this award annually to the one faculty member who best exemplifies the high faculty standards and ideals of the College. Award presented at the Honors Convocation, April 29, 1992.



Recipient of the Amoco Foundation Undergraduate Teaching Award, 1985



Nominated for the Amoco Foundation Undergraduate Teaching Award, 1984



Nominated for the International Reading Association's Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading Award, 1984-85



Recipient of the University of New Orleans Alumni Association Award for Excellence in Teaching at U.N.O., 1981





D. Academic service



University



Member, CSUS Service Learning Scholars Group, 2000-Present



Member, Research Council, 1998-present



Invited Panel Speaker: Support for Teaching Excellence, New Faculty Orientation, Fall 1997



Secretary, University Grievance Committee, 1996-1997



Member, Search Committee for Senior Women's Administrator, Athletic Department, 1995



Member, UNO Athletic Council, 1995-1998



Member, Task Force on Teaching Enhancement, 1994-1997



Member, Subcommittee on Intercollegiate Athletics for Self-Study for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), 1993



Full Member, Graduate Faculty, 1991-1996



Member, Graduate Council, 1992-1993



Member, The Edgar E. Burks Memorial Award for Leadership Selection Committee, 1991



Invited Speaker: University of New Orleans, ACOR 1006 (Career Awareness class). "Careers in Education." September 27, 1990.



Chair, Academic Subcommittee of the Athletic Council, 1989-1990



Member, UNO Athletic Council, 1988-1993



Member, UNO-Delgado Community College Articulation Committee, 1988



Full Member, Graduate Faculty, 1986-1991



Member, UNO Athletic Council, 1986-1988



Member, Board of Regents Task Force Committee for Teacher Preparation and Certification, 1986



Member, UNO Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline, 1984-1988



Member, UNO Committee for the Protection of Human and Animal Subjects, 1983-1987



Member, Library Committee, 1983-1986



Member, UNO Self-Study Steering Committee, 1983



Member, Search Committee for Dean of the College of Education, 1981-1982



Member, University Senate, 1980-1981



Member, University Committee on Courses and Curricula, 1979-1982



Associate Member, Graduate Faculty, 1977-1985



Member, Faculty Council, 1977-Present





College



Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1996-1998



Member, Teacher Education Council, Appointed, 1996-Present



Facilitator, College Faculty Workshop, Design and Use of Surveys of Program Graduates: Undergraduate, August, 1996



Presenter, College Faculty Workshop, Portfolio Assessment in the Doctoral Program, August, 1995



Coordinator, Teaching Enhancement Program, 1992-1993



Chair, Teaching Enhancement Committee, 1991-1993



Member, NCATE Committee representing Curriculum & Instruction, 1991-1994



Member, Search Committee, Special Education and Habilitative Services Faculty Positions, 1988-1989



Member, College of Education Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1988



Member, NCATE Committee, Academic Programs: Specialty Fields, 1988



Member, NCATE Committee, Governance and Resources, 1988



Member, College of Education Scholarship, Honors, and Awards Committee, 1987-1988



Member, Task Force on Merit, 1983-1985



Member, College of Education Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1983



Member, Distinguished Dissertation Award Committee, 1980-1983



Member, Committee on Organized Research, 1979-1982; Chairperson, 1980-1982



Member, Courses and Curricula Committee, 1979-1982



Department



Member, Elementary Area Group, 1999-2001



Member, Language and Literacy Area Group, 1999-2001



Member, NCATE Folio and Rejoinder Committee for Reading Specialist, 1997-1998



Member, Teacher Education, 1997-1998



Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1996-1998



Member, NCATE Folio Review Rejoinder Writing Committee for Lower Elementary Education, 1994-1995



Member, Graduate Education Committee, 1994-1996



Member, Graduate Studies Committee, 1993-1994



Member, Teacher Preparation Program Committee, 1992-93



Chair, Subgroup for Secondary/English Education position, 1991-92



Member, Search Committee for Early Childhood, Elementary Curriculum, Mathematics Education, Secondary Reading/English Education and Computers in Education positions, 1991-92



Alternate, Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1991



Member, Literacy and Language Doctoral Program Committee, 1989-Present



Member, Courses and Curricula Committee, 1990-1992



Member, Committee for the Implementation of the Teacher Preparation Program, 1990-1991



Member, Faculty Rating Standards/Merit Procedures Committee, 1990-1991



Chair, Doctoral Screening and Qualifying Examination Committee/Reading, English, Language Arts, 1990-1991



Member, Revision of Undergraduate Certification Program Committee, 1989-90



Member, Undergraduate Final Course Grade Appeal Committee, 1989-90



Member, Graduate Grade Appeals Committee, 1988-89



Member, Ad Hoc Merit Procedure Committee, 1987-1988



Member, Ad Hoc Five-Year Plan Committee, 1987



Department Chairperson, 1985-1988



Chair, Budget Committee, 1985-1987



Member, Computer Committee, 1984-1985



Member, Undergraduate Released-Time Committee, 1984-1985



Member, Honors and Awards Committee, 1982-1985



Member, Student Evaluation of Faculty Committee, 1982-1983



Member, Nominating Committee, 1982



Member, Undergraduate Grade Appeals Committee, 1981-1983



Member, Courses and Curricula Committee, 1980-1982



Member, Graduate Grade Appeals Committee, 1980-1981



Member, Departmental Chairman Nominating Committee, 1979



Member, Undergraduate Advisory Committee, 1978-1979



Chairperson, Ad Hoc Treatment Center Committee, 1978



Member, Graduate Advisory Committee, 1977-1978



Member, Faculty Advisory Committee, 1977-1978



Member, Steering Committee, University of New Orleans, 1977-1978



Member, Doctoral Screening and Qualifying Examination Committee for Curriculum and Instruction/Reading, English, Language Arts, 1977-Present



Member, Doctoral Screening and Qualifying Examination Committee for Curriculum and Instruction/Early Childhood, 1977-1988









E. Community service



Member: II/USP (Immediate Intervention for Underperforming Schools Program) Committee for Howe Avenue School, Spring, 2002



PDS Liaison Activities at Howe Avenue School, Summer, 2001.



Phase I Orientation Day, Howe Avenue PDS table, May 11, 2001



Participant: Office of Community Collaboration's all day "How to do it" workshop on service learning, January 16, 2001



University Representative: AeroHaven Elementary School Inservice for DRA, Developmental Reading Assessment, November 13, 2000



Session Leader: Region 1 Service Center Faculty Cadre. Professional Portfolios: Putting It All Together, November, 1997

Session Leader: Region 1 Service Center Faculty Cadre. Professional Portfolios: Collect, Select, Reflect, October, 1997



Session Leader: Region I Service Center Faculty Cadre. Professional Portfolios: What and Why, September 24, 1997



Consultant: Pittman Elementary School. Literacy Instructional Strategies. Ongoing from February through March, 1996.



Consultant: Woodmere Elementary School. "Best Practice in Literacy Instruction." January 25, 1996



Consultant: Schaumburg Elementary School. "An Introduction to the Use of Portfolios." April 20, 1993.



Speaker: Compact 6 Curriculum Subcommittee meeting at Jefferson Elementary School. "The UNO Portal School Project." February 11, 1993.



Consultant: Live Oak Middle School. "Thematic Units: Strategies for Implementing." June 10, 1992.



Consultant: Live Oak Middle School. "Reading, Writing, Thinking Across the Curriculum: What Does the Literature Say?" June 9, 1992.



Consultant: Schaumburg Elementary School. "Using Portfolios for Evaluation of Reading and Writing Performance." May 27, 1992.



Consultant: Live Oak Middle School. "How can Chapter I teachers better meet the literacy needs of their students." October 9, 1991.



Consultant: New Orleans Free School. "Monitoring the Language and Literacy Development of At-Risk Students in a Literature-Based Reading Program." August 30, 1991.



Consultant: New Orleans Free School. "Teacher Participation in a Collaborative Effort Through Student/Teacher Dialogue in Daily Logs." January 11, 1991.



Consultant: New Orleans Free School. "Benefits of University/Public School Collaboration on Elementary School Children." August 31, 1990.



Consultant: Hynes Edward Elementary School. "Children's Literature and Thematic Units." May 22, 1990.



Consultant: New Orleans Free School. "Ideas for Collaboration To Enhance Teacher Education." May 16, 1989.



Consultant: New Orleans Free School. "The Importance of Collaborative Efforts Between Universities and Public Schools." May 8, 1989.



Consultant: Immaculate Heart of Mary Elementary School. "Educating Preservice Teachers: How Inservice Teachers Can Help." June 17, 1988.



Consultant: Immaculate Heart of Mary Elementary School. "Making the Reading/Writing Connection in Beginning Reading." February 4, 1988.



Workshop: St. Charles Parish Public Schools, "Reading Techniques to be Used in the Content Areas." Presented at Carver Elementary School, November 3, 1986.



Consultant: Immaculate Heart of Mary Elementary School. "Dialogue Journaling to Improve Writing Skills." October 16, 23, 1985.



Consultant: basics plus, inc. "How to Study in College-Study Strategies." August 7, 22, 29, 1984.



Professional Improvement Program (PIP) Instructor: "Teaching Phonics in the Elementary School." September 18, 1982.



Consultant: Bissonet Plaza Elementary School. "Teaching Reading with Emphasis on Comprehension." November 14, 1981.



Professional Improvement Program (PIP) Instructor: "Teaching Beginning Reading with Emphasis on Comprehension." November 7, 1981.



Consultant: Jefferson Parish Reading Association. "Teaching Reading with Emphasis on Comprehension." October 24, 1981.



Professional Improvement Program (PIP) Instructor: "Teaching Phonics in the Elementary School." September 26, 1981.



Consultant: Archdiocese of New Orleans, Immaculate Heart of Mary School. "Individualizing Instruction." August 26, 1981.



Consultant: Orleans Parish, John McDonogh Sr. High School. "Teaching Vocabulary and Reading Skills in Science Courses." February 20, 1981.



Consultant: St. Charles Parish, R.J. Vial Elementary School. "Reading in Content Areas." January 23, 1981.



Consultant: St. Charles Parish, R.J. Vial Elementary School. "Group Intervention Techniques for Disabled Readers." October 6, 1980.



Workshop: "Activities that Encourage the Teaching of Beginning Reading as a Meaning-Getting Process." at Schneckenberger Elementary School, August, 1980.



Workshop: SPUR, Reading for Meaning. "Beginning Reading for Any Age." University of New Orleans, March 21, 1980.



Consultant: St. Charles Parish, Carver Elementary School. Spoke to Topics: Interpreting Test Scores and Designing Instructional Programs, August 22, 23, 1979.



Workshop: "Strategies for Reading Improvement--Phonic Analysis." Sponsored by St. John the Baptist Parish School Board, Reserve-Laplace, Louisiana. September 5-6, 1978.



Workshop: Show and Tell VII: Tested Classroom Techniques and Strategies. "Getting Students to Read Better." Sponsored by the Greater New Orleans Council of Teachers of English, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 17, 1978.



Demonstrator: Sullivan Programmed Readers, Central State Hospital Workshops, Indianapolis, IN, May, 1976.



Workshops: Title I Reading Workshops, Valporaiso, IN, 1975-1976.



F. Other related academic service

Member, Region I LEARN Consortium University Faculty Cadre, 1997-1998



Member, Nonpublic School Selection Committee, Louisiana Students of the Year Awards Program, 1997



Advisory Council, Region 1 Goals 2000 Preservice Teacher Consortium, 1996-Present



Member, Nonpublic School Selection Committee, Louisiana Students of the Year Awards Program, 1996



Member, Region I Goals 2000 Preservice Teacher Consortium, 1995-1996



Invited Speaker, California State University, Chico, Department of Professional Studies in Education. Topic: Corrective Reading. April, 1995.



Member, Nonpublic School Selection Committee, Louisiana Students of the Year Awards Program, 1994



Member, Curriculum Subcommittee for Compact 6, the New Orleans Compact for Learning and Economic Development, Elementary and Secondary Education Partnership, an outgrowth of the Higher Education/Business Symposium, 1993 - Present.



Colloquium Speaker to faculty of the College of Education, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. Topic: Early Field Experiences in Teacher Education. February 22, 1991.



Invited Speaker for Women and The Constitution: the unfinished agenda. Workshop II- Educational Equality: How Can It Be Achieved? Sponsored by The New Orleans Commission on The Bicentennial of The Constitution and The Women's Conference Steering Committee. Fairmont Hotel, University Place, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 22, 1987.



Consultant to the Commission on the Education of Teachers of Reading (CETOR), 1984-1986.



Continuing Public Service for Immaculate Heart of Mary School. Topic: Helping teachers individualize instruction, Academic year, 1981-1982.



Member of the Visitation Committee, Design of Curriculum, Fine Arts, and Reading/Language Arts Evaluation Teams, for Immaculate Heart of Mary School as part of the Archdiocese of New Orleans Five Year School Improvement Plan. Dates: February 26-27, 1980.



G. Unique service to students (Service other than advising)



Guest speaker, Doctoral Seminar in Special Education, Professional Portfolios, March 11, 1998.



Guest speaker, UNO's Language Arts/Reading Program, Quintilian Society, January 27, 1993.



Member, Quintilian Society, 1992-93



Guest speaker, Careers in Education, College of Business, ACOR 1006 course, Fall, 1990

1. University of New Orleans' EDCI courses numbered 3000 are for undergraduate students; courses numbered 4000 are for both undergraduate and graduate students; courses numbered 6000 are for graduate students only.

2. New course developed by Gipe.