未名网 发表于 2014-05-15
|Day 1 - Global Competence
|Day 2 - Technology
|Day 3 - Service Learning
|Day 4 - Social Services
3:00 - 5:00
|Day 5 - Assessment and Evaluation
Dr. Marilyn George, Associate Director of Pre-K-12 Accreditation of Schools,
Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
Marilyn George has been the associate executive director of the Accrediting Commission for Schools, the Western Association for Schools and Colleges (WASC), since 1987. In addition to her knowledge of international accreditation and ongoing school improvement her areas of expertise are school
curriculum/instruction/assessment and professional development. As the associate executive director, her responsibilities for the entire WASC region include: working with international, national and state governments, WASC partner associations, school districts and individual schools in developing and refinement of overall policies, understandings, and detailed procedures; creating/ refining accreditation criteria, materials and processes; developing/ conducting/ facilitating training for all visiting committees/school leaders; training of trainers; supervising and organizing visiting committees and improving related office operations; advising and working with educators and professional associations; and assisting the executive director with numerous tasks/issues. Prior to joining WASC, she has taught at the ^12 and college levels and has been a professional development specialist, a trainer, a consultant, and a high school district administrator of professional development and state/federal programs. She has given presentations and written articles and other publications in the areas of staff development, mentoring, and accreditation. Her degrees are from Westminster College (B.S.), University of Wisconsin, Madison (M.S.), and University of California Los Angeles, UCLA, (Ed.D.).
Dr. Glynda Hull, Professor, Graduate School of Education, UC Berkeley Glynda Hull's research interests include writing in and out of schools; multimedia technology and new literacies; adult learning and work; and community, school, and university collaborations. In 2003 she received the Berkeley campus's Distinguished Teaching Award. She has twice received the Richard Braddock Memorial Award for the best article of the year in College Composition and Communication. In 2001, she also received from the National Council of Teachers of English their award for best article reporting qualitative or quantitative research related to technical or scientific communication. Recent books include School's Out! Bridging Out-of-School Literacies with Classroom Practice from Teachers College Press (co^dited with Katherine Schultz, 2002); Changing Work, Changing Workers: Critical Perspectives on Language, Literacy, and Skills (1997); and The New Work Order: Behind the Language of the New Capitalism (with J. Gee et al., 1996).
Dr. Erin Murphy^raham, Associate Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Education, UC Berkeley
Erin Murphy^raham is broadly interested in the role education plays in fostering or inhibiting social change. At Berkeley, she teaches courses on gender and education