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  • VITA of Deborah Bainer Jenkins (Maiden Name: Deborah L. Bainer) HOME: 2395 Dodson Drive OFFICE: State University of West Georgia East Point, GA 30344 Curriculum and Instruction (404) 629-5800 Carrollton, GA 30118-5110 (770) 836-4461 djenkins@westga.edu ______________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Ph.D. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 1986 Teacher Education (major) Science Education; Elementary Education; Human Development Dissertation: Perceived Problems of Elementary School Teachers Related To Grade Level, Teaching Experience, and Student Background M.S. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 1982 Natural Resources (Environmental Education) Thesis: The Influence of Religious Background and School Philosophy on Moral Reasoning in Selected Columbus High School Seniors Post-Degree Kent State University, University of Akron, OH Earth Sciences, Physical Sciences, Statistics B.S. Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA 1974 Biology, Education Senior Project: The Effects of Visual Stimuli on the Fright Reaction in Zebra Fish Pre-College Corinda State School, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Biology, Zoology, Physical Geography
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 2 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: PROFESSOR State University of West Georgia, Curriculum and Instruction. Teach Ed.D. courses advise students through comprehensive exams and dissertations in school improvement and reform; Teach graduate courses in curriculum and science education; Facilitate development of systematic assessment for new Ed.D. Program; research and writing in school improvement. Chairs: Dr. Paul Phillips, Dr. John vonEschenbaugh PROGRAM COORDINATOR, The Ohio State University, School of Teaching and Learning, INTEGRATED TEACHING Integrated Teaching and Learning Area, Mansfield Campus. AND LEARNING Directing and managing budget for federally funded professional 1994 - 2000 development program for teachers and scientists (total budget: $1.5M); Coordinating certification and graduate Associate Professor programs, including scheduling, staffing, program 1994 - 2000 development, and interaction with local schools; Leading Assistant Professor faculty in developing & implementing Holmes - model 1989 - 1993 certification program; Identifying & developing Professional Development sites; Teaching science and social studies methods, general pedagogy courses, multicultural education, supervision, research methods at graduate and undergraduate levels; Conducting research in school-based partnerships, teacher mentoring, and, teacher reflectivity; Writing and directing grant projects in professional development and environmental education; Advising honors, masters, and doctoral students. Dean: Dr. John Riedl INTERIM PROGRAM The Ohio State University, Department of Educational COORDINATOR Theory & Practice, Columbus Campus. Teacher Education Coordinating doctoral level teacher education program 1995-1996 including scheduling, staffing, recruiting and admitting students, and supervising graduate teaching assistants; Mentoring & communicating with doctoral students & faculty during restructuring year; Representing program area to department and college; Teaching doctoral courses, advising doctoral students', and chairing dissertation and exam committees. Department Chair: Dr. Rob Tierney CHAIR, Biola University, La Mirada, CA. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Teaching integrated elementary methods (science, math, 1987-1989 social studies), psychological foundations of education, introduction to education; Supervising elementary and Associate Professor secondary student teachers in multicultural settings; 1988-1989 Conducting student teacher seminars; Developing model Assistant Professor field experience programs with public schools; Updating 1985-1987 teacher credential programs in accordance with state
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 3 guidelines; Managing budget; Hiring and supervising faculty and staff; Inservicing faculty in clinical supervision and credentialing; Advising candidates for teaching credentials; Advising graduate students in program and theses. Dean: Dr. Ed Norman ACADEMIC COORDINATOR The Ohio State University, College of Education. 1983-1985 Coordinating academic program for introductory education courses including curriculum and evaluation; Hiring, training, providing staff development for, and evaluating twenty TAs; Working with faculty committee on curriculum and program revision. Program Administrator: Dr. Ted Cyphert TRAINING SUPERVISOR The Ohio State University, Development Fund. 1982-1983, 1985 Working with Assistant Director for Annual Giving on telemarketing program; Training and supervising student callers; Compiling and communicating individual reports, pledge trends, and program progress toward goals; Communicating with college representatives within the university. Supervisor: Ms. Jan Cutcher GRADUATE TEACHING The Ohio State University, College of Education, College of ASSOCIATE Agriculture. 1980-1984 Teaching undergraduate education courses (Child Development; Professional Introduction to Education); Supervising undergraduate field and clinical experiences (microteaching, reflective teaching); Managing and lecturing in undergraduate courses. Faculty Supervisors: Dr. Nancy Zimpher, Dr. Rosanne Fortner, Dr. Clint Shepard GRADUATE The Ohio State University, School of Natural ADMINISTRATIVE Resources. ASSOCIATE Coordinating scheduling and maintaining financial, facility use, 1982-1983 and purchasing records for resident environmental education center; Acting as liaison among public school, center staff, and university personnel; Designing and producing public relations reports and brochures. Supervisors: Dr. James Dowdy, Dr. Clint Shepard CURRICULUM Dahlem Environmental Education Center, Jackson, MI RESEARCHER/WRITER Researching preschool through junior high science 1982 curricula; Outlining comprehensive environmental education program for urban schools; Writing teacher guides, staff training materials, and field trip
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 4 outlines for federally-funded project. Supervisor: Dr. Martha Monroe DIRECTOR, YOUTH The Ohio State University and Ohio Department of Natural CONSERVATION CORPS Resources. 1981 Supervising and evaluating staff and resident youth conservation program; Planning and implementingstaff training programs; Completing weekly cost effectiveness and work project reports; Public relations with local and state governments and media; Acting as liaison among university, state, and federal personnel. Supervisors: Dr. Robert Roth, Mr. Dan Atzenhoeffer SCIENCE TEACHER Teaching biology, general and earth sciences to grades 1974-1980 6-11; Supervising elementary and secondary science programs; Coordinating and evaluating field study programs. Dalat School, Penang, Malaysia (1977-1980) Headmaster: Mr. Ed Miner Harrison Hills City School District, Freeport, OH (1974-1977). Principal: Mr. Donald Robinson PROGRAM Muskingham Watershed Conservation District, New COORDINATOR/NATURALIST Philadelphia, OH. 1976 Hiring, training and supervising regional park naturalists; Writing and implementing nature and public relations programs; Program and staff evaluation. Supervisor: Mr. Mark Swiger ADDITIONAL TRAINING AND SKILLS: Training in working with Limited English Proficiency Students (Association of Teacher Educators) Training in Conflict Resolution (Pepperdine University Law School) Training in teacher credential analysis and credential program development (Commission on Teacher Credentialing, Sacramento, CA) Experience writing program evaluation and review documents (NCATE, WASC, State of California) Experience writing for professional and lay audiences SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS:
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 5 Jenkins, D. B. (2001 October). Organizational behavior of effective vs. less effective partnerships. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Jenkins, D. B. & Holbein, M. (2001 October). Developing portfolio assessment to replace comprehensive exams. Invited presentation for Division J (Postsecondary Education) meeting at the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Jenkins, D. B. (2001 October). Publish or perish: Overcoming barriers that block us. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Jenkins, D. B. (2001 October). Characteristics of enduring partnerships. Presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Bainer, D.L. (1999 May). Tools for teachers: Sciencing with Watersheds, Environmental Education and Partnerships (SWEEP). Presented at the annual Communities for Wetlands Education Conference, Terrene Institute, Andover, MA. Bainer, D.L. (1998 October). Why partnerships endure. Workshop presented at the National Symposium of Partnerships in Education organized by the National Association of Partners in Education, Los Angeles, CA. Ganser, T., Bainer, D.L., and others. (1998 October). Critical issues in mentoring and mentoring programs for teachers. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Smith, R.M., Bainer, D.L., & Kramer, G.A. (1998 October). Constructing and analyzing ordered response survey data. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Bainer, D.L., Barron, P., & Cantrell, D. (1998 September). Sciencing with Watersheds, Environmental Educational and Partnerships (SWEEP). Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for Environmental Education, Atlanta. Bainer, D.L., Bremond, L., McEnernery, V., & Walsh, M.K. (1998 June). Education, literacy and corporate programs. Invited session presented at the annual Points of Light Foundation National Community Service Conference, New Orleans. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1998 April). Teacher choices about their own professional development in science teaching and learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Division K, San Diego. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1998 April). Evaluating a constructivist professional development program to improve science teaching. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Division I, San Diego. Bainer, D.L. & Smith, R. M. (1998 April). Refining an instrument to diagnose the effectiveness of school-based partnerships. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Rasch SIG, San Diego. Cantrell, D., Barron, P., & Bainer, D.L. (1998 April). Sciencing with Watersheds, Environmental Education & Partnerships (SWEEP). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Environmental Education Council of Ohio, Mt. Sterling, OH. Barron, P. & Bainer, D.L. (1998 April). A magic brew: The impact of school-based partnerships on students and business professionals. Paper presented to the Forging New Links: Service, Learning, & Volunteerism statewide conference, Columbus, OH. (invited) SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS, cont’d: Bainer, D.L., Halon, C.S., & Barron, P. (1997 November). The impact of school-based partnerships on
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 6 the job-related skills and competencies of agency and business volunteers. Paper presented at the National Association of Partnerships in Education National Symposium on Partnerships in Education, Washington, DC. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1997 October). Teacher choices about their own professional development. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Rodgers, A., Grimm, M. Godby, T. Hayek, S., & Bainer, D.L. (1997 October). Using drama as a tool for reflection in the preservice teacher education curriculum. Interactive session presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1997 October). Teacher choices about their own professional development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Bainer, D.L., Barron, P., & Cantrell, D. (1997 August). Professional development of environmental educators through partnerships. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for Environmental Education, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Bainer, D.L. (1997 March). With a new lens: How partnering impacts teachers' view of and approach to teaching science. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL Bainer, D.L. (1997 March). The impact of school-based partnerships on the job-related skills of professionals. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Bainer, D.L., Cantrell, D., & Barron, P. (1996 October). The impact of partnering: Results. Paper presented at the Partnership Renewal Conference, Science & Mathematics Network of Central Ohio, Columbus, OH. (invited) Bainer, D.L. (1996 October). An overview of school-based partnerships. Part of a symposium on Educating the Professions presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Bainer, D.L., Halon, C.S., & Williams, D. (1996 October). Professional development of natural resources professionals through school-based partnerships. Part of a symposium on Educating the Professions presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Halon, C.S. & Bainer, D.L. (1996 October). Professional development of business professionals through school-based partnerships. Part of a symposium on Educating the Professions presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Bainer, D.L. (1996 May). Teacher problems: A Rasch analysis. Paper presented to the faculty brown bag seminar, OSU Mansfield, OH. (invited) Bainer, D.L. (1996 April). An empirical examination of four models of effective school partnerships: A study in progress. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York. Bainer, D.L. & Williams, D. (1995 October). Evaluating the effects of environmental science programs on teachers, students, & communities. Part of a symposium on program evaluation presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS, cont’d: SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS, cont’d: Bainer, D.L. (1995 April). The impact of reform-based partnerships on instruction and learning. Paper
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 7 presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco. Bainer, D.L. (1995 April). Mentoring and support behaviors among male elementary school teachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco. Bainer, D.L., Cantrell, D., & Barron, P. (1995 April). Sciencing with Watersheds, Environmental Education, and Partnerships: Development of a professional development model. Paper presented to Sack Lunch Seminar, National Center for Science Teaching and Learning, Columbus. (invited) Bainer, D.L. (1995 March-April). Mentoring and support networks in elementary schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Mentoring Association, San Antonio, TX. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C. (1994 August). Informal mentoring among elementary teachers. Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Summer Workshop, Snowbird, Utah. Bainer, D.L. (1994 April). Mentoring and other support behaviors in elementary schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans. Bainer, D.L., Cantrell, D. & Barron, P. (1994 February). Engaging experiences makes environmental education enjoyable. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Science Education Council of Ohio, Columbus, OH. Bainer, D.L., Cantrell, D., & Barron, P. (1993 November-December). Reforming elementary environment science through partnerships. Paper presented at The National Conference on Science & Mathematics Education: Connecting Resources for Reform. Sponsored by National Center for Science Teaching & Learning, Columbus, OH. Cantrell, D., Bainer, D.L., & Barron, P. (1993 November). Collaborative inservice for partnerships in environmental science. Symposium presented at the National Symposium on Partnerships in Education, Washington, D.C. Barron, P., Cantrell, D., & Bainer, D.L. (1993 November). Collaborative inservice for partnerships in environmental science. Paper presented at the annual meeting of The National Science Teachers' Association area convention, Louisville, KY. Bainer, D.C. & Didham, C. (1993 October). Mentoring and other behaviors in the elementary school setting. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of The Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C. (1993 October). Patterns of interaction among novice, reassigned,& experienced elementary teachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Cantrell, D., Barron, P., & Bainer, D.L. (1993 September). Collaborative inservice to promote activity-based environmental education through partnerships. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of The North American Association for Environmental Education, Big Sky, MT. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C. (1993 May). Mentoring and other support behaviors in the elementary school setting. Paper presented at the annual Research Conference, College of Education, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS, cont’d:
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 8 Bainer, D.L. & Porter, F. (1992 October). An evaluation of elementary inservice training for holistic assessment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western EducationaResearch Association, Chicago. Porter, F. & Bainer D.L. (1992 October). Teacher concerns with the implementation of holistic scoring. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C. (1992 May). How elementary teachers utilize peer support systems. Paper presented at the annual College of Education Research Conference, The Ohio State University, Columbus. Bainer, D.L. & Porter, F. (1992 May). Teacher attitudes and concerns with implementing holistic scoring. Paper presented at the annual College of Education Research Conference, The Ohio State University, Columbus. Jenkins, C. & Bainer, D.L. (1992 February). Enhancing faculty effectiveness in multicultural classrooms. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Orlando, FL. Bainer, D.L. (1991 October). The relationship between instructional domain and the content of reflection among preservice teachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Bainer, D.L. (1991 October). Nine dominant themes in reflection by preservice teachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Jenkins, C.A. & Bainer, D.L. (1991 August). Common instructional problems in multicultural classrooms. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Cincinnati. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C.K. (1991 May). Patterns of affiliation among public school teachers. Paper presented at the annual Spring Research Conference, College of Education, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Bainer, D.L. & Cantrell, D. (1991 May). What do preservice teachers reflect about? Paper presented at the annual Spring Research Conference, College of Education, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Jenkins, C.A. & Bainer, D.L. (1991 April). Enhancing teacher effectiveness in the multicultural classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Irvine, CA. Bainer, D.L. (1991 February). Classroom skills for effective minority teacher education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, New Orleans, LA. Bainer, D.L. (1990 October). Common instructional problems in multicultural college classrooms. Preconference workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Bainer, D.L. and Didham, C.K. (1990 October). Teacher affiliation: A review of the literature. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Didham, C.K. and Bainer, D.L. (1990 October). Teacher affiliation: Can it be measured? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS, cont’d:
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 9 Bainer, D.L. (1990 May). Teacher concerns: An update. Paper presented as part of a symposium on Research in Teacher Education presented at the annual College of Education Research Conference, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. (invited) Bainer, D.L. & Jenkins, C. (1990 April). Influencing academic success in the multicultural classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Spokane, WA. Bainer, D.L. & Jenkins, C. (1990 March-April). Common instructional problems in multicultural classrooms. Workshop presented at the annual Lilly Conference on College Teaching - West, Lake Arrowhead, CA. Bainer, D.L. & Jenkins, C. (1989 June). Educating toward equity: Issues and strategies for effective multicultural instruction. Preconference workshop presented at the 2nd National Conference on Racial & Ethnic Relations in American Higher Education, Oklahoma City. Bainer, D.L. (1989 February). Thinking patterns of preservice teachers during clinical reflective teaching. Part of a symposium on Reflective Teaching presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, St. Louis. Bainer, D.L. (1988 April). The influence of context variables on teacher problems: A Rasch analysis. Paper presented at the annual joint meeting of the American Educational Research Association and National Council on Measurement and Evaluation, New Orleans. Bainer, D.L. (1988 February). The influence of context variables on teacher problems. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, New Orleans. Bainer, D.L. (1986 April). The perceived problems of elementary teachers. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Science Teachers' Association, San Francisco. Bainer, D.L. (1985 October). Models for the preparation of teachers. Part of a symposium on Alternative Teacher Education Programs presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Chicago. Bainer, D.L. (1985 April). Teaching and learning styles: Implications for preservice science education. Part of a symposium on Brain Behavior Relationships and Science Problem Solving presented at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers' Association, Cincinnati, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1985 April). Ideational pluralism in science classes: What to do when students disagree. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers' Association, Cincinnati, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1983 October). The influence of religious background and school philosophy on moral reasoning in selected Columbus high school students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North American Association for Environmental Education, Ypsilanti, MI. Bainer, D.L. (1983 April). Addressing ethical issues in science classrooms: A model. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Academy of Science, Bowling Green, OH. SELECTED BOOK AND JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS: Cruickshank, D.R., Jenkins, D.B., & Metcalf, K.K. (in press, 2002). The act ot teaching (3nd ed.) New York: McGraw Hill. Jenkins, D. B. (2002). Writing for publication: Overcoming barriers that block us. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 15(1), 31-32. SELECTED BOOK AND JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS, cont’d: Jenkins, D. B. (2001). Why do partnerships endure? In S. Mitchell (Ed.). Effective partnerships:
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 10 Variety of cases and insights. (pp. 63-78). London: Praeger Press. Bainer, D.L., Cantrell, D. & Barron, P. (2000). Professional development of nonformal environmental educators through school-based partnerships. Journal of Environmental Education, 32(1), 36-45. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (2000). Teachers’ decisions about their own professional Development in science teaching and learning. In D. J. McIntyre & D. M. Byrd (Eds).Teacher Education Yearbook VIII : Research on Effective Models of Teacher Education (pp. 44-61). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin. Bainer, D.L. (1999). Issues in mentoring programs for teachers. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 12(4), 3-6. Bainer, D.L. & Smith, R.M. (1999). Refining an instrument to measure the effectiveness of school- based partnerships. Journal of Outcome Measurement. Cruickshank, D.R., Bainer, D.L., & Metcalf, K.K. (1999). The act ot teaching (2nd ed.) New York: McGraw Hill. Bainer, D.L. (1998). A comparison of four models of group efforts and their implications for establishing educational partnerships. Journal of Research on Rural Education, 13(3), 1-10. Bainer, D.L. & Peck, J. (1997). Effective teaching and multicultural religious education. In Wilkerson, B. (Ed.). Multicultural Religious Education, (pp. 294-322). Birmingham, AL: Religious Education Press. Bainer, D.L., Barron, D. & Cantrell, D. (1996-97). Enhancing science instruction in rural elementary schools through partnering. The Rural Educator, 18(2), 12-16. Metcalf, K.K. & Bainer, D.L. (1996). Six promising approaches to teacher education. In Cruickshank, D.R. (Ed.) Preparing America's Teachers (pp. 101-128). Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa. Cruickshank, D.R., Bainer, D.L., & Metcalf, K.K. (1995). The act of teaching. New York: McGraw Hill. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C.K. (1994). Mentoring and other support behaviors in elementary school settings. Journal of Educational Research, 87(4), 240-247. Bainer, D.L. & Cantrell, D. (1993). Instructional domain and the content of reflection among preservice teachers. Teacher Education Quarterly, 20(4), 65-76. Bainer, D.L. (1993). Essential skills for effective minority teacher education. Teacher Education Quarterly, 20(3), 19-29. Bainer, D.L. (1992-93). Problems of rural elementary school teachers. The Rural Educator, 14(2), 1-3. Bainer, D.L. & Cantrell, D. (1992). Nine dominant themes in reflection among preservice teachers. Education, 112(4), 571-578. Jenkins, C.A. & Bainer, D.L. (1991). Common instructional problems in the multicultural classroom. Journal of Excellence in College Teaching, 2, 77-88. Bainer, D.L. & Jenkins, C. (1991). Educating for equity: Issues and strategies for effective multicultural education. In Lee, J., Nieves, A., and Allen, H. (Eds.) Ethnic-Minorities and Evangelical Christian Colleges (pp. 259-291). Landham, MD: University Press. Bainer, D.L. (1985). What to do when people disagree: Addressing ideational pluralism in science classes. Science Education, 69 (2), 171-183. Bainer, D.L. (1984). Piaget in the woods. Ohio Woodlands, 22 (2), 20-21. SELECTED BOOK AND JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS, cont’d:
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 11 Bainer, D.L. & Fortner, R. (1983). The estuary: A special place for biological sampling. Science Activities, 20 (1), 3-8. (Reprinted by Ohio Sea Grant (July 1986), Reprint Series No. OHSU-RS-1). OTHER PUBLICATIONS: Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1999). Teacher choices about their own professional development in science teaching and learning. Columbus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 420 517). Granser, T., Bainer, D.L. and others. (1999). Critical issues in mentoring and mentoring programs for beginning teachers. Washington, D.C.: (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 425 146). Cruickshank, D.R., Bainer, D.L., Metcalf, K.K., Brown, A., & McCullough, J. (1999). The act of teaching: Instructor's Manual. New York: McGraw Hill. Cruickshank, D.R., Bainer, D.L., Metcalf, K.K., Brown, A., & McCullough, J. (1999). The act of teaching: Test bank. New York: McGraw Hill. Bainer, D.L., Cantrell, D., & Barron, P. (1998). Professional development of environmental educators through partnerships. Columbus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 412 118). Bainer, D., & Barron, P., Cantrell, D. (1998 Spring). Sciencing with Watersheds, Environmental Education, and Partnerships (SWEEP): Participant's Manual. (Available from SWEEP Project, The Ohio State University at Mansfield, 1680 University Drive, Mansfield, OH 44906). 268 pages. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 429 807). Bainer, D.L., Cantrell, D., & Barron, P. (1998 Summer). Sciencing with Watersheds, Environmental Education & Partnerships (SWEEP): Instructor's Guide to Implementation. (Available from SWEEP Project, The Ohio State University at Mansfield, 1680 University Drive, Mansfield, OH 44906). 78 pages. Bainer, D.L., Cantrell, D., & Barron, P. (1998). Professional development of environmental educators through partnerships. Columbus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 412-118). Bainer, D.L. (1997). With a new lens: How partnering impacts teachers' view of and approaches to teaching science. Columbus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 406-222). Bainer, D.L., Halon, C.S. & Williams, D. (1997). Educating the professions through school-based partnerships. Columbus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Adult, Career, and Vocational Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 399 463). Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C.K. (1997). Teacher support behavior survey. (On-line). (CD-ROM). Abstract from CDP File: HaPI-CD: HaPI Item. Bainer, D.L. & Halon, C.S. (1997). Voices from the past. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 10(1), 38-40. Bainer, D.L. (1996 Fall). Partnering for elementary environmental science. In The Guide ToMath and Science Reform, 5th edition. Washington, D.C.: Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Collection. Bainer, D.L. (1996). Evaluating the effects of environmental science program on teachers, students, and communities: Part II: Partnering for Elementary Environmental Science.
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 12 Columbus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, & Environmental Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 391 667). Bainer, D.L., Barron, P. & Cantrell, D. (1996). The impact of reform-based partnerships on attitudes toward environmental science and partnering and on classroom instruction. Columbus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 385 448). Bainer, D.L. (1995). Making it happen with partnerships. Conference proceedings: Making it happen: First in science and mathematics education. Executive Office of The President, Office of Science and Tecnology Policy. Washington, D.C. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C. (1995). Mentoring and support networks in elementary schools. Washington, DC: ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Serive No. ED 381 531). Bainer, D.L. & Cantrell, D., Barron, P. (1994). Partnering for elementary environmental science. The Guide to Math and Science Reform, Second Edition. Bethesda, MD: Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project. Bainer, D.L. (1994). Integrating science and environmental education. Contributing writer. Columbus, OH: Environmental Education Council of Ohio and Others. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C. (1994). Teacher interaction patterns: Can they be measured? Washington, D.C.: ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 365 737 and TM 021 002). Bainer, D.L. & Porter, F. (1993). Teacher concerns with the implementation of holistic scoring. Washington, D.C.: ERIC Clearinghouse for Teacher Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 355 511). Jenkins, C.A. & Bainer, D.L. (1992). Common instructional problems in multicultural classrooms. Washington, D.C.: ERIC Clearinghouse for Teacher Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 338 619). Bainer, D.L. & Cantrell, D. (1992). The relationship between instructional domain and the content of reflection among preservice teachers. Washington, D.C.: ERIC Clearinghouse for Teacher Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 330 270). Bainer, D.L. (1991). Classroom skills for effective minority teacher education. Washington, D.C.: ERIC Clearinghouse for Teacher Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 330 661). Bainer, D.L. (1991 December). Urban teachers experience problems. Phi Delta Kappan Newsletter, 22(4), 5-6. Bainer, D.L. (1982). The influence of religious background and school philosophy on moral reasoning in selected Columbus high school seniors. Columbus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 219 264). Bainer, D.L., Monroe, M. & Wolanin, J. (1982). Curriculum units (14) for urban environmental education series. Jackson, MI: Jackson Community College. (Selected as one of ten Outstanding Programs in Nonformal Education by National Science Teacher's Association Search for Excellence in Science Education, 1983). EXTERNAL GRANTS:
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 13 Bainer, D.L. & Walker, B. (1998). Women Students' Survival Manual. Women's Fund, Richland County Foundation. Request: $1000. Fully funded. Bainer, D.L., Barron, P.& Cantrell, D. (1993-97). Sciencing with Watersheds, Environmental Education, & Partnerships (SWEEP). U.S. Department of Education, Dwight D. Eisenhower National Science & Mathematics Program. Request: $375,697. Total Budget: $698,449. Funded by USDE for 1994-95 for $150,587, 1995-96 for $142,500, and for 1996-97 for $91,500. Bainer, D.L., Barron, P.& Cantrell, D. (1994-95). Enhancing Environmental Science through leadership teams and collaborative partnerships. Ohio Board of Regents, Eisenhower Mathematics and Science Education Program. Request: $68,945. Total Budget: $201,044. Funded by OBR for $59,464. Bainer, D.L., Barron, P.& Cantrell, D. (1993-94). Collaborative Inservice to Promote Activity-based Science through Partnerships. Ohio Board of Regents, Eisenhower Mathematics & Science Education Program. Request: $46,356. Total Budget: $168,439. Fully funded. Bainer, D.L., Barron, P. & Cantrell, D. Collaborative Inservice to Promote Activity-based Science Through Partnerships. (1992-93). Ohio Board of Regents, Eisenhower Mathematics & Science Education Program. Request: $43,538. Total Budget: $116,219. Funded by OBR for $35,000. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, C. Interaction Patterns among Novice, Reentering, and Experienced Elementary Teachers. (1991-92). OSU Office of Research and Graduate Studies, Seed Grant . Request: $15,400. Funded for $12,000. Bainer, D.L. Natural Affiliation Patterns among Elementary School Teachers: Start-up Phase. (1990). OSU, University Small Grants Program. Request: $1000. Fully funded. SERVICE PRESENTATIONS: Bainer, D.L. (1998 April). Designing good tests. Session presented at the Faculty Brown Bag, OSU Mansfield Professional Development Committee. Bainer, D.L. (1997 April). Seven blind mice answer questions about Ohio State University. Presented to the annual Honors Student Recruitment Program, The Ohio State University, Mansfield. Bainer, D.L. (1997 November). Developing effective tests. Presented at The Teachers' Round Table, Office of Faculty and TA Development, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Bainer, D.L. & Halon, C. (1997 October). Partnership endurance. Paper presented at the Partnership Renewal Conference, Science and Math Network of Central Ohio, Columbus, OH. (invited). Bainer, D.L. (1997 September). Effective ways of presenting content. Presented at the 11th annual new Faculty Orientation, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1997 February). The impact of partnerships on the job-related skills of business professionals. Celebration and Evaluation Event, The Science and Mathematics Network of Central Ohio, Columbus, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1996 October). Asking questions and leading discussions. Session presented at the annual Celebration of Teaching Conference for Faculty and TAs, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1996 October). How statistics are used to influence public opinion. Presented at the monthly meeting of the Mansfield Rotary Club, Mansfield. SERVICE PRESENTATIONS, cont’d:
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 14 Bainer, D.L. (1996 May). Introduction to Project Aims. Inservice workshop presented to teachers of Shiloh and Plymouth elementary school, Plymouth, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1995 November). Improving the effectiveness of partnerships for youth water education programs. Invited presentation for National Review Team, Educating Young People about Water, Washington, D.C. Bainer, D.L. (1994 October). Rethinking cultural diversity: Creating an environment for success. Workshops presented to the fall conference of the National School Public Relations Association, Ohio Chapter. Columbus, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1994 September). Integrating science and social studies in elementary classes. Workshops presented to teachers of Gahanna Jefferson School District, Gahanna, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1994 February-March). Human Diversity: A Problem and an Opportunity, Cultural Context and its Influence on Learning, The Experience of Gender: What It Means to be Male and Female in School,Transforming the Pedagogy: Instructing for Equity. Series of multicultural education workshops presented for Mansfield City School District and Northcentral Ohio Special Education Regional Resource Center, Mansfield, OH. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1993 May). Teaching inquiry science using Project AIMS. Workshop presented to teachers sponsored by Science and Mathematics Network of Central Ohio, in Bucyrus, OH. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1993 April). Teaching inquiry science using Project AIMS. Workshop presented to teachers sponsored by Science and Mathematics Network of Central Ohio, in Marion, OH. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1993 March). Teaching inquiry science using Project AIMS. Workshop presented to teachers sponsored by Science and Mathematics Network of Central Ohio, in Ontario, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1993 February). Classroom Management: What preservice teachers need to know. Presented to Teacher Education Study Group, Columbus. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1993 February). Teaching inquiry ccience using Project AIMS (Gr. K-6). Workshop presented to teachers sponsored by Science and Mathematics Network of Central Ohio, in Cardington, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1993 January). Tips for motivating students to listen and learn. Presented to volunteers of CHOICES program, United Telephone Company, Mansfield. Bainer, D.L. (1993 January-March). Effective school restructuring: Putting the pieces together. Facilitated teleconference sessions (4), Central Ohio Regional Teacher Training Center. Bainer, D.L. (1992 October). Tips for motivating students to listen and learn. Presented to volunteers of CHOICES program, United Telephone Company, Mansfield. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1992 October). Teaching inquiry science using Project AIMS (Gr. 4-7). Workshop presented to teachers sponsored by Science and Mathematics Network of Central Ohio, Ontario, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1992 August). Managing groups of children: Reactive management. Staff development workshop presented to community youth workers and religious educators, Tallmadge, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1992 August). Managing groups of children: Preventive management. Staff development workshop presented to community youth workers and religious educators, Tallmadge, OH. SERVICE PRESENTATIONS, cont’d:
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 15 Bainer, D.L. (1992 August). Planning for effective public communication. Cross cultural transition and communication workshop presented at the Furlough Seminar, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Colorado Springs, CO. Bainer, D.L. (1992 June). Strategies for teaching with multicultural sensitivity. Faculty development workshop presented by invitation at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. Bainer, D.L. (1992 June). Issues and essential skills for multicultural instruction. Faculty development workshop presented by invitation at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. Bainer, D.L. (1992 March). Multicultural education: What on earth is going on? Presented to the Middle Schools Curriculum Advisory Committee, Mansfield City School District, Mansfield, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1992 January). Tips for motivating students. Presented to volunteers of Choices program, United Telephone Company, Mansfield. Bainer, D.L. & Wright, D. (1991 August). Project AIMS: integrating science and mathematics in the elementary school classroom. Invited inservice workshop for 65 elementary teachers from Worthington, Upper Arlington, and Grandview City Schools. Bainer, D.L. (1991 August). How to develop an effective slide presentation. Invited workshop presented at the Missionary Deputation and Training Seminar, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Colorado Springs, CO. Bainer, D.L. (1991 August). Providing active learning experiences in missions education for children and youth. Invited presentation at the Missionary Deputation and Training Seminar, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Colorado Springs, CO. Bainer, D.L. (1991 May). Issues in teaching for multicultural sensitivity. Faculty development workshop presented by invitation at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. Bainer, D.L. (1991 May). Strategies for teaching with multicultural sensitivity. Faculty development workshop presented by invitation at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. Bainer, D.L. (1991 May). Techniques for asking good questions. Invited workshop presented to the Internship Seminar, OSU Mansfield. Bainer, D.L. (1991 May). Questioning strategies to develop thinking skills. Invited workshop presented to the Internship Seminar, OSU Mansfield. Bainer, D.L. (1991 March). Motivating student teachers to succeed...and to smile while they're doing it! Invited presentations (2) for the Academic Challenge Grant Cooperating Teachers Seminar, OSU Marion, Akron, OH. Bainer, D.L. (1991 March). Beam me up, Scotty: Thinking skills in today's classrooms. Invited presentation to the Ad-hoc Committee on Teaching Thinking Skills, Mansfield City School District. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, D. (1991 February). Sex, lice, and videotapes: What teachers really interact about and why. Paper presented to the Teacher Education Study Group, OSU Columbus. Bainer, D.L. & Didham, D. (1991 January). Motivating students to listen and learn. Two invited training sessions for volunteers implementing the CHOICES program in ninth grade classrooms statewide. Presented by United Telephone Systems, Mansfield, OH. OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE: Reviewer, Science Education Partnership Awards, National Institutes for Health
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 16 Reviewer, Wadsworth Publishing Company, Mid-Western Educational Researcher , Journal of Teacher Education, Journal of Research in Rural Education, Journal of Outcome Measures (1994-present) Co-editor, Mid-Western Educational Researcher (1996-99) with Richard M. Smith & Gene Kramer. (appointed) Consulting Editor, Mid-Western Educational Researcher (1999-2001) Board of Directors, (1996-99) Mid-Western Educational Research Association (ex officio) Program Evaluator, U.S. Department of Education, Office for Educational Research & Improvement (1996) Advisory Council, (1995-97) Mid-Western Educational Research Association (elected) PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS: Mid-Western Educational Research Association (MWERA) American Educational Research Association (AERA) Rasch Measurement, Special Interest Group (AERA) Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) Phi Delta Kappa (PDK) National Council for Measurement & Evaluation (NCME) SPECIAL AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS: Outstanding Scholarship Award (The Ohio State University, Mansfield) (1998) White House Conference on Improving Science and Mathematics Education, Invited Participant (1997) Roby-Foster-Miller-Earick Difference Maker Award for Community Service (1996) Inductee, Ohio Academy of Teaching (1996) Distinguished Teacher Award (The Ohio State University) (1996) Earl W. Anderson Memorial Award (The Ohio State University, College of Education) (1985) Appalachia Educational Laboratory Externship (1984) Graduate Student Alumni Research Award (The Ohio State University, Graduate School) (1984) Outdoor Writers of America Association, Writing Award (1983) Student Leadership Award (The Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources) (1983) Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Rotary Youth Leadership Award Rotary International Exchange Scholarship REFERENCES:
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 17 Dr. John Riedl, Dean & Director The Ohio State University, Mansfield Campus 1680 University Drive Mansfield, OH 44906 (419) 755-4221 e-mail: riedl.1@osu.edu Dr. Donald Cruickshank, Professor of Teacher Education (Emeritus) 2817 Wickliffe Avenue Columbus, OH 43221 (614) 538-1830 e-mail: cruickshank.1@postbox.acs.ohio-state.edu Dr. K. K. Metcalf, Director Center for Research and Evaluation Indiana University School of Education Bloomington, IN 47405 (812) 856-8159 e-mail: kmetcalf@ucs.indiana.edu Dr. Cheryl Fortman Director of Graduate Studies Bluffton College 280 W. College Avenue Bluffton, OH 45817 (419) 358-3330 e-mail: fortmanc.@bluffton.edu Ms. Pat Barron, Executive Director Science & Mathematics Network of Central Ohio 807 Kinnear Road Columbus, OH 43212 (614) 485-9800 e-mail: pbarron@enc.org Dr. Diane Cantrell Deputy Chief, Division of Soil and Water Conservation The Ohio Department of Natural Resources 1939 Fountain Square Ct., E2 Columbus, OH 43224 (614) 265-6788 e-mail: cantrell.2@osu.edu GRADUATE CURRICULUM (BY AREA): TEACHER EDUCATION CREDITS
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 18 Curriculum and Instruction in Teacher Education 06 Classroom Life and Related Theory 03 Inquiry in Teacher Education 03 Developing the Curriculum in Teacher Education 04 Comparative Education 03 Ethical Problems in Education 04 Moral Education in the School 04 Fundamentals of Curriculum 03 Moral Education Seminar 03 Independent Study 02 Field Experience in Teacher Education 03 Professional Preparation Seminar 02 Research in Teacher Education 54 93 SCIENCE EDUCATION (Elementary Emphasis) Logic & Psychology in Science & Mathematics 03 Science in the School Curriculum 04 Global Energy Clinic 03 Science in Elementary Education 03 Science in Early Childhood Education 03 Changing Elementary School 03 School Problems in Child Development 03 Roots of Fantasy in Children's Literature 03 Teaching Young Children 03 Photography for Young Children 01 Seminar in Elementary Education 03 Independent Study 03 Independent Study 02 Independent Study 02 36 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Learning Styles 03 Measurement of Learning Style Variables 03 Sociomoral Development 03 Nature and Direction of Human Development 03 Development of Dimensions of Cognitive Fns. 03 Advanced Educational Psychology 03 Psychology of Learning 03 Independent Study 02 23 RESEARCH AND EVALUATION CREDITS Research Methods 03 Research Design 03 Analysis and Interpretation of Data 03 Experimental Design in Education 03
  • Deborah Bainer Jenkins - 19 Log Linear Analysis 03 Qualitative Research in Education 03 Statistics in Psychology 04 Correlational Analysis 04 Observing Classroom Instruction 03 Rasch Analysis 03 32 22/02