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  • 1. 1 BRANDON L. MOORE, PH.D. 128 Thompson Circle Lorena, TX 76655 (254) 857-3261 (254) 744-5462 Brandon_Moore@Baylor.edu ACADEMIC POSITIONS Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Program on Prosocial Behavior, Baylor University 2013-Present EDUCATION Ph.D., Curriculum and Teaching, Baylor University – Waco, TX Social Studies Cognate 2009-2013 M.A., Education, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN Concentration in Constitutional History 2006-2008 Graduate Studies, Georgetown University, Washington DC James Madison Memorial Fellowship Summer Institute on the Constitution 2007 Graduate Studies, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD James Madison Memorial Fellowship Constitutional Coursework 2007 B.A., summa cum laude, Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall, MN Sociology/Secondary Social Studies Education 2000-2004 Stephen R. Covey Program, Camp Pendleton, CA Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Course 1998 PROFESSIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE Instructor: TED 2381 - American Educational Thought Baylor University 2011-2013 Instructor: TED 2340 - Introduction to Secondary Teaching Baylor University 2011 Instructor: SOCI 1301 - Introduction to Sociology McLennan Community College 2011-Present Instructor: TED 1312 - Introduction to Teaching Baylor University 2010-2011 Teaching Assistant: EDC 5321 - Contemporary Curriculum Design and Implementation Instructor: Gretchen Schwarz Baylor University 2012 Teaching Assistant: SOC 3402 - Social Statistics Laboratory Instructor: Kyle Irwin Baylor University 2009-2010 Teaching Assistant: SOC 3402 - Social Statistics Instructor: Kyle Irwin Baylor University 2009-2010 Guest Lecturer: TED 3386 - Secondary Social Studies Practicum II Instructor: Tony Talbert 2009
  • 2. 2 Baylor University Instructor: PS 120 - American National Government Southwest Minnesota State University College in the Classrooms 2007-2009 Dawson-Boyd High School, ISD #378 Chair Social Studies Department for School District Advise student government World Geography, World History, Government, Economics 2004-2009 PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS Moore, B. L. (2014). Predictors of educational attainment for veterans? Forthcoming summer 2014 in Academic Exchange Quarterly. LeCompte, K. N., Moore, B. L., and Blevins, B. (2011). The Impact of iCivics on Students’ Core Civic Knowledge. Research in the Schools, 18(2), 58-74. Moore, B. L., LeCompte, K N., and Kelly, L J. (2012). Challenge and Conflict to Educate: The Brazos Agency Indian School. American Educational History Journal, 39(2), 481-499. OTHER PUBLICATIONS Moore, B. L. (2013, Fall/Winter). George Washington: President of precedence lesson plan. The Social Studies Texan, 29(3), 53-56. Moore, B. L. (2012). 20 Ideas You Can Plug Into Your Classroom Next Week: Best Practices. The International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference Proceedings, 2012(1), 179-188. (ERIC Document Reproduction No. ERIC ED531864). Moore, B. L. (2012). Book review of Does God Make a Difference? Taking Religion Seriously in Our Schools and Universities, by Warren A. Nord. Education Review: A multi-lingual journal of book reviews, 1-5. http://edrev.info/reviews/rev1151.pdf Moore, B. L. (2012). A review of Curriculum: From Theory to Practice, by Wesley Null. Educational Studies, 39(2), 244-250. UNDER REVIEW Moore, B. L. “Why not use the GI Bill? A grounded theory for veterans based on the bounded rationality framework.” Status: Revise and resubmit to Current Issues in Education by February 2014. Moore, B. L., and Meehan, J. What happens to the curriculum? The Impact of standardized testing on a public Montessori school in Texas. Status: Under review at Montessori Life. Moore, B. L. “Veterans as teachers? A literature review of inhibitors and enablers for veterans to complete college and veterans as teachers.” Status: Revise and resubmit to Current Issues in Education by February 2014. WORKING PAPERS Moore, B. L. Enablers and inhibitors for veterans to complete a teacher education program. Status: Manuscript complete. Editing for submission March 2014. Moore, B. L. “Truth in Text: Emphasis on Religion in American and World History Textbooks.” Status: Manuscript complete. Editing for submission April 2014.
  • 3. 3 Moore, B. L. No Child Left Behind? The results of NCLB mandates and consequences on school culture in central Texas, Status: Manuscript complete. Editing for submission June 2014. Moore, B. L. Where is the Money Going? The Privatization of Public Education in Texas. Status: Research complete. Writing manuscript. Blevins, B., & Moore, B. Challenging thoughts, changing minds: Preservice teachers reflect on their experience working in an alternative school setting. Status: Qualitative research complete. Writing manuscript. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS “President with Precedent: George Washington.” Lesson plan presented at The Texas Council for the Social Studies Conference. San Antonio, TX, 2013. “20 Ideas You Can Plug into Your Classroom Next Week: Best Practices.” Presented at The Texas Council for the Social Studies Conference. San Antonio, TX, 2013. “Enablers and Inhibitors for Veterans to Complete a Teacher Education Program: A Multiple-Case Study.” Presented at The Clute Institute International Academic Conference. Las Vegas, NV, 2013. Session Chair. “Truth in Text? Emphasis on Religion in American and World History Textbooks.” Presented at The College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for Social Studies. Seattle, WA, 2012. “Citizenship Education Goes Digital: A Three Dimensional Analysis of iCivics.” Presented at The College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for Social Studies. Seattle, WA, 2012. Brooke Blevins, Karon LeCompte, Sunny Wells, Brandon Moore. “Where is the money going? The Privatization of Education in a Central Texas School District.” Presented at the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum. San Antonio, TX, 2012. “Challenging Thoughts, Changing Minds: Preservice Teachers Reflect on their work In an Alternative School.” Presented at the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum. San Antonio, TX, 2012. Brooke Blevins, Brandon Moore. “Truth in Text? Emphasis on Religion in American and World History Textbooks.” Presented at the International Society for the Social Studies. Orlando, FL, 2012. Session Chair. “20 Ideas You Can Plug into Your Classroom Next Week: Best Practices.” Presented at the International Society for the Social Studies. Orlando, FL, 2012. “iCivics in Action: A Six-Week Study.” Presented at the International Society for the Social Studies. Orlando, FL, 2012. Brandon Moore, Karon LeCompte. “Challenge and Conflict to Educate: The Brazos Agency Indian School. Presented at National Conference: The Organization for Educational Historians. Chicago, IL, 2011. Brandon Moore, Karon LeCompte. “Best-Practice Geography Teaching Strategies.” Summer workshop conducted at the Education Service Center Region 12. Waco, TX, 2010. “Why Not Use the Montgomery G. I. Bill? A Look at Structural and Psychological Barriers to Using the G. I. Bill among Veterans.” Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association. Houston, TX, 2009. “The Problem of Poverty.” Visual Sociology presentation at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association. Houston, TX, 2009. “20 Ideas You Can Plug Into Your Classroom Next Week!” Presentation at the Minnesota Council for the
  • 4. 4 Social Studies Annual Conference. Prior Lake, MN, 2009. “George Washington Teacher’s Institute: Mount Vernon.” Presentation at the Minnesota Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference. Prior Lake, MN, 2009. “Take Me There: Planning and Taking Students on Summer Trips to Destinations They Learn About in School.” Presentation at the Minnesota Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference. Prior Lake, MN, 2008. “Social Studies Teaching Strategies and Graphic Organizers.” Presentation at the Minnesota River Valley Education District Annual Staff Development. Dawson, MN, 2007. RESEARCH GRANTS Travel Grant, Baylor University Graduate School (each semester) 2009, 2011-2012 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Baylor Orators Toastmasters Club 7277, Secretary 2013-Present Lorena ISD Parent Teacher Organization member 2013-Present The Texas Council for the Social Studies 2013-Present American Sociological Association 2012-Present The International Society for the Social Studies 2011-2013 Organization of Educational Historians 2011-2013 Southwest Social Science Association 2010-Present Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology 2009-2010 Education Minnesota 2002-2009 National Council for Social Studies 2008-Present Minnesota Council for the Social Studies Board of Directors 2008-2009 HONORS AND AWARDS Best Paper Award, The Clue Institute International Academic Conference 2013 Kappa Delta Pi: International Honor Society in Education 2012-Present Baylor Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society Circle 2011-Present George Washington Teaching Institute Participant for Minnesota 2008 National History Day, Minnesota Teacher of Merit 2007 James Madison Memorial Fellowship, $24,000 Summer Institute on the Constitution at Georgetown University, June-July 2007 2006 Nominated Who’s Who Among American Teachers 2006 Who’s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 2002-2004, 2012 SERVICE Manuscript Reviewer for Journal of International Social Studies. 2013-Present Manuscript Reviewer for Education Policy Analysis Archives. 2012-Present
  • 5. 5 Manuscript Reviewer for Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review. 2010-Present Parent Liaison for Lake Air Montessori Magnet School sixth grade teachers, Waco TX 2012-2013 Title I Parent Committee Member for Lake Air Montessori Magnet School, Waco TX 2012-2013 Contributor to Survey Research Newsletter 2010 Member of Board of Directors, Minnesota Council for the Social Studies 2008-2009 Member of 60-teacher Minnesota Department of Education Quality Teaching Network 2006-2009 Vice-President, Southwest Minnesota State University Student Association 2003-2004 Student Senator, Southwest Minnesota State University Student Association 2002-2003 Founder and President of Southwest Minnesota State University Sociology Club 2002-2003 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Program on Prosocial Behavior, Baylor University Character Virtues and College Students 2013-Present Research Consultant for Docent Research Group, Austin TX 2014-Present Primary Investigator, Dissertation: Veterans as teachers? A qualitative study of the inhibitors and enabling factors for OIF/OEF-era active duty veterans to complete a traditional teacher education program and initial certification using military educational benefits. 2011-Present Primary Investigator, Why not use the GI Bill? A case study of the inhibitors to using the GI Bill to attend college for former enlisted, active duty veterans. 2012-Present Primary Investigator, Privatization of Public Education Study 2011-2012 Assistant Investigator, iCivics in Action Study 2011-2012 Primary Investigator, Content Analysis of Religion in Public School History Books 2010 Research Assistant for Karon LeCompte, PhD, Baylor University Curriculum Integration in the Elementary Classroom Preservice Teachers and Civic Engagement 2010-2011 Research Assistant for Kyle Irwin, PhD, Baylor University Social Trust and Sharing 2009-2010 Research Assistant, Center for Community Research and Development, Baylor University Five-digit random number generator for Center for Community Research and Development (CCRD) Poll 113 Primary and Secondary supervisor for student callers for CCRD Poll 113 Conducting statistical frequencies for final poll report for CCRD Poll 113 2009-2010 PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES Name: Dr. Tony Talbert Title: Professor, Social Education & Qualitative Research; Graduate Program Director, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education, Baylor University Address: One Bear Place 97314 Waco TX 76798-7314 Telephone: (254) 710-7417 Email: Tony_Talbert@Baylor.edu Name: Dr. Brooke Blevins Title: Assistant Professor, Curriculum & Instruction, Baylor University
  • 6. 6 Address: One Bear Place 97314 Waco TX 76798-7314 Telephone: (254) 710-4581 – work; (210) 683-3874 – cell Email: Brooke_Blevins@Baylor.edu Name: Dr. Gretchen Schwarz Title: Professor, Curriculum & Instruction, Baylor University Address: One Bear Place 97314 Waco TX 76798-7314 Telephone: (254) 710-6121 Email: Gretchen_Schwarz@Baylor.edu Name: Dr. Betty Conaway Title: Professor, Curriculum & Instruction, Baylor University Address: One Bear Place 97314 Waco TX 76798-7314 Telephone: (254) 710-6115 Email: Betty_Conaway@Baylor.edu Name: Dr. Janet Bagby Title: Senior Lecturer, Educational Psychology, Baylor University Address: One Bear Place 97301 Waco TX 76798-7301 Telephone: (254) 710-6119 – work; (254) 722-3360 – cell Email: Janet_Bagby@Baylor.edu