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  1. 1. Curriculum Vitae Jo Anne Ollerenshaw http://SceinceStoryteller.comObjectives: To conduct narrative research with elementary and middle level teachers and teacher candidate and their students inscience education settings, and to model the use of storytelling and digital storytelling as a teaching, learning, assessing, andresearching strategy. Academic Education / TrainingDoctorate in Philosophy - Science Education - The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 1998Bachelor of Arts - Education & Cultural Studies - SUNY Empire State College, Rochester, NY 1978Associate in Applied Science - Criminal Justice - Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY 1975Dissertation A Study Of The Impact Of A Supplemental Storytelling (Oral Narrative) Strategy On Fourth Grade Students Understanding Of The Physics Of Sound 1998Certifications Globe 2006 Projects: Wet, Aquatic, and Learning Tree 2000 OBIS 1987 Wildlife Rehabilitation 1986 Project Wild 1983 New York State Public School Certification (NS, K, 1-6): 1978 Summary Of Work ExperienceMcHenry Community College, DIGITAL MEDIA, Crystal Lake, IL 2008Adjunct Professor, Digital StorytellingUniversity of Texas at San Antonio, COEHD, ILT, San Antonio, TX 2005 - 2006Assistant Professor Department of Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching; Taught Middle Level (grades 4-8)Certification Area––Approaches for Math/Science, Integrated Math/Science Lab, and Curriculum & Instruction GraduateProgram––Classroom Instruction & Evaluation; and Member of Graduate FacultyPlymouth State University, Department of Education, Plymouth, NH 2003-2004 Assistant Professor of Education; Taught: Methods I, and Social Environments for Children, Introduction to Childhood Studies; Supervised Student Teachers, and Practicum Field Placement studentsState of New Hampshire, Department of Education, Concord, NH 2002-2003 No Child left Behind, Title IIA, Program ConsultantUniversity of Nebraska Lincoln, Teachers College – Curriculum & Instruction, Lincoln, NE NSF award researcher 2001 - 2004 Assistant Professor: Taught Narrative Inquiry Graduate Research; Science Teaching for 1998 - 2001 Elementary Education majors; Elementary Practicum Supervision; Math Teaching for Elementary Education majors; Elementary Student Teaching Supervision; Elementary Student Teaching Seminar; Elementary Student Teaching Multicultural Supervision; and Hands-On Biology for Elementary Education MajorsThe University of Iowa, Science Education Department, Iowa City, IA 1994 - 1998 Graduate teaching assistant: Secondary Science Education Methods I; Elementary Practicum supervision; Biology Department Teaching for Elementary Majors workshop; Elementary Student Teacher Supervision; Elementary Science MethodsSelected Elementary Teaching Wildwood School-multi-age-grouping (CAIS), Santa Monica, CA. K-6 Science teacher 1987 – 1994 John Hopkins University-Pamona College, Pamona, CA. Math/CTY-SPR Math 5/6 teacher 1989, July John Hopkins University-Los Angeles Unified School District, LA, CA. Math 5 & 6 teacher 1988 - 1989 Crossroads School of Arts & Science (CAIS), Santa Monica, CA. 4-8 Math/Science/Art teacher 1987 – 1988 Allendale Columbia School (NAIS), Rochester, NY. N-6 Science teacher 1982-1987 Oregon Leopold Day Care Center, Rochester, NY. NS-1 teacher 1978 -1980 Rainbow Junction, Inc., Rochester City School #1, Rochester, NY. K-6 Director and teacher 1978-1982 Frantz, J. and M. 100 Douglas Road, Rochester, NY. Governess 1975 -1978 Outward Bound Program for juvenile delinquents, Buffalo, NY. Research assistant 1973-1975
  2. 2. 9/6/08 Ollerenshaw, J 2 Refereed PublicationsRefereed Journal ArticlesInternational Journal Ollerenshaw, J & Creswell, J. W., (June, 2002). Narrative Research: A Comparison of Two “Restorying” Data Analysis Approaches. Qualitative Inquiry http://ejournals.ebsco.com.libweb.lib.utsa.edu/direct.asp?ArticleID=U80TT0L3YA4AJQDM22HGNational Journal Ollerenshaw, J. (2006) Storytelling: Eight Steps That Help You Engage Your Student. Voices from the Middle, 14(1), p. 30-37Regional Journal Kaylor, M., Ollerenshaw, J., Guhlin, M. (2006). Unleash the Power of Digital Storytelling. (part 3). TechEdge, 25(6), p. 18-23 Ollerenshaw, J., Kaylor, M., Guhlin, M. (2006). Unleash the Power of Digital Storytelling. (part 2). TechEdge, 25(5), p. 28-31 Guhlin, M., Kaylor, M., Ollerenshaw, J. (2006). Unleash the power of Digital Storytelling. (part 1) TechEdge, 25(4), p. 22-24 Refereed Conference ProceedingsRefereed Paper Presentations Fies, E., Ollerenshaw, J. (2007) Inquiry Practice: Self-study as a model of inquiry A Symposium paper presented at the Southwest Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX Ollerenshaw, J., Pate, E. (2006). Classroom Management Strategies: Stories from the Field. A workshop to be presented at the National Middle School Association 33RD Annual Conference, Nashville, TN. Andrews, G., Ollerenshaw, J., Park, C., Pate, E., Thompson, K. (2006). Analyzing the State Standards: One Key to Student Success. A workshop to be presented at the National Middle School Association 33RD Annual Conference, Nashville, TN. Ollerenshaw, J. (February, 2006). Co-Researchers: Narrative Inquiry into Teacher Candidates’ Self-efficacy. Paper presented at Southwest Educational Research Association, Austin, TX Pate, E., Thompson, K., Andrews, G., Park, C., Ollerenshaw, J. (November, 2005). Charrettes: Focused, Concise Portfolios on a Specific Topic. A paper presented at the National Middle School Conference, Philadelphia, PA Ollerenshaw, J, (2003, April). Accountability for Equitable Education: A model constructed through narrative inquiry in a reservation school describes the shared responsibility. A paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL Ollerenshaw, J, Newholy, R., Lyons, D. L, Webster, L (2002, November). Native American Teachers: creating opportunities for all Native students. A paper presented at the National Indian Education Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM. Ollerenshaw, J., Lyons, D. L. (2002, April). “Make Relationships”: A professor’s and pre-service teacher’s story about culturally responsive teaching. A paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. Nicholas, S., Hammond, L., Calkin, J., Ollerenshaw, J., Wallace, J. (2002, April). Exploring the Multifaceted possibilities and Dilemmas of Narrative Research. A symposium presented at the National Association for Research on Science Teaching Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Ollerenshaw, J., Lyons, D. L. (2002,April). “Language and Stories: A Santee Pre-service teacher’s and a Professor’s world-views about teaching science in a reservation school. A paper presented at the National Association for Research on Science Teaching Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Ollerenshaw, J., Lyons, D. L. (2002, January). Voices in a reservation school: A sonata-form narrative from a professor’s and pre-service teacher’s story about teaching culturally responsive science. A paper presented at the Association for Education of Teachers of Science, Charlotte, NC. Ollerenshaw, J., Lyons, D. L. (2001, Oct). Teaching Elementary Science in a Reservation School: Stories by a university professor and a Lakota pre-service teacher. A paper presented at the International History, Philosophy and Science Conference, Denver, CO. Ollerenshaw, J., Miller, D. L.; Plano-Clark, V., McEntarffer, R., McVea, K., Creswell, J. W., Clandinin, D. J., (2001, April). Collaborative Qualitative Research: Methodological Perspectives from a Multi-year, Multi-method, and Multi- disciplinary Research Project on Adolescent Tobacco Use. A paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Seattle, WA. Ollerenshaw, J., McVea, K., Creswell, J. W., Plano-Clark, V., McEntarffer, R., Miller, D. L. (2001, April). Stories of High School Students’ and Staffs’ attempts to Quit Smoking: A Narrative study in Two Midwestern-City High Schools. A paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Seattle, WA. Miller, D. L.; McVea, K., Ollerenshaw, J., Creswell, J. W., McEntarffer, R., Plano-Clark, V., Harter, L., Mickelson, W. (2001, April). Engaging High School Students as Co-researchers in Qualitative Research: Logistical, Methodological and Ethical Issues. A paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Seattle, WA. Ollerenshaw, J., Thomas, J., Matkins, J. J., (2001, March) Women Who Run With Children: Three Female Elementary Schience Teachers-Professors’ Myth and Stories About and Learning. Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching St. Louis, MO. Ollerenshaw, J., Thomas, J., Matkins, J. J. (2001, January). Teaching Science and Telling Stories: Becoming An Elementary Teacher Of Science. A paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, Costa Mesa, CA. Bonnstetter, R., Buck, G., & Ollerenshaw, J. (2000, April). Teacher preparation: A multifaceted analysis. A paper presented at the National Association for Research on Science Teaching Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  3. 3. 9/6/08 Ollerenshaw, J 3 Ollerenshaw, J., & Creswell, J. W., (2000, April). Data Analysis in Narrative Research: A Comparison of Two “Restorying” Approaches. A paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Buck, G., Ollerenshaw, J., & Bonnstetter, R., (2000, February). A case analysis of a three-level science education teacher preparation program evaluation plan. A paper presented at the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. Ollerenshaw, J. (1999, March). Opportunities To Learn Acoustics: Fourth Grade Students Meet Modern Challenges Using The Oral Tradition Of Storytelling. A paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. Ollerenshaw, J., (1999, January), An Elementary Science Education Methods Class With A Difference, A paper presented at the Association for the Education of Teachers of Science Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas. Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw (1998, March). Teachers Refocus Learning in a New and Productive Way to Promote Learning. A paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Diego, CA Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw, Monhardt, R., Monhardt, L. (1998, January). Ethnoscicence and Storytelling, A paper presented at the Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, Minneapolis, MN Shymansky, J., Yore, L., Henriques, L., Hand, B., Dunkhase, J., Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1998, January). Students Perceptions of Science Teaching and Attitudes Toward Science Learning and Teachers Self-report of Using Childrens Ideas, Applications of Science, and Use of Print Resources as Indicators of Classroom Teaching. A paper presented at the Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, Minneapolis, MN Lewis Ollerenshaw, J., Yussen, S. R. (1998, January). Storytelling as a Vehicle for Elementary School Children to Think and Learn about Scientific Inquiry. A paper presented at the Story-Telling in Science and Scholarship Conference for the Project on Rhetoric of Inquiry (POROI) at The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., Henriques, L., Chidsey, J., Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1997, March). Reading and Writing to Learn Science. A paper presented at the Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, Cincinnati, OH Lewis Ollerenshaw, J., Dass, M., Freedman, R. H., Wick, D. (1997, March). Success in GER Courses: A Study Based on Students Behaviors and Attitudes, and Instructional Strategies. A paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, IL Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1996, April). Individual Learning Styles, The Barrier for the Non-Science Major. A paper presented at the Natural Science General Education Requirement Symposium, University of Iowa, IA.Refereed Workshop-Paper Presentations Guhlin, M., Kaylor, M., Ollerenshaw, J. (February, 2007). Digital StorySwap: Storytelling in the 21st Century. Conference workshop for the Annual The Texas Computer Education Association Conference, Austin, TX Shymansky, J., Yore, L., Ollerenshaw, J., Brian Hand, B. (January, 2000). Using Childrens Stories, Storytelling and Other Language Activities to Teach Elementary School Science. Pre-Conference Workshop for the Annual Meeting for the Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, Akron, OH Shymansky, J., Yore, L., Henriques, L., Chidsey, J., Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw, Monhardt, R., Hand, B., and Jorgensen, M. (1997, March). Reading to Learn and Writing to Learn Science. Paper presented at the Pre-Conference Workshop for the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, ILRefereed poster-paper Presentations Ollerenshaw, J. (November, 2005) Narrative Inquiry: middle school pre-service teachers’ personal story of school experiences. A poster-paper presented at the National Middle School Conference, Philadelphia, PA Ollerenshaw, J. (February, 2006). Co-Researchers: Narrative Inquiry into Teacher Candidates’ Self-efficacy. Poster-paper presented at Southwest Educational Research Association, Austin, TXRefereed Presentations Ollerenshaw, J, New Holy, R., Lyons, D. L, Webster, L (2002, November). Native Alternatives to Teaching Children: no Indian child left behind. A workshop presented at the National Indian Education Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM. n n n n Ollerenshaw, J., New Holy, R., Umo ho , Lyons, D., Santee Sioux, Webster, B., Umo ho , Webster, L., Northern Cheyenne, Zephyr, L., Yankton Ihanktuwan Sioux. (October 28 November 1, 2000). Storytelling: University-NICC n n n n Collaborative Project helps Pre-service teachers integrate Umo ho culture, and science and math in Umo ho Nation Elementary School Curriculum. A presentation delivered (with elementary pre- service teachers) National Indian Education Association 31st Annual Meeting, Sioux Falls, SD. Ollerenshaw, J., Cordes, J., Faubel, T., Rabke, C., Brown, C., Pedderson, G., Taylor, N., (2000, July). Everybody is a storyteller: You too can capture your students’ attention and integrate the curriculum through storytelling. A paper presented (with co-cooperating teachers and elementary pre- service teachers) at the National Council of Teachers of English 2000 Whole language Umbrella International Conference, Nashville, TN. Ollerenshaw, J. (1998, October). Storytelling (oral Narratives) As A Platform for Students to Understand Science. A presentation delivered (with elementary pre- service teachers) at the Nebraska Academy of Sciences—Association of Teachers of Science at Camp Calvin Crest, NE Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw and Hug, B. (1996, March). Action Research in Science Your Science Class, Your Students favorite class of the day. Paper presented at the National Science Teachers Association National Conference, St. Louis, MO Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw and Hug, B. (1995, December). Computers in YOUR classroom, students can do it. Paper presented at the National Science Teachers Association, Regional Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  4. 4. 9/6/08 Ollerenshaw, J 4 Blunk, S., and Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1995, March). Assessment in the Service of Learning: Chautauqua and SS&C Programs. Paper presented at the National Science Teacher s Association, National Conference, PA. Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1994, December). The Right Brain and the Art of Zeeing! ... or Teach your students the scientific observation through cooperative learning techniques. A presentation at the National Science Teachers Association, Regional Conference, Las Vegas, NV. Non- Refereed PublicationsAssessment and Curriculum Books Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999). Buckle Down on Science for Virginia Grade Eighth. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999). Blast Off On Virginia Science Grade Three. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999). Blast Off On Virginia Science Grade Five. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999) Blast off on Tennessee Science Grade Three. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999) Blast off on Tennessee Science Grade Five. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999) Sharpen up on Tennessee Science Grade Six. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999) Sharpen up on Tennessee Science Grade Eight. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999) Blast off on Massachusetts Science and Technology Grade Four. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999) Sharpen up on Massachusetts Science and Technology Grade Eight. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999) Blast off on Ohio Science Grade Three. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999) Buckle Down on Massachusetts Science and Technology Grade Ten. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., … Ollerenshaw, J., et al. (1999) Buckle Down on Texas Science Grade Eight. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IA Shymansky, J., Yore, L., Ollerenshaw, J., Chidsey, J. (1998). Blast off on Science for New Jersey Fourth Grade. Buckle Down Publishing Co., Iowa City, IATeacher Conferences Ollerenshaw, J. (2002, October). Storytelling and Assessing. A presentation delivered at the 2002 New Hampshire Science teachers Association Spring Convention: Bedford, NH Ollerenshaw, J. (2002, March). Storytelling for Teaching. A presentation delivered at the 2002 New Hampshire Science teachers Association Spring Convention: Exeter, NH Ollerenshaw, J. (2002, March). Storytelling for Understanding. A presentation delivered at the 2002 New Hampshire Science teachers Association Spring Convention: Exeter, NH Ollerenshaw, J. (2002, January). Storytelling for All Occasions. A professional development day workshop for para- professionals delivered at the William Allen School: Rochester, NH Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1993, October). The Aquatic Environment, through the process of scientific observation, cooperative learning techniques, and assessment . . . all in a mason jar pond. A presentation at the California Science Teachers Association State Conference: LAX Focus, Los Angeles, CA. Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1992, October). Your Science Curriculum in a Pond ... The scope and sequence, assessment. A presentation delivered at the California Science Teachers Association State Conference, San Jose, CA. Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1992, March). Build a Galileian Telescope. A presentation delivered at the California Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference, Palo Verdes, CA. Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1991, November). Build a pond at your school, and build your whole science curriculum around it. A presentation delivered at the Greater Los Angeles Teachers Science Association Fall Conference, Los Angeles, CA. Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw. (1991, March). Science and the Teapot ... Everything you wanted to know about the teaching of scientific processes. A presentation delivered at the California Association of Independent Schools Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA. Lewis, J. Ollerenshaw, Hug, B. (1990, November). Solar Energy Cars, Solar Energy Research Institute ... Travel and Grants for Teachers. A presentation delivered at the Greater Los Angeles Teachers Science Association, Fall Conference, CA. Creative Activities And Creative Works Selected Storytelling Activities: CA, IA, ME, MN, NE, NY, TX since 1980Storytelling Storyteller Storyteller UTSA Annual Storytelling Festival, San Antonio, TX March 2007
  5. 5. 9/6/08 Ollerenshaw, J 5 Storyteller UTSA Annual Storytelling Festival, San Antonio, TX March 2006 Read-Across America, Derry Elementary School, NH 2003, Spring William Allen School, Rochester, NH 2002, January National Homestead Monument Storytelling Festival, Beatrice, NE 2000, May LPS - Hawthorn School Storytelling for the opening of school ecosystem, Lincoln, NE 1999, Fall Tuesday Tales, University of Lincoln - Nebraska 1999, July Nebraska Storytelling Festival, Omaha, NE 1999, June National Monument Storytelling Festival, Beatrice, NE 1999, May Read Across America, Roper Elementary School, Lincoln, NE 1999, February Northside Book Market, Iowa City, IA 1998, May Hills Elementary School, Hills, Iowa. 1998, April Horn School, Iowa City, IA (Grade 4) 1997, November The University of Iowas Raptor Center Annual Bird Migration Count, Iowa City, IA. 1996, October The University of Iowa’s Multi-cultural Day, Iowa City, IA. 1997, February Iowa City Chamber of Commerce, The University of Iowa Business Fair, Iowa City, IA. 1997, January West Liberty School Districts 7th-12th Multi-cultural Day, West liberty, IA. 1996, February Iowa City School District, Iowa City, IA (grade 4 Artist-in-Residence) 1996 Como Montessori School, Fort Worth, Texas 1989 Crossroads School of Arts & Science (CAIS), Santa Monica, CA (K-12) 1987-1988 Iroquois School, Rochester, New York 1988 Allendale Columbia School (NAIS), Rochester, NY (N-12) 1982-1987 Storytelling Workshops / Presentations Workshop presenter at the UTSA Annual Storytelling Festival, San Antonio, TX March 2007 National Louis University Interdisciplinary Studies in Curriculum & Instruction M.Ed Field-based classes 2006 - present Rody Days: First-year students introduction to UTSA, San Antonio, TX 2006, August Workshop presenter at the UTSA Annual Storytelling Festival, San Antonio, TX March 2006 Children’s Literature Course, UTSA, San Antonio, TX 2006, July International Association of Reading UTSA Student Organization, San Antonio, TX 2005, November Plymouth State University Winter Arts Conference, Plymouth, NH 2004, January UMass, STEM Education Institute, Amherst, MA 2003, February William Allen School, Rochester, NH 2002, February Distance Learning Seminar, Lincoln, NE 1999, October Science Coordinator and Science Liaisons Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, NE 1999, February Nebraska Teachers of Science Association, Camp Calvin Crest, Fremont, NE 1998, October Distance Learning Seminar, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 1998, September Graduate Workshop. Utah State University, College of Education, Logan, UT 1998, June Distance Learning Seminar, The University of Iowa, College of Education, Iowa City, IA. 1998, March Minneapolis, School District Systemic Reform Project Graduate Workshop, Minneapolis, MN, 1998, June Graduate Workshop, SUNY Oneonta, Oneonta, NY 1997, July Iowa City School District, Iowa City, IA (grade 4 Artist-in-Residence) 1996 The Iowa City Arts Festival, Iowa City, IA 1996, June West Liberty School Districts 7th-12th Multi-cultural Day, West Liberty, IA. 1996, February The Nature Company, Beverly Hills, CA. 1988 Westside Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA. 1987-1994 Digital Storytelling Workshops Digital Storytelling Academy, San Antonio Independent School District, ITS, San Antonio, TX June, 2006 Digital Storytelling Academy, San Antonio Independent School District, ITS-SPED, San Antonio, TX July, 2006 Digital Storytelling Academy, San Antonio Independent School District, ITS-SPED, San Antonio, TX July, 2006 University of Texas at San Antonio, Instructional Technology Course, San Antonio, TX July, 2006 University of Texas at San Antonio, Instructional Technology Course, San Antonio, TX March, 2006 Radio Show interview with Storyteller Englander J. Producer/interviewer. (1996, June). Ollerenshaw, J., and Shimek School’s 4th Grade students. Iowa City, IA: WSUI-KSUI. Ray, D. Producer/interviewer. (1996, January). Storytelling: The School and Community Arts Support. Ollerenshaw, J., Johnston, J., and Ginsberg, M. Iowa City, IA: KXIC. Storytelling Consultant Kraus, A. M. (1998) Folktale Themes and Activities for Children, Volume 1: Pourquoi Tales. Libraries Unlimited, Inc., Englewood, CO. The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Department of Pediatrics, World Wide Web Virtual Hospital, 1997 Storytelling Professional Development Science Cross Cultural Education Trip to USSR - Moscow and Leningrad to collect Russian fairy tales Winter, 1986 Storytelling courses from: Rafé Martin, Laura Sims, Jay OCallahan, and Ed Young. 1980-1983
  6. 6. 9/6/08 Ollerenshaw, J 6 Significant Professional ServiceProfessional Affiliation Memberships• NMSA National Middle School Association 2005 - present• NARST National Association for Research in Science Teaching 1997 – present • Strand 4 Co-coordinator Science Teaching--Middle and High School (Grades 5-12) 2006 - 2008• AERA National Educational Research Association 2000 – present• ASTE The Association for Science Teachers Education [formerly AETS] 1997 – present • Conference Planning Committee 2004 - present• NAS National Association of Storytelling 1980 - 2004• NSA Nebraska Storytelling Association 1998 - 2001• NATS Nebraska Association for the Teachers of Science 1998 – 2001• CSTA California Science Teachers Association member 1989 - 1994 • Planning Committee for LAX FOCUS - CSTA State Wide Conference October 1993 • Regional Representative 1993 -1 994• NSTA National Science Teachers Association member 1985 - 1998 • Anaheim Planning Committee National Conference March 1994 • Las Vegas Planning Committee December 1994 • Southern California Local Elementary Leader 1993 - 1994 • Iowa Local Elementary Leader 1994• GLATSA - Greater Los Angeles Teachers of Science Association 1988 - 1994 • Board Member 1988 - 1994 • President-elect 1992 - 1993 • President 1993 - 1994 • Planned Annual GLATSA Conference: Brain Research and Learning Theory November 1993• Community Member of Iroquois - Seneca Wolf Clan -Seneca Indian Historical Society Inc. 1979 – presentVolunteer Raptor Volunteer. The University of Iowa - McBride Raptor Center, Iowa City, IA. 1995-1998Service Outside University Selected Professional Development Partnerships for Teachers [Since 1994, details upon request] • University of MO at St. Louis – NSF Systemic; MO Science Co-Op June 2000 • SUNY Oneonta, College of Education, Oneonta, NY – Science Teaching Grad-Seminar July 1998 • Minneapolis, MN School District Systemic Reform Project-Science June 1997 • Utah State University, College of Education, Logan, UT Science/Storytelling June 1996 • Distance Learning University of Iowa: SS&C, STS, PALS 1994-1998 Curriculum Development – National Science Foundation Funded-Systemetic Teacher Enhancement • Operation Primary Physics (OPPS) K-2, Townson State University, MD. 1996 • Iowa Scope Sequence and Coordination Project (SS&C) Site Liaison, University of IA 1994-1997 • Bilingual - Parents & Literature in Science (PALS) Site Liaison, University of Iowa 1996 • Iowa -Missouri Science Co-Op University K-6, University of Missouri at St. Louis, MO 2000-2002 Grant AwardsExternal Awarded n n • Umo ho Nation Esthetic Education, funded by Kennedy Canter Partners in Education Project, awarded January 2001 Co-PIs Ollerenshaw, J., Engen-Wadin, N., Nemeth, E. • A Narrative: Science Stories by Native American Teachers-in-Training, funded by National Science Foundation- POWRE, awarded $75, 000.00 August 2000, PI Ollerenshaw, J. n n • Nebraska Native American (Umo ho ) Bilingual Career Ladder Project funded by U. S. Department of Education, awarded $1, 500, 000.00 May 1999, Co-PIs Franklin, E., Ollerenshaw, J.InternalAwarded • Academically Excellent Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. Funded by Academy for Teacher Excellence awarded $1,000.00, November 2005, Co-PIs: Pate, E., Ollerenshaw, J., and Fies, D. • Changing Attitudes and Beliefs: Inquiry–based learning and metacognitive practice, funded by Academy for Teacher Excellence awarded $1, 000.00 November, 2005, Co-PIs Ollerenshaw, J., Fies, C. • UCARE (Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Experiences), funded by Pepsi Endowment, awarded $2,000.00 August 2000, PI Ollerenshaw, J. • Narrative Inquiry presented by D. Jean Clandinin, funded by UNL Research Council Visiting Scholar, awarded $2,235.30 August 1999, Co-PIs Ollerenshaw, J., Creswell, J.

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