CURRICULUM VITAE
Name: Dr. Damon L. Bahr
Address: McKay School of Education
Department of Teacher Education
201F MCKB
Provo, UT 84601
Telephone: 8014226114
Email: damon_bahr@byu.edu
EDUCATION
Brigham Young University Curriculum and Instructional Science, Ed.D. 1988
Dissertation: "The Relationship between
Reading using Full Graphemic Cues
and Spelling Ability"
Utah State University Elementary Education M.Ed. 1982
Brigham Young University Elementary Education, B.S. 1979
Minor: Mathematics
(note: Mathematics coursework included Calculus, Combinatorics, and Mathematics Aesthetics.)
ADDITIONAL PREPARATION (Mathematics Education)
San Diego State University Mathematics Beliefs 2001
Utah State Office of Educ. Standardsbased Pedagogy 1994  1995
Alpine School District Graphing Calculators 1995
Alpine School District Algebra Lab Gear 1993
ADDITIONAL PREPARATION (Science Education)
Utah State Office of Educ. Science Curriculum Design 1994
Utah State Office of Educ. Science Performance Assessment 1993
Alpine School District Physical Science Training 1992
Brigham Young University Science Criterion Testing 1987
PROFESSIONAL LICENSING
Professional Educator License – State of Utah – Level 3 2013 (expires)
K6 Elementary Mathematics Endorsement
(note: I was the first person in Utah to be awarded this endorsement) 2005
SCHOLARLY WORK
Refereed Publications
Bahr, D. L., Monroe, E. E., & Mantilla, J. M. (in press). Developing a
framework of outcomes for mathematics teacher learning: Three mathematics
educators engage in collaborative selfstudy. Teacher Education Quarterly.
Bahr, D. L., & Bahr, K. (Feb, 2017). Engaging listening students in mathematical discussions. Teaching Children Mathematics, 23(6), 350359.
Bahr, D. L., Monroe, E.E., & Eggett, D. (2013, 10.1007/s108570139258z). The structural
and conceptual interweaving of mathematics methods coursework and field
practica in an era of mathematics reform. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education,
17(3), 271297.
Bahr, D. L. (September 30, 2013). It takes a village: investigating the critical role clinical
faculty play in mathematics teacher education. Teacher Development, 4, 120.
Bahr, D. L., Monroe, E. E., & Shaha, S. (2013). Examining Preservice Teacher Belief
Changes in the Context of Coordinated Mathematics Methods Coursework and
Classroom Experiences. School Science and Mathematics, 113(3), 144155.
Billen, M.T., Wilcox, B., Bahr, D.L., Shumway, J., Korth, B., Yates, E., Morrison, T.G.,
Simmerman, S., Harward, S. V., Peterson, N. & Pierce, L. E. (2011). Instruction and
physical environments that support process writing in elementary classrooms.
Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers (ALER) Yearbook.
Bahr, D. L., Monroe, E. E., Balzotti, M., & Eggett, D. (2009). Crossing the barriers between
preservice and inservice mathematics teacher education: An Evaluation of the Grant School Mathematics Project. School Science and Mathematics, 109(4), 223238.
Bahr, D. L,. & Sudweeks, R. (2008). Teacherdeveloped mathematics performance
assessments in the context of reformbased professional development. Focus on
Learning Problems in Mathematics, 30(1), 1233.
Bahr, D. L., & Monroe, E. E. (2008). An exploration of the effects of a practicum intensive
mathematics methods course on the beliefs of elementary preservice teachers.
International Journal of Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Retrieved January 4,
2009, from http://www.cimt.plymouth.ac.uk/journal/default.htm.
Bosse, M. J., & Bahr, D. L. (2008). The state of balance between procedural knowledge and
conceptual understanding in mathematics teacher education. International Journal of
Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Retrieved January 4, 2009, from
http://www.cimt.plymouth.ac.uk/journal/default.htm.
Bahr, D.L. & Bosse, M. & Eggett, D. (2008) Gauging the relative effects of reform based
curriculum materials and professional development in promoting changes in teacher
beliefs. Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership, 10(2), 2837.
Bahr, D. L. (2007). Creating mathematics performance assessments that address multiple student levels. The Australian Mathematics Teacher, 63(1), 3340.
Bahr, D. L., Farnsworth, B. J., Shaha, S., Lewis V., & Benson, L. (2004). Preparing
tomorrow’s teachers to use technology: Attitudinal impacts of technology
supported field experience on preservice teacher candidates. Journal of Instructional
Psychology, 31(2), 8897.
Benson, L., Farnsworth, B. J., Bahr, D. L., Lewis, V., & Shaha, S. (2004). The impact of
training in technology assisted instruction on skills and attitudes of preservice
teachers. Education. 12(4), 649663.
Lewis, V., Shaha, S., Farnsworth, B. J., Benson, L., & Bahr, D. L. (2003). The use of
assessment in improving technologybased instruction programs. Journal of
Instructional Psychology, 30(2), 110119.
Farnsworth, B. J., Shaha, S., Bahr, D. L., Lewis, V., & Benson, L. (2002). Preparing
tomorrow’s teachers to use technology: Learning and attitudinal impacts on
elementary students. Journal of Instructional Psychology, vol. 30(1), 121138.
Refereed PublicationsRegional Journals
Hendrickson, S., Hilton, S.C., & Bahr, D.L. (2010). The comprehensive mathematics
instruction (CMI) framework: a new lens for examining teaching and learning in the
mathematics classroom. Impact 11(2), 1316.
Hendrickson, S., Hilton, S.C., & Bahr, D.L. (2009). Using the comprehensive mathematics
instruction (CMI) framework to analyze a mathematics teaching episode. Utah
Mathematics Teacher, 2(1), 2126.
Hendrickson, S., Hilton, S.C., & Bahr, D.L. (2008). The comprehensive mathematics
instruction (CMI) framework: a new lens for examining teaching and learning in the
mathematics classroom. Utah Mathematics Teacher, 1(1), 4452.
Bahr, D. & Sudweeks, R.R (1998). An evaluation of full graphemic cues reading instruction. Utah Journal of Reading and Literacy, 3(1), 1319.
NonRefereed Publications
Monroe, E. E., Panchyshyn, R., & Bahr, D. L. (2006). Helping children succeed with word
problems. Mathematics in School, 35(1), 45.
Bahr, D. L. (2006). Creating performance assessments in secondary mathematics classrooms. Mathematics in School; 35(5), 48.
Articles in Review
Rino, J. S., Bahr, D. L., Sudweeks, R., & Monroe, E. E., (in review). Survey
measuring elementary teacher’s implementation of standardsbased mathematics
teaching: A psychometric analysis. Investigations in Mathematics Learning.
Bahr, D. L., Rino, J. S., Newberry, M., Losser, J. & Leavitt, T., & Balzotti, M. (revise and
resubmit). Leveraging simultaneous renewal in an era of mathematics education
reform. Teaching and Teacher Education.
Young, J. & Bahr, D. L. (revise and resubmit). Learning to orchestrate productive
Mathematical discussions. Teaching Middle School Mathematics.
Textbooks
Bahr, D.L. & de Garcia. L. A., (2008). Elementary Mathematics is Anything but Elementary.
Florence, KY: Cengage Learning.
Bahr, D. L. (1999). Teaching Math the Way Children Think. Lehi, Utah: Swift Publishing,
Inc.
Doctoral Dissertation
The Relationship Between Reading by Full Graphemic Cues and Spelling Ability, 1988.
Instructional Projects
2006present; Utah Elementary Mathematics Endorsement Project.
2006present; CITES Mathematics Initiative.
20042006; Alpine School DistrictUtah State Office of EducationSouthern Utah University Elementary Mathematics Endorsement and Masters Program.
2003  2006: Nebo School DistrictUtah State Office of EducationSouthern Utah University Elementary Mathematics Endorsement and Masters Program.
1993; Science Performance Assessment Development Team; Utah State Office of Education.
1993; Science Core Curriculum Revision Committee; Utah State Office of Education.
19921993; State Systemic Math Initiative; Utah State Office of Education.
1991; Reading and Language Arts Curriculum Revision Committee; Alpine School District
1988; Science Core Curriculum Test Development; Utah State Office of Education.
PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
International
Bahr, D. L., Rino, J. S., Newberry, M., & Losser, J. & Leavitt, T. (2014). Leveraging
simultaneous renewal in an era of mathematics education reform. National Council
of Teachers of Mathematics Research Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Bahr, D. L., Monroe, E. E., Rino, J. S. (2014). Leveraging simultaneous renewal in an era of
mathematics education reform. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators,
Irvine, CA.
Monroe, E. E. & Bahr, D. L. (2013). Minilessons that maximize numerical reasoning.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Denver, CO.
Rino, J. S., Bahr, D. L., Sudweeks, R., & Monroe, E. E., (2013). Survey measuring
elementary teacher’s implementation of standardsbased mathematics teaching: A
psychometric analysis. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research
Presession, Denver, CO.
Bahr, D. L. (2013). It takes a village: Investigating the critical role clinical faculty play in
mathematics teacher education. National Network for Educational Renewal,
Albuquerque, NM.
Bahr, D. L. (2013). It takes a village: Investigating the critical role clinical faculty play in
mathematics teacher education. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Research Presession, Denver, CO.
Bahr, D. L. (2013). It takes a village: Investigating the critical role clinical faculty play in
mathematics teacher education. National Association of Professional Development
Schools, New Orleans, LA.
Rino, J. S., Monroe, E. E., & Bahr, D. L. (2013). Special educators’ movement toward
reformedbased mathematics education : A crosscase analysis. Association of
Mathematics Teacher Educators, Orlando, FL.
Bahr, D. L. & Tanner, A. J. (2013). ^{Integrating content and pedagogy instruction in}
^{ mathematics teacher preparation: Where are we?}^{ }Association of Mathematics
Teacher Educators, Orlando, FL.
Rino, J. S., Bahr, D. L., Sudweeks, R., & Monroe, E. E., (2012). Survey measuring
elementary teacher’s implementation of standardsbased mathematics teaching: A
psychometric analysis. Northwest Regional Educational Research Association,
Park City, UT.
Monroe, E. E., Bahr, D. L., & Rino, J. S. (2012). Special educators movement toward reform
based mathematics: A crosscase analysis. National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics Research Presession, Philadelphia, PA.
Bahr, D. L., Rino J. S. (2012). It takes a village: Investigating the critical role clinical
faculty play in mathematics teacher education. Association of Mathematics Teacher
Educators, Irvine, CA.
Bahr, D. L., Bahr, K., & Monroe, E. E. (2011). Engaging ALL students in classroom
discourse, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Indianapolis, IN.
Monroe, E. E., Bahr, D. L., & Wentworth, N. (2011). Using children’s literature to teach
mathematics: Learning from teacher research. National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics, Indianapolis, IN.
Monroe E. E., Webb, H. H., & Bahr, D. Graham R. (2011). English learners’mathematical
thinking when taught mathematics vocabulary. National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics Research Presession, Indianapolis, IN.
Bahr, D. L. & Monroe, E. E. (2011). An integrated model of teacher change (IMTC) in an
era of mathematical reform. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Irvine,
CA.
Hardy, M. V., Young, M. J., Yi, Q., Sudweeks, R. R, Bullough, Bahr, D. L., (2011).
Investigating the content and construct representation of a commonitem design when creating a vertical scale, National Council on Measurement in Education, New
Orleans, LA.
Webb, H. H., Monroe E. E., Bahr, D. & Graham R. (2010). Using researchbased strategies
to help English language learners develop the vocabulary of mathematics, National
Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Presession, San Diego, CA.
Monroe, E. E. & Bahr, D. L. (2010). Maximizing the potential of children’s literature in
teaching mathematics: What we can learn from teachers. National
Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Webb, H. H., Monroe E. E., Bahr, D. & Graham R. (2010). Using researchbased
strategies to help English language learners develop the vocabulary of
mathematics, International Reading Association Reading and Literacy: Delegation
to Israel, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Hilton, S., Hendrickson, S., & Bahr, D.L. (2010). The Comprehensive Mathematics
Instruction (CMI) Framework: A new lens for examining teaching and learning in the
mathematics classroom. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Irvine, CA.
Bahr, D. L., Monroe, E.E., & Wentworth, N. (2009). An evaluation of conducting methods
courses at elementary school sites. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Research Presession, Washington, D.C.
Bahr, D.L., Peterson, B., Reys, R., Lovin, L., Karp, K., Arbaugh, F., Corey, D., Burrill, G.,
Van Zoest, L., & Hendrix, T. (2009). Teaching Teachers: A workshop for new
mathematics teacher educators. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators,
Orlando, FL.
Bahr, D. L., Bahr, K. (2008). Documenting the progression of mathematical discourse in a
kindergarten classroom. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Salt Lake City,
UT.
Sudweeks, R. R, Hardy, M. V., Bullough, R.V., Bahr, D.L., Monroe, E.E., McEwen, M.R., &
Thayn, S. (2008). Constructing vertically scaled mathematics tests for tracking student growth in valueadded studies of teacher effectiveness. National Council on
Measurement in Education, New York City, NY.
Bahr, D. L., Monroe, E. E., & Anderson, L. (2008). Crossing the barriers between preservice
and inservice mathematics teacher education: An Evaluation of the Grant School
Mathematics Project, Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Tulsa, OK.
Post, R., & Bahr, D. L. (2006). Partners integrating preservice and inservice mathematics
education. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research PreSession, St. Louis, MO.
Bahr, D. L. (2005, November). Crossing barriers between preservice and inservice
mathematics teacher education. School Science and Mathematics Conference, Fort
Worth, TX.
Bahr, D. L., Balzotti, M., Call, N., & May, D. (2005, January). Crossing barriers between
preservice and inservice mathematics teacher education. Association of Mathematics
Teacher Educators Conference, Dallas, TX.
Bahr, D. L. (2003, October). Elementary arithmetic is algebra without variables. National
Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Bahr, D. L., Lambert, L., Taylor, K. D., & Williams, F. (2002, February). Using thinkaloud
validation as a means for obtaining faculty support for a student evaluation
instrument. Professional Organization and Development Conference, St. Louis, MO.
Bahr, D. L., Aslett, R., Corrigan, S., Farnsworth, B. J., & Peterson, N. (1999, April). Field
experiences enhance methods instruction. Association of Childhood Education
International Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Bahr, D. L. (1999, April). Multiple subtraction definitions. National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Bahr, D. L. (1997, April). Multiple operation definitions. T^{3} Mathematics and Technology
Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Bahr, D. L. (1989, March). Spelling and reading by full graphemic cues. American
Educational Research Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Bahr, D. L. (1984, April). If it’s worth teaching it’s worth precision teaching. International
Precision Teaching Conference, Seattle, WA.
Bahr, D. L., & HeinzigTaylor, L. (1984, April). Precision teaching inservice program.
International Precision Teaching Conference, Seattle, WA.
Regional
Monroe, E. E., Bahr, D., Wentworth, N., & Rino, J., (2011). Special Educators’ Movement
Toward ReformedBased Mathematics Education: A CrossCase Analysis. Northern
Rocky Mountain Educational Research Annual Conference, Jackson Hole, WY.
Monroe, E. E., Wentworth, N., and Bahr, D. L., (2007). Journeys from teachercentered to inquirybased mathematics pedagogy via action research: Teachers tell their stories. Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Jackson Hole, WY.
Bahr, D. L. (2001, February). Subtraction means more than take away: multiple subtraction
definitions. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference,
Tacoma, WA.
Local/State
Bahr, D. L. & Monroe, E. E. (2013). Teaching ‘this way’: What does it mean to teach in the
Common Core way? Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Salt Lake City, UT.
Bahr, D. L. & Bahr, K. (2010). Engaging ALL students in classroom discourse, Utah
Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Salt Lake City, UT.
Bahr, D.L. (2009). A theoretical framework for conceptualizing teacher learning. Utah
Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Salt Lake City, UT.
Bahr, D. L., Bahr, K. (2008). Documenting the progression of mathematical discourse in a
kindergarten classroom. Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Salt Lake City,
UT.
Bahr, D. L. (2006, October). Reform mathematics: Addressing the myths (Invited panel
discussion). Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Bahr, D. L. (2006, October). Designing Performance Assessments on Multiple Levels). Utah
Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Bahr, D. L. (2005, October). Reform mathematics: Addressing the myths (Invited panel
discussion). Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Bahr, D. L., Balzotti, M., & Judd, A. (2004, February). Tearing down preserviceinservice
barriers: A joint professional development system in mathematics teacher education.
Utah Association of Mathematics Teachers Educators Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Bahr, D. L. (2000, October). Preparing children for algebra via conceptual arithmetic
instruction. Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Woods Cross, UT.
Bahr, D. L. (2000). The technological delivery of thematic instruction. Utah Association of
Teacher Educators Conference, Orem, UT.
Bahr, D. L. (1986). Spelling and reading by full graphemic cues. Utah Association for
Supervision and Curriculum Development Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
PEER REVIEWINGJournals
Journal of Teacher Education 2009present
School Science and Mathematics 2008present
Action in Teacher Education 2011
Teaching and Teacher Education 2011
PEER REVIEWING—Conferences
Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 2009, 2011
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Research Presession 2009present
PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
Brigham Young University Associate Professor 2006 – present
(Tenure awarded 2012)
Utah Valley State College Associate Professor 2004 – 2006
(Tenure awarded 2004)
Utah Valley State College Assistant Professor 1997  2004
Utah Valley State College Adjunct Faculty 1993 – 1997
Southern Utah University Adjunct Faculty 2003  2006
Weber State University Adjunct Faculty 1993 – 1996;
2003
Brigham Young University Parttime Faculty 1986 – 2005
Alpine School District Classroom Teacher (grades 4, 5) 1983 – 1997
Alpine School District Inservice Trainer 1984  1994
Washington School District Classroom Teacher (grades 5, 6) 1979  1983
UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE COURSES TAUGHT
Brigham Young University ECE 361 Math Methods 2 credits, Fall 1999present
EL ED 361 Math Methods 2 credits, Fall 1999present
El ED 363 Science Methods 2 credits, Summer 2008
Math Ed 306 3 credits, Winter 19981999
Teacher Workshops 2 credits, 1986present
(Mathematics, Science; etc.)
El Ed 515R: Mathematics— 3 credits, 2006present
K–6 Content, Whole Number
and Operations
El Ed 515R: Mathematics— 3 credits, 2006present
Mathematical Pedagogy,
Elementary Learner
El Ed 515R: Mathematics— 3 credits, 2006present
New Perspectives,
Elementary Learner
El Ed 515R: Mathematics— 3 credits, 2006present
Technology, Enriching
Mathematics Instruction
El Ed 515R: Mathematics— 3 credits, 2006present
K–6 Content, Rational Number
El Ed 515R: Mathematics— 3 credits, 2006present
K6 Content, Algebra and
Geometry
El Ed 515R: Mathematics— 3 credits, 2006present
Utah State Mathematics
Core Curriculum
El Ed 515R: Mathematics— 3 credits, 2006present
Analysis of Teaching and
Learning
Utah Valley State College EDEL 4520 Science Methods 3 credits, 14 sections/yr.
1994 present
EDEL 4510 Math Methods 3 credits, 14 sections/yr.
1995–present
EDEL 3520 Science Content 2 credits, 14 sections/yr.
1993–2003
Math 491R Mathematics for 3 credits, 1 section
Elementary Teachers Lab 2006
EDEL 2200 Computers in Ed 2 credits, 1 section/yr.
20002003
EDEL 3250 Instructional Media 2 credits, 2 sections/yr.
19992004
Southern Utah University EDUC 5580 Math Pedagogy 2 credits, 4 sections
20032005
EDUC 5560 Utah Math Core 2 credits, 3 sections
20042005
EDUC 5900 Math Assess 2 credits, 3 sections
20042005
EDUC 5660 K6 Math Content 4 credits, 3 sections
20042005
EDUC 5990 K6 Math Learner 2 credits, 2 sections
20042005
EDUC 5920 Alg. Foundations 4 credits, 1 section
2005
EDUC 6690 Math & Tech. 2 credits, 2 sections
20052006
EDUC 6000 Psych./Measure. 3 credits, 4 sections
20052006
Weber State University Elementary Science Methods 3 credits, 1 section/yr.
19931995
Weber State University Elementary Math Methods 3 credits, 1 section/yr.
1994–1996
Secondary Math Methods 2 credits, 1 section
2004
TEACHER WORKSHOPS TAUGHT
Nebo School District Standardsbased Math Pedagogy 20052006
Alpine School District Standardsbased Math Pedagogy 2000
Handson Science 1992
trace Computer Technologies 19921995
Essential Elements of Instruction 19891995
TEACHING EVALUATIONS
Utah Valley State College Student ratings typically above 80^{th} percentile
Brigham Young University Student ratings typically average above 7.7 on 8.0 scale
SERVICE
Brigham Young University Recruitment Committee 2007present
Student Probation Advisor 20072009
District Liason Faculty Search 2007present
ScienceMath Faculty Search 2007present
EEPAC 2007present
Teacher Education Restructuring 2009present
Graduate Recruitment Committee – Chair 2010present
Utah Valley State College Education Graduate Program – Chair 2005
Education Faculty Excellence 2005
Education Retention and Admission – Chair 2002  2006
Education Rank, Tenure, Promotion 2003  2006
Senate Faculty Evaluation – Chair 1999  2001
Faculty Senate Representative 1999 – 2002
Utah State Office of Educ. State Core Curriculum Revision Committee 2007, 2009
Utah State Board of Regents College Math Preparation 2004  2006
Math 1050 Improvement 2004 –2006
GRANTS
2011; Park City School District; Systemic Professional Development; (principal investigator);
$20,000.
2011; Brigham Young University Graduate Program; Graduate Student Scholarship; (coinvestigator); $5,000.
2009; United States Department of Education MathScience Partnership; CITES
Comprehensive Mathematics Initiative; (coinvestigator); $645,123.
2009; McKay School For the Strength of Youth; Enhancing the Mathematical Efficacy of
Partnership Facilitators; (principal investigator); $22,820.
2009; McKay School Research; A New Brand of Mathematics Teacher Educators: Reform
minded Clinical Faculty Associates; (principal investigator); $1,420.
2009; McKay School Research; Utah Elementary Mathematics Endorsement Program
Evaluation and Research Project; (coinvestigator); $16,200.
2008; McKay School Mentored Undergraduate; Documenting the Progression of
Mathematical Discourse in a Kindergarten Classroom; (principal investigator).
2007; McKay School Research; Conducting Methods Courses at Public Schools; (principal
investigator); $3,180.
2006; Utah State Office of Education; Utah Elementary Mathematics Endorsement; (co
investigator); $400,000.
2004; Utah State Office of Education; Utah Elementary Mathematics Endorsement;
(principal investigator); $40,000.
2003; Utah State Office of Education; Utah Elementary Mathematics Endorsement;
(principal investigator); $20,000.
2003; Utah Valley State College Outreach Scholarship; Mathematics Methods Preservice
Teacher Beliefs; (principal investigator); $3,000.
2002; Utah Valley State College Outreach Scholarship; Mathematics Methods Preservice
Teacher Beliefs; (principal investigator); $3,000.
1999; United States Department of Education PT3 Technology; (coinvestigator);
$171,000.
1994; Alpine School District Faculty Development; Literaturebased Integrated
Curriculum; (principal investigator); $1,500.
1992; Alpine School District Faculty Development; Technology Integration; (principal
investigator); $1,500.
PARTICIPATION IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1995 – present.
Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, 2001 – present.
Utah Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, 2001 present.
National Science Teachers Association, 1999.
PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
National
2011; Conference Program Committee; Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
20072009; Mentoring Committee Chair; Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
2006; Local Conference Arrangements Committee; Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
2004; Membership Committee; Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
2002; Related Conferences Committee; Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
State
2010; Secretary, Utah Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
2002; President, Utah Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
2002; Conference Chair, Utah Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
2001; Presidentelect, Utah Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
1999; Secretary, Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
1998; Member, Utah State Office of Education Early Childhood Mathematics Endorsement Advisory Committee.
CONSULTING ACTIVITIES
2008present; Mathematics Inservice Consultant; Wasatch Elementary School.
2005present; Mathematics Inservice Consultant; Jordan School District.
2003–04; Mathematics Inservice Consultant; Copperview Elementary School.
2003–present; Mathematics Inservice Consultant; Nebo School District.
2003; Testing Consultant, Foster Testing Services (developed and validated math assessment test items).
1999; Teaching Consultant; Academia de Juarez; Colonia Juarez, Mexico.
1999; Mathematics Inservice Consultant; Sego Lily Elementary School.
19972003; Mathematics Inservice Consultant; Escuela Primaria; Colonia Juarez, Mexico.
1995; Science and Mathematics Inservice Consultant; Western Academy of Beijing, China.
199394; Developer of math performance assessments, Junior Achievement.
199394; Developer of math performance assessments, Jostens Learning Corporation.
1989–91; Testing Consultant; Drake Training and Technologies (Salt Lake City  servicing the testing and certification development needs of such corporations as Microsoft and Novell).
1987; Utah State Office CriterionReferenced Science Test Development.
PRO BONO SERVICE
2009; BYU Speakers Bureaua university program administered by the Public Affairs office in which university faculty, staff, and administration provide professional and educational presentations to civic and church organizations
2006; Alpine School District Consultant; Assisted Math Task Force in planning yearlong preparation for teachers and administrators in reform mathematics and text adoption; six threehour presentations to over 1000 teachers and administrators
