Armstrong Atlantic State University Savannah Georgia

Childhood and Exceptional Student Education

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Childhood & Exceptional Student Education

 

Glenda Lee Ogletree


Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), December 2007
    The University of Alabama: Tuscaloosa, AL;
    Major: Elementary Curriculum and Instruction
    Minors: Science Education and Research
    Dissertation: The Effect of Fifth Grade Science Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge on Their Decision Making and Student Learning Outcomes on the Concept of Chemical Change
  • Master of Science, Elementary Education, 1977
    Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL
  • Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education, 1975
    Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL
    Minor-English
    Graduated with honors
    Distinction in Elementary Education

Teaching Experience

  • Summer 2009 Assistant Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University
    Taught undergraduate early childhood education science and social studies
    Methods course
  • Spring 2009 Assistant Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University
    Taught undergraduate early childhood education science and social studies
    Methods course
    Taught graduate early childhood social studies methods course
    Supervised student interns
  • Fall 2008 Assistant Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University
    Taught undergraduate early childhood education science and social studies methods course
    Taught graduate early childhood science methods course
    Supervised student interns
  • Summer 2008 Assistant Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University
    Taught undergraduate early childhood education science and social studies methods course
  • Spring 2008 Assistant Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University
    Taught undergraduate early childhood education science and social studies methods course
    Taught graduate early childhood education social studies methods course
    Fall 2006-07 Graduate Research Assistant, Secondary Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
    Assisted advisor with National Science Foundation Grant
    Assisted instructor in the planning and teaching of secondary
    undergraduate science methods course
    Designed and conducted online module on pedagogical content knowledge in science
    Evaluated and assessed secondary science practicum students
    Designed and conducted online sessions/middle level education
  • 1990-2006 Fifth Grade Teacher, Shelby County, AL
    Thompson Intermediate
    Helena Elementary
  • 1987-1990 Seventh and Eighth Grade Teacher, Jefferson County, AL
    Lipscomb Junior High
  • 1975-1987 Third and Fourth Grade Teacher, Calhoun County, AL
    Pleasant Valley School, taught fourth grade
    Webster's Chapel School, taught third and fourth grade self-contained

Scholarly Papers and Presentations

International

Sunal, D., Sunal, C. Zollman, D. & Mason, C., Ogletree, G. & Steele, E. (2008). Impact of Undergraduate Science Course Reform on Student Outcomes. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Baltimore, MD.

Burke, B., Sunal, D., & Ogletree, G. (2008). Women in Undergraduate Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Computer Science: How Can We Sustain Them Through Graduation? Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Baltimore, MD.

Sunal, D., Sunal, C. Zollman, D. & Mason, C., Ogletree, G. & Steele, E. (April, 2007). Determining the Impact of Reformed Undergraduate Science Courses on Students: Implementation of a National Study. Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. New Orleans, LA.
NATIONAL

Kim, J. H., Rahimi, R., Schwartz, J., McCall, L., Ogletree, G., & Hubbard, B. (2009). Building situated case-based knowledge of the supervision of student teaching by facilitating weblog. Proceedings of ED-Media: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunication, Honolulu, HI, USA, June 22-26, 2009.

Sunal, D., Sunal, C. Zollman, D. & Mason, C., Ogletree, G. & Steele, E. (2008). Comparison of Short and Long Term Learning Outcomes on Students of Different Types of Undergraduate Science Courses. Paper submitted to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Boston, MA.

Burke, B. Sunal, D., & Ogletree, G. (2008). Increasing Women's Graduation Rates in the Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Computer Sciences. Paper submitted to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Boston, MA.

Sunal, C., Sunal, D., Zollman, D., & Mason, C. Ogletree, G. (March, 2007). A National Study of Undergraduate Science Courses: Research-based Evidence for Determining the Impact of Reformed College Science Courses on Students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association — Society of College Science Teachers. St. Louis, Missouri.

Ogletree, G. L. (2008). Academic and Sociocultural Factors: What aspects of sociocultural life and academic needs of students should build upon in sn the classroom? Invited panelist at the S H E L L S National Conference-Science Teacher Education for Hispanic English Language Learners in the Southeast

Local

McCall, L. A., Crawford, E.O., & Ogletree, G. L. (2008). Toward the daylight: Mind/brain-based theory and practice. Presented to the faculty of East Broad Elementary School, Savannah, GA.
Cooke, S. & Ogletree, G.L. (2008). Tips and Tools for Teaching. Presented to members of SGAE in the Department of Early Childhood.

Professional Publications

Peer Reviewed

Ogletree, G.L. & Sunal, D. (2009). What are the understandings of fifth grade teachers about teaching the concept of chemical change to their students? Background Research No. 3. Tuscaloosa, AL: The Office of Research on Teaching in the Disciplines. http://nseus.org and http://www.teachingdisciplines.ua.edu

Sunal, D., Sunal C., Steele, E., Ogletree, G., Mason, C., & Zollman, D. (2008). What characteristics are found among institutions still offering and no longer offering reformed
undergraduate science courses? Research Brief No. 4. Tuscaloosa, AL: The Office of
Research on Teaching in the Disciplines. http://nseus.org and
http://www.teachingdisciplines.ua.edu

Ogletree, G.L., Sunal, D.W., Sunal, C.S., Woodbury, K. (2007) Energy efficiency in the
21st century. Social Studies Research and Practice.

Ogletree, G. L. (2002). Lasting impressions: Igniting the spirit. In The tides of tradition:
Culture and reform at the University of Alabama (pp. 172-190).