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Graduate School of Education Life Changing PSU Graduate School of Education State of the School presentation and Annual Report September 2008 Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Leading, Learning, Friends of the GSE Richard & Heide Cole Rick Hardt Betty Hittle Jane Morrow Levonne Sedgewick Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, PSU Foundation Board Doug Goe Eva Kripalani Tony Leineweber

Jon Mitchell Ken Thrasher Graduate School of Education Life Changing GSE Emeriti Steve Brannan Colin Dunkeld Rick Hardt Mary Kinnick Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning,

Leaders Roundtable Jay Bloom Sho Dozono Ron Gould Karen Gray Ron Hitchcock Terry Hoagland John Sygielski Maxine Thompson Ken Thrasher Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Advisory Council

Julia Brim-Edwards Gale Castillo Jackie Cooke Marvin Kaiser Terry Kneisler Fred Miller Jane Morrow Bruce Samson Maxine Thompson Marta Thrasher Carol Turner Courtney Vanderstek Graduate School of Education

Life Changing Consortium Members Micki Caskey Tatiana Cevallos Julie Esparza-Brown Deb Miller Yuki Monteith Mark Moser Paula Stanovich Jackie Temple Kelvin Webster Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Other Distinguished Guests Leading, Learning, Swati Adarkar: Executive Director, The Childrens Institute Dan Ryan : Executive Director, Portland Schools Foundation Don Frisbee: Community Leader Jim Francesconi: Board of Higher Education Nina Lindstrom: Alum Joy Spalding: Patron Don Hendrickson: Boeing Pam Caldwell: Boeing Dave Johnston: Boeing Randy Choy: Oregon Community Foundation Bill Bigelow, Teacher and Honoree Linda Christensen, Director of the Oregon Writing

Project Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, PSU Wim Wiewel: President Marvin Kaiser: Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Science Kevin Kecskes: Director of Community University Partnerships Kristin Coppola: Director of Corporate & Foundation

Relations Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Award of Distinction Congratulations Bill Bigelow Graduate School of Education Life Changing President Wim Wiewel

Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing PSU Graduate School of Education State of the School presentation and Annual Report September 2008 Leading, Learning,

Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Thank You, Steve Graduate School of Education Life Changing PSU Graduate School of Education State of the School presentation and Annual Report

September 2008 Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Major units in the GSE Educational Leadership and Policy Special Education Counselor Education Curriculum and Instruction Continuing Education Child Development and

Family Services Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, International, National, and State Context Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Every day 3000 new books are published. The amount of technical

information in the world doubles every two years Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Oregon ranks 40th among states in the number of high school graduates going directly to college (33%) 44th among states in the percentage of college students continuing into their sophomore year. Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Leading, Learning, Number of people graduating from college in 2004 India China United States 3.1 million 3.3 million 1.3 million Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Leading, Learning, We have a moral obligation to help all students reach their full potential as workers, as citizens, and as human beings. Leading, Learning, We need to markedly alter the way learning occurs in our schools. That transformation will require a new commitment to research, to professional preparation, and to ongoing professional

development. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Transformation is Within Our Reach Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning,

Transformation is within our reach when we see diversity in our student population and English Language Learners as an asset rather than a burden. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Transformation is within our reach if Congress can reach consensus for students. and put more resources

in education research to match the political rhetoric about research-based practices. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Transformation is within our reach as Oregon reinvests in education from preschool through graduate school Graduate School of Education

Life Changing PSUs Graduate School of Education holds four accreditations: NCATE, CORE, CACREP, and NAEYC Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning,

Transformation is within our reach when policy and business leaders join hands with education leaders across the age spectrum to address our challenges and opportunities. Graduate School of Education Life Changing PSU Graduate School of Education Leading, Learning, Life Changing

Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Priority Strengthen community engagement and field experiences Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning,

Advisory Council Morgan Anderson Julie Brim-Edwards Gale Castillo Jackie Cooke Algie Gatewood Terry Kneisler Rob Larson Fred Miller Jane Morrow Marvin Kaiser Bob Turner Bruce Samson Carol Thomas Maxine Thompson

Marta Thrasher Carol Turner Courtney Vanderstek Yvette Webber-Davis Duncan Wyse Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Consortium Members Chris Griffith, Chair Heather Bartos Micki Caskey

Tatiana Cevallos Kelly Cutler Daphne Dukes Julie Esparza-Brown Liz Fouther-Branch Cynthia Gilliam Chris Gutierrez Lisa Kane Deb Miller Yuki Monteith Mark Moser K.D. Parman Ellen Reuler Anne Ryan Frank Scotto Paula Stanovich Jackie Temple

Robert Tinnin Kelvin Webster Field Experience Changes Students clustered in Graduate School of Education Life Changing schools to create learning communities. More time in schools and more supervision. Support to better engage GSE faculty in the schools and P-12 teachers with GSE. Partnerships for mutual

benefit and improvement. Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Priority Improve productivity and administrative efficiency Degrees Awarded 700 600 500

400 300 200 100 0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

2006 2007 Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Degrees Awarded 700 600 500 400 300 200

100 0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

2007 Degrees awarded increased 98% from 1999 to 2007 despite the very higher tuition for graduate students, highest among our peer institutions. GSE produced 12% of all degrees at PSU in 2006-2007. GSE produced 38% of all masters degrees. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, 2005-2006 Masters Degrees Awarded 600 500 400 300 200 100

0 CE CLAS GSE FPA SBA SSW CUPA Thirty-eight percent of all graduate degrees awarded by PSU are from the GSE.

Counselor Education Programs Received Eight-year Accreditation from the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Leading, Learning, Rehabilitation Counseling program ranked 24th in the nation by US News and World Report Dr. Hanoch Livneh Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Priority Promote diversity and social justice

Graduate School of Education Life Changing Every graduate prepared to work effectively with a diverse populations. Commitment to helping all students and clients reach their full potential. Diverse faculty. Diverse student population. Leading, Learning,

Graduate School of Education Life Changing PSU Providing Leadership Oregon Teach to Diversity Awards Portland Teacher Programs Leading, Learning, $34,000 $253,000 Minority Students Leading, Learning,

Graduating from Oregon High Schools 25 Graduate School of Education Life Changing 20 15 Percent 10 5 0 2001

2007 Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Where the rubber meets the road is in the classroom. Preston Pulliam President, PCC Member, Board of Higher Education Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning,

I believe strongly in the mission of the Graduate School of Education, and in the necessity of social justice education. By becoming a high school teacher I hope to have a direct impact on the young people I teach, helping them to see their own worth along with the value of community engagement and collective action, and its potential to make the world a better place. Brian Hanson Recipient of a Janette Drew Scholarship Secondary Dual Educator Program Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning,

I know from the bottom of my heart that my autistic brothers life today would be more productive and fulfilling if he had been given access to his peers and community while he was growing up and receiving his education. I am completely devoted to inclusive education as a practice that promotes acceptance, diversity and equality. Elaine K Hudson Recipient of Special Education Scholarship Inclusive Elementary Educator Program Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Priority

Improve student and program assessment 2008 Exit Survey (N=254) 100% 80% Strongly Disagree+Disagree Strongly Agree+Agree 60% 1 .3 E x p e rie n c e d in c lu s iv e &

r e s p e c tfu l 0% 1 .2 P r o m o te in c lu s iv e e n v ir o n m e n ts 20% 1 .1 W o r k w ith d iv e r s e p o p u la tio n s 40% Diversity & Inclus.

Graduate School of Education Life Changing Assessing Our Effectiveness Leading, Learning, Candidate performance at Admission Midpoint(s) Completion Candidate feedback on Exit survey Follow-up (+3 years) Employer survey Graduate School of Education

Life Changing Leading, Learning, What Weve Learned Positives: Addressing diversity 2008 Exit Survey (N=254) 100% 80% Strongly Disagree+Disagree Strongly Agree+Agree 60%

40% 20% 1.3 Experienced inclusive & respectful 1.2 Promote inclusive environments 0% 1.1 Work with diverse populations Highest area on

exit survey High ratings on work samples Diversity & Inclus. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, What Weve Learned Positives: Responsive instructors & advisors Exit survey

2008 Exit Survey: Program Quality 100% 80% 60% Dissatisfied No Opinion Satisfied 40% 20% 0% Respons.of

Instructors Conven.of schedule Respons.of Advisors Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, What Weve Learned Positives: Employers like our

graduates Level of Agreement on the GSE Goal Areas 100 80 60 40 20 0 Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Item 4 Item 5 Item 6 Item 7 Item 8 Item 9 Employer survey

Item 10 Item 11 Item 12 Item 13 Strongly Agree+Agree Disagree+Strongly Disagree Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Leading, Learning, What Weve Learned Positives: % Learning Gain Our candidates have an impact on student learning 100 N = 349 students

-60 40 Insignificant 60 Negative 80 Noteworthy Noticeable 20 0

1 -20 -40 18 35 52 69 86 103 120 137 154 171 188 205 222 239 256 273 290 307 324 341 Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Eduventures Analysis Overall, the findings demonstrate that teaching candidates are proficient, if not exemplary on their pedagogical content knowledge, professional and pedagogical

knowledge, student learning skills, and professional dispositions. Candidates were also satisfied with their overall programmatic GTEP experience. According to candidates, PSUs GTEP program overall has provided an inclusive environment. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Eduventures Analysis Candidates were rated most highly in their professionalism, and more specifically in the honesty and integrity

that they exhibited. Candidates were rated lower on their analyzing researchbased curricula, their technology integration, reflection, and leadership. In student teaching experiences, candidates exhibited improvement from the midterm to the end of the student teaching experience, and from the first to second student teaching experience. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, What Weve Learned Need to improve: Instructional use of

technology Better coordination of information to students Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Improve the use of technology for instruction, assessment, and scholarship Priority Graduate School of Education

Life Changing Leading, Learning, Instruction Approximately $35,000 from OIT Student Tech Fee money and money from the GSE for new or replacement equipment New equipment available for faculty and students to check out Laptops for faculty office and field work Portable wireless laptop labs for classroom use Upgrade of all GSE classrooms to include built-in technology Graduate School of Education

Life Changing Scholarship Web access to the MISL catalog Improvements to access and organization of shared network files for collaboration Improved navigation and content on the GSE web site Updated research software in MISL Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Assessment Use of Tk20 to collect and share data from assignments, surveys and field experiences Creation of electronic document room for TSPC and NCATE visits Improvements in navigation and content on the GSE web site based on feedback from faculty, staff and students Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education

Life Changing Leading, Learning, Priority Build the research infrastructure to support faculty and student research Micki Caskey Hanoch Livneh Ann Fullerton Graduate School of Education

Life Changing Leading, Learning, Supporting GSE Research Two full-time employees to help write proposals and manage grants. Appointed a Director of Research. Start-up grants for new faculty. Five small grants to support faculty research and proposal writing. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Seeking external funding Submitted 22 external

proposals. 17 have been reviewed, 6 are still pending review 7 were not funded Out of the 17 that have been reviewed, 10 were funded for a total of more than $3.6 million over a five-year period Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Leading, Learning, GSE Funded Research Expenditures: Grants and Contracts 2050 2000 1950 1900 1850 1800 1750 1700 1650 1600 2002 Reported in 1000s.

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Collaborative programLeading, Learning, combines students, family, school, home Graduate School of Education Life Changing Roberto has

Down syndrome and hearing impairment. Ruth Falcos Collaborative Professional Education Project to provide collaborative interdisciplinary services for children with significant multiple disabilities. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, New technology study focuses on braille literacy for early childhood James Bickford project, Technology

for Early Childhood Braille Literacy. Graduate School of Education Life Changing Carnegie Grant Dr. Sue Lenski, PI Redesign the teacher preparation and initial teaching experience of math and science teachers in PPS in order to promote adolescent reading comprehension in math and science.

Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing Priority Leading, Learning, Create a more student friendly place and better market our Priority programs Better communicate to constituents and friends the value of the work we do

Graduate School of Education Life Changing Improvements Web site Newsletters Annual report Brochures Environment Leading, Learning,

Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Annual harvest festival Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, GSE Use of Gifts: Sampling from 2007-2008

Scholarships Technology in our classrooms Math/science educational technology Special education materials Conference attendance by students presenting work Early childhood education workshops for Head Start parents Learning gardens curriculum development Transcribe research data Additions to book collections

Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Philanthropic Fundraising Scholarships Professorships Programs: enhance resources & support best practice research Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning,

Projects: like the resources we have obtained for math and science teachersthank you Boeing, Intel and Vernier Professorships: Educational Administration, Math and Science, Environmental Education Graduate School of Education Life Changing The top 1997 graduate of Ridgefield High three bachelors degrees from the University of Washington in physics, astronomy, and philosophy minor in applied mathematics masters in physics from PSU

Postsecondary, Adult, and Continuing Education (PACE) Ph.D. student at Stanford Leading, Learning, Bryan Henderson Graduate School of Education Life Changing GTEP student Elizabeth (Liz) Oldham, a Reynolds High School valedictorian, won the PSU Presidential scholarship consisting of five years full paid tuition.

She majored and excelled in both theater arts and English while battling a serious heart condition. Leading, Learning, Elizabeth Oldham Graduate School of Education Life Changing Special Education graduate Kriss Rita has found her ideal position at the Centennial Transition Center. Ms.

Rita, who has a degree in social work, enrolled in the GSE Special Educator licensure program with the goal of working in schools. Leading, Learning, Kriss Rita Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, I look forward to the opportunity to make a positive difference in a

childs life! Alejandro Alvarez Recipient of the Phyllis Edmundson Honorary Scholarship GTEP Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, It is a privilege and a joy serving as a high school librarian. I love placing books into the hands of students, teaching information literacy skills and library skills. Julie Handyside Library Media Graduate School of Education

Life Changing Leading, Learning, The future of education will depend on educators who teach to learn, and who are willing to continue to learn themselves. These values have been modeled repeatedly in the instructors I have had the great fortune of working with in my graduate program. Nathaniel Messer Recipient of a GSE Scholarship Secondary Dual Educator Program Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Leading, Learning, In my classroom, I will work to expand students imagination and give them permission to use it. It is neither the right notes nor the difficult passages that create beauty; it is but the feeling in their heart that makes the music sing. Anna C. Trobaugh Recipient of a Janette Drew Scholarship GTEP Graduate School of Education Life Changing Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing

Leading, Learning, Graduate School of Education Life Changing PSU Graduate School of Education State of the School presentation and Annual Report September 2008 Leading, Learning,

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