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Martha Hendricks

Professor,
Education

EDUCATION

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Ohio

Degree: Ed.D. in Educational Foundations, 1997

Dissertation Title: A Simple Theory for Complex, Systemic Educational Reform

Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Degree: Master of Arts in English, 1984

Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Degree: Bachelor of Arts in English, 1981, summa cum laude

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

February 2009 to present Associate Professor, Department of Education, Wilmington College, Wilmington, OH.

August 2011 to June 2013, Interim Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Wilmington College, Wilmington, Ohio

June, 2008 to August 2010, Adjunct Instructor, taught on-line courses in Wright State University’s M.Ed in Teacher Leadership

July 2007 to June, 2009 Associate Director, Teacher Quality Partnership

  • Manage selected aspects of the project to ensure communication and coordination of the TQP leadership team, researchers, and other stakeholders. Provide leadership to maintain timely progress and high levels of support for the project.
  • Develop and foster relationships with institutional representatives of participating institutions and with agency representatives.

Aug. 2002 Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Wilmington College, Wilmington, OH

TEACHING EXPERIENCE at Wilmington College

First Year Seminar: Individual in a Global Society (GL 125)

Global Issues for Transfer Students (GL 325)

Writing I (EN 100)

Creative Writing (EN 336)

Field Practica (ED285, 385, 485)

Human Development and Human Learning (ED230)

Travel to Africa TR 330

Yoga (HP150)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Franco, M. S., & Hendricks, M. S. (2012). Evaluating teacher preparation programs: What not to do. New Foundations. Retrieved from http://www.newfoundations.com/GENERAL/IntroEvalTPrep.htm (R)

Kinnucan-Welsch, K., Hendricks, M. S., & Franco, M. S. (2012). Should value-added modeling be used to identify highly effective teachers? Counterpoint. In Lasley, T. (ed.) Standards and Accountability in Schools. In Russo, C. J.(ed), Debating Issues in American Education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kinnucan-Welsch, K, Franco, S., and Hendricks, M. S., (2010) Novice Teacher Study Technical Report NTS 09-01 Research Brief 2007-2009. Teacher Quality Partnership: Cincinnati, OH (ERIC number: ED511661).

Kinnucan-Welsch, K, Erchick, D., Hendricks, M. S., Smith, S., and Franco, S. (2008) Novice Teacher Study Technical Report NTS 07-01 Research Brief 2004-2008. Teacher Quality Partnership: Cincinnati, OH (ERIC number: ED507971).

Sapona, R., Etienne, J., Bauer, A., Fordon, A., Johnson, L. J., Hendricks, M., & Vincent, N. C. (2006).  Teacher education reform in university special education programs. Focus on Special Education, 38 (5).

Hendricks, M. S. (2005). FamliesFORWARD: A Guide to Success. Published by FamiliesFORWARD, a nonprofit agency funded by the United Way, Cincinnati, OH.

Hendricks-Lee, M. S. (Sept. 2002). The New Accountability in Teacher Education. TED Newsletter.

Yinger, R. J. and Hendricks-Lee, M.S. (2000). Language of standards and teacher education reform. In Symmes Gallagher, K. and Bailey, J. (Eds.) Politics of Education 1999 Yearbook (pp. 94-106). New York: Corwin Press.

Castenell, L., Mitchell, A. , Hendricks-Lee, M.S., and Mooney, T. (2000). Cincinnati story. In Symmes Gallagher, K. and Bailey, J. (Eds.) Politics of Education 1999 Yearbook (pp. 107-119). New York: Corwin Press.

Burroughs, R. J., Schwartz, T. A., and Hendricks-Lee, M.S. (2000) Communities of Practice and Discourse Communities: Negotiating Boundaries in NBPTS Certification. Teachers College Press. 102, pp. 346-376.

Yinger, R. J. and Hendricks-Lee, M.S. (2000). Language of standards and teacher education form. Educational Policy (14)1, pp. 94-106.

Castenell, L., Mitchell, A., Hendricks-Lee, M.S., and Mooney, T. (2000). Cincinnati story. Educational Policy (14)1, pp. 107-119.

Yinger, R. J. e Hendricks-Lee, M. S. (1999). Il pensiero practico e la conoscenza al lavoro degli insegnanti. In Zambelli, F. and Giorgio Cherubini (eds.) Manuale della scuola dell obbligo: l’insegnante e i suoi contesti. Milan, Italy: Franco Angeli. Pp67-119.

SELECTED PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Invited Presentations

Teacher Quality Partnership: Establishing and Sustaining a State-wide Collaborative. 2007 Quality Matters Conference, Teacher Quality Initiative of University of Wisconsin System. Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, November 9-10, 2007

Teacher Quality Partner: Studying the Impact of Teacher Education on Student Achievement. Consortium for Research on Educational Accountability and Teacher Evaluation conference. Cincinnati OH, August 2007.

Cincinnati Professional Practice School Partnership. Secretary of Education Richard Riley’s National Conference on Quality Teaching in Washington, DC. on January 9 – 10, 2000.

Invited Symposium Papers for Division K of the American Educational Research Association.

Making the case for team based mentoring: Descriptive study of a university-school partnership. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, CA, April, 1999. (With S. Keiffer-Barone and T. Rosselot-Durbin).

The character of working knowledge. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, April, 1991 (With R. J. Yinger and S. Johnston).

International Presentations

Understanding Special Education and Multicutural Education, symposium presented at the 12th World Conference in Education, sponsored by the World Council on Curriculum and Instruction, Manila, Philippines, August 11, 2006 (with A. Hawkins, S. Fan Foo, R. Truax).

Special Education and Multicultural Education, symposium presented at the Annual International Conference on Developmental and Learning Disabilities, sponsored by

YAI National Institute for People with Disabilities, New York, NW, May 3, 2006 (with A, Hawkins, S. Fan Foo, R. Truax).

Cultural Conflict, paper presentation in symposium titled Nature and Needs of Multicultural Special Education, Hawaii International Education Conference, Honolulu, HA, January 9, 2006.

A professional architecture for teacher education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Study Association on Teaching and Teacher Education. Dublin, July, 1999 (with R. J. Yinger).

Standards-based teacher education in the USA: Issues of policies and practice. Paper presented at the International Teacher Education Conference, Shanghai, China, April 1998 (With R. J. Yinger).

Professional standards as a new context for teacher professional development in the USA. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Study Association on Teacher Thinking, Kile, Germany, October, 1997 (With R. J. Yinger)

Developing a language of practice for teacher education. Paper presented at the Second International Education Conference of the World Council of Curriculum and Instruction. University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 1995.

The Cincinnati Initiative for Teacher Education. Panel session presented at the first International Education Conference (IEC) of the World Council on Curriculum and Instruction, Cincinnati, OH in October, 1992 (with S. W. Soled, R. J. Yinger, and P. Swami).

Working knowledge in teaching. Paper presented at the meetings of the International Study Association on Teacher Thinking, University of Surrey, Guildford, England, September 1991. (With R. Yinger).

Presentations in the United States

Factors Contributing to Novice Teacher Success: A Mixed Method, Multiple Data Source Study, paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, May 3, 2010, Denver, CO (with M.S. Franco, and Kinnucan-Welsch, K).

A Factor Analysis Study on Teacher Preparation Programs in Ohio: Are There Differences? Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the Mid South Education Research Association, November, 2009, Baton Rouge, LA (with Franco, M. S.).

Teacher Education in Ohio, paper presented at the Ohio consortium of Teacher Education Organizations, Autumn Conference, October, 2009, Columbus, Ohio (with Franco, M. S.).

The Relationships Among Teacher Preparation, Teacher Practice and Student Performance, paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April. 2009, San Deigo, CA (with Franco, M.S.)

What are the Impacts on Novice Teacher Performance: Quantitative Data, paper presentation at the Ohio Consortium of Teacher Education Organizations, Spring Conference, March , 2009, Columbus, OH (with Kinnucan-Welsch, K. and Franco, M.S.).

Novice Teacher Knowledge, paper presented at Ohio Consortium of Teacher Education Organizations, Fall Conference, October, 2008, Columbus, OH (with Kinnucan-Welsch, K. and Franco, M.S.).

High and Low Performing Novice Teachers, paper presentation at Battelle for Kids National Value-Added Conference, October 7, 2008. Columbus, OH (with with Kinnucan-Welsch, K.,and Franco, M.S.).

Analysis of Novice Teacher Performance on CLASS, paper presented at the AACTE Annual Conference, February 7, 2008, New Orleans, LA (with Kinnucan-Welsch, K.,and Franco, M.S.).

Novice Teacher Performance and Novice Teacher Talk,. paper presented at the AACTE Annual Conference, February 7, 2008, New Orleans, LA (with Kinnucan-Welsch, K.,and Franco, M.S.).

Novice Teacher Study 2006-07, paper presented at Ohio Consortium of Teacher Education Organizations, Fall Conference, October, 2007, Columbus, OH (with Kinnucan-Welsch, K. and Franco, M.S.).

Meeting the Diversity Standard, panel discussion, Ohio Confederation of Teacher Education Organizations, Columbus, OH April 22, 2005.

Managing Assessment: Small Program, Limited Resources, and Overworked Faculty. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Higher Learning Commission, Chicago, IL, March 2004 (with Elizabeth Pruden). 

The Need for Minority Teachers in Urban Areas, panel member. Cincinnati Public School Minority Teacher Recruitment Fair, March 2004.

Researching the Impact of Teacher Education on Student Achievement:

A Collaboration of the 51 Teacher Education Institutions in Ohio A paper presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April, 2002.

Reconstitution As Community Empowerment: Oxymoron or An Opportunity. A paper presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April, 2002.

Title II Accountability: Ohio’s Story. Presentation at the Association of Independent Liberal Arts College with Teacher Education Annual Meeting. New York , February 2002 (with Barbara Reid and Sonya Smith).

Continuous Improvement in an Age of Accountability. Symposium presented the annual meeting of the American Association of College of Teacher Education. New York, February 2002 (with Sarah Allen, Regina Sapona, and Nelson Vincent).

A Seamless Accountability System for Professional Development: The Aggregation and Use of Data. Symposium presented the annual meeting of the American Association of College of Teacher Education, New York, February 2002 (with Martha Alcock and Robert Hite).

Pathways to Higher Education: Creating Support Networks and Pipelines to Encourage Students to Enroll in Post Secondary Options. Symposium participant at Partnerships for the Future. Cincinnati, Ohio, May 11, 2001.

Creating a Factual, Function Report Card: One State’s Story. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Seattle, Washington, April 10-13, 2001.

Spanning the Boundaries: Partnerships in Professional Education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in New Orleans, Louisiana, April 24-28, 2000.

Sustaining Mature Professional Development Schools: The Next Generation of Issues. Paper presented at the In Praise of Education Conference (John Goodlad) in Bellevue, Washington, June, 1999.

Standards-Based Performance Assessment for Teachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, CA April, 1999 (With S. Keiffer-Barone).

EXTERNAL FUNDING

Generated over $17 million in external funding from such funders as National Science Foundation, US Department of Education, Institute for Education Sciences, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Ohio Department of Education, Martha Holden Jennings.