PAIGE LILLEY SCHULTE, Ph.D.

 

PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION    

Doctor of Philosophy

May, 2001

University of New Orleans

MAJOR:  Science Curriculum and Instruction

MINOR:  Geology

Completed dissertation on alternative conceptions and attitudes of preservice elementary teachers, a quantitative study related to constructivism    

Master of Arts in Science Teaching                                                            

May, 1994

University of New Orleans

MAJOR:  Geology

MINOR:  Education and Biology                

Additional Teaching Certification                                                                    

1990 - 1992

Tulane University and Delgado Community College          

Earth Science  

Bachelor of Arts                                                                                            

December, 1989

MAJOR:  Secondary Social Studies Education

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE    

August, 2002 - current

Southeastern Louisiana University

Assistant Professor

Instructor of undergraduate and graduate on-campus and distance curriculum courses: Secondary Teaching Methods, Curriculum and Instruction; supervisor of practicum and student teachers; evaluator of student portfolios; undergraduate advisor; Teaching and Learning Faculty Senator; advisory board member of New Faculty Forum, and Chair of Secondary Curriculum Advisory Council.

August, 2001 - May, 2002

Southeastern Louisiana University

Visiting Assistant Professor

Instructor of undergraduate and graduate on-campus and distance curriculum courses: Secondary Teaching Methods (Math, Science, Social Studies), Tests and Measurements, Curriculum and Instruction; supervisor of student teachers; evaluator of student portfolios; undergraduate advisor; member of New Faculty Forum, NCATE Standard Five, and Secondary Curriculum Redesign committees.

June - December, 2001

University of New Orleans

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Instructor of undergraduate and graduate curriculum courses: Elementary Science and Secondary Methods

Spring Semester, 2001

Loyola University

Adjunct Instructor

Part-time instructor of Elementary Science and Personal/Community Health

Fall Semester, 2000

University of New Orleans

Adjunct Instructor

Instructor of graduate level course - Elementary Science Teaching  

Fall Semester, 2000    

Holy Cross School (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Teacher                                                                                                      

Instructor of Biology and Biology Honors courses                                                                                  

August, 1996 - May, 2000

University of New Orleans

Instructor

Instructor of undergraduate curriculum courses: Elementary Science, Elementary Social Studies, and General Secondary Methods; college coordinator for student teacher supervision; undergraduate advisor; project participant: Dibert/UNO/Apple Technology Grant; served on Master of Arts in Science Teaching oral defense committee; Preservice Teachers in Action advisor.

Fall, 1997        

Delgado Community College (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Adjunct Instructor                                                                                    

Instructor of Physical Geology Laboratory course

Fall, 1996

Elaine Nunez Community (Chalmette, Louisiana)

Adjunct Instructor                                                                                    

Instructor of Physical Geology course

October, 1993 May, 1996    

Holy Cross School (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Teacher                                                                                                      

Instructor of three courses: Earth Science, Biology, World History; experience in grade levels eight through twelve; founder and moderator of Science Club organization

August, 1990 October, 1993

L.W. Higgins High School (Marrero, Louisiana)          

Teacher                                                                                                  

Instructor of science courses: Earth Science and Biology; experience in grade levels nine and ten; dance team director: assisted choreography of dance performances; organized Homecoming Dance and related extracurricular functions

Spring, 1990

Riverdale Middle School (Jefferson, Louisiana)

Teacher                                                                                                        

Instructor of sixth grade Social Studies and Reading classes    

     

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Schulte, P.  (2003, December 12).  Hostile Hallways-Teacher Education.  Session presented at the American Association of University Women-Eastbank                  holiday luncheon.  Metairie, LA.    

Schulte, P.  (2003, December 4).  Science in Motion.  Session presented at the National Science Teachers Association Western Regional Conference.  Reno,                 NV.

Schulte, P.  (2003, November 14).  Social Studies in Motion.  Session presented at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference.  Chicago,         IL.

Schulte, P.  (2003, September 28).  Addressing Individual Differences in the Secondary Classroom.  Workshop presented at the Southeastern Louisiana                 University Professional Development Forum for Cohort 3 Teachers in Tangipahoa Parish.  Hammond, LA.

Schulte, P.  (2003, September 12).  Hostile Hallways-STILL.  Session presented at the American Association of University Women-Eastbank meeting.                          Metairie, LA.

Schulte, P.  (2003, March 31).  How to make a grabber H.O.T. in 5 minutes.  Session presented at the Southeastern Louisiana University Professional                         Development Forum for Beginning Teachers in Tangipahoa Parish on Higher Order Thinking Skills.  Hammond, LA.

Schulte, P.  (2003, February 5).  Tenure tips for tenure and promotion.  Session presented at Southeastern Louisiana University College of Education New                 Faculty Forum.  Hammond, LA.

Schulte, P.  (2002, October 25).  Science in motion.  Session Presented at the State Conference of the Louisiana Science Teachers  Association.  Lafayette,                 LA.

Schulte, P.  (2002, January 26).  The ABCs of lesson planning.  Paper Presented at the State Conference of the Louisiana Therapeutic Riding  Association.                  Baton Rouge, LA.

Schulte, P.  (2001, November 10).  PRAXIS preparation for PLT-7-12 and social studies content.  Session presented at the University of New Orleans                 Preservice Teachers in Action PRAXIS Preparation Workshop.  New Orleans, LA.

Schulte, P.  (2000, November 4).  PRAXIS preparation session:  PLT-7-12.  Session  presented at the University of New Orleans Preservice Teachers in                 Action PRAXIS Preparation Workshop.  New Orleans, LA.

Schulte, P.  &  Speeg, P.  (2000, May 31 and June 1).  Hands-on math and science for elementary teachers.  Workshop presented at the Salinas County                 School District Professional Development Site.  Salinas, KS.

Schulte, P.  (1998, May).  Project WET/LAKE for Pre-service Elementary Teachers.  Workshop presented at the New Orleans College of Education.  New         Orleans, LA.

Schulte, P. and Gatlin, L.   (1998, April).  Identifying, Confronting, and Resolving Student  Misconceptions  Using a Learning Cycle Approach: Possible         Scenarios.  Session presented at the  National Science Teachers Association National Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Schulte, P.  (1997, April.)  Environmental Workshop for Pre-service Elementary Teachers.  Presider, Workshop presented at the University of New                         Orleans College of Education, New Orleans, LA

Schulte, P.  (1997, November).  Project WET/LAKE for Pre-service Elementary Teachers.  Workshop presented at the New Orleans College of Education.          New Orleans, LA.

Ward, K, Schulte, P., Gatlin, L., and Beisenherz, P. (1995, December).   The Problem With Inquiry Teaching:  The Strategy or The Teacher? Session                 presented at the Louisiana Science Teachers Association State Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Schulte, P. and Heller, M.  (1995, September).  Block Scheduling.  Presentation to faculty, Our Lady of Prompt Succor,  Chalmette, LA.

Ward, K, Schulte, P., Gatlin, L., and Beisenherz, P.  (1994, November).  Bringing Constructivism into the Trenches...Your Classroom.   Session presented         at the Louisiana Science Teachers Association State Convention  Lafayette, LA.

Schulte, P.  (1994, February).  Earth Science Cheap and Easy.  Session presented at the National Science Teachers Association Regional Convention;                         Orlando, FLA.

   

PUBLICATIONS

Schulte, P. (2001, August 19). Art school supports hispanic community. The Times Picayune-Kenner Picayune, p. 8D1.

Schulte, P. (2001, August 12). Columnist looks forward to serving the community. The Times Picayune-Kenner Picayune, p. 8D1.

Schulte, P. (1999). Teaching teachers: Lessons in cooperative learning. Science & Children 7, 44-49.

Schulte, P.  (1996).  A definition of constructivism.  Science Scope, 20(3), 25-27.          

Ward, K., Dubos, B. Gatlin, L., Schulte, P., D'amico, N., Beisenherz, P.   (1996).   Constructing scientific knowledge.   The Science Teacher, 63(2):  20-23.

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS    

American Association of University Women, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Louisiana Science Teachers Association, National Association of Geoscience Teachers, National Council for the Social Studies, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, National Science Teachers Association.

 

PROFESSIONAL HONORS    

1996 National Association of Geoscience Teachers Outstanding Earth Science Teacher state winner and runner up for southeastern region

   

SERVICE  

College representative for the National and Region 6 annual meeting of the National Association for Multicultural Education (November, 2003). Seattle, WA.

Current Editor of the American Association of University Womens state newsletter The La. Magnolia

Current Communications Chair of the State Chapter of the American Association of University Women.

Participated in NOCTIITE collaborative technology consortium with student from     Southeastern La. University during May 20-25, 2002 and the fall semester, 2002.

First Vice President-Programs for 2003 - 2005 for Eastbank Branch of American Association of University Women.  

Branch Delegate (funded attendance with voting privileges) for the Louisiana State Conference of American Association of University Women. attended March                 14-15, 2003 in Ruston, Louisiana.

Elected to Faculty Senate by the Department of Teaching and Learning for 2003 to 2005.

Secondary Science and Social Studies Representative for Department of Teaching and Learning Participate in Collaborative Meeting with Science Teams from                 College of Arts and Sciences, The College of Education and Human Development, and PK-12 District Level Teachers.  

Materials committee volunteer for National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference (San Antonio, TX), April, 2003.

Assistant Coach, Highway Park Girls Volleyball Team (10-11 year olds), 1999.

Participated in Camp Apple Technology Training for UNO/Dibert Education Grant, Petaluma, California, July, 1998.      

Volunteer; Social committee, National Science Teachers Association National Convention, New Orleans. Louisiana,        April, 1997        

Volunteer; Christmas in October, a restoration of homes owned by elderly and handicapped residents in the Holy Cross Historic District, October 1995

Participated in educational trips to Greece, Grand Canyon, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Glacier National Park, and Hawaii; supervised a student trip to England and France

Participated in Girls/Minorities Workshop Series/Computer Pilot Program, 1992