WWW.DISSERTATION.XLIBX.INFO
FREE ELECTRONIC LIBRARY - Dissertations, online materials
 
<< HOME
CONTACTS



Pages:   || 2 |

«Philomena Susan Marinaccio-Eckel, Ph. D. 105 Half Moon Circle, H2 Hypoluxo, Florida 33462 561-860-4376 Personal Data Office: Department of Teacher ...»

-- [ Page 1 ] --

Philomena Susan Marinaccio-Eckel, Ph. D.

105 Half Moon Circle, H2

Hypoluxo, Florida 33462

561-860-4376

Personal Data

Office:

Department of Teacher and Learning Email: marinacc@fau.edu

Florida Atlantic University Office Phone: 954.236.1070

3200 College Avenue Home Phone: 561.860.4376

Davie, FL 33314

Education Experience

University of Miami Ph. D. Special Education / 2001 Miami, Florida Reading Florida Atlantic University Ed. S. Curriculum and 1993 Boca Raton, Florida Supervision State University of New York at Buffalo M. S. Elementary Education 1985 Buffalo, New York State University of New York at Brockport B. A. Elementary Education 1977 Brockport, New York Honors and Awards 2011 Florida Atlantic University Faculty of Distinction Award, Broward President's Community Council 2011 Award for Excellence and Innovation in Undergraduate Teaching, Florida Atlantic University 2009 Excellence in Graduate Mentoring Award, Finalist, Florida Atlantic University 2008 Faculty Member of the Year Award, Recipient, Florida Atlantic University Broward Campus 2007 Talon Leadership Award for Faculty, Finalist, Florida Atlantic University 2006 Talon Leadership Award for Faculty, Finalist, Florida Atlantic University 1999 Graduate Scholarship, Recipient, University of Miami 1994 Outstanding Graduate Student in Education Award, Recipient, Florida Atlantic University Professional Experience Florida Atlantic University, 2003-present Associate Professor of Reading 2009 Co-Investigator, Good FIT in the Glades, FLDOE Mentoring Initiative Grant, 2010Primary Investigator, Supplemental Educational Services Grant, 2004-2006 Primary Investigator, Funded Research: Summer Tiered Approach to Reading Grant, 2005-2009 Co-PI, Science Literacy Strategies Anchored in Nanotechnology, 2007-2010 Faculty Status B Granted, 2008 Excellence in Graduate Mentoring Award, Finalist, 2009 Faculty Member of the Year Award, Recipient, Broward Campus, 2008 Talon Leadership Award, Faculty Finalist, 2007 Talon Leadership Award, Faculty Finalist, 2006 Scholarship to attend 19th Annual World ICSEI Congress, 2006 Visiting Professor in Department of Education, 2003-2004  Taught undergraduate and graduate courses in literacy  Co-developed and taught undergraduate course in Exceptional Student Education  Mentored undergraduate students for Title V Co-Op for Teacher Education  Advised 240 undergraduate elementary, 85 graduate reading, and 6 doctoral students  Worked on NCATE course syllabi revisions  Working on new program development for Reading Master’s and Ph.D.

 Secretary of College of Education Faculty Assembly Prior University Experience State University of New York College, Geneseo, New York, 2002-2003 Visiting Professor of Exceptional Student Education Promoted to Assistant Professor Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida, 2001-2002 Assistant Professor, Graduate Education and Research University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 2000-2001 Outreach Project Coordinator, U. S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Research Grant University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1999-2000 Educational Liaison for University of Miami School of Medicine Mailman Center for Child Development Comprehensive Evaluation Team University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, 1999-2000 Tutor for Disability Services Academic Development Center Florida International University, Miami, Florida, 1999 Colleges and Careers Grant/Miami-Dade County School District Private and Public School Position Manatee Elementary School, Lake Worth, Florida, 1993-1998 First Grade ESOL Inclusion Teacher Indian Pines Elementary School, Lake Worth, Florida, 1989-1993 K-6 Elementary Teacher E.C.I.A. Federal Programs, Palm Beach County School District, Palm Beach County, Florida, 1986-1988 Chapter I Teacher K-6 Tutor for Delinquent and Neglected Tutor for Expectant Teenagers St. John Kanty Elementary School, Buffalo, New York, 1981-1984 First Grade Teacher

–  –  –

Doctoral Committees Brown, L. (2009), Curriculum & Instruction, Co-chair Eudora Syephens (2010), Curriculum and Instruction, Committee member Lascelia Dacres (2011), Curriculum and Instruction, Committee member Sophia Munro (2010), Curriculum and Instruction, Committee member Eudora Stephens (2010), Curriculum and Instruction, Committee member Choban Hertel, R. C. (2009), Curriculum & Instruction, Committee member Ming, K. (2007), Exceptional Student Education, Committee member

–  –  –

Courses Taught at State University of New York at Geneseo Undergraduate Courses SPED 231 Introduction to Special Education SPED 234 Instructional Strategies and Inquiry in Special Education (25 hours field visits) SPED 391 Student Teaching-Special Education-Mild Disabilities

–  –  –

Articles in International/National Refereed Journals Marinaccio-Eckel, P., & Donohue, J. (2009). The critical role of guided oral reading in English language learners. Essential Teacher,6(3-4).

Lapp, S. I., Bristor, V., & Marinaccio-Eckel, P. (2008). Reading retreats: Faculty efforts to revive their reading program. ABAC Journal, 28(3), 36-51.

Kumar, D, Lapp, S., Marinaccio, P., & Scarola, K. (2008). Science literacy strategies anchored in nanotechnology. School Science Review, 89(329), 63-73.

Hancock, S., Ariza, E.N., & Marinaccio, P. (2007). Critical thinking about learning styles: Challenging literature reviews. ABAC Journal, 27(1), 41-49.





Ariza, E., Webb, E., & Marinaccio, P. (2007). Teaching academic content to second language learners.

International Journal of Learning, 14(4), 85-92.

Marinaccio, P. S. (2000). The children's machine: Rethinking school in the age of the computer.

Educational Studies, 31(1), 69.

Chapters in Books Marinaccio-Eckel, P. (2010). English language learners’ literacy or liberty: Must they choose? In Carmona, J. A. Language teaching and learning in ESL education: Current issues, collaborations and practice. Charlotte, NC: Kona Publishing.

Ariza, E., Marinaccio-Eckel, P. S., & Webb, E. (2009). Updating the science textbook to help English language learners integrate science and technology. In L. Savova (Ed.), Using textbooks effectively. Alexandria, VA: TESOL Association.

Marinaccio, P. S. (2008). Louise Rosenblatt. In E. Provenzo, (Ed.), Encyclopedia of social and cultural foundations of education, 942-943. Thousand Oakes, CA: SAGE Publications.

Publications in Refereed Conference Proceedings Marinaccio-Eckel, P., Ariza, E., & Saffer-Domino, L. (2008). The achievement gap between ELL learners and their peers due to the Summer Slide. Proceedings of the annual Clute Institute for Academic Research, Orlando, Florida. [Refereed on full paper] Ariza, E. N., Marinaccio, P., & Pett, D. (2007). Language acquisition development or learning disability? Learning to distinguish the differences. Proceedings of the 34th International MEXTESOL Convention, Boca del Río, Veracruz, Mexico. [Refereed on full paper] Marinaccio, P. & Ayer, K. (2005). How is Action Research used in a graduate reading program to effect teacher practice in university and K-12 Classrooms? Proceedings of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. [Refereed on a full paper].

–  –  –

Manuscripts in Review Marinaccio, P., Bhangwanji, Y., & Ariza, E. STAR ELLs: A summer term approach to reading for English language learners. Association for Literacy Education and Research. [Refereed on full paper] Manuscripts under Revision Marinaccio, P. S., Baxley, T., Bruster, B., & Domino, L. Summer tiered approach to reading. Reading Teacher.

Marinaccio, P. S. Interview with Louise Rosenblatt. Reading Research and Instruction.

Marinaccio, P. S. Classroom dynamics and middle school students. Exceptional Children.

Web Publications and Websites Marinaccio-Eckel, P. S. (2009). A memoir of an interview of Louise M. Rosenblatt.

http://www.joanwink.com\newsletter\2009\news0709.php.

Marinaccio, P. S. (2004). No Child Left Behind’s Supplemental Education Services.

http://www.coe.fau.edu/SES/html.

Marinaccio, P. S. (2004). Florida Atlantic University Faculty of Teaching and Learning Website.

http://www.coe.fau.edu/faculty/marinaccio.

Marinaccio, P. S. (2000). Interview with Louise M. Rosenblatt.

http://www.education.miami.edu/ep/Rosenblatt/index.html.

International Paper Presentations Competitively Selected Marinaccio-Eckel, P., Saffer-Domino, L., & Brown, L. (2011, May). Connecting literacy to life: A curriculum of sociocritical literacy experiences in the third-space to empower English language learners. 57th Annual International Reading Association Conference. Orlando, Florida. [Refereed

on an abstract].

Brown, L., Marinaccio-Eckel, P., & Domino-Saffer, L. (2011, May). Language, literacy, and culture. 57th Annual International Reading Association Conference. Orlando, Florida. [Refereed on an

abstract].

Donohue-Carlino, J. & Marinaccio-Eckel, P. (2011, May). “Do as I do, not as I say”. The critical role of Guided Oral Reading in the empowerment of English Language Learners to become self-reliant readers by developing metacognitive strategies. 57th Annual International Reading Association Conference. Orlando, Florida. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio-Eckel, P., Brewer, E. & Thomas, G. (2010). Mentoring High School Students for Reading Success: A Good FIT in the Glades. American Reading Forum Annual Conference. [Refereed on an abstract]. [Unable to present due to late start of data collection].

Marinaccio-Eckel, P. (2009, November). El Libertador (The Liberator): Literacy for the English language learner. 24th Southeast International Reading Association Regional Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio-Eckel, P., Bhangwanji, Y., Ariza, E. & Brown, L. (2009, May). A summer reading intervention specifically designed for ELLs and culturally diverse learners. 55th Annual International Reading Association Conference. Chicago, Illinois. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio-Eckel, P. (2008, January). It takes a village to raise reading scores: Supplemental Education Services. Paper presented at the Hawaiian International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii. [Unable to attend due to funding cuts].

Ariza, E.N., Webb, E., & Marinaccio, P. (2007, June). Teaching academic content to second language learners. [Virtual presentation]. Paper presented at the 14th International Conference on Learning, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio, P., Steele, B., & Bove, G. (2007, January). Action research at university lab school. Paper presented at the Hawaiian International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii. [Refereed on

an abstract].

Marinaccio, P., Bhangwanji, Y., Saffer-Domino, L., & Brown, L. (2007, April). Summer tiered approach to reading: Longitudinal data report. Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association. Chicago, Illinois. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio, P. & Ayer, K. (2005, December). How Action Research is used in a graduate reading program to affect teacher practice in university and K-12 Classrooms. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio, P. & Crawley, S. (2005, December). A deeper understanding of Louise Rosenblatt;

Her theory, beliefs, and politics. What is the most widely cited expert in the field of education and literary studies telling us? Paper presented at the annual International Reading Association Conference, San Antonio, Texas. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio, P. & Lapp, S. (2004, July) Finding our voices: Discourse in the classroom.

Paper presented at the 11th Triennial Conference on Educating for a Worldview: Focus on Globalizing Curriculum and Instruction, Wallogong, Australia. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio, P. (2001, April). A follow-up study of students at-risk for serious emotional and behavior Problem. Paper presented at the annual Council for Exceptional Children 79th Convention, Kansas City, Kansas. [Refereed on an abstract].

National Presentations Competitively Selected Marinaccio-Eckel (2009, April) A STAR summer to bridge the White-ELL achievement gap and provides supports for increased access to higher education. Paper presentation accepted at the University of Central Florida 11th Annual Literacy Symposium, Orlando, Florida. [Unable to attend due to funding cuts].

Marinaccio, P., Ariza, E., & Brown, L., (2008, December). STAR Wars: Battling the achievement gap due to the Summer Slide. Paper presented at the annual American Reading Forum Conference, Sanibel Island, Florida. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio, P., Ariza, E., & Brown, L., (2008, November). The STAR experience: A successful four-year summer intervention that increased low SES and ELL students' life, learning, and literacy experiences. Paper presented at the annual College Reading Association (now ALER), Sarasota, Florida. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio-Eckel, P., Ariza, E., & Saffer-Domino, L. (2008, January). The achievement gap between ELL learners and their peers due to the “Summer Slide”. Paper presented at the annual Clute Institute for Academic Research, Orlando, Florida. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio, P., Ariza, E., Domino, L., & Brown, L., (2007, December). A summer of scaffolding to bridge the achievement gap between ELL Learners and their peers due to the “Summer Slide”.

Paper presented at the annual American Reading Forum Conference, Sanibel Island, Florida.

[Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio, P., Domino, L., Brown, L. (2006, December). A summer program to scaffold ELL students’ love of reading. Paper presented at the annual American Reading Forum Conference, Sanibel Island, Florida. [Refereed on an abstract].

Marinaccio, P., Baxley, T., Bruster, B., & Domino, L. (April, 2005). Summer tiered approach to reading grant. Paper presented at the annual American Reading Forum Conference, Marco Island, Florida.

[Refereed on an abstract].



Pages:   || 2 |


Similar works:

«Jonathan Edwards Dr. Garth M. Rosell 1 Jonathan Edwards CH/TH614 (Jonathan Edwards) Dr. Garth M. Rosell, Instructor Spring Semester 2013 Monday Afternoons Considered by many to be America's most brilliant theologian, Jonathan Edwards (17031758) was also a philosopher, a college president, a pastor, a revival preacher, a missionary to the Native Americans, a noted author (whose writings are known and read around the globe), the husband of a remarkable woman and the father of eleven children....»

«The Context of Minority Disproportionality: Practitioner Perspectives on Special Education Referral RUSSELL SKIBA ADA SIMMONS SHANA RITTER KRISTIN KOHLER MICHELLE HENDERSON TONY WU Indiana University Although there is extensive documentation of minority overrepresentationin special education, knowledge of the factors that create the context within which disproportionality occurs is limited. To gain an understanding of the local processes that may contribute to special education...»

«Kenneth A. Taylor1 CURRICULUM VITAE Kenneth A. Taylor Henry Waldgrave Stuart Professor of Philosophy Director, Symbolic Systems Program Department of Philosophy Stanford University EDUCATIONAL HISTORY University of Chicago Ph.D. 12/84 Chicago, Illinois Philosophy Dissertation: Direct Reference and the Theory of Meaning Committee: Leonard Linsky (chair), Josef Stern, William Tait University of Notre Dame A.B. 5/77 Notre Dame, Indiana Program of Liberal Studies GRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE ACADEMIC...»

«Contents Editorial 3 Helen Barefoot & Dominic Bygate Contributor Profiles 4 Ken Spearpoint, Maciej Bancarzewski, Muhammad Hiyazy & Jana Filosof, Jo Wiltshire, Mose Bevilacqua, Audrey Kempson, Justin Mifsud Articles Teaching & assessing in simulation based medical 8 education: a review of the pedagogy Ken Spearpoint The impact of the Financial Crisis 2008 on How We Teach 25 Economics Maciej Bancarzewski The Reality & Challenges of Embedding Graduate Attributes in the Business Studies...»

«Predicting Success in College: The Importance of Placement Tests and High School Transcripts Clive R. Belfield Queens College, The City University of New York Peter M. Crosta Community College Research Center Teachers College, Columbia University February 2012 CCRC Working Paper No. 42 Address correspondence to: Clive R. Belfield Associate Professor of Economics Queens College, The City University of New York 65-30 Kissena Blvd Flushing, NY 11367 Email: clive.belfield@gmail.com The authors...»

«SERVICE-LEARNING: MOTIVATIONS FOR K-12 TEACHERS Marjori Maddox Krebs A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate College of Bowling Green State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF EDUCATION December 2006 Committee: Judy Jackson May, Advisor Jean Gerard Graduate Faculty Representative Mark A. Earley Dianna Lindsay © 2006 Marjori Maddox Krebs All Rights Reserved iii ABSTRACT Judy Jackson May, Advisor The purpose of this dissertation is to describe the...»

«Policy on Standards of Conduct for the Teacher-Learner Relationship Philosophy The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth is committed to fostering an atmosphere that promotes professional and academic success in learners and teachers at all levels. This policy applies to medical education involving our students at all affiliated sites. Geisel supports the Achieving Community Together (ACT) program from our parent institution, Dartmouth College. The standards of conduct for the teacher-learner...»

«Barry’s story Barry became the minister of an evangelical church in a mainstream denomination about seven years ago. The church is located in the suburbs with a mix of teachers, managers, nurses, tradespeople, and so forth. What was the evangelistic culture of the church when you arrived? Way back, the previous minister had run a quarterly family service and the members were supposed to invite their neighbors along and it was a glorified kids talk. He ran this for 15 years and no one had ever...»

«JUNIOR STATE OF AMERICA C H A P T E R S TA R T U P G U I D E PA R T O F T H E J S A C H A P T E R S TA R T U P S E R I E S STARTING A JUNIOR STATE CHAPTER Intentionally blank. TABLE OF CONTENTS JSA WELCOMES YOU / STEPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL JSA CHAPTER 2 Contact the Junior State Office 2 Finding A Teacher Advisor 2 The Founders’ Meeting 2 Approval From Your Administration 2 Find Potential Members 2 Formulate a Chapter Constitution 3 The First Meeting 3 Collect Taxes, Be Recognized 3 Chapter...»

«SOCIAL SUCCESS SKILLS: BLACK MALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIETY AND THEIR MEDIA EXPERIENCES by Darnel Degand Dissertation Committee: Professor Lalitha Vasudevan, Sponsor Professor Susan Lowes Approved by the Committee on the Degree of Doctor of Education Date_22 May 2013 Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Education in Teachers College, Columbia University UMI Number: 3568449 All rights reserved INFORMATION TO ALL USERS The quality of...»

«Retr ieving the Tradition A MEDITATION ON GIVENNESS1 JOHN PAUL II “[I]n creating man as man and woman, God imprints on humanity the mystery of that communion which is the essence of his interior life.” 1. CR E ATION A S GIF T Can one man2 say to another, “God has given you to me”? As a young priest, I once heard my spiritual director say to me: “Perhaps God wills to give that person to you.” These were words of encouragement, urging me to trust God and accept the gift one man...»

«Humfrey Wanley and the Harley Collection Deirdre Jackson One of the finest private libraries in Europe was formed by Robert Harley and his son, Edward, 1st and 2nd earls of Oxford. On Edward Harley’s death in 1741, his library contained an estimated ‘7618 manuscripts, 50,000 printed books, 350,000 pamphlets and 41,000 prints’.1 Arguably, the greatest single acquisition made by the Harleys was their librarian Humfrey Wanley (1672-1726) whose humble origins and lack of academic...»





 
<<  HOME   |    CONTACTS
2016 www.dissertation.xlibx.info - Dissertations, online materials

Materials of this site are available for review, all rights belong to their respective owners.
If you do not agree with the fact that your material is placed on this site, please, email us, we will within 1-2 business days delete him.