Linda Orozco, Educational Leadership Department

APPENDIX: TABLE OF CONTENTS

» = Development Plan (final/approved) component


A. TEACHING PERFORMANCE - PART I (Binder A - Part I)

Each course includes syllabi and examples of course materials (including a representative sample of online materials). Some student work samples (paper and online) are included.

Teaching Assignments and Course Materials

California State University, Fullerton

[1] EDAD503: Organizational Leadership edad503.html

[2] EDAD566: Leadership in Public Schools edad566lead.html

[3] EDAD593: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Populations edad593.html

Teaching Assignments and Syllabi (UCI, CSULB & CSULA)

University of California, Irvine

[4] ED251: Issues in Educational Policy and Reform ed251.html

[5] ED259B: Third Year Seminar: Ed.D. Program ed259b.html

[6] ED259C: Third Year Seminar: Ed.D. Program

[7] ED270: Info. & Communications Technologies for Admin. ed270tech.html

[8] ED271: Organizational Theory, Analysis and Application ed271organ.html

[9] ED277A: Management of Human and Material Resources ed277a.html

[10] ED278A: Cultural and Socioeconomic Diversity ed278aDIVERSITY.html

[11] ED278B: Studies of Diversity & Inequality in Education ed278binequality.html

California State University, Long Beach

[12] EDAD650: Instructional Leadership and Assessment

California State University, Los Angeles

[13] EdAd506 & 507: School Leadership / Ed. Decision-making

[14] EdAd517: Educational Staff Development and Evaluation

[15] EdAd518: Prog. Management, Development & Evaluation

[16] EdAd527: Advanced Ed. Management and Evaluation

[17] EdAd543: Seminar: School Business Management

[18] EdAd545: Management Information Systems

[19] EdAd567: Seminar: Current Issues

[20] EdAd575: Seminar: School Administration

Student Opinion Forms » [DPS-"Associate Dean ... will add forms ..."]

[21] S00 EDAD566 (Sec 1) Leadership in Public Schools

S00 EDAD566 (Sec 85) Leadership in Public Schools

F99 EDAD503 (Sec 1) Organizational Leadership

F99 EDAD503 (Sec 85) Organizational Leadership

F99 EDAD593 (Sec 1) Meeting the Needs of Diverse Populations

Class Visitations & Reviews by Colleagues/Peer Reviews »

[22] Peer Evaluation: Dr. Louise Adler - Spring 2000

Leadership Symposium/Conference »

[23] Program Agenda elconfreal.html

[24] Conference Handout

[25] Conference Evaluation (form, tally, comments, and invitation to evaluate online)

[26] OnLine Agenda with link(copies) of digital photographs elconfreal.html

Instructional Assessment (Authentic Activities) »

[27] Problem-based Learning

[28] Case Study Analysis

[29] In-Basket Activities

[30] Team-Building: Collaboration/Cooperative Learning

[31] Student Self-Assessment Goals-based and Course-based



A. TEACHING PERFORMANCE - PART II (Binder A - Part II)

OnLine Course Delivery »

[A] OnLine Course Activities- EDAD503

[B] OnLine Course Activities- EDAD593

[C] OnLine Course Activities- EDAD566

Technology Infusion in Instructional Delivery »

[D] Orozco's Instructional Website URL: http://faculty.fullerton.edu/lorozco

[E] Email in Instruction (assignments, quizzes, anchor papers, communications)

[F] OnLine Chats - synchronous communication

[G] OnLine Lectures lectures.html

[H] Electronic Bulletin Board/Forum & Posting Student Work

[I] OnLine Resources / Websites for Course Enhancement hotlinks.html

[J] 'Teachable Moment' - Capitalizing on Instant Electronic Communications

[K] OnCampus Computer Lab Use for Classes

[L] PowerPoint presentations

[M] Video Technology in Instruction

Academic Advisement, Mentoring Activities, and Fieldwork Coordination

[N] Competencies- Assessment of Students' Standards-based Competencies

[O] Cohort Leader - Advisor to Students and Fieldwork Supervisors

Thesis or Project Advisor/Committee Member for Master's Degree

[P] Thesis Signature sheets & Student Comments

Other Course Development & Enhancement / Innovative Teaching

[Q] Field Trip & Guest Speaker- Shabbir Mansuri, Islamic Center: Oct. 18, 1999

[R] Guest Speaker: Kari Sciotto, Orange County Rescue Mission: Nov. 15, 1999

[S] Guest speaker- Dr. Lynne Saito, "Vietnamese Performance": Nov. 29. 1999

[T] Visit to Shalimar Learning Center - March 21, 2000

Professional Development as a Teacher/Additional Training in Teaching »

[U] PowerPoint Workshop - November 12, 1999

[V] Teaching and Technology Showcase - March 20, 2000

[W] Instructional Technology Academy - June 2 & 9, 2000

Written Comments by Students

[X] Signed Student Comments

[Y] Written Comments from Student Opinion Forms

Teaching at CalState, Los Angeles - Prior to 1996

[Z] File Materials



B. SCHOLARLY & CREATIVE ACTIVITIES (Binder B)

Scholarly Publications: Peer-Reviewed

Books

[1] Orozco, L. (Ed.). (2000). Educating diverse populations: Refresh online. Boulder, CO: Coursewise. [Password access available.] http://www.Courselinks.com/diversepop/eread.cfm »

[2] Orozco, L. (Ed.). (1999). Perspectives: Educational leadership. Boulder, CO: Coursewise Publishing. http://www.CourseWise.com/disciplines/education/orozco2.html

[3] Orozco, L. (Ed.). (1998). Perspectives: Educating diverse populations. Boulder, CO: Coursewise Publishing. http://www.CourseWise.com/disciplines/education/orozco.html

OnLine Publications »

[4] Orozco, L. (Ed.). (in press). Educational leadership: Refresh online. Boulder, CO: Coursewise.

[5] Orozco, L. (2000). Educational leadership: Courselinks. Boulder, CO: Coursewise. Website address: http://www.courselinks.com/edleadership/content.cfm

[6] Orozco, L. (1999). Educating diverse populations: Courselinks. Boulder, CO: Coursewise. Website address: http://www.courselinks.com/diversepop/content.cfm

Journal Publications

[7] Orozco, L. (2000). Sharpening the view of diversity: Five leadership imperatives. Educational Leadership and Administration, 12, 147-160. lecturediversityWD.html »

[8] Orozco, L. & Kim, L. (1997). "Energizing the educational administration knowledge base with the world wide web," in Wildman, Louis (Ed.), The Fifth Yearbook of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration: School Administration, The New Knowledge Base. Lancaster, PA: Technomic Publishing Company, Inc., 1997, p. 32-40.

[9] Orozco, L. (1997). Unleashing the power of the world wide web in educational administration. Educational Leadership and Administration, 9, 95-108.

[10] OrozcoMartisko, L. (1996). Practicing the art of authentic assessment: Administrator/Teacher alliance. Journal of CAPEA: California Association of Professors of Educational Administration, 8(1), 59-66.

[11] OrozcoMartisko, L. (1996). Power up: Technology-enhanced collaborative training for administrators. NCPEA Journal: National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, 308-319.

[12] OrozcoMartisko, L. (1995). Plugging in: Technology-enhanced collaboration for administrators. Journal of CAPEA: California Association of Professors of Educational Administration, 7(1), 21-33.

[13] OrozcoMartisko, L. (1994). Building arks: Collaboration for school administrators. Journal of CAPEA: California Association of Professors of Educational Administration, 6(1), 9-18.

Pragmatic Scholarship

Grants

[14] 2000: CSUF Grant award: Faculty Enhancement and Instructional Development Grant: “Leadership of Instruction: Creating a Comprehensive Virtual Learning Environment for School Leaders”.

[15] 1999: CSUF Grant award: Untenured Faculty Grant on November 10, 1999. "Professional "Virtual' Community for School Leaders".

[16] 1995: CSULA Grant award: Innovative Teaching Grant on December, 1995, "Plugging In: Learning through Collaboration & Telecommunications".

[17] 1994: CSULA Grant award: Innovative Teaching Grant on February, 1994, "Technology-Enhanced Collaborative Learning".

[18] 1993: CSULA Affirmative Action Faculty Development Program, "Multi-Agency Collaboration: Features and Elements for Effective Projects".

'Virtual' OnLine Leadership Community »

[19] Developmental Project

Other Pragmatic Scholarship

[20] American Association of Community Colleges Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, "Vista of the New Millennium" on April 13, 1997.

Program Evaluation

[21] Independent Evaluator - National Grant: "STAR Project-FIPSE Grant". Coastline Community College, Fountain Valley, CA.

Scholarly Presentations

[22] Keynote Presentation- State level: “Uses of Technology in Educational Leadership”. California Association of Professors of Educational Administration, Fall Conference, October 23, 1999, Oakland, CA. »

[23] American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montréal, Canada, Panelist: "Using Technology in Educational Leadership: Practitioners/University Perspectives" on April 19, 1999. »

[24] American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montréal, Canada, Chair: "Preparing Leaders for the 21st Century" on April 23, 1999.

[25] American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Diego, CA., Chair: "Promising Practices in Educational Administration Programs" on April 13, 1998.

[26] Instructional Telecommunications Council, Scottsdale, Arizona, "Enhancing Distance Education Via Email" on September 29, 1997.

[27] National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) Conference, Corpus Christi, Texas, "Technologies for the Profession" on August 10, 1996.

[28] American Association of School Administrators (AASA) National Conference in San Diego, California, "Working Smarter: Technology in School Administration" on March 10, 1996.

[29] International Congress on Challenges to Education (ICCE) International Conference, Cancun, Mexico, "Collaborative Leadership with Technology" on July 21, 1995.

[30] American Educational Research Association (AERA) National Conference, San Francisco, California, "Establishing Formal Mentoring Programs for New Faculty" on April 22, 1995: Roundtable.

[31] National Association of Bilingual Educators (NABE) International Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, "Collaboration: Making it Work for Bilingual Education" on February 14, 1995.

[A] National Rural Educators Association (NREA) Conference, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, "Interagency Telecommunications Efforts and the Rural Education Connection" on October 16, 1994.

[B] National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) Conference, Indian Wells, California, "Technology-Enhanced Collaborative Leadership for School Administrators" on August 12, 1994.

[C] National Association of Bilingual Educators (NABE) International Conference in Los Angeles, California, "Surviving (& Succeeding!) in the 90's: Bilingual Success Planning" on February 17, 1994.

[D] American Association of School Administrators (AASA) National Conference in San Francisco, California, "Total Quality Communities through Educational Partnerships" on February 11, 1994: Panel moderator.

[E] American Association of Educational Service Agencies (AAESA) National Conference in St. Petersburg Beach, Florida, "Keys to Successful Collaboration with Other Agencies" on December 3, 1993.

Recognition/Honors

[F] Book Launch, Calif. State University, Fullerton, Octover 27, 1999

Scholarly & Creative Work in Progress

Journal Article(s)

[G] Orozco, L. (in review). Instructional leadership for the new millennium. Thrust for Educational Leadership Journal.

Grants (in-revision for new funding)

[H] "Leading Schools: Imperatives for Success". Develop symposium for collaboration between educational leaders throughout Orange County. [University Mission & Goals Initiative (2000) not funded].

[I] "Virtual Communications- Dialoging with Experts in the Field". Provide capacity for class content to include guest speakers, community members, alumni, and others electronically. [Teaching Mini Grant (1999) not funded].



C. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (Binder C)

Professional Leadership Roles

[1] President-Elect, CAPEA » (1999 - 2000) California Association of Professors of Educational Administration (CAPEA) http://www.gse.uci.edu/capea/steering.html

[2] Secretary/Treasurer, TEA-SIG » (1998-2000) American Educational Research Association: Teaching in Educational Administration- Special Interest Group

[3] Webmaster, TEA-SIG » (1999-present) American Educational Research Association: Teaching in Educational Administration- Special Interest Group http://hdcs.fullerton.edu/EdLeadership/tea/

[4] Webmaster, CAPEA » (1996-present) California Association of Professors of Educational Administration http://www.gse.uci.edu/capea/

[5] Conference Chair (1999) American Educational Research Association: Teaching in Educational Administration- Special Interest Group (TEA-SIG)

[6] Member, Steering Committee (1995-present) Calif. Association of Professors of Educational Administration

Editorships & Editorial Boards (Books, Journals & Conferences)

[7] Editorial Board (2000) Educational Leadership and Administration Journal » http://www.gse.uci.edu/capea/journalbd.html

[8] Editorial Board (1996-present) International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning (IEJLL) » http://www.acs.ucalgary.ca/~iejll/

[9] Editorial Board (1996-present) Advancing Women Electronic Journal http://www.advancingwomen.com/awl/awl.html

[10] Program Reviewer (2000) American Educational Research Association: Division A - Administration, Annual International Conference

[11] Program Reviewer (1998) American Educational Research Association: Teaching in Educational Administration- Teaching in Ed. Admin., Annual International Conference

[12] Senior Editor (1998) Educational Leadership and Administration Journal

[13] Editor (1997) Educational Leadership and Administration Journal

[14] Associate Editor (1996) Educational Leadership and Administration Journal

Attendance at Professional Institutes & Conferences

[15] American Educational Research Association: New Orleans, LA - April 24-28, 2000

[16] CA. Assn. of Prof. of Ed. Adm., Spring Conf.: Sacramento - March 24 & 25, 2000

[17] CA. Assn. of Prof. of Ed. Adm., Fall Conf.: Oakland - October 22 & 23, 1999

[18] American Educational Research Association: Montréal, Canada - April 19-23, 1999

[19] American Educational Research Association: San Diego, CA - April 13-17, 1998

[20] Harvard University, "Institute for the Management of Lifelong Education" in Boston MA from June 8-20, 1997.

[21] American Educational Research Association: Chicago, IL - March 24-28, 1997

Engage in Other Professional Activities Valuable to the Profession

[22] E-News to CAPEA and TEA-SIG (monthly)

[23] Orange County Register: "Hispanic Turning Point", October 6, 1999.

Department Committees / Service

[24] Council of Educational Leadership Students - official recognition/formation

[25] Website (Planning) for Educational Leadership Department » http://hdcs.fullerton.edu/edleadership/

[26] Electronic Student & Dept. Communications: Email address directory

[27] Department Planning: Twice monthly department meetings. Active participation.

College, University, Systemwide Committees / Service

[28] Technology Committee member, College of HDCS »

[29] Faculty Affairs Committee member, College of HDCS »

[30] Assigned to University Advancement Committee, University-wide (fall 2000) »

[31] Hispanic Faculty Student Association, University-wide

[A] Untenured Faculty Organization

[B] Assistant Marshall: Commencement Exercises 2000

Service to Community and Region

[C] Community Advisory Board Member Latino Leadership Network – Costa Mesa »

[D] Presentation: “Collaborating with Communities”. Latino Leadership Network, May 9, 2000, Costa Mesa, CA.

[E] Panelist: “Success Discussion and Q & A”. Latino Youth Conference, March 5, 1999, Costa Mesa, CA.

Service at CalState, Los Angeles - Prior to 1996

[F] File Materials