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					Timothy M. Wagner
Curriculum Vitae
Upper St. Clair School District
Streams Elementary School
1560 Ashlawn Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
Tel./ 412.833.1600, ext. 6060
E-mail/ twagner@uscsd.k12.pa.us


                                    E D U C A TION


Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA  2007
B.A. summa cum laude in child development & education
Specialization: K-6 education

The University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA  2009
M.S. with honors in applied developmental psychology
Specialization: school-based behavioral health
Program design topic: International Families and Schools as One
Major advisor: Mary Margaret Kerr, Ed.D.

The University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA  in progress
Ph.D. in administrative and policy studies
Specialization: school leadership
Certifications: K-12 principal and supervisor of curriculum and instruction
Major advisors: Charlene Trovato, Ph.D. & Mary Margaret Kerr, Ed.D.


                            T EA CHING EX P E RI E NC E


For Upper St. Clair School District, Upper St. Clair, PA:

International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program instructor  2007 to present
       Grade 2            2007-2009, 2010-2011
       Grade 1            2009-2010

Back-To-School Reading summer school, grades K-1  summers 2007 to 2010

At Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA

Adjunct Professor of Education  2010 to present

Courses taught:     EDU 408, Principles of Curriculum & Design
                    EDU 409, Independent Study in Child Development & Education



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With the University of Pittsburgh:
Administration                         Bower Hill Elementary School       Summer/Fall 2009
                                       Peters Township School District
                                       Cooperating Principal, Mrs. Kelly Gustafson


                                       Chartiers Valley High School       Spring/Summer 2010
                                       Chartiers Valley School District
                                       Cooperating Principal, Dr. Terri Flynn


With Washington & Jefferson College:
Grade 4 Student Teaching               Streams Elementary School            Spring 2007
                                       Cooperating Teacher, Mrs. Morgan Olsen
Grade 1                                Streams Elementary School            Fall 2006
Grade 6 Special Education              Washington Park Elementary           Spring 2006
Administration                         Woodland Hills, USCSD                Winter 2006
Grade 3                                Streams Elementary School            Fall 2005
Grade 4                                Washington Park Elementary           Spring 2005
Grade 5                                Trinity North Elementary School      Fall 2004


                             S U P E R V I SO RY E X P E RI E N C E


Cooperating Teacher for the University of Pittsburgh School of Education, Department of
Instruction and Learning  2009-2010


Cooperating Teacher for Slippery Rock University College of Education  Fall 2010


                        W RITTEN W O R K S & P U B LI C A TION S

Wagner, T.M. (2008). Classroom compliance: How to turn non-compliant learners into
      children who say “yes!”, an eight-page feature in the Behavior Brief, an electronic
      newsletter produced by the Watson Institute Behavior Supports for Youth and the
      University of Pittsburgh for all school-based staff of the Pittsburgh Public Schools.




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Wagner, T.M. (2008). Classroom compliance. Cited in Kerr, M. M. & Nelson, C.M. (2010).
      Strategies for addressing behavior problems in the classroom, 6th ed. Columbus, OH:
      Merrill/Prentice-Hall.

Wagner, T.M. (2008). Lucy: A compliance case study. Paper presented by James Longo, Ed.D.
      at the 25th International Conference on Case Study Method Research and
      Application at Napier University in Edinburgh, Scotland on June 30, 2008.

Wagner, T.M. (with others). (2008). Supporting Refugee Students at Paynter Elementary
      Consultation Report.

                  S E L E C T ED P R E S E NT A TI ONS & W OR K S H O P S

Kastner, K. & Wagner, T.M. Program design: Preparing for comprehensive exams. Guest
      presenter in Psychology in Education Graduate Course 2565, University of Pittsburgh
      School of Education, Pittsburgh, PA, April 22, 2010.

Wagner, T.M. International families and schools as one: A needs assessment. Poster presented at
      the 16th Annual CGSE Student Research Conference, University of Pittsburgh,
      Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 24-26, 2010.

Ecker, D. & Wagner, T.M. Personalizing the learning process for the whole child. Professional
       Learning Community K-12 in-service facilitator. Upper St. Clair School District,
       Upper St. Clair, PA, February 15, 2010.

Wagner, T.M. Maximizing my “gift card”: Revealing personal strengths and talents in preparation
      for the job market. Workshop facilitator in Student Teaching Seminar, Washington &
      Jefferson College, Washington, PA, December 14, 2009.

Kastner, K. & Wagner, T.M. Program design: Preparing for comprehensive exams. Guest
      presenter in Psychology in Education Graduate Course 2565, University of Pittsburgh
      School of Education, Pittsburgh, PA, December 10, 2009.

Wagner, T.M. Engaging the whole child. Professional Learning Community K-12 in-service
      facilitator. Upper St. Clair School District, Upper St. Clair, PA, October 12, 2009.

Ecker, D. & Wagner, T.M. The whole child. Professional Learning Community K-12 in-service
       co-facilitator. Upper St. Clair School District, Upper St. Clair, PA, August 25, 2009.

Wagner, T.M. Helping educators and family members understand oppositional defiant disorder:
      Psychoeducation through Podcasts. Poster presented at the 15th Annual CGSE Student
      Research Conference, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, February
      25-26, 2009.

Wagner, T.M. Preparing to differentiate yourself! Presenter in Student Teaching Seminar,
      Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA, January 28, 2009.

Smith, R., Trau, N., Quinn, M., & Wagner, T. Enhancing communication and instruction through
       technology: Streaming video and teacher web pages. In-service co-facilitator. Upper St.
       Clair School District, Upper St. Clair, PA, October 13, 2008.




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Wagner, T., & Schmiedl, C. Unpacking inquiry in the International Baccalaureate Program.
      Presenter in Student Teaching Seminar. Washington & Jefferson College, Washington,
      PA, April 22, 2008.

Wagner, T.M. The search is on: Navigating the western PA teaching job market. Presenter in
      Student Teaching Seminar. Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA, January
      30, 2008.

Wagner, T., & Mills, N. Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences and their impact on the public
      school classroom. Guest presenter in Foundations of Education. Washington & Jefferson
      College, Washington, PA, September, 2006.

Easton, R., Easton, P., Lofstead, M., Mills, N., Wagner, T., & Yearick, A. Book boxes,
       performance pieces, and controlled mayhem: Having fun with children’s books in the
       classroom. Presenter at the Annual Literature Festival. University of Pittsburgh-
       Greensburg. Greensburg, PA, May, 2006.


              B UI L DING L E V E L S E R V I C E & C OM MI TTEE W OR K

Children 4 Children Silent Auction Committee, Streams Elementary School, Upper St.
       Clair School District, 2007—present

Human Relations Committee, Streams Elementary School, Upper St. Clair School District,
     2007-2008


              DI ST RICT L E V E L S E R V I C E & COM MI TT E E W OR K



Professional Development Committee, Upper St. Clair School District, 2010—present

USC-TLC District Wellness Committee, Upper St. Clair School District, 2007—present

Blended Schools Technology Committee, Upper St. Clair School District, 2008-2009

Elementary Pioneer Unit Revisions Committee, Upper St. Clair School District, 2008

Elementary Science / Social Studies / Health Pacing Guide Revisions Committee,
      Upper St. Clair School District, 2008


      DI ST RICT L E V E L E XT R A C U R RI C U L A R A CTI VI TY PO SI TION S

Junior Varsity Girls Tennis Coach, Upper St. Clair High School, 2005-2008

Volunteer Assistant Girls Tennis Coach, Upper St. Clair High School, 2008-2010

Spring Musical Program Sponsor, Upper St. Clair High School, 2009-present




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                                   A DDI TI ONA L S E R V I CE

Organizer, Leadership Soup, University of Pittsburgh School of Education Leadership Panel,
      Departments of Psychology in Education and Administrative & Policy Studies,
      March 2, 2009

Judge, Odyssey of the Mind, spring competition 2007


Representative, Washington & Jefferson College Student Government Association,
             - 2004 – 2007
             - Academics Committee Member, 2004-2005

Volunteer Leader, WyldLife / Young Life, 2003-2005, 2009-present


                                  A W A RD S A N D HO NO R S



Pi Lambda Theta, National Graduate Education Honor Society, elected to membership
          April 2008
Kappa Delta Epsilon, National Undergraduate Education Honor Society, elected to
          membership Spring 2006
                 -     Chapter Treasurer, 2006-2007
James W. Hanna Senior Prize in Education Awardee, Spring 2007
Washington & Jefferson Dean’s List, every term Fall 2004—Spring 2007
Washington & Jefferson Beta Scholar, 2005-2006
Washington & Jefferson Alpha Scholar, 2006-2007
W&J Presidential Scholarship Awardee, Fall 2004—Spring 2007
President’s Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll, Spring 2005
Alpha Lambda Delta National College Freshman Honor Society, elected to membership
          Fall 2004
Beta Theta Pi Scholarship Award Recipient, Fall 2004
Rule, Hughes, Murphy Prize Winner, Fall 2005, an award given to sophomore
          undergraduates based on academic achievement, academic promise and leadership
          potential
Eagle Scout




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                        P R OF E S SI ONA L P A R TI CI P A TI ON

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
National Association for the Education of Young Children
Society for Research in Child Development
Pennsylvania Coaches Association



                                 C ER TIFI C ATI ON S


Pennsylvania Instructional II Teaching Certifications:
        Elementary Education (K-6)
        Middle School English / Language Arts (7-9)
        Middle School Mathematics (7-9)
International Baccalaureate PYP Level 2 Assessment Training
CPR/First Aid
Professional Tennis Registry Certification




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