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                                    Curriculum Vita

I. NAME

   Dr. Frederick Isele
   Social Studies Education
   Western Illinois University - Macomb & Quad Cities Campuses
   Department of Curriculum & Instruction
   3561 60th Street, Moline, IL 61265

   Phone: 309-762-9481
   Fax: 309-762-6989

II. DEPARTMENT

   Department of Curriculum & Instruction

III. RANK

   Associate Professor, Tenured Faculty                                  2


IV. EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION

   Doctor of Education, Ed.D.; Curriculum and Instruction
          Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL (1990)

   Certificate of Advanced Study/Educational Specialist Degree, C.A.S.
           Elementary Education & the Social Studies
           Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL (1979)

   Master of Science in Education, M.S.Ed.; Educational Administration
          Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL (1976)

   Bachelor of Science in Education, B.S.Ed.; Elementary Education
         Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL (1970)

   Honors Diploma; Lakewood Senior High School, Lakewood, CA (1965)

   Illinois Administrators Academy, Illinois State Board of Education,
            Springfield, IL (1986)

   Illinois Certificate, Type 75, Administrative, No. 1107128
   Illinois Certificate, Type 03, Elementary Teaching, No. 864615

            *additional data made available upon request
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V. PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE

  Associate Professor, Tenured, Western Illinois University, Macomb & Quad Cities,
         Department of Curriculum & Instruction, Moline, Illinois (1998-present)
         WIU University Teaching & Advising:
                Teaching Our Heritage         SSED 365
                Global Perspectives           SSED 495
                Parent & Community Inv        C&I 476g
                Character Education           SSED 550
                Graduate Seminar              C&I 600
                Sem in El Ed Curr             C&I 560
                Sem II in El Ed Curr          C&I 566
                Soc St/Legal Studies          SSED 496g
                Soc St/Env Studies            SSED 494
                Sem ElEd                      ELED 170
                Eled Fld Wk                   ELED 270
                Fld Wk Eled                   ELED 370
                                                                    3


  Associate Professor & Clinical Supervisor/Director, Department of Education
         Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Indiana (1995-1998)
         Teaching & Advising:
                Director & Clinical Supervisor, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior,
                       Senior Student Teaching Experiences
                Undergraduate Curriculum Courses
                Social Studies Methods Courses
                Graduate Geography Courses (Summer)
                Women’s External Degree Programs
                School & Community Relations Courses

  Assistant Professor, Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education,
         Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana (1990-1995)
         Teaching & Advising:
                 Social Studies Methods Courses
                 Elementary Curriculum Courses
                 Graduate Curriculum Courses
                 Graduate Seminar; Thesis
                 Student Teaching, Junior & Senior Block Supervision

  Assistant Professor, Department of Education
         Luther College, Decorah, Iowa (1988-1990)
         Teaching, Supervision & Advising:
                 Reading Literacy Courses
                 Social Studies Methods Courses
                               Abstract ~ Vita


              Teacher Effectiveness Research Courses
              Student Teaching, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Block Supervision

Elementary Principal, Steele Elementary School, Galesburg Community Unit
      School District #205, Galesburg, Illinois (1986-1988)
      Administrative Duties
              Administrator for K-5 Programs, Faculty, and Students
              Parent Teacher Association Board
              Administrator, After School Programs for Students

University Laboratory Instructor/Researcher, Metcalf Laboratory School,
       Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois (1984-1986)
       Teaching & Researching:
                Elementary Teacher & Coach & Drama Teacher
                Metcalf Project Researcher


University Instructor & Clinical Supervisor, Department of Curriculum and
       Instruction, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois (1981-1984)
       Teaching & Supervision:
               Clinical Supervisor, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Student Teaching
               Social Studies Methods Courses
               Elementary Curriculum Courses
               Tests & Measurements Courses
               Outdoor Education Courses

Elementary Principal/Teacher, St. Victor Catholic Elementary School,
      Madison Catholic Archdiocese, Monroe, Wisconsin (1979-1981)
      Administration (Principal & Superintendent), Teaching, Coaching:
              Administrator for K-6 Programs, Faculty, and Students
              Full-Time Elementary Teacher
              Intramural Coach
              Men’s & Ladies Alter Society Boards

Elementary Teacher, Tilton and May Elementary Schools,
      Rochelle Elementary School District #231, Rochelle, Illinois (1970-1979)
      Teaching, Coaching, and Administrative Duties:
             Intermediate Teacher
             Intramural Coach
             District Co-Director, NIU Student Teaching Program

Elementary Teacher (part-time) & Physical Education Coach,
      Creston Elementary School, Creston, Illinois (1969-1970)
      Teaching & Coaching:
             P.E. Teacher
             Intramural Coach
                                  Abstract ~ Vita



VI. PUBLICATIONS; SCHOLARLY; CREATIVE ACTIVITIES


     Co-Editor, Illinois Council for the Social Studies, Quarterly Publications

        “Microteaching the Social Studies,” ICSS Quarterly, Fall, 2010

        “Improving Social Studies Education; Applications of Teacher Effectiveness
        Research Data,” ICSS Quarterly, Summer, 2010

        “Successful Geographic Education Activities,” ICSS Quarterly, Spring, 2010


     Editor, Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies, Online Website, National Council
     for the Social Studies, Washington, DC

        Executive Director’s Annual Reports, Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies,
        NCSS


     Editor, Native American Heritage SIG, Online Website, National Council for the
     Social Studies & Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC (2009-present)

     Treasurer’s Annual Reports, Illinois Council for the Social Studies (2007-2010)

     “Understanding & Appreciating German Timelines,” Goethe Institute for German
     Studies, Online Publication, Washington, DC (4/08)

     Co-Editor, WIU Faculty Senate Policies & Procedures Manual for International
     Studies (approved 4/07)

     Co-Editor, Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies Charter (approved 3/07)

     “President’s Message,” Illinois Council for the Social Studies, Quarterly Publication,
     (Fall/06)

     Co-Editor, Student Government Association Constitution Revision, WIU-QC (3/06)

     “History Logbook,” Sigma Nu, Theta Eta Chapter, Northern Illinois University,
     DeKalb, IL (4/05)
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VII.   REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS


       “The Professional Social Studies Teacher’s Toolkit,” National Council for the Social
       Studies, National Conference, Washington, DC (12/11)

       “Addressing Cultural Diversity; National Geographics in the Classroom,” Illinois
       Council for the Social Studies, State Conference, Judson College, Paletine, IL (10/11)

       “Acknowledging Freedom; Utilizing Case Studies in the Classroom,” Illinois Council
       for the Social Studies, State Conference, Judson College, Paletine, IL (10/11)

       “Successfully Utilizing National Geographics in the Elementary & Middle School
       Classroom,” National Council for Geographic Education, National Conference,
       Portland, OR (8/11)

       “Population Connection; One of Seven Billion or More,” National Conference for
       Geographic Education, National Conference, Portland, OR (8/11)

       “Microteaching Geography,” National Council for Geographic Education, National
       Conference, Portland, OR (8/11)

       “Professional Social Studies Teaching Methodology,” Illinois Council for the Social
       Studies, State Conference, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL (3/11)

       “Sister City Programs; Germany & USA,” with Terry Mahon, German American
       Heritage Center, Davenport, IA (2/11)

       “Academic Fellowships to Germany; the Goethe Institute of Washington, DC,”
       German American Heritage Center, Davenport, IA (1/11)

       “Presenting the Goethe Institute for German Studies Fellowship Program,” German-
       American Heritage Center, Davenport, IA (12/10)

       “Researching German Heritage,” German-American Heritage Center, Davenport, IA
       (11/10)

       “Power, Authority, and Governance Standards in the Classroom,” Illinois Council for
       the Social Studies, State Conference, Lisle, IL (11/10)

       “Powerful Social Studies,” Illinois Council for the Social Studies, State Conference,
       State Conference, Lisle, IL (11/10)

       “Global Connections to Local School Programs,” National Council for the Social
       Studies, National Conference, Denver, CO (11/10)
                             Abstract ~ Vita


“Creating Davenport, Iowa’s New German American Heritage Center,” National
Council for the Social Studies, National Conference, Denver, CO (11/10)

“Professional Methodology for Geographic Education,” National Council for
Geographic Education, National Conference, Savannah, GA (10/10)

“Wonderful Geographic Activities for K-8 Instruction,” National Council for
Geographic Education, National Conference, Savannah, GA (10/10)

“Microteaching Geography,” National Council for Geographic Education, National
Conference, Savannah, GA (10/10)

“Researching German Heritage,” German American Heritage Center, Moline Public
Library, Moline, IL (10/10)

“Successfully Addressing National & State Standards of Social Studies,” Illinois
Council for the Social Studies, State Conference, Bradley University, Peoria, IL
(3/10)

“The State of Great Lakes Regional Social Studies,” Ex Director’s Presentation to
Administrators of the Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies, NCSS, Regional
Conference, Madison, WI (3/10)

“Curricular Methodology for DUMMIES!,” Great Lakes Council for the Social
Studies, Regional Conference, Madison, WI (3/10)

“Living Lands & Waters; Community Service Projects,” National Council for the
Social Studies, National Conference, Atlanta, GA (11/09)

“Annual State of the Great Lakes Social Studies,” Ex Director’s Report, National
Council for the Social Studies, National Conference, Atlanta, GA (11/09)

“Successfully Applying Primary Documents; Utilizing the Library of Congress for
Teaching History,” Illinois Council for the Social Studies, State Conference, Lisle, IL
(10/09)

“NCSS Geography Standards; Applying Geographic Frameworks & Primary Map
Information,” Illinois Council for the Social Studies, State Conference, Lisle, IL
(10/09)

“Fostering Geographic ALIVE Instruction,” National Council for Geographic
Education, National Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico (9/09)

“Utilizing Multiple Methods & Activities for Teaching Geography,” National Council
for Geographic Education, National Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico (9/09)
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“Teaching Power, Authority, and Governance; Supreme Court Cases,” Great Lakes
Council for the Social Studies, Regional Conference, Lisle, IL (4/09)

“The State of the Great Lakes Social Studies,” Ex Director’s Report, Great Lakes
Council for the Social Studies, Regional Conference, Lisle, IL (4/09)

“Securing Academic Fellowships to Japan & Germany; the Keizai Koho Fellowship
and the Goethe Institute, Berlin, Germany,” Kappa Delta Pi & WIU-QC Student
Government Association, Campus Presentation, Moline, IL (12/08)

“WIU Study Abroad Programs,” with WIU International Study Abroad Program
Presenters, WIU-QC Student Government Association, Campus Presentation, Moline,
IL (11/08)

“Microteaching Social Studies,” National Council for the Social Studies, National
Conference, Houston, TX (11/08)

“Focusing on the STANS; Kazakhstan, et al.,” National Council for the Social
Studies, National Conference, Houston, TX (11/08)

“Geography; Microteaching; Podcasting,” National Council for Geographic
Education, National Conference, Houston, TX (11/08)

“Annual Report of Great Lakes Social Studies,” Ex Director’s Report, National
Council for the Social Studies, National Conference, Houston, TX (11/08)

“Integrating Technology with National & State Social Studies Standards,” Illinois
Council for the Social Studies, State Conference, Lyle, IL (10/08)

“Geography Instructional Methodology,” National Council for Geographic
Education, National Conference, Dearborn, MI (10/08)

“Geography; Microteaching; Podcasting,” National Council for Geographic
Education, National Conference, Dearborn, MI (10/08)

“Successful Professional Teacher Interviews,” Kappa Delta Pi, SGA, & WIU-QC
Speaker Program, Moline, IL (4/08)

KEYNOTE SPEAKER; CONFERENCE PRESENTATION: “Building the Great
Lakes Council for the Social Studies,” Great Lakes Regional Conference for the
Social Studies, NCSS, Regional Conference, Columbus, OH (3/08)

“Securing Academic Fellowships; the Goethe German Studies Fellowship & the
Keizai Koho Japan Studies Fellowships,” Kappa Delta Pi, SGA, & WIU-QC Speaker
Program, Moline, IL (3/08)
                              Abstract ~ Vita


“WIU Study Abroad Programs,” Kappa Delta Pi, SGA & WIU-QC Speaker Program,
Moline, IL (2/08)

“Social Studies Methodology in the Classroom; An Overview,” National Council for
the Social Studies, National Conference, San Diego, CA (12/07)

“State of the Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies,” Ex Director’s Report, Great
Lakes Council for the Social Studies Administrator’s Meeting, National Council for
the Social Studies, National Conference (12/07)

“Integrating Technology & Geographic Education,” National Council for Geographic
Education, National Conference, Oklahoma City, OK (11/07)

“Global Populations & Geographic Education,” National Council for Geographic
Education, National Conference, Oklahoma City, OK (11/07)

“Evaluating Effective Social Studies,” Illinois Council for the Social Studies, State
Conference, Lisle, IL (10/07)

“Utilizing Multiple Teaching Strategies for the Social Studies,” Illinois Council for
the Social Studies, State Conference, Lisle, IL (10/07)

“Addressing Global Population Trends,” Indiana Council for the Social Studies, State
Conference, Indianapolis, IN (10/07)

“The State of Great Lakes Social Studies,” Ex Director’s Report, National Council for
the Social Studies, Summer Institute, Washington, DC (8/07)

“WIU Study Abroad Programs,” with WIU International Studies Presenters, Kappa
Delta Pi, SGA, and WIU-QC Sponsored Presentation, Moline, IL (3/07)

“Powerful Social Studies,” Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies, Regional
Conference, Mystic Lake, MN (3/07)


“the State of the Great Lakes Social Studies,” Ex Director’s Report, Great Lakes
Council for the Social Studies, Regional Conference, Mystic Lake, MN (3/07)

“Successful Applications of Curricular Methods,” Illinois Association of Curriculum
Development, State Conference, Plainfield, IL (3/07)

“Study Abroad & International Programs; WIU Senate Committee Report,” WIU-QC
Faculty Council & Student Government Association “Brown Bag” Speaker Series,
Moline, IL (2/07)
                             Abstract ~ Vita


“Successful Interviewing Strategies for Elementary Educators,” Kappa Delta Pi,
SGA, and WIU-QC Sponsored Presentation, Moline, IL (2/07)

“Goethe German Studies Fellowships,” National Council for the Social Studies,
National Conference, Washington, DC (12/06)

“State of the Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies,” Ex Director’s Report,
National Council for the Social Studies, National Conference, Washington, DC
(12/06)

“Teaching Powerful Geography,” National Council for Geographic Education,
National Conference, Lake Tahoe, NV (10/06)

“Service Projects; Heifer International,” National Council for Geographic Education,
National Conference, Lake Tahoe, NV (10/06)

“Using Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences for Literacy & the Social Studies,” with Dr.
Therese Kiley, Illinois Council for the Social Studies, State Conference, Lisle, IL
(9/06)

“Motivating Readers & Reading; Applying Gardner’s Individualized Perspectives,”
with Dr. Pam Godt, International Reading Congress, International Conference,
Budapest, Hungary (8/06)

“Researching German Heritage for Elementary Students,” Goethe Institute for
German Studies, Fellowship Paper Presentation, Berlin, Germany (8/06)

“Activating Community Service & Social Studies Projects,” Great Lakes Council for
the Social Studies, Regional Conference, Gerald Ford Presidential Library, Grand
Rapids, MI (1/06)

“Researching Culture Standards with Kids,” Great Lakes Council for the Social
Studies, Regional Conference, Gerald Ford Presidential Library, Grand Rapids, MI
(1/06)

“Research Opportunities; Kazakhstan,” National Council for the Social Studies,
National Conference, International Assembly, Kansas City, MO (11/05)

“the State of Great Lakes Social Studies,” Ex Director’s Report, National Council for
the Social Studies, National Conference, Kansas City, MO (11/05)

“Geography ALIVE!,” National Council for Geographic Education, National
Conference, Salt Lake City, UT (10/05)

“Multiple Methods of Teaching & Learning for Geography,” National Council for
Geographic Education, National Conference, Salt Lake City, UT (10/05)
                                    Abstract ~ Vita



        “ICSS Presidential Paper Presentation,” FEATURED KEY-NOTE, Illinois Council
        for the Social Studies, State Conference, Lisle, IL (9/05)

        “Living Lands & Waters,” Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies, Regional
        Conference, Dubuque, IA (3/05)

        “Population Connections & Student Researching Global Issues,” Great Lakes Council
        for the Social Studies, Regional Conference, Dubuque, IA (3/05)

        “Multiple Intelligences & Individualized Reading Strategies,” with Dr. Pam Godt,
        Kappa Delta Pi, National Conference, Orlando, FL (3/05)


VIII.   PROFESSIONAL & ACADEMIC SERVICE

        National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS); Washington, DC

           Illinois Representative, National House of Delegates (1998 to present)

           National Committee for Funding the Advancement of the Social Studies (FASSE)
           (2010 to present)

           Chair, National Assessment Committee (2002-2004)

           Chair, National Nominations & Elections Committee (2005-2006)

           NCATE Reviewer, Social Studies Programs, NCSS-National Council for the
           Accreditation of Teacher Education (2002-2004)

           We the People, NCSS-Illinois Representative (2006-2007)

           National Conference Committee, Houston, TX (2008)

           International Assembly

           Native American Heritage Special Interest Group


   Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies

           Executive Director (2004 to present)

           Editor, Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies Online Website (2004 to
           present)
                                Abstract ~ Vita


       Chair, Annual “Great Lakes Breakfast & Administrative Meetings” at NCSS
       National Conference & Great Lakes Regional Conferences (2004 to present)


Illinois Council for the Social Studies

       Director, External Relations (elected 2010)

       Board of Directors (1998 to present)

       President (2005-2006)

       Vice President, (2004-2005)

       Co-Editor, ICSS Quarterly Publication (2006 to present)

       Secretary (2004)

       Treasurer (2007-2010)

       ICSS Representative, NCSS Summer Leadership Conference (2003 to 2009)


WIU & WIU-QUAD CITIES CAMPUS

Student Government Association

              Faculty Advisor (2004 to present)

              *Annual Award Winner; Outstanding Student Organization (2006 to
              present) recognized for WIU Annual Campus Programs:
                     Annual Blood Drives
                     Annual Living Lands & Waters River Cleanout Programs
                     Etiquette Dinners (2004-2007)
                     Annual Student Elections
                     Annual Student SGA Scholarship Programs
                     Annual Festival of Trees; QC Christmas
                     Niabi Zoo Clean-Out Programs (2004-2007)
                     SGA Chicago Field Trips; Professional Conferences
                     Annual Health & Wellness Fairs
                     Tunnel of Oppression Conferences (2004-2007)
                     SGA Guest Speaker Programs
                     Annual Campus Clean-Out Programs
                     Weekly SGA Meetings
                     WQPT Fund Drive Programs (2011)
                              Abstract ~ Vita


WIU-QC Faculty Council

             Faculty-Student Representative (2010 to present)

             COEHS Representative (2003-2006)

             Chair, Faculty Development & Research Committee (2003-2007)

             Vision 20-20 Riverfront Campus Committee (2006)

             Riverfront Campus Planning Committee (2006 to present)

             Art & Architecture Committee (2010 to present)

             Faculty Mentor Program

             WIU-QC Commencement

             WIU Marketing Director Search Committee

             WIU-QC Provost Search Committee

             WIU-QC Representative, WIU Library Director Search Committee

             Dean’s Evaluation Committee (2008)

WIU-Faculty Senate & International Program Committee

             Chair (2003 to 2006)

             Co-Editor “WIU International Programs Policies & Procedures” Manual

             WIU Faculty Senate (2003 to 2006)

Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education

             Co-Advisor, WIU-Quad Cities

             Co-Host, KDPi Awards Ceremonies, Macomb & Quad Cities

Sigma Nu, Theta Eta Chapter, Northern Illinois University

             Chair, Scholarship Committee

             Board of Directors
                                  Abstract ~ Vita


  WIU Department of Curriculum & Instruction

                Undergraduate Committee
                Scholarship Committee
                Committee on Committees
                Chair, Academic Integrity Committee
                OPTA Awards Committee
                Selection & Retention Committee

  WIU Faculty Innovators

                Project, “Great Lakes Regional Council for the Social Studies ONLINE”
                (2003)

                Project, “Microteaching; Podcasting Social Studies” (2009)


     WIU-QC Honors College Program

                Advisor (2007 to present)

     German American Heritage Center; QC-Davenport, Iowa

                Program Committee


IX. GRANTS & SPECIAL AWARDS

     2010 Outstanding Student Organization Advisor Award, WIU-QC
               & Outstanding Leadership Awards (2004 to present)

     2006 to present, Outstanding Student Organization, SGA WIU-QC

     Who’s Who Among American Teachers (2004)

     Who’s Who in American Education (2003 to 2007)

     2006 Goethe German Institute Fellowship Award

     2002 Keizai Koho Japan Fellowship Award

     2004 Guest Presenter & Host, “International Relations Program” Astana, Kazakhstan

     WIU Invitation, University of Illinois Technology Conference (2004)

     Special Recognition, President of Illinois Council for the Social Studies (2006)
                                 Abstract ~ Vita




X. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS

     National Council for the Social Studies
     Great Lakes Council for the Social Studies
     Illinois Council for the Social Studies
     National Council for Geographic Education
     National Geographic Society
     Kappa Delta Pi
     Phi Delta Kappa
     Illinois ASCD
     German American Heritage Center
     Figge Art Museum
     Civic Participation:
     Lions International Service Club, Rochelle, IL
     Knights of Columbus, Quad Cities
     Sacred Heart & Christ the King Catholic Churches, QC


     *additional information made available upon request

				
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