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					                                    MICHAEL M. PHILLIPS, PH.D.
                                  4687 Lowell Boulevard | Denver, CO 80211
                                   970.351.1296 | Michael.Phillips@unco.edu
EDUCATION
Ph.D.      Michigan State University, Educational Psychology and Educational Technology
           East Lansing, MI, December 2007

           Dissertation Title: The Influence of Situational Factors on the Nurturance of Personal Interest and
           Perceived Competence: Development of Elementary-Education Majors’ Interest in Technology
           Dissertation Chair: Jere Brophy, Ph.D.

B.S.       University of Nebraska at Omaha, Psychology, Omaha, NE, 2000
           Summa Cum Laude

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2009-present      Assistant Professor, University of Northern Colorado
                  Teach psychology courses in the School of Psychological Sciences.
2008-2009         Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Northern Colorado
                  Taught psychology courses in the School of Psychological Sciences.
2007-2008         Researcher, Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL), Denver, CO
                  Develop research designs and instruments, manage databases, analyze data, synthesize
                  research findings into reports, and develop grant proposals.
2006, Fall        Co-Instructor, Michigan State University
                  Science-Methods Course. Co-taught four senior-level science-methods courses.
2004-2007         Graduate Assistant, Michigan State University
                  Gave workshops on educational technology, guest lectured in numerous education courses,
                  created online multimedia tutorials, and collected and analyzed interview and survey data.
2006              Academic Technology Integration Specialist, Broad College of Business, Michigan State
                  University - Assisted faculty and instructors develop their online pedagogy for a new hybrid
                  MBA program.
2004-2006         Research Assistant, Michigan State University
                  Coordinated experiments, conducted participant interviews, analyzed qualitative and
                  quantitative data, edited video and designed project websites
2003, Summer Teaching Assistant (Online), Michigan State University
             Masters Capstone Course: Educational Technology. Involved in developing course content and
             online tutorials. Participated in online-interactive chat sessions with students.
2002-2003         Teaching Assistant, Michigan State University
                  Diverse Learners in a Multicultural Perspective. Taught four sections and gave lecture
                  presentations.
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS
Yadav, A., Phillips, M. M., Lundeberg, M. A., Koehler, M. J., Hilden, K., & Dirkin, K. H. (under review). If a
        picture is worth a thousand words is video worth a million? Differences in affective and cognitive
        processing of video and text cases in science. Journal of Experimental Education.
Foster, A. N., Lundeberg, M. A., Manokore, V., Phillips, M. M., Bergland, M., & Klyczek, K. (under review).
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           Understanding, confidence, constraints and affordances within a case-based multimedia environment
           in science. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Phillips, M. M. (in preparation). On the value side: Increasing preservice teachers’ personal interest and perceived competence
          with technology.
Phillips, M. M., Linder-VanBerschot, J.A., Waldorf, L. A. (2008). Listening to principals: An evaluation of the
          Balanced Leadership Program. Unpublished technical report.
Moore, L., Linder-VanBerschot, J.A., & Phillips, M. M. (2008). Memorial HealthWorks! Kids’ Museum program
       evaluation 2007-2008. Unpublished technical report.
Phillips, M. M. (2007). The influence of situational factors on the nurturance of personal interest and perceived competence:
          Developing preservice teachers' interest in technology. Unpublished dissertation.
Koehler, M. J., Yadav, A., Phillips, M., Cavazos-Kottke, S. C. (2005). What is video good for? Examining how
        media and story genre interact. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 14 (3) 249-272.
SELECTED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS AND PRESENTATIONS
Phillips, M. M. (submitted). The Development of Perceived Competence and Interest: Designing instructional tasks to
          influence student motivation. Paper submitted for the 2010 annual meeting of the American Educational
          Research Association, Denver, CO.
Phillips, M. M. (submitted). A qualitative investigation: Preservice teachers’ interest in learning about new technologies and
          their perceived value of technology for educators. Poster submitted for the 2010 annual meeting of the
          American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.
Phillips, M. M. (April, 2009). The Influence of Situational Factors on the Nurturance of Personal Interest: Developing
          Elementary Education Majors’ Interest in Technology. Paper presented at 2009 annual meeting of the
          American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.
Beasley, A., Phillips, M., Apthorp, H., & Newman, A. (June, 2008). Student involvement in classroom assessment.
         Poster presented at the 2008 Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Research Conference,
         Washington, D.C.
Newman, A. & Phillips, M M. (November, 2008). Evaluating Teachers' Professional Development Experiences: Year
     One Data from a Randomized Control Trial Study. Poster presented at American Evaluation Association,
     Denver, CO.
Hilden, K., Phillips, M. M., Lundeberg, M., & Koehler, M. J. (December, 2006). Are a thousand words worth a
        picture? Protocol differences in evaluation and cognitive processing of video and text cases in science. Paper presented
        at the National Reading Conference (NRC).
Foster, A., Manokore, V., Phillips, M., Lundeberg, M., Gwekwerere, Y., Bergland, M. & Klyczek, K. (2006).
        Understanding, confidence, perceptions, constraints, and affordances within a case-based multimedia environment. In P.
        Kommers & G. Richards (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia,
        Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2006 (pp. 2533-2540). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Phillips, M. M. (2005). Cognitive style’s influence on media preference: does it matter or do they know? In P. Kommers &
          G. Richards (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and
          Telecommunications 2005 (pp. 1023-1028). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Phillips, M. M., Koehler, M., Zhang, G., Yadav, A. & Rosaen, C. (2005). Results of an experiment evaluating the use
          of video cases to help pre-service teachers become better teachers of literacy. In P. Kommers & G. Richards (Eds.),
          Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and
          Telecommunications 2005 (pp. 585-592). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Dirkin, K., Yadav, A., Phillips, M. M., Koehler, M., Hilden, K. & Lundeberg, M. (2005). Is the movie better than
        the book? Differences in engagement and delayed recall of video and text cases in science. In P. Kommers & G.

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           Richards (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and
           Telecommunications 2005 (pp. 4196-4201). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Phillips, M. M. (April, 2005). How can web creation be used to teach multiculturalism? Paper presented at the annual
          meeting of American Educational Research Association, Interactive Symposium, Montreal, QC,
          Canada.
Phillips, M. M. (March, 2005). Web Creation as a means of self-reflection: Expressing ideas on diversity. Paper presented
          as part of an interactive symposium, Working with the Internet in Teacher Preparation: A Critical
          Analysis of Affordances and Constraints, at the annual meeting of the Society for Information
          Technology and Teacher Education, Phoenix, AZ.
Rosaen, C., Phillips, M. M., Wolf, L., & Bates, A.J. (2005). Working with the internet in teacher preparation: A critical
        analysis of affordances and constraints. In C. Crawford, D. Willis, R. Carlsen, I. Gibson, K. McFerrin, J.
        Price & R. Weber (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
        International Conference 2005 (pp. 2795-2799). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Phillips, M. M. & Koehler, M. J. (April, 2004). Towards an understanding of how media preferences affect what students
          learn. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San
          Diego, CA.
Dickson, W. P. & Phillips, M. M. (April, 2004). Technology in the lives of preservice students: A lifespan analysis of
       experiences and contexts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research
       Association, San Diego, CA.
CURRICULUM AND SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Academic Technology Integration Specialist, Broad College of Business, Michigan State University - Assisted faculty
        and instructors develop their online pedagogy and curriculum for a new hybrid MBA program.
Koehler, M. J., Zhang, G., Yadav, A., Phillips, M. M., Diamond, K., Powell, D., & Robbins, C. (2005).
        Classroom Links to Early Literacy. http://www.classroomliteracy.org [login and password required].
Rosaen, C., Koehler, M. J., Phillips, M. M., Pardo, L., Yadav, A., & Johnson, M. (2004, 2005). Literacy Teaching
        and Learning: Kindergarten [IVAN Multi-media software, developer: Charles Ruggerio] East Lansing,
        MI: Michigan State University, College of Education.
Rosaen, C., Koehler, M. J., Phillips, M. M., Pardo, L., Yadav, A., & Johnson, M. (2004, 2005). Literacy Teaching
        and Learning: First Grade [IVAN Multi-media software, developer: Charles Ruggerio] East Lansing,
        MI: Michigan State University, College of Education.
Rosaen, C., Koehler, M. J., Phillips, M. M., Pardo, L., Yadav, A., & Johnson, M. (2005). Literacy Teaching and
        Learning: Second Grade [IVAN Multi-media software, developer: Charles Ruggerio] East Lansing, MI:
        Michigan State University, College of Education.
Rosaen, C., Pardo, L., Kauer, S., Ames, K. Phillips, M. M., Rosaen, S. & Hasty, N.(2005, 2006). Second Grade
        Writing Workshop [IVAN Multi-media software, developer: Charles Ruggerio] East Lansing, MI:
        Michigan State University, College of Education.
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2009-present      Motivation Research Group, University of Northern Colorado. Directed by myself and
                  Kevin Pugh, Ph.D. The focus of the group has been to guide future research and to give
                  graduate students an opportunity to engage with motivational research and ideas.
2007-2008         Researcher, Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL). As a researcher
                  at McREL my primary responsibilities included research design, qualitative and
                  quantitative data collection and analysis, database management, synthesis of research
                  findings into reports or other internal and external communications, grant writing, and to
                  present study findings. Examples of projects I worked on consisted of program evaluations
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                for two professional development (PD) programs (i.e., one for an educational leadership
                program and the other focused on PD for formative assessment practices) along with
                numerous other federally funded projects.
2004-2007       Graduate Assistant, Michigan State University. Supported by Cheryl Rosaen, Ph.D. – PT3
                Grant. This project involved the integration of technology in the Teacher Education (TE)
                program at MSU. We conducted longitudinal surveys across cohorts of senior level TE
                students. As part of this project, I was involved in the development of survey instruments
                for data collection, collection of interview data, data analyses (quantitative and qualitative), as
                well as organizing, developing and implementing online data collection procedures for
                survey data.
2004-2006       Research Assistant, Michigan State University. Supported by Matthew J. Koehler, Ph.D. –
                Byers Grant. The project consisted of the development of video-case studies for preservice
                literacy methods courses. My responsibilities included coordinating the experiment,
                conducting participant interviews, editing video in Final Cut Pro and compressing the files,
                coding html files, transcribing interviews, and coding and statistically analyzing data.
2004, Summer Research Assistant, Michigan State University. Supported by Matthew J. Koehler, Ph.D.
             The project involved the development of an online resource for teachers in early literacy
             courses at Purdue University. My responsibilities included web design, editing video, and
             integration of video within the website.
2003-2004       Multimedia Research Group, Michigan State University. Directed by Matthew Koehler,
                Ph.D. Developed an online survey to conduct research to determine how students learn
                from different media formats with different genres. As part of the project, I investigated
                how equivalent text and video versions of four different stories impacted participants'
                interest / engagement, affect / mood, emotional engagement, recall of information, ability to
                summarize main points, judgments of story quality, and opinions about content matter.
2003-present    Case It! Video Research Group, Michigan State University. Directed by Mary Lundeberg,
                Ph. D. The research conducted in this group studied whether different formats of media
                influence individuals' engagement and recall of narrative cases. As part of this group, I
                organized the data collection process, conducted statistical analyses, and was involved in the
                development of the instruments and procedures to be used for the study.
2003-2004       Technology Review of Top-Ten, Michigan State University. Directed by Patrick Dickson,
                Ph.D. This research group examined the top 10 Educational Psychology programs that were
                ranked by U.S. News and World Report in 2003. The group analyzed the websites for the
                twelve programs (two programs were tied for two slots creating a total of 12 programs in the
                top ten list) with particular attention to features of their website, information presented, and
                how technology was presented in the programs.
SELECTED AWARDS
Summer Fellowship (2005), Michigan State University ($3000). Grant awarded to investigate “Case It!
      Comparative Data and Video Data”
Spencer Small Research Training Grant (2003), Michigan State University ($1000). Grant awarded to
        investigate multimedia preferences for the project titled, “Towards an understanding of how media
        preferences affect what students learn”
University Graduate Recruiting Fellowship (2002), Michigan State University ($6000)
SELECTED GRANT PREPARATION
(Submitted, May 2008) An Evaluation for a 5-year study of the Urban Leadership Academy: San Diego Unified
        School District’s Innovative Approach to Developing and Retaining High Quality School Leaders.

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           U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement: School Leadership Program.
           (Evaluation $431,000): PI: Phillips
(Submitted, May 2008) An Evaluation of McREL’s Balanced Leadership Services in Richland One District,
        SC – a 5-year study. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement: School
        Leadership Program. (Evaluation $265,000) PI: Phillips
(Submitted, April 2008) An Evaluation of the Adventures in Mathematics and Technology: The Bessie
        Coleman Project. National Science Foundation, Innovative Technology Experiences for Students
        and Teachers (ITEST) program. (Evaluation $210,000) CO-PI: Phillips & Arens
(Submitted, June 2008) An Evaluation of New Jersey’s Vision – A School for the Future program. NCTAF –
        NJDOE. (Evaluation $190,000) PI: Arens
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND SERVICE
     American Educational Research Association, Member
         SIG: Motivation in Education
     Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Former Member
     Practicum Committee Member, Mustafa Demir, Michigan State University, Educational Psychology and
     Educational Technology Program
     American Educational Research Association, Reviewer
     American Evaluation Association, Reviewer




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