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									                              Timothy S. Fry
                     2545 Willow Lane, Emporia, KS 66801
                           tim.fry@washburn.edu
                       www.washburn.edu/faculty/tfry

EDUCATION

   Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
   Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction
   December 1995

   Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas
   Master of Science, Social Sciences
   May 1982

   Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas
   Bachelor of Science in Education, Social Sciences
   May 1977


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

   University-College Level Experience

   8/02 to present              Washburn University
                                Topeka, Kansas
                                Associate Professor effective 8/06
                                Tenure Granted 3/06
                                Assistant Professor 8/02 to 5/06
                                  Educational Psychology
                                  Secondary Social Studies Methods
                                  Elementary Social Studies Methods
                                  Transformational Experience--Teaching
                                       In Jamaica

   8/98 to 5/02                 Friends University
                                Wichita, Kansas
                                Assistant Professor-Education Department
                                   Secondary Social Science Methods
                                   Elementary Social Studies Methods
                                   Growth & Development of the Individual
                                   Supervision of Student Teaching
                                   Introduction to Teaching
                                   Teaching Strategies for Diverse Learners
                                   Equity/Diversity/Pluralism
                                   Curriculum Theory/ Curriculum Design

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8/97 to 7/98               Washburn University
                           Topeka, Kansas
                           Full-time Lecturer-Education Department
                            Educational Psychology
                            Elementary Social Studies Methods
                            Advanced Educational Psychology

1/95 to 5/97               Emporia State University
                           The Teachers College
                           Emporia, Kansas
                           Adjunct Professor
                            Cultural Awareness for Educators
                            Enhancing Today's Classroom
                             with Diversity
                            Introduction to Teaching

6/90 to 12/90              Butler County Community College
                           El Dorado, Kansas
                           Adjunct Instructor
                             American History


Public School Experience

8/88 to 5/97               Emporia Middle School, USD 253
                           Emporia, Kansas
                           Teacher
                            Seventh Grade Social Studies-
                                World History/Geography

9/87 to 5/88               Thayer High School
                           USD 101-Erie, Kansas
                           Teacher
                            American History
                            World History
                            Kansas History/Geography
                            American Government
                            Economics

8/83 to 5/86               Americus Middle School
                           USD 251-Americus, Kansas
                           Teacher Grades 7 & 8
                            American History/Civics
                            World History-Geography
                            Kansas History

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     8/82 to 5/83                 Florence Middle School
                                  USD 408-Marion, Kansas
                                  Teacher Grades 6, 7, 8
                                    Geography
                                    Kansas History
                                    American History

     8/80 to 5/81                 Hope High School
                                  USD 481-Hope, Kansas
                                  Teacher
                                   American History
                                   Government
                                   Sociology
                                   Current Events

     6/80 to 7/80                 Northeast Kansas Upward Bound
     6/82 to 7/82                 Emporia State University
                                  Emporia, Kansas
                                  Instructor
                                    American History
                                    Geography

     9/79 to 5/80                 Kinsley High School
                                  USD 347- Kinsley, Kansas
                                  Teacher
                                    World History
                                    American History
                                    Psychology

PUBLICATIONS

McConnell-Farmer, J.L., Fry, T.S. (2008). I’ll be your friend. KANSASChild, 7,(1),
   6-8.

Fry, T.S. (2006) Location, location, location: Integrating math and social
      studies to teach longitude and latitude. Bulletin of the Kansas
      Association of Teachers of Mathematics, 80,(3), 6-7.

Fry, T.S. (2004) The struggle against ‘separate but equal’—Teaching about
      Brown v. Topeka. Southern Social Studies Journal, 30 (1), 36-67.

Fry, T.S. (2004) Constitutional mathematics: Integrating social studies and
     mathematics; “Lesson plan #1: The electoral college game. Law Wise,
     September Issue, 1-5.

Fry, T.S. (2003) Climate: A powerful tool for inquiry, integration and
     understanding in social studies. Southern Social Studies Journal, 29 (1),
      53-69.
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Fry, T.S, (2000) An analysis of multicultural perceptions held by preservice
     social studies teachers. The Journal of Critical Inquiry Into Curriculum and
     Instruction, 2 (2), 32-37.

Fry, T.S, (1990) The unknown indian monument. Heritage of the Great Plains,
      XXIII (4),19-24.

Fry, T.S. (1987) Stone houses for the Kansa indians. Kanhistique, 13 (6).

Fry, T. S (1987) The old Read place,” Kanhistique, 12 (12).


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

     National Presentations
     “Electoral College Issues Explored through Mathematics and Data Analysis”
     National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference
     San Diego, California; December 1, 2007

     “Technology Tools for the Social Science Classroom”
     National Social Science Association--National Technology Conference
     Las Vegas, Nevada; April 16, 2007

     “Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site with Teaching
      Strategies/Resources,”
      National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference
      Kansas City, Missouri; November 19, 2005

     “Seeing Themselves in the Curriculum”
     National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference
     Anaheim, California; April 9, 2005

     “The Struggle Against ‘Separate but Equal’-Teaching about Brown v.
     Topeka,” National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference
     Baltimore, Maryland; November 19, 2004

     “Constitutional Mathematics”
     National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference
     Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 23, 2004

    “Problem Solving with Climate”
     National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference
     San Antonio, Texas; April 12, 2003

     “Map Skills and Climate--Real World Connections”
     National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference
     Orlando, Florida; April 4, 2001
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 Regional Presentations

“Seeing Themselves in the Curriculum”
 National Council for the Social Studies Regional Conference
 Denver, Colorado; April 15, 2005

“Enhancing Social Studies with Multicultural Perspectives”
 National Association of Multicultural Education Regional Conference
 Kansas City, Missouri; May 17, 2002

“Climate: A Powerful Problem Solving Tool”
 National Council for the Social Studies Regional Conference
 Las Vegas, Nevada; March 8, 2002

“Map Skills and Climate—Integrating Mathematics and Social Studies”
 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference
 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; February 22, 2002

“Multicultural Ideas, Strategies and Resources”
 National Council for the Social Studies Regional Conference
 Overland Park, Kansas; April 23, 2001

“Map Skills and Climate--Real World Connections”
 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference
 Omaha, Nebraska, October 20, 2000

“Multicultural Ideas in Social Studies”
 National Council for the Social Studies Regional Conference
 Denver, Colorado; April 15, 2000

“Activities to Connect Social Studies and Mathematics”
 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference
 Topeka, Kansas; November 12, 1999

“Integrating Social Science and Mathematics in the Middle Level”
 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference
 Honolulu, Hawaii; July 16, 1999

“Enhancing Social Studies with Multicultural Perspectives”
 National Council for the Social Studies Regional Conference
 Overland Park, Kansas; April 12, 1997




State/Local Presentations
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   “Constitutional Mathematics”
   Kansas Association of Teachers of Math Annual Conference
   Topeka, Kansas; October 22, 2004

   “The Struggle Against ‘Separate but Equal’-Teaching about Brown v.
   Topeka,” Telling the Tale: Narrating “Brown v. Board” Conference at
   Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas May 19, 2004

   “The Struggle Against ‘Separate but Equal’-Teaching about Brown v.
   Topeka,” Kansas Council for the Social Studies Fall Conference
   Lawrence, Kansas; October 6, 2003

   “Map Skills and Climate—Integrating Social Studies with Math and Science
   for Real World Connections”
   Kansas Council for the Social Studies Fall Conference
   Emporia, Kansas; October 22, 2001

   “Integrating Math and Social Studies”
    Kansas Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference
    Hays, Kansas; October 26, 1998


TEACHER INSERVICE & WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

   “Enhancing the Social Sciences Through Inquiry and Problem Solving,”
    USD 443, Dodge City, Kansas; March 18, 2005

   “Problem Solving Across the Curriculum,” USD 328, Holyrood, Kansas;
    January 3, 2003

   “Social Studies Plus—Problem Solving and Inquiry,” Inservice Teacher
    Workshop, Friends University, June 4-7, 2001

   “Using Technology in Social Studies Classrooms,” Technology
    Workshop funded through Eisenhower Grant, Emporia State University;
    July 17, 2000

   “Problem Solving in Social Studies,” USD 207, FT Leavenworth, Kansas;
    August 10, 1999

    “Integrating Technology into Social Studies,” USD 413, Chanute, Kansas;
    October 20, 1997

    “Multicultural Issues,” USD 480, Liberal, Kansas; February 8, 1997




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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

    State

    Kansas Council for the Social Studies (KCSS)
      President, KCSS 2005-2006
      Vice President/President Elect of KCSS 2004-2005
      Executive Board Member 2000 to present (re-elected 3-year term 2007)
      Program committee, presentation proposal committee, key note
        speaker introductions at KCSS State conferences 2004-2007

    Kansas State Department of Education Program Review Training, 7-23-04

    Program Reviewer for Kansas State Department of Education,
    October 25-26, 2005

    Took Middle School Social Studies Content Praxis Test for Kansas State
    Department of Education to determine cutoff scores, April 26, 2003

    Kansas State Department of Education committee to rewrite the Kansas
    Standards for Social Sciences Teacher Licensing, Spring 2001

    Review panel member for Kansas State Historical Society’s Lewis and
    Clark School Grant Program, June 6th to June 27, 2003

    Kansas Association of Teacher Educators-Executive Board Member
    1999-2004

    University

    “Teachers Who Inspire” University Committee Fall 2005 to present

    Mentor for new faculty—2005-2007

    Assistant Marshall at Commencement—December 2007, May 2008

    Keynote Speaker Introduction for Dr. James Boyer at the Telling the Tale
          Conference--Washburn University May 19, 2004

    Center for Diversity Studies Task Force, 2002-2003

    Brown Decision Faculty Colloquium, Spring 2003

    History Day Judge, 1997; 2003; 2004

    University Personnel Committee 2004-2006

    Washburn Student Education Association Faculty Representative
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            State Officer Meeting, October 4, 2002

      Education Department Administrator for On-line PPST Tutorials

      Education Department Committees
            Personnel Committee 2002-present
            Elementary Program Committee 2002-present
            Dispositions Task Force 2004-2007
            Social Committee 2002-2006
            Literacy Position Search Committee, 2003; 2004
            Professional Development School Director Search Committee-2004
            Teaching Generalist Lecturer Position Search-2008
            Undergrad Admit Committee, 2007-present

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
   National Council for the Social Studies
   Kansas Council for the Social Studies
   Phi Delta Kappa
   National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
   Kansas Association of Teacher Educators

HONOR
   “TEACHER OF THE YEAR” -- Presented by Washburn Education
   Association Students, Washburn University, May, 1998

REFERENCES

    Dr. Ken Ohm                                  Dr. Donovan Cook
    Elementary Science Methods                   Associate Professor
    Washburn University                          Washburn University
    1700 SW College Avenue                       1700 SW College Avenue
    Topeka, Kansas 66621                         Topeka, Kansas 66621
    785/670-1491                                 785/670-1473
    ken.ohm@washburn.edu                         donovan.cook@washburn.edu

    Dr. Jean Morrow                              Dr. Gloria Dye
    Chair, Elementary Education                  Chair, Education Dept.
    Emporia State University                     Washburn University
    1200 Commercial                              1700 SW College Avenue
    Emporia, Kansas 66801                        Topeka, Kansas 66621
    620/341-5766                                 785/670-1432
    jmorrow@emporia.edu                           gloria.dye@washburn.edu




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