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					                                          VITAE

                               Dianne F. Bradley, Ph.D.
                                  13900 Broomall Lane
                                Silver Spring, MD 20906
                                  home (301) 460-2939
                                  work (301) 460-2510
                         e-mail address: DBradMZ@comcast.net

                                  CURRENT POSITIONS
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
     : Director—Creative Initiatives in Teacher Education
PROCESS COMMUNICATION, INC.
     : Vice President of Educational Training and Publications in this organization which
     specializes in training for schools and business in communications skills and motivating
     at-risk students
MONTGOMERY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
     : Consultant to Department of Special Education PreSchool Programs
     : Consultant to Diversity Training Unit

                         PRIOR PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

MONTGOMERY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, MD (MCPS) (retired)
    : Supervisor of Special Education, Special Education Programs and Services
      (5 months-temporary/part-time)
    : Instructional Specialist, Division of Equity Assurance and
     Compliance (2 years)
    : Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) Support Teacher (3 years)
    : School-based Learning Center Coordinator (1 year)
    : Guidance Counselor, Elementary and Middle School (7 years)
    : New Counselor Consultant (1 year)
    : Special Education Resource Teacher (8 years)
    : Teacher of the Disadvantaged (2 years)
    : Classroom Teacher (8 years)
    : Instructor for "Teaching Children with Special Needs" (MCPS Inservice/Trinity
     College course (5 years)
    : Author and Instructor for "Collaborative Consultation in the School Setting"
      (MCPS Inservice/Trinity College course (2 years)

TRINITY COLLEGE
      : Adjunct Professor – instructor and practicum supervisor in special education
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
      : School System Liaison for Montgomery County Public Schools and Johns
Hopkins University in SUPPORTS for Least Restrictive Environment Program
      : Faculty Associate – instructor and practicum supervisor in special education
                                                     Bradley, Vitae, p.2



                                         EDUCATION

Ph.D., Walden University, 1993: Education
    Specialization: Staff Development/Special Education Inclusion
Dissertation: "Staff Training for the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities:
        Visions from Educators"

M.A., California State University, Hayward, 1977: Learning Handicaps
       Thesis: "The Development of Operational Thinking in Young Children"

M.Ed., Bowie Sate University, 1972: Educational Counseling
      Thesis: "The Development of Open Discussion Groups Among Fourth Graders"

B.S., University of Maryland, 1967: Elementary Education

                                      PUBLICATIONS
     Bradley, D.F., Pauley, J.A., & Pauley, J.F. (2006). Effective Classroom Management.
Lanham, MD: Rowmand & Littlefield.

     Pauley, J.A., Bradley, D.F., & Pauley, J.F. (2001). Here’s how to reach me. Baltimore,
MD: Brookes Publishing.

       Bradley, D.F., & Smith, K.D. (1999, September). The process communication model:
An effective tool to motivate all students. Classroom Leadership Online, 3(1), 1-5.

      Bradley, D.F., & Calvin, M.B. (1998). Grading adapted assignments: Equity or
compromise? Teaching Exceptional Children, 31(2), 24-29

        Bradley, D.F., King-Sears, M.E., & Tessier-Switlick, D.M. (1997). Teaching students in
inclusive settings: From theory to practice. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

       Bradley, D.F. (1995). Moving into the mainstream. The Educational Forum, 59, 82-91.

        Bradley, D.F., & Fisher, J. (1995). The inclusion process: Role changes at the middle
school level. The Middle School Journal, 26(3), 13-19.

      King-Sears, M.E., & Bradley, D.F. (1995). Class-wide peer tutoring: A powerful
method for heterogeneous instruction. Preventing School Failure, 40(1), 29-35.

        Bradley, D.F (1994). A framework for the acquisition of collaborative consultation
skills. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 5(1), 51-68.

       Bradley, D.F. (1994). Using the ideas of school-based educators to design staff
development programs for inclusion. Staff Development Network Newsletter, Fall 1993,Winter,
1994, 10.
                                                   Bradley, Vitae, p.3

        Bradley, D.F., & West, J.F. (1994). Staff training for the inclusion of students with
disabilities: Visions from school-based educators. Teacher Education and Special Education,
17(2), 117-128.

       Bradley, D.F., Bjorlykke, L., Homon, J., Lindsay, J., and Mann, E. (1994, August).
Empowerment of the general educator through effective teaching strategies. Resources in
Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 368 123)

       Bradley, D.F. (1989, March). Alcohol and drug education in elementary schools. The
Education Digest, 61-63.

      Bradley, D.F. (1988). Alcohol and drug education in the elementary school.
Elementary School Guidance and Counseling, 23, 99-105.

                            CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

      Bradley, D.F., Pauley, J.F., & Pauley J.A. (2004). Teaching the Hard-to-reach Student.
Presentation given at National Summer Institute Conference: Emmitsburg, MD.

      Bradley, D.F. (2004). Using Personality Type to Develop Positive Behavioral Supports.
Presentation given at Hawaii International Conference on Education , Honolulu, HI.

       Bradley, D.F. (2004). Motivating by Personality Type: Success for All Students. Poster
session given at Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

      Bradley, D.F. (2003). Using Personality Type to Develop Positive Behavioral
Supports—Success Stories. Presentation given at the Association for Supervision and
Curriculum Development 58th Annual Conference: Igniting the Passion for Learning:
Innovative Responses to Complex Issues, San Francisco, CA.

       Bradley, D.F. (2002). Know Your Students: Using the Process Communication Model
to Enhance Responsive Teaching. Presentation given at the Association for Supervision and
Curriculum Development 57th Annual Conference: Choosing to Dance: Taking Bold Steps for
the Safe of Our Children, San Antonio, TX.

      Bradley, D.F. (2002). Process Communication: The Key to Reaching All Students.
Presentation given at the Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, New York, NY.

       Bradley, D.F. (2000, March). Managing and Motivating at-Risk Students Using
the Process Communication Model. Presentation given at the Association for
Supervision and Curriculum Development 55th Annual Conference: Celebrating
Education: Leading the Way to the New Millennium, New Orleans, LA.

       Bradley, D.F., & Jackson, M.J. (1999, April). Reaching and Teaching at-Risk
Students. Presentation given at Maryland Council for Exceptional Children, College
Park, MD.

     Bradley, D.F.& Smith, K.D. (1999, April). How You Say it is More Important
Than What you Say. Presentation given at the Women in Science and Engineering
                                                   Bradley, Vitae, p.4

Annual Conference, Alexandria, VA.


      Bradley, D.F., & Smith, K.D. (1999, May). Reaching and Teaching At-risk
Students. Presentation given at the Seventh Annual Comprehensive System of Personnel
Development: Leadership and Change, Arlington, VA.

       Bradley, D.F, & Jackson, M.J. (1999, September). Reaching and Teaching at
-risk Youth. Presentation given at the International Conference on Children and Youth
with Behavioral Disorders, Dallas, TX.

       Webb, L.C., & Bradley, D.F. (1998, April). Mediation to Benefit Students and
Families: Collaboration Without Litigation. Presentation accepted at Council for Exceptional
Children Annual Convention: Connecting Learning Communities, Minneapolis, MN.

       Bradley, D.F., & Boyer, M.M. (1998, April). Supports for Co-Teaching: Ideas,
Strategies, and Materials. Presentation accepted at Council for Exceptional Children Annual
Convention: Connecting Learning Communities, Minneapolis, MN.

      Bradley, D.F., & Fahy, M.B. (1998, November). Collaboration in the Classroom:
Tips For Successful Co-teaching. Presentation given at International Conference of the
Council for Learning Disabilities: Thread of Tradition: Tapestries for Change,
Albuquerque, NM.

       Switlick, D.M., & Bradley, D.F. (1997, October). Restructuring for Inclusion: A
Revolutionizing Experience. Presentation given at 19th International Conference on Learning
Disabilities: Celebrate Diversity, Washington, D.C.

       Bradley, D.F, Corley, M.K., & Webb, L.C. (1997, October). Special Education
Mediation: Collaboration Without Litigation. Presentation given at Maryland State Boards of
Education Conference.

       Bradley, D.F., & Switlick, D.M. (1997, April). SUPPORTS for Least Restrictive
Environment: A School System/University Collaborative Training Program. Poster session
Given at Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention: Celebrating 75 Years of Serving
Exceptional Children, Salt Lake City, Utah.

       Switlick, D.M., & Bradley, D.F. (1997, March). Change and Inclusion at the Middle
School Level. Presentation given at the 52nd Annual Association for Supervision and
Curriculum Development: Leading the Vision - Connecting World Communities of Learners,
Baltimore, Maryland.

       Bradley, D.F, & Switlick, D.M. (1996, November). Supports for Least Restrictive
Environment: A University/School System Collaborative Graduate Program. Poster session
given at 19th Annual Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children:
Capital Speculations, Washington, D.C.


Switlick, D.M., & Bradley, D.F. (1996, November). A Middle School Inclusive
                                                   Bradley, Vitae, p.5

Transition Experience. Presentation given at 22nd Annual Conference of The
Association for the Severely Handicapped: Renewing the Promise, New Orleans, LA.

        Bradley, D.F. (1996, October). Staff Training for the Inclusion of Students with
 Disabilities: Visions From Educators. Presentation given at Maryland Federation of Council
for Exceptional Children: Inclusion Revisited: A Potpourri of Successes, Laurel, Maryland.

       Bradley, D.F. (1996, May). Reporting Group Research Through Jigsaw: A Cooperative
Learning Strategy. Presentation given at Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing
Studies Poster Session for Faculty Associates: Enhancing Teaching and Learning in University
Courses, Columbia, MD.

       Bradley, D.F. (1995, November). Classwide Peer Tutoring: A Powerful Method for
Heterogeneous Instruction. Presentation given at the Hawaii Federation Council for Exceptional
Children: Celebrating Diversity: Practical Approaches in Teaching Diverse Student
Populations, Honolulu, Hawaii.

        Bradley, D.F. (1995, November). Staff Training for the Inclusion of Students with
Disabilities: Visions from Educators. Presentation given at the 18th Annual Teacher Education
Division of the Council for Exceptional Children: Celebrating Diversity: Preparing Personnel
for the 21st Century, Honolulu, Hawaii.

       Bradley, D.F. (1995, March). Cooperative Learning Strategies: Team Word Webbing
and Jigsaw. Presentation given at Council for Exceptional Children Spring Showcase:
Exceptional Teaching Strategies by Exceptional Educators, Rockville, MD.

       Giles, E., Bradley, D., & Ray, R. (1994, November). Effective Home-School
Partnerships: A Format to Facilitate Collaborative Planning. Presentation given at Council for
Learning Disabilities 16th International Conference, San Diego, CA.

      Bradley, D.F., & King-Sears, P. (1994, March). Enhancing Academic and Social Skills
Through ClassWide Peer Tutoring. Presentation given at Learning Disabilities Association of
America 31st Annual International Conference: LDA '94: A Capitol Idea, Washington, D.C.

       Bradley, D.F., Bjorlykke, L., Lindsay, J., Mann, E., and Homon, C. (1993, October).
Empowerment of the General Educator Through Effective Teaching Strategies. Presentation
given at Council for Learning Disabilities 15th International Conference: Transdisciplinary
partnerships: Ensuring Lifelong Success, Baltimore, MD.

       King-Sears, M.E., Tessier-Switlick, D., & Bradley, D.F. (1993, June). Classwide Peer
Tutoring for Inclusive Education. Presentation given at the Conference on Responsible Inclusion
of Students with Special Needs in the General Education Classroom, Aspen, CO.

        Bradley, D.F. (1993, June). Staff Training for the Inclusion of Students with
Disabilities: Visions from Educators. Presentation given at the Conference on Responsible
Inclusion of Students With Special Needs in the General Education Classroom, Aspen, CO.

       Tessier-Switlick, D., & Bradley, D. (1991, November). Collaborative Consultation in
the School Setting. Presentation given at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for
                                                    Bradley, Vitae, p.6

Exceptional Children, Charlotte, NC.


                                INVITED PRESENTATIONS

          Bradley, D.F., Pauley, J.A. & Pauley, J.F. (2006, Feb. 23). Effective Classroom
Management: Six Keys to Success. Presentation given for Montgomery County Council for
Exceptional Children, Rockville, MD.

          Bradley, D.F. (2005, Aug. 5). Henderson, NC. Quality Relations Seminar for newly
hired teachers in the Vance County Independent School District, Henderson, NC.

      Bradley, D.F, & Smith, C. (2004). Quality Educator Relations. Training for Heads-Up
(college students training to work as mentors for inner-city elementary students), Washington,
DC.

     Pauley, J.F., Smith, K.D., Bradley, D.F, & Jackson M.J. (1998-99). Using Process
Communication in the School. Seminar series given for St. Peter's Catholic School, Washington,
D.C.

       Bradley, D.F., & Switlick, D.M. (1998). Working collaboratively to support student
success. Presentation given for Prince George's County, MD, Council for Exceptional Children,
Landover, MD.

       Bradley, D.F., King-Sears, M.E., & Switlick, D.M. (1998, January). Inclusive Practices.
Presentation given for Montgomery County, Maryland Council for Exceptional Children,
Potomac, Maryland.

      Bradley, D.F. (1995, March). Collaborative Programming: Special and General
Educators Working Together. Presentation given for Resource Specialists Partnership
Workshop, San Ramon Unified School District, San Ramon, CA.

        Bradley, D.F. (1994, February). Using Type Awareness to Enhance Collaboration
Skills. Presentation given to staff of Mt. Laurel School, Mt. Laurel, NJ.

       Bradley, D.F. (1993, October). Beyond Mainstreaming to Inclusion: What's it All
About?. Presentation given to Central Office Staff of Howard County Public Schools, Ellicott
City, MD.

        Bradley, D.F. (1993, September). The Role of the Pupil Personnel Worker in
Facilitating Inclusion. Presentation given to Pupil Personnel Workers, Montgomery County,
MD.

         Bradley, D.F. (1993, May). Exploring Strategies which Promote Successful
Academic and Social Practices in Heterogeneous Classrooms. Presentation given to the
staff of the Saudi Arabian Assessment and Skills Development Center, Pelavin
Associates, Washington, D.C.
                                                   Bradley, Vitae, p.7

       Bradley, D.F. (1993, January). Adaptive Programming for Inclusive Education.
Presentation given to Oakland Mills High School, Howard County, MD.

       Bradley, D.F. (1993, January). Collaborative Models and Team Building.
Presentation given to Oakland Mills High School, Howard County, MD.

        Bradley, D.F. (1992, December). Successful Research Strategies. Presentation
given to students at Walden University, Washington, D.C.

       Bradley, D.F. (1992, November). Inclusive Practices in Education. Presentation
given for Special Education Supervisors of Howard and Baltimore Counties, MD.

       Bradley, D.F., & Rubin-Sugarman, B. (1991, October). Tailoring Instruction to
the Students' Learning Style. Presentation given for in-service program on The At-Risk
Student in the Standard Classroom, Mt. Laurel Township School District, Mt. Laurel, NJ.


                                   INSERVICE COURSES

      Russell, S., Bradley, D, Neff, S. (2000, 2001). Home School Model Workshop:
Teaching all Students in Their Neighborhood School. Developed and taught for special and
general educators and paraprofessionals in Montgomery County, MD.

        Bradley, D.B., Boyer, M.M., & Ferrell, L. (1996, 1995). Teaching Students with
Diverse Needs in the General Education Setting: A Collaborative Approach. Developed and
taught for special and general educators and instructional assistants in Montgomery County, MD.

       Rooney-Bohrer, H., Bradley, D., Robinson, K., & Wilkinson, P. (1994). Educating
Students with Disabilities in the General Education Classroom. Developed and taught for special
and general education teams in Montgomery County, MD.

       Bradley, D.F., Rooney-Bohrer, H., Stone, J., & Giles, E. (1993). Teaching Students
with Disabilities in the Least Restrictive Environment. Developed and taught for special and
general education teams in Montgomery County Public Schools, MD.

       Bradley, D.F., Giles, E., Stone, J., Meyer, D., & Jett, L. (1992). Special and Regular
Education Partnerships. Developed, coordinated, and taught for general and special educators,
Montgomery County, MD.

      Tessier-Switlick, D., & Bradley, D. (1991). Collaborative Consultation and Program
Models. Developed and taught for special education teachers in Montgomery County, MD.

                                          AWARDS

2002   Recipient of Team Achievement Award for supportive services to homeless families

2001   International Delegate to Youth For Understanding – Hamburg and Berlin, Germany
                                                 Bradley, Vitae, p.8

1998 Nominated for Teacher Education Division/Merrill Excellence in Teacher Education
     Award for commitment to teacher education in special education

1995 Recipient of Certificate of Appreciation from Youth for Understanding International
     Exchange for volunteer service and recruitment for international exchange students

1990 Recipient of the Broome Award for Published Material for "Alcohol and Drug Education
     in the Elementary School"

1990 Listed in the National Distinguished Service Registry: Counseling and Development

1989 Recipient of Certificate of Recognition and Appreciation from Montgomery County
     Government for an outstanding commitment towards building a drug free community


                              FUNDED GRANT PROJECTS

1995 Co-Developer of the National Foundation for the Improvement of Education grant
     "Technology Infusion in Instruction for At-Risk Students: A Powerful Tool for
     Restructuring"

1993 Assisted with writing the U.S. Department of Education grant "Special Education
     Teacher Immersion Training"


                           PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
    Teacher Education Division
    Maryland Federation
    Montgomery County Chapter

ASSOCIATION FOR SUPERVISION AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
  National Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
  Maryland Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development

COUNCIL FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES

NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
     Maryland State Teachers Association
     Montgomery County Education Association


                           PROFESSIONAL OFFICES HELD

COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
    Montgomery County, MD Chapter - President
                                  - Recording Secretary
                                  -Membership Chair
                                                  Bradley, Vitae, p.9



Reviewer for Teaching Exceptional Children

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, SUPPORTS for Least Restrictive Environment Graduate
     Program - Advisory Committee Member

                                VOLUNTEER POSITIONS

Youth for Understanding USA – Area Coordinator for International Students and Host Families

Youth for Understanding USA – Elector for International Advisory Council



                                       REFERENCES

Dr. Frieda Lacey, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent, Montgomery County
Public Schools, 850 Hungerford Dr., Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: (301) 279-3145

Dr. Margaret King-Sears, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Programs in Special
Education, Johns Hopkins University, 9601 Medical Center Drive, Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: (301) 294-7040

Dr. Jacqueline Thousand, Associate Professor, California State University, San Marcos, CA
92096 Phone: (619) 750-4022

				
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