Samuel J. Hausfather

EDUCATION:

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1994
Major: Curriculum & Instruction: Teacher Education.
Minor: Educational Psychology: Cognition.
Thesis: Integrating Instruction through Theme Study and Conceptions of Knowledge in the Elementary Classroom: An Emic Perspective.

M.A. California State University, Chico, 1988
Major: Education: Elementary Science Education
Thesis: Teaching the Scientific Method in Elementary School Science.

B.A. Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 1972
Major: Elementary Education. Minor: Social Sciences


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2014-  Educational Consultant: Educator Preparation Program Accreditation; Teacher Education
Present   Performance Assessment; Education Grants Assessment

2006- Dean and Professor of Education, School of Education, Maryville University of St. Louis,
2014    St. Louis, MO

2001- Dean, School of Professional Studies, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania,
2006   East Stroudsburg, PA

1998- Associate Dean for Graduate Studies in Education, Associate Professor of Education,
2001   and Professional Development Schools Coordinator, Berry College, GA

1997- Director of Graduate Studies in Education, Assistant Professor of Education, and
1998    Professional Development Schools Coordinator, Berry College, GA

1992- Director of Field Experiences in Teacher Education, Assistant Professor of
1997   Education, and Certification Officer, Berry College, GA

1996-97 Education Department Coordinator and NCATE Coordinator, Berry College, GA

1991-92 Lecturer, Berry College, Mount Berry, GA: Education

1989-91 Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Student Teaching Program


RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1991-92 Teacher, Grade 5, Berry College Laboratory School, Rome, GA
1979-89 Teacher, Grades 3-5, Twin Ridges Elementary School District, N. San Juan, CA
1977-79 Teacher, Grades 2-8, Mariposa School, Ukiah, CA
1976-77 Substitute Teacher, San Mateo County Schools, Redwood City, CA
1973-76 Head Teacher, Grades K-6, Rivendell School, Palo Alto, CA
1974 Counselor, Larsbacken Summer Camp, Vaddobacka, Sweden
1973 Teacher, Grade 3, Ockley Green Elementary School, Portland Public Schools, Oregon
1972 Substitute Teacher, Seattle Public Schools, Washington
1972 Counselor, Marianne Frostig Center of Educational Therapy, Los Angeles, CA
1969 Assistant Teacher, Grade 1, Harlem Public School/N.Y.U. program, New York


PUBLICATIONS:

Book Chapters

Hausfather, S., & Williams, N. (2010). Is this data useful? The impact of accreditation on the development of assessments. In L. B. Erickson & N. Wentworth (Eds.), Tensions in teacher preparation: Accountability, assessment, and accreditation. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group.

Hausfather, S. (2002). Content and process in constructivist teacher education. In J. Rainer (Ed.), Reframing teacher education: Dimensions of a constructivist approach (pp. 63-80). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co.

Hausfather, S. J., Outlaw, M. E., & Strehle, E. L. (1996). Relationships as a foundation: Emerging field experiences within multiple college-school partnerships. In T. Warren (Ed.), Partnerships in teacher education: Schools and colleges working together (pp. 27-41). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Refereed Journal Articles

Pool, K., Longwell, E., Pool, J., Dittrich, C. & Hausfather, S. (2004). An analysis of SAT and Praxis I performance of teacher education candidates at three different types of institutions. Action in Teacher Education 26(2), 60-68.

Strehle, E. L., Whatley, A., Kurz, K. A., & Hausfather, S. J. (2002). Narratives of collaboration: Inquiring into technology integration in teacher education. The Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 10(1), 25-45.

Hausfather, S. J. (2001). Where’s the content? The role of content in constructivist teacher education. Educational HORIZONS, 80(1), 15-19.
(selected for inclusion in F. Schultz (Ed.) (2003), Annual Editions: Education 2003/2004 (pp. 74-78). Guilford, CT: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin.)
(selected for inclusion in Sadker & Zittleman (2007). The Teachers, Schools and Society: A Brief Introduction to Education Reader. Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.)

Hausfather, S. J., & Strehle, E. L. (2001). “Now I trust you:” Bridging the ethical dilemma in Professional Development School relationships. The Campbell Monograph Series on Education and Human Science, 2, 5-15.

Hausfather, S. (2000). Laboratory Schools to Professional Development Schools: The fall and rise of field experiences in teacher education. The Educational Forum, 65(1), 31-39.

Hausfather, S. J., Strehle, E.L., & Outlaw, M.E. (1999). Negotiating the construction of field experiences: Creating a model of successful early field experiences. GATEways to Teacher Education, 12(1), 55-70.

Hausfather, S. J. (1998). Changing students’ relationships to knowledge in a theme-study classroom. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 13(1), 33-47.

Hausfather, S. J. (1998). Theme study in elementary-school social studies: A different approach to gaining knowledge. The Social Studies, 89, 171-176.

Hausfather, S. J. (1997). A case of failed resocialization? Action research and the struggle to redefine the teacher identity. Educational Action Research, 5, 373-392.

Hausfather, S. J. (1996). Vygotsky and schooling: Creating a social context for learning. Action in Teacher Education, 18(2), 1-10.

Hausfather, S. J. (1992). It’s time for a conceptual change. Science and Children, 30(3), 22-23.

Manuals, Instructional Materials, Monographs, Newsletters

Hausfather, S. J. & Williams, N. (2008). Institutional Report for Continuing NCATE Accreditation. St. Louis: Maryville University School of Education. (Selected for inclusion as an exemplary report on www.ncate.org website.)

Hausfather, S. J. (2006). Professional development schools that work. In East Stroudsburg University Elementary Professional Development School (Ed.), Cultivating a PDS landscape: Designs from ESU elementary education (pp. 7-9). Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.

Hausfather, S. J. (2005). Institutional Report for Continuing NCATE Accreditation. East Stroudsburg, PA: East Stroudsburg University School of Professional Studies. (Selected for inclusion as a model report on www.ncate.org website.)

Bell, S., Hausfather, S., & McDowell, J. (2001). Culturally responsive teacher education in the Charter School of Education and Human Sciences at Berry College. In BellSouth Foundation (Ed.), In our own words: A companion piece to the ReCreating Colleges of Teacher Education Report (pp. 6-13). Atlanta: BellSouth Foundation.

Kurz, K., Hausfather, S., Strehle, E., & Whatley, A. (1998). Experiences in integrating multimedia across the curriculum of a teacher education program. AILACTE Views and News, 11(1), 13-17.

Hausfather, S. J. (1996). Power Relations Underlying the Changing of Conceptions of Knowledge in an Elementary Classroom. ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED397946).

Hausfather, S.J. (1995). Creating a Theme Study Classroom around “Big” Questions: Opportunities and Constraints. ERIC Clearinghouse on Social Studies/Social Science Education (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED391711).

Hausfather, S. J. (1994). Integrating instruction through theme study and conceptions of knowledge in the elementary classroom: An emic perspective. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Hausfather, S. J. (1994). Category II: Relationship to the world of practice. In Berry College School of Education and Human Sciences, Institutional report for National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and Georgia Professional Standards Commission (pp. 70-141). Mt. Berry, GA: Berry College.

Hausfather, S. J. (1993). Integrating instruction around themes: Knowledge construction in an elementary classroom. ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 358 106).

Hausfather, S. J. (1993). Field experience handbook. Mt. Berry, GA: Berry College.

Hausfather, S. J., with Brindley, R., Brown, L., Laseter, J., & Outlaw, M. (1993). Student teacher handbook. Mt. Berry, GA: Berry College.


FUNDED GRANTS:

Hausfather, S. (2010-2014). Grow Up Great in St. Louis. Proposal submitted to the PNC Foundation. Amount funded: $15,000 (year 1), $50,000 (year 2), $60,000 (year 3), $60,000 (year 4), $120,000 (years 5 & 6).

Taggart, K., Schappe, M., & Hausfather, S. (2013). St. Louis Mathematics Partnership Initiative. Proposal submitted to Title II Part B Mathematics and Science Partnership Program, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Amount funded: $1,394,374.

Coxon, S. & Hausfather, S. (2013). Supporting Young Scholars at Summer Science and Robotics Program. Proposal submitted to The Ryan Howard Foundation and the AT&T Foundation. Amount funded: $2,000 (Ryan Howard); $5,000 (AT&T).

Coxon, S. & Hausfather, S. (2013). Expanding and Supporting Young Scholars. Proposal submitted to The Emerson Charitable Trust. Amount funded: $30,000.

Rocchio, D., & Hausfather, S. (2013). A proposal for the evaluation and sustainability of the OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring Program. Proposal submitted to The OASIS Institute. Amount funded: $99,156.

Coxon, S., Drain, J. D. & Hausfather, S. (2009-2013). Young Scholars: Nurturing Academic Potential in Under-represented Populations. Proposal submitted to the Saigh Foundation. Amount funded: $20,000 (year 1), $20,000 (year 2), $15,000 (year 3), $17,000 (year 4).

Montgomery, M., & Hausfather, S. (2013). Preparing Employees to Read Aloud to Children. Proposal submitted to the Signa-Aldrich Corporation. Amount funded: $5,000.

Yukna, J., & Hausfather, S. (2012). Bubbles, Baubles, and Beakers: Engaging High School Students in Scientific Inquiry through the Chemistry of Personal Products, Jewelry and Photography. Proposal submitted to The Monsanto Fund. Amount funded: $101,018.

Coxon, S. & Hausfather, S. (2012). Expanding and Supporting Young Scholars to Nurture More Potential. Proposal submitted to The Dana Brown Charitable Trust. Amount funded: $100,000.

Hausfather, S. (2011). Building Inquiring Minds: Including Preschool Teachers. Proposal submitted to the Monsanto Fund. Amount funded: $12,495.

Litherland, B., Pupillo, D., Williams, N.M., & Hausfather, S. (2011). Scientists in Residence. Proposal submitted to Title II Part B Mathematics and Science Partnership Program, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Amount funded: $1,449,707.

Hausfather, S., Ball, N., Galganski, M. (2011-2012). Constructivist Early Childhood Science: Building Inquiring Minds. Proposal submitted to Title II Part A of the Improving Teacher Quality Grant, Missouri Department of Higher Education. Amount funded: $165,588.15 (year 1), $157,916.21 (year 2).

Hausfather, S. (2010). Renewing Project construct at Wilkinson and Stix Early Childhood Centers. Proposal submitted to the Parsons Blewett Memorial fund. Amount funded: $47,424.

Hausfather, S. (2010). Teacher Performance Assessment Consortium Lead Missouri IHE. Proposal submitted to the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Amount funded: $2,000.

Hausfather, S. & Bear, C. (2008). Roosevelt High School Professional Learning Communities Institute. Proposal submitted to the Parsons Blewett Memorial Fund. Amount funded: $10,584.

Pupillo, D., Hudson, T., Taggart, K., & Hausfather, S. (2008). Mathematicians in Residence (MIR) Partnership Program. Proposal submitted to Title II Part B Mathematics and Science Partnership Program Grade 6-12 Mathematics Initiative, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Amount funded: $1,416,585.

Hausfather, S. (2007). Roosevelt High School Partnership Program. Proposal submitted to the Boeing Company. Amount funded: $15,000.

Hausfather, S., & Smith-Anderson, S. (2007-2010). Superintendent’s Scholars Urban Leadership Program. Proposal submitted to the Parsons Blewett Memorial Fund. Amount funded: $170, 090 (year 1); $214,415 (year 2); $78,000 (year 3).

Hausfather, S. (2005). Recruiting and Retaining Minorities in Teacher Education. Proposal submitted to the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Program in Support of Diversity and Equal Opportunity. Amount funded: $12,600.

Garrison, H., & Hausfather, S. (2005). Revision of Special Education Program to meet NCLB Requirements with English Specialization. Proposal submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Amount funded: $86,648.

Hausfather, S., Amirian, S., & Whitehead, A. (2005). Integrating PDAs into Preservice Assessment and Instruction. Proposal submitted to Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Federal Technology Appropriation. Amount funded: $59,148.

Stanovick, L., Antonette, L., & Hausfather, S. (2004). Northeast Pennsylvania Writing Project. Proposal submitted to the National Writing Project. Amount funded: $30,000.

Hausfather, S., & Antonette, L. (2004). Intercultural Communications Model for Addressing Diversity Issues at East Stroudsburg University. Proposal submitted to Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Program in Support of Diversity and Equal Opportunity. Amount funded: $12,390.

Hausfather, S., Vagliardo, M., & White, G. D. (2004). Assisting Faculty Diversity Awareness and Infusion. Proposal submitted to Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Program in Support of Diversity and Equal Opportunity. Amount funded: $12,500.

Hausfather, S., & Piatt, C. (2004). A Plan for National Board Certified Teachers in Northeast Pennsylvania. Proposal submitted to State Farm Companies Foundation. Amount funded: $9,250.

Hausfather, S. & Smith, B. (2003). Aligning Curriculum to Standards in Pennsylvania. Proposal submitted to Teacher Quality Enhancement Initiative. Amount funded: $60,450 (year 1); $54,500 (year 2).

Cavanagh, D., Pinciotti, P., Hausfather, S. & Waters, F. (2002). LINKS: Living Inclusionary Knowledge in Schools. Proposal submitted to the Pennsylvania Higher Education Initiative on Inclusion. Amount funded: $10,000.

Wlazlinski, M. & Hausfather, S. J. (2001). ESOL TIME: English for Speakers of Other Languages Technique Infused Model of Education for a Diversity-Responsive Teacher Preparation Program. Proposal submitted to the U. S. Department of Education. Amount funded: $490,460.

Morris, B., Brown, J., & Hausfather, S. J. (2001). Field course in earth science for Georgia middle school teachers conducted in central and western Wyoming. Proposal submitted to the Eisenhower Higher Education Act for the Improvement of Mathematics and Science. Amount funded: $20,948.

Hausfather, S. J. & Anglin, J. (2000). ESOL Program of the Charter School of Education. Proposal submitted to the Charles Loridans Foundation. Amount funded: $5,000.

McGrevin, C. Z., Michael, R. O., Hausfather, S. J., Anglin, J., & Eldridge, K. (2000). Academy for School Principals. Proposal submitted to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Title II Grants Program. Amount funded: $ 370,000.

Hausfather, S. J. & Anglin, J. (1999). ESOL Professional Development School. Proposal submitted to the BellSouth Corporation. Amount funded: $25,000.

Anglin, L. W., Markert, L. W., Hausfather, S. J., & Anglin, J. (1997). Berry College CHARTER School of Education. Proposal submitted to the BellSouth Foundation Re-creating Colleges of Teacher Education Grants Program. Amount funded: $200,000.

Hausfather, S. J. (1996). Middle grades teacher education for the 21st century: A continuing program-improvement initiative. Proposal submitted to the Georgia Initiative in Mathematics and Science. Amount funded: $5000.

Hausfather, S. J., & Eggleton, P. (1996). Creating hands-on math/science investigative units for middle grades students. Proposal submitted to the Eisenhower Higher Education Act for the Improvement of Mathematics and Science. Amount funded: $19,118.

Hausfather, S. J. (1995). Middle grades teacher education for the 21st century: A program improvement initiative. Proposal submitted to the Georgia Initiative in Mathematics and Science. Amount funded: $4725.

Hausfather, S. J. (1995). Constructivist science teaching using integrated investigative projects. Proposal submitted to the Eisenhower Higher Education Act for the Improvement of Mathematics and Science. Amount funded: $20,986.

Hausfather, S.J. (1995). Building toward professional development schools for the 21st century: Improving the links. Proposal submitted to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. Amount funded: $1,400.

Hausfather, S. J. (1994). Constructivist science teaching using integrated investigative projects. Proposal submitted to the Eisenhower Higher Education Act for the Improvement of Mathematics and Science. Amount funded: $19,250.

Hausfather, S. J. (1993). A planning retreat for implementing collaborative school/college field-based courses. Proposal submitted to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. Amount funded: $4,300.

Hausfather, S. J. (1993). A grant request to the professional standards commission for certification channel. Proposal submitted to the Georgia Professional Standard Commission. Amount funded: $2,500.


PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

International and National Presentations

Montgomery, M., & Hausfather, S. (2013). Enhancing access to and participation in community-based cultural activities and literacy. A presentation at the annual conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal, Albuquerque, October.

Ball, N., Hausfather, S., & Wuch, J. (2013). Strengthening early childhood science education. A presentation at the annual conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal, Albuquerque, October.

Wuch, J., Wilson, T., & Hausfather, S. (2013). Supporting purposeful partnerships through mini-grants. A presentation at the annual conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal, Albuquerque, October.

Nance, B., Deschamp, D., Bear, C., & Hausfather, S. (2013). Developing the next generation of Teacher Leaders: Collaboration between school districts and university faculty to design a new doctorate in teacher leadership. A presentation at the annual conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal, Albuquerque, October.

Hausfather, S., & Seelke, J. (2012). Curriculum Mapping the edTPA. A presentation at the annual PACT and edTPA Implementation Conference, San Diego, November.

Hausfather, S., Ball, N., & Wuch, J. (2012). Building Inquiring Minds: Partnerships as a Basis for Success. A paper presented at the annual conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal, Denver, October.

Wall, T., Hausfather, S., & Bennett, L. (2011). Effective teacher education advocacy in the Show-Me state: Building collaboration with policymakers with a Missouri “Day-at-the-Capitol.” A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, San Diego, February.

Hausfather, S. & Williams, N. (2010). Is this data useful? Developing informative assessments for accreditation. A presentation at the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education webinar 21st Century Assessment: Your Programs and Your Candidates, online, September.

Hausfather, S., Bear, C., & Morrow, K. (2010). Building and sustaining a culture driven by student success: A collaboration between an urban high school and a suburban university. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education, Atlanta, February.

Hudson, T., Pupilla, D., & Hausfather, S. (2009). Professional Learning Partnerships for middle school mathematics teachers. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Staff Development Council, St. Louis, December.

Hausfather, S., Bear, C., Bovier-Brown, R., Jackson, A., Smith-Anderson, S. (2009). Preparing future leaders for urban schools: Collaborating across 3 cultures. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, Chicago, February.

McDowell, J., Parrish, T., Steiner, D., Hausfather, S., Somers, J., & Watson, D. (2009). Educational leadership in the context of independent liberal arts colleges. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, Chicago, February.

Hausfather, S., Bear, C., Bovier-Brown, R., & Smith-Anderson, S. (2008). Collaborating across cultures to prepare democratic leaders for urban schools. A paper presented at the annual conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal, Arlington, TX, September.

Hausfather, S., Williams, N., Cannon, K., & Rejniak, C. (2007). Maintaining and Constructing Partnership Bridges: Past, Present, and Future. A paper presented at the annual conference of the National Network for Educational Renewal, Charleston WV, October.

Rutter, A., Hausfather, S., Krenz, L., Nolan, J., Burke, P., Cheyne, M., Lyon, S. (2006). Passing through Pennsylvania: Setting the course with NCATE standards. A paper presented at the 2006 Professional Development Schools National Conference, Orlando, March.

Mullikin, T., Nolan, J., Hausfather, S., Rutter, A., Heilman, J. (2006). Migrating north: Pennsylvania Network for Professional Development Schools. A paper presented at the 2006 Professional Development Schools National Conference, Orlando, March.

Hausfather, S., Pinciotti, P., Shaffer, M., & Leon, S. (2005). Weaving the tapestry of successful PDS: Leadership roles and qualities that make PDS work. A paper presented at the 2005 Professional Development Schools National Conference, Orlando, March.

Pool, K., Longwell, E., Pool, J., Dittrich, C. & Hausfather, S. (2004). An analysis of SAT and Praxis I performance of teacher education candidates at three different types of institutions. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, Chicago, February.

Harris, T., Ammon, P., McIntyre, C., Dangle, J., Hausfather, S., Kroll, L., Robinson, C. (2003). Constructing constructivism in teacher education. A professional clinic presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Jacksonville, FL, February.

Clement, M. C., Bell, S., Hausfather, S., Smith, J., & Wlazlinski, M. (2002). Changing students’ wordviews about diversity: The effects of an immersion experience on preservice teachers. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Denver, February.

Rainer, J, Ammon, P., Kroll, L., Bowen, C., Harris, T., Hausfather, S., Robinson, C. (2001). Constructivist teacher education: A different kind of work. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, New Orleans, February.

Hausfather, S. J., & Strehle, E. L. (2000). Learning from each other: The ethical development of PDS relationships. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April.

Hausfather, S. J., & Strehle, E. L. (2000). Apples and oranges: Bridging the ethical dilemma in PDS relationships. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Chicago, February.

Hausfather, S. J. (2000). Content and process in constructivist teacher education. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Orlando, February.

Strehle, E. L., & Hausfather, S. J. (2000). “Now I trust you:” The ethical development of PDS relationships. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Orlando, February.

Strehle, E. L., & Hausfather, S. J. (1999). Emerging ethical relationships in professional development school work: A developmental model. A paper presented at the tenth National Forum of the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges of Teacher Education, Minneapolis, November.

Hausfather, S. J., & Strehle, E. (1999). Triumphs and struggles in redesigning teacher education for the 21st century: Painting what has not been painted before. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Chicago, February.

Hausfather, S. J.,& Kroll, L. (1999). The role of content and its relationship to constructivism. A paper presented at an open forum of the Commission on Constructivist Teacher Education at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Chicago, February.

Hausfather, S. J.,& Anglin, J. (1998). Creating a charter school of education: Redesigning teacher education for the 21st century. A paper presented at the national forum of the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education, Seattle, June.

Hausfather, S. J., Outlaw, M. E., & Strehle, E. (1997). “What is really important in classrooms?” Negotiating the construction of field experiences. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Washington, DC, February.

Outlaw, M. E., Hausfather, S. J., Strehle, E., & Tankersley, A. (1996). Relevance and reality: Connecting college and school-based experiences for pre-service teachers. A paper presented at the national forum of the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education, Atlanta, November.

Hausfather, S. J. (1996). Power relations underlying the changing of conceptions of knowledge in an elementary classroom. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, April.

Hausfather, S. J. (1995). Creating a theme study classroom around “big” questions: Opportunities and constraints. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council for the Social Studies, Chicago, November.

Hausfather, S. J. (1995). A case of failed re-socialization? Action research and the struggle to redefine the teacher identity. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, April.

Hausfather, S. J. (1995). The long and winding road: Field-based courses as an opening for promoting professional development schools. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Detroit, February.

Hausfather, S. J., & Pool, J.E. (1993). Building democratic problem solving with class meetings. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council for the Social Studies, Nashville, November.

Hausfather, S. J. (1993). Integrating instruction around themes: Knowledge construction in an elementary classroom. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, April.

Regional, State and Local Presentations

Ball, N., Hausfather, S., & Williams, N. (2013). M.A.Ed. in Secondary Teaching & Inquiry: A unique post-baccalaureate program. A presentation at the Midwestern Region Leadership Conference, National Network for Educational Renewal, Columbia MO, October.

Hausfather, S. (2013). Curriculum mapping for MoPTA: What we learned from edTPA. A presentation at the fall meeting of the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Columbia MO, October.

Hairston, G., Hausfather, S., Cartier, C., & Owens-Oliver, C. (2013). MoPTA Information & Details for Participating Candidates, Cooperating Teachers, and Preparation Faculty/ Supervisors. A webinar for the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, August.

Hairston, G., Hausfather, S., Cartier, C., Ray, J., & Owens-Oliver, C. (2013). Information and Invitation to Join the MoPTA Pilot for Fall 2013. A webinar for the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, July.

Hausfather, S., Agnew-Tally, J., Schneeberger, S., Ray, J., & Cwick, S. (2012). The TPA Field Test and its Implications for Teacher Education Programs. A presentation at the fall meeting of the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Columbia MO, October.

Hausfather, S., Stansbury, K. (2011). Next Steps for Teacher Performance Assessment Consortium in Missouri. A presentation to the spring meeting of the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Columbia, MO, October.

Hausfather, S., Ball, N., and Noe, M. (2011). TPAC in Missouri: Piloting a Teacher Performance Assessment and what we’ve learned so far. A presentation to the spring meeting of the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Lake Ozark MO, April.

Hausfather, S. (2010). Assessing professional dispositions. An invited presentation at the NCATE Regional Conference on Accreditation for Continuous Improvement of Educator Preparation, Louisville KY, April.

Hausfather, S. & Larson, A. (2010). Developing informative assessments. An invited presentation at the NCATE Regional Conference on Accreditation for Continuous Improvement of Educator Preparation, Louisville KY, April.

Hausfather, S. J. (2006). The dean’s role in Professional Development Schools. A presentation at the spring conference of the Pennsylvania Network for Professional Development Schools, Harrisburg, PA, April.

Hausfather, S. (2004). Establishing sustainable Professional Development Schools. A presentation at the Forum for Improving Teacher Quality in the Commonwealth, Harrisburg, PA, September.

Hausfather, S. (2003). Initiating and maintaining Professional Development Schools. A presentation at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators, Harrisburg, PA, October.

Hausfather, S. J. & Tankersley, A. (2001). Teacher-in-residence: Win-win for preservice teacher education and master teachers. A paper presented at the spring conference of the Georgia Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Callaway Gardens, GA, April.

Hausfather, S. J. & Kurz, K. (2000). National Board Certification: What do you need to know? A workshop for teachers through Northwest Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency, Rome, June, October.

Hausfather, S. J. (1999). Teacher education in Georgia: Reflections on where we are and where we want to go. Presidential address presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Teacher Educators, Savannah, October.

Hausfather, S.J., & Strehle, E. (1997). A professional development school implementation retreat: Glenwood Elementary School – Berry College partnership. A workshop for teachers, Rome, GA, October.

Hausfather, S.J. (Principal Organizer) (1997). Developing a “Charter” School of Education: A professional development schools planning retreat. A workshop for teachers and college faculty, Rome, GA, May.

Hausfather, S. J. (1996). Improving teacher education programs through field-based experiences. A presentation at the statewide conference of the Principles of Educating Teachers, Georgia Initiative in Mathematics and Science, Athens, November.

Moss, W., Anglin, J. M., Hausfather, S. J., Blalock, L., & East, S. (1996). Leadership in curriculum and teaching: An education specialist degree program. A presentation at the annual conference of the Georgia Association of Teacher Educators, Augusta, October.

Hausfather, S.J. (Principal Organizer) (1996). A collaborative planning retreat for middle-grades curriculum improvement. A workshop for middle-grades teachers and college faculty, Rome, GA, June.

Strehle, E., Outlaw, M. E., & Hausfather, S. J. (1996). Connecting relevance and reality in the field experience component of teacher education. A presentation to the Student Teacher Evaluation Committee of Georgia Professional Standards Commission, Athens,May.

Hausfather, S.J. (Principal Organizer) (1996). Negotiating the construction of field experiences: A professional development schools planning retreat. A workshop for early childhood teachers and college faculty, Rome, GA, May.

Outlaw, M. E. & Hausfather, S. J. (1995). The missing link: Connecting college and school-based experiences for preservice teachers. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Teacher Educators, Savannah, October.

Hausfather, S. J. (1995). Why learn this: Connecting mathematics and science in industry and school. A workshop for middle and high school math and science teachers, Rome City and Floyd County school districts, Rome, GA, August.

Hausfather, S.J. (1995). Class meetings: Guidelines for classroom and school implementation. Presented to all teachers in Adairsville Elementary School, GA, June.

Hausfather, S.J. (Principal Organizer) (1995). A professional development schools planning retreat. A workshop for teachers and college faculty, Rome, GA, May.

Hausfather, S. J., Anglin, L., Bell, S., Prince, A. (1994). Accreditation fosters connections: A private college branches out. A panel presentation at the annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Teacher Educators, Atlanta, October.

Hausfather, S. J. (1994). Why learn this: Connecting mathematics in business and schools. A workshop for middle and high school math teachers, Rome City and Floyd County school districts, Rome, GA, August.

Hausfather, S.J. (Principal Organizer) (1994). A planning retreat for implementing collaborative school/college field-based courses. A workshop for teachers and college faculty, Rome, GA, May.

Hausfather, S. J., & Pool, J.E. (1992). Building democratic problem-solving: The implementation of class meetings at the Berry Lab School. Paper presented at the southeast regional conference of the National Association of Laboratory Schools, Rome, GA, Nov.

Hausfather, S. J. et. al. (1991). Problem solving with ‘Class’: The democratic classroom. Presented at the southeast regional conference of the National Association of Laboratory Schools, Statesboro, GA, November.

Hausfather, S. J. (1989). A week with James and the Giant Peach: Using literature in the classroom. Presented to all teachers in Twin Ridges School District, N. San Juan, CA.

Hausfather, S. J. (1987). Writing workshop: Writing process ideas, journals, and grammar. Presented to all teachers in Twin Ridges School District, CA.

Hausfather, S. J. (1985). Elementary science activities: Activities from supplementary texts and 6 national science projects. Presented to all teachers in Twin Ridges District, CA.

Hausfather, S. J. (1985). Interaction Activities for Social Studies: Methods for using democratic techniques, plays, mock trials, and simulations. Presented to all teachers in Twin Ridges School District, CA.


RECOGNITIONS:

Spirit of Partnership Award, National Association of Professional Development Schools for East Stroudsburg University, 2007
Who’s Who in America, 2006
Disability Services Recognition Award (sensitivity to students), ESU, 2005
Lexington Who’s Who, 2000
Outstanding Service Award, Rome/Floyd 2000, 1994
Kappa Delta Pi, 1993
Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Fellowship, University of Wisconsin, 1989
Master of Arts with Distinction, C.S.U., Chico, 1988
Mentor Teacher, Twin Ridges School District, 1986
Mentor Teacher, Twin Ridges School District, 1984
New York State Regents Scholarship, 1967


SERVICE:

University Committee Service: Maryville University
Dean’s Council
Administrative Leadership Team
President’s Cabinet
Assessment Committee
Accessibility Committee
Maryville Reads Committee
Student Success Team
Multicultural Council
Jewish Community Initiative
Community College Task Force
Faculty Awards Committee
Strategic Planning Committee; Theme Group Two (chair)
University Planning Advisory Committee
Institutional Planning and Priorities Council
Diversity Task Force (chair)
Graduate Policies Committee
Adult Recruitment Committee
Adult Education Task Force
Search Committee, Executive Director for Planning and Research (chair)
School of Education Alumni Board
School of Education Technology Committee (chair)
School of Education Library Committee
School of Education Diversity Committee (chair)
School of Education Curriculum and Assessment Committee (chair)
School of Education Graduate Admissions Committee
School of Education Student Personnel Committee
School of Education Scholarship Committee
Council for Education/MASTI Committee
MIPE Advisory Board (chair)
Urban Leadership Advisory Committee (chair)

Professional Memberships
National Association of Professional Development Schools
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education

Government Relations and Advocacy Committee
Clinical Practice Advisory Group
Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education
Executive Board Secretary
National Network for Educational Renewal
Tripartite Council representative
Governing Council representative
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
Executive Board Secretary
American Educational Research Association, 1989-2011
Kappa Delta Pi, 1993-2011
Teacher Education Council for State Colleges and Universities, 2001-2006
Pennsylvania Network for Professional Development Schools, 2005-2006
Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators, 2001-2006
Phi Delta Kappa, 1992-2003
Research Representative, Northwest Georgia Chapter, 1993-94.
Georgia Association of Teacher Educators, 1991-2001
President, 1998-2000; President-elect, 1996-1998
Association of Teacher Educators, 1991-2003
Commission on Constructivist Teacher Education, 1998-2001
Council of Unit Presidents
Executive Board Representative for the Southeast, 2000-2001
Executive Board Representative for the Northeast, 2002-2003
National Field Directors Forum, 1993-1998
National Science Teachers Association, 1981-2001
National Council for the Social Studies, 1984-2000


Professional Community Service

Metropolitan St. Louis Collaborative for Educational Renewal, 2006-present
Executive Director, 2010-2012
Executive Committee Treasurer, 2012-2014
Executive Committee, 2006-2014
Peabody Energy Leaders in Education Selection Committee, 2012-2014
Missouri Pre-Service Teacher Assessment Development Committee, Missouri Department of Elementary  and Secondary Education, 2013
St. Louis Professional Development Schools Collaborative, 2006-2013
Metro Theater Company (St. Louis),
Board of Directors, 2006-2014
Board Secretary, 2012-2014
Missouri School Improvement Advisory Committee, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 2011
Educator Standards and Evaluation Systems Committee, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 2010-2011
St. Charles Education Advisory Board, 2008-2014
Mathematicians in Residence Project Team, 2007-2010
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Spelling Bee (pronouncer/judge), 2007-2008
Board of Examiners, NCATE accreditation:
University of South Florida-Sarasota Manatee, October 2014
Walsh University, November 2013
Muskingum University, March 2013
University of Portland, September 2012
Capitol University, November 2011
Plymouth State University, March 2011
Lee University, October 2010
Notre Dame College, April 2010
Baker University, November 2009
Pacific Lutheran University, March 2009
The Sage Colleges, March 2007
Graceland University, November 2006
Grand Valley State University, February 2006
Cardinal Stritch University, March 2005
Spring Arbor University, November 2004
University of South Carolina Aiken, February 2004
Stroudsburg Community Collaborative, 2002-2006
Northeast Pennsylvania K-16 Council, Chair, 2001-2006
Pennsylvania Network for Professional Development Schools Planning Council, 2004-2006
SSHE Chancellor’s Special Task Force on Elementary Education, 2003-2005
West Georgia P-16 Council, 1998-2001.
Forum of Affiliate Leaders, a sub-group of the Georgia Teacher Quality Advisory Committee, 2000-2001.
Board of Examiners, Georgia Professional Standards Commission accreditation:
Columbus State University foreign language education programs, April 2001
Chair Atlanta Christian College, December 1999
Assistant Chair, Agnes Scott College, March 1999
Cobb County Schools Teacher Support Specialist, February 1999
Albany State University, May 1998
Task Force on Alternative Certification, Georgia Professional Standards Commission, 1997-1998.
Student-Teacher Evaluation Committee, Georgia Professional Standards Commission, 1995-1997.
Reviewer, Science Methods Textbooks, Houghton Mifflin Company and McGraw-Hill College Division, 1997-2000
Goal 4 Task Force, Rome/Floyd 2000, Chair, 1992-1996.
Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education 1996 National Forum Program Co-chair.
Reviewer, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 1996
Reviewer, Georgia 1997 Teacher of the Year Applicants, Cartersville City Schools, 1996.
Proposal Reviewer, Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education 1996 Annual Meeting; Presider, 1995 AILACTE National Forum.
Reviewer, Eisenhower Higher Education Grants, Univ. of Georgia, 1995, 1996.
Reviewer, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Coosa High School, 1995.
Participant, Design Conference, New American School Development Corporation grant application from National Association of Laboratory Schools, 1992.
President, Twin Ridges Teachers’ Association, 1980-88.
Chair and member, Curriculum Committee. Member, Budget, Planning, and Hiring Committees, County-wide Language Arts Caucus, Twin Ridges School District, CA, 1980-89.