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Regina G. Chatel, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education, Saint Joseph College, West Hartford, CT

  Professor Chatel teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Reading and English Language Arts. She also leads research in to technology assessment and curriculum development.

She works with students in an advisory capacity, as well as in directing independent studies and facilitating student research and scholarly publication. She supervises students during their field experience.

Below we include an abbreviated listing of Prof.Chatel's many achievements. Regina's full resume can be seen at: http://www.sjc.edu/rchatel

  Experience
  1994-Present Teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Reading and English Language Arts, she has also developed new courses, including Literature for Children, an online course
  1992-1994 Reading Consultant, Flanders School, East Lyme, CT.
  1985-1991 Staff Development Specialist, EASTCONN Regional Educational Service Center, North Windham, CT
  Research
  2001 The development of an online course for the Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium, 'Developmental Reading in the Elementary School'. This course contributes to Connecticut's graduate preservice teacher preparation and assists the Consortium in discovering methods to improve online learning methodology.
  2000 Developed with the Connecticut State Department of Education an online version of the BEST program for novice English Language Arts teachers within the BEST Assessment process.
  2000 Developed with the Connecticut State Department of Education an integration of technology in to the English Language Arts Standards (Curriculum Infusion Project) and the Science Standards (Task 10 Project) in order to create a database of online accessible and evaluated web sites and software for grades K-12 teachers.
  2000 Goals 2000 Professional Development Grant from the Connecticut State Department of Education in collaboration with the Middlesex Consortium of Schools focusing on developing and implementing a family literacy program for which she wrote the curriculum.
  1999 Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium grant to assist in the development of an online course, Literature for Children, that contributes to Connecticut's undergraduate offerings.
  1999 Dwight D. Eisenhower Professional Development Grant from the Connecticut Department of Higher Education in collaboration with the Middlesex Consortium of Schools focusing on "Enhancing Reader Success."
  Presentations
  1998-2000 "Integrating Technology into Preservice Literacy Education" at the International Reading Association Conference in San Diego, the American Reading Forum in Florida, the World Congress on Reading, Auckland, New Zealand, and to participate in qualitative data analysis software training.
  1996, 1998 "Interpretations of Multicultural Text through Development of Readers Theater Scripts" and "Literacy Development in Middle and Secondary Schools: Preservice Teacher Education Using a Case Study Approach."
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Prof. Dr. Mª Dolores Ramírez Verdugo Ph.D. in English Philology, Autonomous University of Madrid
  Research Interest
  Second and Foreign Language Learning and Acquisition, Interlanguage, English Prosody, Acoustic and Statistical Analysis of Intonation, Phonetics and Phonology, Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics, Corpus Linguistic, Functional Linguistics, English Methodology
  Academic Training
  2003 Ph.D. in English Philology, Autonomous University of Madrid
  1996 Master in Applied Linguistics to English, Complutense University of Madrid
  1991 Graduate Degree in English Philology; University of Seville
  1990 English as a Foreign Language, Liverpool University
  1989 Undergraduate Degree in German and Italian Philology, University of Seville
  Experience
  1996-Present Associate Professor, Department of TEFL Methodology and English Philology. Faculty of Teacher Training and Education. University Autonomous of Madrid (UAM)
  1992-1996 Secondary Teacher of English, Official State Secondary, Language and Technical Schools
  1990-1991 Spanish Language Assistant, Liverpool Polytechnic and Walton Community Comprehensive School
  2000-Present Erasmus Co-ordinator for EFL students abroad and British students at UAM
  Research
  2003 A Contrastive Analysis of non-native Interlanguage Intonation Systems and their Implication in the Organization of Information from a Functional Perspective. Study based on a Computerized Corpus of Spanish Learners. Dissertation. Awarded with the highest rank and ‘Cum Laude’
  1998-2003 Research Project: Corpus of Spoken English as a Second Language: Development, linguistic analysis and methodological applications. Funded by CAM and UAM, 06/0027/2001
  1996 A Research Study of Learners’ Interlanguage Phonology. Master Thesis. Highest rank grade.
  1994 Cognitive Reading Strategy Instruction for Learners of Technical English. Doctoral Research Project. Highest rank grade.
  Publications
  2003 A new approach to the analysis and annotation of speech and prosody based on computerized cross-linguistic corpora, SEPLN
  2003 Non-native intonation: What information does it transmit? Proceedings from XII Susanne Hübner Seminar
  2002 Non-native Interlanguage Intonation Systems: A Study based on a Computerized Corpus of Spanish Learners of English, ICAME Journal, 26
  2001 Teaching English to Very Young Learners (La Enseñanza de la Lengua Inglesa en Educación Infantil: Una perspectiva de la Práctica Actual). Proceedings from Las Didácticas de las Áreas Curriculares en el Siglo XXI Conference
  2001 The Contribution of Semantic and Grammatical Relations in the Understanding of Computer Science Texts. Proceedings from Lengua para Fines Específicos VII. Investigación y Enseñanza Conference
  1995 Anglicism in Computer Science Texts (Anglicismos en el mundo de la Informática), Proceedings from Lengua para Fines Específicos IV. Investigación y Enseñanza Conference
  Presentations
  2003 Teaching to Communicate in English to Students from Primary School, Postgraduate course, University of Jaume I
  2003 Non-Native Intonation: what information does it transmit? Seminar on Corpus Linguistics: Theory and Applications for the Study of English. University of Zaragoza
  2003 Demonstration of A new approach to the analysis and annotation of speech and prosody, XIX Conference of Spanish Society of Processing of Natural Language, University of Alcalá de Henares
  2002 Non-native Interlanguage Intonation Systems: A Study based on a Computerized Corpus of Spanish Learners of English. 29th International Systemic Functional Congress, University of Liverpool
  2001 The Contribution of Semantic and Grammatical Relations in the Understanding of Computer Science Texts. Conference on ESP, University of Alcalá de Henares
  2001 Teaching English to very young learners (La Enseñanza de la Lengua Inglesa en Educación Infantil: Una Perspectiva de la Práctica Actual), Conference on Specific Methodology, University of Granada
  1994 Anglicism in Computer Science Texts (Anglicismos en el mundo de la Informática), Conference on ESP, University of Alcalá de Henares
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Roger N. Carlsen, Ed.D., Department of Educational Leadership, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio. Ed.D., M.Ed., B.S. in ED
  Dr. Carlsen is a member of many organizations, including; the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), Technology in Education National Standards Writing Team (NETS), Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE), and Society for Information (SITE)

He teaches graduate courses including Entry Seminar for Educational Technology, Application of Computers in Education; Exit Seminar in Educational Technology; Grant Writing and Program Evaluation; and Issues and Implications of Telecommunications in the Educational Environment.

Below we include an abbreviated listing of Dr. Carlsen’s many other achievements. His entire resume may be viewed online at http://www.wright.edu/~roger.carlsen/resume/resume.htm

  Experience
  2000-Present Wright State University, Assistant Professor & Program Advisor,
Educational Technology
  1981-2000 University of Dayton, Teacher Education & Educational Psychology
  1979-1981 Eastern Illinois University, Assistant Professor, Special Education
Dr. Carlsen has been an officer and consultant to numerous businesses and non-academic corporations
  Research
  2002-Present “ElementK” pilot program - Dr. Carlsen wrote and had approved a multi-term pilot to support 128 graduate and undergraduate students and faculty.
  2000 “Project POWER” - Providing Opportunities on the Web for
Educational Research project
  1997 Initiating Multimedia Support for Secondary Teachers, Funding Source: Corporation for Public Broadcasting in cooperation with NCATE
  Publications
  2003 “Building Productive On-line Learning Communities by
Investigating and Interacting with Internet Educational Genres,” (chapter) Kluwer Press, Melbourne, Australia.
  2003 “Using an Educational Census to Reach Educational Technology
Tipping Point,” (chapter) Kluwer Press, Melbourne, Australia.
  2003 “Using a Knowledge Hub to Reach the Educational Technology
Tipping Point,” Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference. AACE, Digital Library
  2003 “Building Productive On- line Learning Communities by Investigating and Interacting with Internet Educational Genres,” ICT and the Teacher of the Future: Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology, Australian Computer Society, Flinders Press, Bedford Park, Australia.
  2002 “On- line AACE Forums: Joining, Participating, and Leading,” USA World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications.
  2002 in Assessing Technology Preparation of Teachers,” (chapter), ISTE, Phoenix, AZ
  2002 “Networking the Learner: Computers in Education, Schools of the Future,” (chapter), IFIP Publications, Boston, MA.
  2002 – “On- line SITE Forums: Joining and Participating. Society for
Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference.” AACE, Digital Library
  2001 “E3-Learning: More Than On-line,” Education Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference. AACE, Digital Library
  Presentations
  2003 SITE’s Role in Graduate Student Mentoring: A Two-Year Perspective, SITE
  2003 Conference, Albuquerque, NM.
  2003 Knowledge Hub Pilot, SITE 2003 Conference, Albuquerque, NM.
  2003 Productive On-line Learning Communities by Investigating and Interacting with Internet Educational Genres, Quality Education at a Distance, Geelong, Australia.
  2003 Using an Educational Census to Reach Educational Technology Tipping Point, Melbourne, Australia.
  2002 Teaching/Learning Online, The Next Generation, SOITA/GMVETC Conference, Dayton, OH
  2002 On-line AACE Forums: Joining, Participating and Leading: International Ed-Media Conference in Denver, CO.
  2002 Using and Leading on-line educational forums Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. Nashville, TN.
  2001 WebBoard. TechNet-Hot Wired, Tampa, FL
  2001 E3-Learning: More Than On-line Education Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Orlando, FL
  2000 Student On-line Collaborations National Conference of Teachers of English, Milwaukee, WI.
  2000 Using Distance Learning Technology to Enhance Onsite Courses, Ohio 2000 Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference Dublin, OH.
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