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Mariann W. Tillery, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae Business Residence High Point University 3806 Wesseck Drive Dean, School of Education High Point, NC High Point University High Point, NC (336)
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Mariann W. Tillery, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae Business Residence High Point University 3806 Wesseck Drive Dean, School of Education High Point, NC High Point University High Point, NC (336) Education: Ph.D. North Carolina State University 1987 Degree: School Psychology Dissertation: School Psychological Consultation: Effects on Parents During Intervention Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Inductee M.S. North Carolina State University 1983 Degree: School Psychology Minor: Education B.A. University of North Carolina-Greensboro 1980 Major: Psychology Minor: English Literature Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honor Society Inductee Professional Experience: High Point University, Dean of the School of Education Responsibilities: Oversight of all undergraduate, graduate, and cohort educator preparation programs, providing a vision for faculty in the School of Education by setting goals and providing leadership to achieve program and curricular initiatives, oversight of the unit's comprehensive assessment plan, ensuring the unit is compliant with all national (NCATE/CAEP) accreditation standards and state licensure (NCSDPI) requirements. Administrative duties also include oversight of the School of Education's operational budget, course scheduling, conducting annual performance evaluations of all faculty and staff, and supervising the hiring process for all new faculty/adjuncts in the School of Education. Additional Accomplishments: Led the university from a SACS Level III to a Level V doctoral granting institution with the Ed.D. program in Educational Leadership which began in the fall of School of Education Special Education degree program ranked #12 nationally by the National Council of Teacher Quality High Point University, Professor of Education School of Education Tenure Awarded: 1997 Responsibilities: Instructor in Undergraduate and Graduate Program, Coordinator of Special Education Program. Co-Chair Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Leadership Team. Licensed Psychologist N.C. State Board of Examiners of Practicing Psychologists Licensed Psychological Associate # present School Psychologist III High Point City Schools Responsibilities: Psychological assessment of students K-12. University Responsibilities Dean, School of Education/Director of Teacher Education Chair, Teacher Education Council Provost Council Co-Chair Learning Communities Implementation Academic Planning Committee (APC) 2007-present Co-Chair Implementation Committee of APC Tenure/Promotion Committee SACS Reaffirmation QEP Co-Chair Faculty Representative: Board of Trustees Faculty Council (Elected Position) Member, Educational Policies Committee Chair: Advisory Board for Academic Assessment Coordinator, Special Education Program Disability Consultant/Academic Services Professional Memberships/Associations Member, North Carolina Independent Colleges/Universities (NCICU) Member, ASCD Member, Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Member, CEC Teacher Education Division (TED) Licensed, N.C. Psychological Association of Practicing Psychologists Licensed, Department of Public Instruction: School Psychologist Level III 2009-present 1991-present 1991-present 1987-present 1987-present Professional Presentations/Service: Immaculate Heart of Mary School Board Member 2014-present High Point Community Center for Children and Families Board Member 2014-present NCACTE Meeting, Greensboro, N.C. Teacher Education Revisioning 2009 High Point University s Electronic Evidences SDPI Ad-Hoc Committee for School Administration Revisioning Panelist: Today s Women in Business: Chamber of Commerce/Southern Bank 2008 & Trust: Salem College, Winston-Salem Project Impact Grant: Research Director/Thomasville City Schools/HPU 2007-present Ad-Hoc DPI Committee for School Administration Revisioning 2006-present Co-Author of the Institutional SACS Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP): DPI Committee for Writing Licensure Standards for School Psychologists 2005 DPI Committee for Special Education Licensure Restructuring 2003 National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 2004 Educational Consultant, Davidson County/Randolph County Schools Annual NC Science Teachers Association (NCSTA): 2002 Greensboro, N.C. Exceptional Science for the Exceptional Child Psychology of Mathematics Education 2002 North American Chapter (PME-NA): Athens, Ga. The Effects of Embedding Coteaching Modules in Mathematics Instruction Classes National CEC Conference: New York City, NY 2002 Preparing Student Teachers for Inclusionary Coteaching: Do We Practice What We Preach? Award Winner at CEC Conference Publications: Carnell, L., & Tillery, M.W. (2004). Preparing preservice teachers for inclusive coteaching: A new approach for mathematics methods instruction. Teaching Children Mathemetics: National Council of Teaching Mathematics. Tillery, M.W. (2002). Preparing student teachers for inclusive coteaching: Do we practice what we preach? Journal of Special Education and Teacher Education, (2), Carnell, L., & Tillery, M. (2002). The effects of embedding mathematics coteaching modules on the attitudes of preservice teachers. Eric Digest, (3), Tillery, M.W. (2002). Editorial Review of Hallahan, D., & Kauffman, J. (1999). Introduction to Learning Disabilities. (2 nd ed.), Allyn & Bacon Tillery, M.W. & Cochran, G. (2000). High Point University ADA Guidelines and Disability Policies: A Procedural Manual for Faculty and Staff. Awards/Recognitions: Appointed N.C. State Evaluation Committee (SEC) 2010 Piedmont Triad's 2009 Women Extraordinaire Award Business Leader 2009 CEC Award Winning Presentation: National Conference NYC Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society 1987 Inducted into Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honor Society 1980 Psi Chi National Honor Society for Psychology 1980 School of Education: Teaching Responsibilities Education 245 Education 336 Education 347 Education 499 Introduction to Special Education Assessment in Special Education Classroom and Behavioral Management Senior Capstone Seminar Education 501 Education 503 Education 598/599 Methods of Educational Research Advanced Educational Psychology Thesis Professional Training: Department of Public Instruction (DPI) Program Approval Training 2002 Professional Presentations/Services: SACS Accreditation Team Member: The Piedmont School High Point, NC Co-Author of the Institutional SACS Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP): Self, Society, World, and Vocation: A Thematic Approach to Experiential Learning Program Approval Visit: East Carolina University (DPI Team) 2006 Reviewer of Special Education Undergraduate and Advanced Programs DPI Committee for Writing Licensure Standards for School Psychologists 2005 Program Approval Visit: Methodist College (DPI Team) 2003 Reviewer of Special Education Undergraduate and AG Programs DPI Committee for Special Education Licensure Restructuring 2003 Educational Consultant, Davidson County/Randolph County Schools 1999-present National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 2004 Atlanta, Ga. Coteaching and Preparation of Preservice Teachers for Science Education Annual NC Science Teachers Association (NCSTA): 2002 Greensboro, N.C. Exceptional Science for the Exceptional Child Teacher Cadet Program: Future Educators of America 2002 Understanding the Impact of Learning Styles on Student Performance Psychology of Mathematics Education 2002 North American Chapter (PME-NA): Athens, Ga. The Effects of Embedding Coteaching Modules in Mathematics Instruction Classes National CEC Conference: New York City, NY 2002 Preparing Student Teachers for Inclusionary Coteaching: Do We Practice What We Preach? Award Winner at CEC Conference Teacher Education Forum: Raleigh, N.C School To Work Partnerships Program Panel National CEC Conference: Minneapolis, Minnesota 1998 Using Teacher Assistance Teams as a Training Opportunity for Special Education Majors National TED Conference: Savannah, Ga The TAT Model for Preservice Special Education Programs: Getting Ready for Inclusion Powerful Partnerships Conference: Winston-Salem, NC 1997 Beyond the Horizon and Into the Classroom: Where Educational Assessment Ought to Be Headed Publications: Carnell, L., & Tillery, M.W. (2004). Preparing preservice teachers for inclusive coteaching: A new approach for mathematics methods instruction. Teaching Children Mathemetics: National Council of Teaching Mathematics. Tillery, M.W. (2002). Preparing student teachers for inclusive coteaching: Do we practice what we preach? Journal of Special Education and Teacher Education, (2), Carnell, L., & Tillery, M. (2002). The effects of embedding mathematics coteaching modules on the attitudes of preservice teachers. Eric Digest, (3), Tillery, M.W. (2002). Editorial Review of Hallahan, D., & Kauffman, J. (1999). Introduction to Learning Disabilities. (2 nd ed.), Allyn & Bacon Tillery, M.W. & Cochran, G. (2000). High Point University ADA Guidelines and Disability Policies: A Procedural Manual for Faculty and Staff.
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