Presentation Title

Puppetry Path to Math

Presenter Information

Paulette Harris, AGFollow

Primary Presenter Brief Bio

Curriculum Vitae

Education

1983

1974

1971

1995

1992

University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

  • Doctor of Education- Ed.D.
  • Curriculum and Instruction, Honor Graduate- Graduation with Distinction
  • Dissertation: “An Investigation of Pre-service Teachers’ Verbal Behaviors”
  • Master of Education- M.Ed.
  • Elementary Education, Graduation with Honors
  • Bachelor of Arts- B.A.
  • Education/French (Dean’s Lists)
  • Educational Specialist Degree-Ed. S.
  • Educational Leadership/Administration and Supervision, Honors

Augusta College, Augusta, Georgia

Augusta College, Augusta, Georgia

Post-Doctoral Studies:

Augusta State University, Augusta, Georgia

University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

  • § Post-Doctoral Study: Educational Administration, Coursework

Professional Certifications

Teacher and Leadership Certification at Doctoral Levels (Georgia)*

  • § Teaching (T-7) and Leadership (L-7-Tier2) [FLD710]
  • § Early Childhood Education, Preschool through Grade 5 [FLD808]
  • § English (grades 6-12) [FLD730]
  • § Gifted (P-12) Consultative [FLD780]
  • § Gifted-Language Arts [FLD963]
  • § Gifted-Reading Concentration [FLD965]
  • § Middle Grades, Grades 4-8 [FLD809]
  • § Reading Specialist, Preschool-Grade 12 [FLD732]
  • § Special Ed. Curriculum (P-12) Consultative [FLD798]
  • § SP ED Language Arts Cognitive (P-15, 4-8, 6-12) [FLD932]
  • § SP ED Math Cognitive (P-5) [FLD910]
  • § SP ED Reading Cognitive Level (P-5, 4-8, 6-12) [FLD952]
  • § SP ED Science Cognitive Level (P-5) [FLD920]
  • § SP ED Social Science Cognitive (P-5) [FLD940]
  • § Educational Administration/Supervision/Leadership (L-7)
  • § Teacher Support Specialist [FLD712]
  • § Gifted (P-12) Consultative [FLD780]
  • § Gifted-Language Arts Concentration [FLD963]
  • § Gifted-Reading Concentration [FLD965]

*All certifications renewed and valid until 06/30/2023

Academic Positions Held

Augusta University Present

1996- Present

1995-1997

1994-1995

1993-1997

1993-1994

1991-1993

1990-1993

1990-1991

1989-1996

1984-1989

1978-1984

1977-1978

1971-1978

1976-1978

Summer 1974, 75, 76

1973-1976

1971-1973

Special Awards and Honors

Fellowships

1993-1995

Selected Publications

Selected Publications cont.

Selected Publications cont.

Selected Publications cont.

Conference

Presentations

State

Conference

Presentations

State

(cont.)

Conference Presentations

State cont.

Conference Presentations

State cont.

Conference Presentations

State cont.

Regional Conference Presentations

Regional Conference Presentations

cont.

Regional Conference Presentations

cont.

National/

International Conference Presentations

National/

International cont.

National/

International cont.

National/

International cont.

Community Presentations

Community cont.

Community cont.

Community cont.

Community cont.

Community cont.

Community cont.

Community cont.

Community cont.

Community Presentations cont.

Community Presentations cont.

Community Presentations cont.

Community Presentations cont.

Community Presentations cont.

Community Presentations cont.

Community Presentations cont.

Directorships/ Consultantships (selected)

Directorships/ Consultantships cont.

External Funding

Grants Received

External Funding

Grants Received

Grants Received

Offices Held

Leadership in Professional Service to Community Organizations

1989- Present

Leadership in Professional Service to Community Organizations cont.

Leadership in Professional Service to Community Organizations cont.

AU

Committee Service

Committee Service - GRU

Committee Service-ASU

Major Committees Service – ASU

University Wide

ASU College of Education/

Department

ASU College of Education/

Department cont.

Memberships

Offices Held

Augusta University (formerly Georgia Regents University, Augusta State University, & Augusta College)

  • § Temporary, Full- Time, Fall 1978
  • § Full-Time, Tenure Track, Fall 1979
  • § Tenure, 1989
  • § Cree Walker Professor (Endowed Chair, 1991-present)
  • § Director, Founder - Augusta University Literacy Center (1991-present)
  • § Program Coordinator - Teacher Leader Graduate Program (until 2017)
  • § Program Coordinator - Gifted Endorsement
  • § Program Coordinator - Teacher Support & Coaching Specialist
  • § Professor of Education (Graduate and Undergraduate)
  • § Director of Clinical / Field Experiences
  • § Chairperson, Department of Teacher Education
  • § Certification Officer
  • § Interim Dean, School of Education
  • § Chairperson, Department of Teacher Education
  • § Coordinator of Field Experiences and Student Teaching
  • § Coordinator of Early Childhood Education
  • § Associate Professor of Education
  • § Assistant Professor of Education
  • § Instructor of Education
  • § Instructor (part-time)

Richmond County, Georgia Public Schools

  • § Assistant Principal/Lead Teacher for Instruction and Educational Diagnostician
  • § Lead Teacher
  • § Title I Reading Specialist
  • § Classroom Teacher

Augusta University (formerly Georgia Regents University, Augusta State University, & Augusta College)

  • AU COE Alumnae of the Year, 2017
    • § National Exemplary Model Status, AU Literacy Center, by National Reading Styles Institute, 2016-2017 received
    • § Outstanding Faculty Award for the College of Education, 2014-2015
    • § President’s Leadership Academy, Augusta State University, 2008
    • § Faculty Development Institute, Augusta State University, 2008
    • § Augusta State University College of Education Faculty Service Award, 2007-2008
    • § Augusta State University Education Faculty Teaching Award, 2005-2006
    • § Augusta State University Town and Gown Award, 2001
    • § Augusta State University Richard S. Wallace Distinguished Service Award, 1999
    • § National Fellow, American Association of Colleges and Universities

Recognitions: United States Sail and Power Squadron Awards Received

  • § District 26 Spirit of the Year Award, 2015
  • § Member of Year, 2012
  • § Senior Navigator, United States Power Squadrons, 2011
  • § Savannah River Sail and Power Squadron Excellence Award, 2008
  • § District 26 Educational Officer of the Year, 2008
  • § Prince Henry the Navigator District Award, 2008
  • § Carol McVey District Educational Leadership Award, 2008
  • § Savannah River Sail and Power Squadron, Marlin Spike Award for Excellence in Education, 2001
  • § Savannah River Sail and Power Squadron, 2014-2018 (Commander)

Other Selected Professional Recognitions

  • § Delta Kappa Gamma, Woman of the Year of Impact, 2017
  • § Faculty Member of the Year in the GRU COE, 2015
    • § Delta Kappa Gamma, Woman of Vision, 2011
    • § Girl Scouts, Woman of Excellence Award , 2006
    • § Phi Delta Kappa Service Key as Outstanding Leader in PDK, 2008
    • § Selected, Governor’s Child Care Council (a State Position of Trust), 2001 – 2005
    • § Nominee, Carter Partnership Award, 2001, 2002, 2003
    • § Family Fun Fair, Award Recipient: National Newspaper in Education, 2000-2008
    • § Dillards, Augusta Mall, Woman of the Year, 2000
    • § Leadership Augusta, Class of 1999
    • § GA Women of Distinction Recipient, 1998
    • § Phi Kappa Phi Scholarly Forum, 1997
    • § GA Council, International Reading Assn., University Reading Leader of the Year Award, 1996
    • § National Executive Board, National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators, Fall 1993
    • § Nominee GEDA Terrific Education Award Outstanding Achievement in University Education, 1992
    • § College Professor of the Year, CSRA Reading Council to GA Reading Association, 1992
    • § National Recipient, C.K. Jefferson Award by American Newspaper Publishers Association as Outstanding College Educator in use of newspapers as a learning tool, 1991.
    • § *Major Research interests: Improving home literacy environments resulting in increasing literacy achievements and expanded interests of children in poverty and Dyslexia and Woodrow Wilson
    • § Major Research interests: with Dr. Megan Buning on Visual Edge and Dr. Kuo on Literacy and Special Needs

Harris, P. (2017). Family Literacy: Proven Practices as Implemented at the AU Literacy Center. Georgia Reading Association Focus.

Darracott, C., Darracott, S. & Harris, P. (Submitted, 2018). Associations of physical activity, sedentary behavior, enjoyment of physical activity, and literacy of health terms in children. Critical Questions in Education.

Harris, P., Smith, L., & Wong, S. (2018). Puppetry Path 2 Science & Math. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing.

Harris, P., Smith, L., & Wong, S. (2018). Lights, Camera, Read! Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing.

Harris, P., Smith, L., & Wong, S. (2018). Clappity Clap!, Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing.

Harris, P. (2018). Developing and administering the “Seas the Day Camp”: A Service learning initiative. Submitted Journal of Experiential Education. (data collection finalized for submission).

Harris, P., Smith, L., & Wong, S. (2017). A closer look: Using puppets as story-props for read- aloud at a university literacy center. Reading Improvement (published in Psychological Abstracts and the Library of Congress).

Evans, W. & Harris, P., et al. (2016). Empowering young children in poverty by improving their home literacy environments. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 30(2), 1-15. (Journal Article Dr. Harris submitted received The Research Study of the Year for 2016 by the Association of Childhood Education International).

Harris, P. (2016). Leading Literacy Programs: Proven Practices. Champaign, IL: Stipes Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-60904-422-0 (Textbook)

Hardy, S., Harris, P. and Agunloye, O. (2015). Perceptions of online versus face-to-face learning educational leadership graduate students. American International Journal of Contemporary Research.

Kemp, A., Hardy, S. and Harris, P. (2014). The principal’s vision: Necessity of non-issues. Journal of Research in Education, 24(2). www.eeraonline.org.

Harris, P. & Pollingue, A. (2014). Pre-Service special educators co-teach the vocabulary of mathematics to struggling middle grades students. Journal of International Special Education.

Harris, P. & Pollingue, A. (2010). An innovative service delivery model: Training teachers and administrators to collaborate. Good News from America’s Classrooms. pp. 151-168. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Harris, P. & Pollingue, A. (2004). Positive attitudes through storybooks. Reading Focus.

Pollingue, A., & Harris, P. (2000). Including students with Down Syndrome in regular classrooms: Tips for General Educators. Dimensions of Early Childhood. Council of Exceptional Children.

Ellis, K., Pollingue, A., & Harris, P. (2000). “Early Literacy Training and the Impact of Parental Involvement.” Division of Early Childhood. Council of Exceptional Children Communication.

Pollingue, A. & Harris, P. (1999). Expectations associated with Down Syndrome: Challenges and Possibilities for inclusion. Young Children, April, 1999.

Pollingue, A. & Harris, P. (1999). Embedding literacy activities into an inclusive preschool. Young Exceptional Children.

Harris, P. & Pollingue A. (1999). What to do when the child’s literacy development reflects neither a standard English nor Native Language. Journal of Early Education and Family Review.

Editor (Paulette Harris), Science, Technology, and Environment Science. (textbook) by Anna Treohan, Spring, 1999.

Harris, P. “Maintenance Checks.” The Ensign (a national maritime educational journal). Oct. 1997.

Harris, Paulette P. & Grubb J., “The Family Fun Fair Connection.” (Mar/Apr., 1997). The Journal of Early Education and Family Review, 4(4).

Harris, P. (1980-2010). The Augusta State University Family Fun Fair. (Annual Publication for families) The Augusta Chronicle. (publisher).

Harris, P. (1995). Editorial Reviewer, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ.

Harris, P. (1995). Attention Deficits in Adults. The Journal of the National Association for Adults with Special Learning Needs.

Harris, P. (1995). Using electronic portfolios, The Journal of Early Education and Family Review.

Harris, P. (1995). “The Classroom Climate.” The Catholic Teacher .

Harris, P. (1992). Editorial Reviewer - Parent Tutoring Program. Webster’s International, Inc.

Harris, P., & Swick, K. (1992). [cited in] Teaching from a Research Knowledge Base by J. Bellon & M. Blank, MacMillan Publishing Co., 248, 488.

Harris, P. (1992). “Educators Defend Call for More Pay.” Richmond County Supplement to The Augusta Chronicle.

Harris, P. (1992). Editorial Reviewer, Oklahoma State University, Department of Family Relations and Child Development Publications.

Harris, P. (1992). “Dr. Seuss.” (An article about his life printed at his death.) Columbia News Times.

Harris, P. (Spring 1992). National Social Science Journal, 4(2). Consulting Editor/ Reviewer.

Harris, P. (Spring 1991). National Social Science Journal, 4(1). Consulting Editor/ Reviewer.

Harris, P. (1991, 1992, 1993, 1995). Student Teaching Handbook, Augusta College Manual for Student Teaching

Harris, P., & Christenberry, M.A. (1988). School Tools. Augusta College Handbook for Field Experiences.

Harris, P., & Christenberry, M.A. (1988). Why Didn’t Anyone Ever Tell Me That Children Are Like This? Augusta College (8th printing) Handbook for Field Experiences.

Harris, P. (1983-1988). Editorial Board Member. The Advocate Journal (with Dr. Shelton Root), University of Georgia Press; A national publication (1995 on…).

Harris, P. (1988). Right-Brain Hemisphere Dominance: Its Impact on Children’s Games. Conference Proceedings, 1988, New Orleans.

Harris, P. (1987). Using the Newspaper as a Teaching Device in the Social Studies. Social Science Perspectives Journal, 2(2), 69-72.

Harris, P. (1987). Propaganda Techniques at Work. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Journal, 8(26), 11.

Harris, P. (1986). Using the Newspaper in Education (Editorial). The Augusta Chronicle-Herald.

Harris, P., & Swick, K. (1985). Improving Teacher Communications: Focus on Clarity and Questioning Skills. The Clearinghouse, 59, 13-15.

Harris, P. (1985). Hats-off to Language Arts. Live Wire. Publication of the National Council Teachers of English.

Harris, P. (1984). An investigation of Preservice Teachers’ Verbal Behavior During Field Experience Lesson Presentations. Dissertation Abstracts International, 44(9), 2739-A.

Harris, P. & Smith, L. (1981.) The inter-active Effect of Quality of Student Response and use of Non-standard Dialect Markers on Teacher Perception, ED 200 966. Clearinghouse on Reading and Communication Skills.

Harris, P., Minden, B. & Hogan, B. (1978-1998). Substitute Survival. Augusta: Richmond County Board of Education (continuously in print and use; this book has been used to train thousands of substitute teachers).

Harris, P. (1978). First Instructional Lead Teachers’ Handbook. Augusta: Richmond County Board of Education.

“Puppetry Research: Puppetry Path: to Science and Math 4 Girls.” Georgia Educational Research

Association. Augusta, GA, October 2017.

“Establishing partnerships between public librarians and university faculty.” Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy. Savannah, September, 2017 (rescheduled due to hurricane).

“Bright vs. Gifted.” Florida Association on Gifted. St. Augustine, FL. September, 2017. ( rescheduled due to hurricane).

“Puppets as story-props for reading aloud”. Georgia Educational Research Association, Augusta, GA, October 2016.

“Literacy Center and Library Collaboration” Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA October 2016.

“Writing and Georgia Milestones: Metacognitive Stratgies” Teacher Quality Conference, University of Georgia Teaching and Learning Conference, Athens, GA, April 2016

“Middle Grade Math for Girls and Their Moms” Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, Oct. 2015

“Music Promotes Early Literacy” Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, Oct. 2013

“Conducting Research with Undergraduate Students.” Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, Oct. 2012

“Teaching Vocabulary to Middle Schoolers.” Georgia Middle School Association, Savannah, GA, February, 2012.

“Social Justice Research in the Cemetery.” Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, Oct. 2011.

“Action Research.” Georgia Middle School Association, Savannah, GA, February, 2011.

“Historical Research.” Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, Oct. 2010.

“Gender and Giftedness.” Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, Oct. 2009.

“Collaboration: What works!” Georgia Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Savannah, GA, Oct. 2008.

“Gender Issues and School Achievement.” Psi State Convention, Augusta, GA, Mar. 2007.

“Gender and Achievement.” Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, Oct., 2006.

“Using books to promote diversity”. Georgia Conference for Exceptional Children, Savannah, GA (with A. Pollingue) Jan., 2006.

“Making good friends through books. Georgia Conference for Exceptional Children, Athens, GA (With A. Pollingue)-Jan. 2004.

“Service Learning.” Georgia Association for Colleges for Teacher Education / Georgia Association of Teacher Education, St. Simons Island, GA – March 2003.

“Teachers’ Perceptions of Students with Disabilities”. Georgia Council for Exceptional Children, Macon, GA (with A. Pollingue). Jan., 2003.

“Promoting Awareness of Students with Disabilities through Storybooks.” Council for Exceptional Children, Teacher Education Division, Savannah, GA, October 2002.

“Leadership in PDK: How-To.” Phi Delta Kappa Conference, Savannah, GA – May 2002.

“How to Develop Literacy Centers for At-Risk Youth.” Georgia Association for Colleges of Teacher Education, St. Simons Island, GA, March 2002.

“Enhancing student learning through university service projects in public schools. Kennesaw State University Conference on Teaching, Kennesaw, GA (with A. Pollingue)-Feb., 2002.

“Learning about disabilities through storytelling. Georgia Federation for Exceptional Children Annual Conference, Savannah, GA (with A. Pollingue) Jan. 2002.

“Service Learning and Freshman Academy Tutoring.” Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA , February 2001.

“Family Literacy through the Arts.” Georgia Association of Young Children, Atlanta, GA (with A. Pollingue), October 2000.

“Constructive Criticism; An Oxymoron?” Georgia Association of Teacher Educators, Macon, GA - October 2000.

“Emerging Literacy: Preparing pre-service educators for inclusive pre-school settings”. Georgia Council of Exceptional Children. Atlanta, GA. (with A. Pollingue) - February 2000.

“Including Children with Disabilities in Literacy Activities in Preschool Settings: Developing a Preschool Literacy Program: Storytelling Tea Parties.” Georgia Association of Young Children’s Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA (with A. Pollingue) - October 1999.

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“Innovative Classroom Management Strategies” Georgia Association of Educators, Atlanta, GA - April 1999.

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“Music for Young Learners: Songs, Stories and Rhythm Activities.” Fourth Annual Child Care Institute, West Georgia College, Carrollton, GA - October 1988.

“Using the Newspaper to Teach the Incarcerated Juvenile Offender.” Georgia Council, International Reading Association, Atlanta, GA - March 1988.

“Teaching Techniques for Adults.” Northeast Georgia Consortium on Literacy, Lawrenceville, GA - February 1988.

“Making Social Studies Come Alive in the Early Years: Reinforcing Social Studies Skills through the Arts.” Georgia Council, Social Sciences, Jekyll Island, GA - October 1987.

“Music and Art for Young Learners.” Early Childhood Institute, West Georgia College, Carrollton, GA - August 1987.

“Teaching Reading and Writing through the Arts.” University of Georgia Children’s Literature Conference, Athens, GA - May 1987.

“Using Newspapers to Teach Emotionally Disturbed High Risk Students.” Childhood at Risk Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC - November 1986.

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“An Innovative Approach to Family Literacy: Parents & Children Working Together.” Southern Early Childhood Association Regional Conference, Nashville, TN (with A. Pollingue) - March 1999.

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Type of Presentation

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Location

Room 2905

Topic Category

Strand 1: STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

Targeted Age Group

Preschool, Kindergarten, Elementary/Afterschool

Targeted Audience

Child Care Center

Brief Session Description

This poster session will consist of ways to incorporate puppets into a pre-math curriculum. Those who attend will be given handouts and samples from the Path to Math curriculum.

Full Session Description

The poster session on Puppetry Path to Math will show those attending the advantages of incorporating puppets into a curriculum for young children. A variety of strategies that are evidence-based will be incorporated in the poster presentation. Parents and teachers of young children will benefit from this presentation.

Start Date

26-1-2019 10:15 AM

End Date

26-1-2019 11:45 AM

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Puppetry Path to Math

Room 2905

This poster session will consist of ways to incorporate puppets into a pre-math curriculum. Those who attend will be given handouts and samples from the Path to Math curriculum.