Department of Teacher Education

Curriculum Vitae


Educational Resources


Department:
Teacher Education

Building Location:
Demergasso-Bava Hall
See Building #21: Map

Office Location:
DBH 320 - See Map

Phone: (209) 667-3292

E-mail: jflores@csustan.edu

Dr. Juan M Flores

Professor



Education

Ed.D. 1980 University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA.
Major: Curriculum and Instruction, Reading, Bilingual Education
Minor: School Administration and Social Foundations of Education

M.A. 1976 San Francisco State University, English

B.A. 1974 Stanford University, Stanford, CA. English, Spanish

Specialized Training/Certificate Programs

1997 Haberman Urban Teacher Selection Interview Training

Credentials Held

1976 Single Subject - English, CSU, Sacramento.

1978 Multiple Subject - National Teachers' Examination.

1980 School Administration - CSU, Fresno, Calif.

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Current Experiences

1996-2005
Chair, Department of Teacher Education, California State University, Stanislaus. Responsible for a department of 23 tenured/tenure track professors and approximately 50 part time adjunct faculty. Program responsibility includes Single Subject Credential Program (SSCP), Multiple Subject Credential Program SB 2042 Authorization, (Bilingual/Crossculture, Language and Academic Development, Teaching Intern Programs in MSCP and SSCP, Master of Arts degree programs in Elementary C & I, Secondary C&I, Reading, and Multilingual Education.
Reappointed as Department Chair for second term, June 1999)
Reappointed as Department Chair for third term, June 2002)

1988-present
Professor of Teacher Education, California State University, Stanislaus. Teaching methodology courses in language arts, bilingual language arts, bilingual reading, social studies methods, and student teacher supervision. Serving as coordinator of the Multiple Subject Credential Program, Bilingual Emphasis and coordinator of the CLAD/CTEL Certificate Program.
(Promoted to Full Professor - June 1993)

1986-88
Assistant Professor of Elementary Education, California State University, Northridge, in California. Taught bilingual methodology courses in language arts and social studies, and math and science, and student teacher supervision as well graduate seminars.
(Promoted to Associate Professor - June 1988)

1984-86
Acting Director, Learning Assistance Center, California State University, Fresno, in California. Supervised four program components and a staff consisting of seven learning specialists, three secretaries, and approximately 150 paraprofessionals. Center provided services to approximately 2500 students every year

1981-84
Lecturer, Department of Teacher Education, School of Education and Human Development, California State University, Fresno, in California. Responsibilities included recruiting and training bilingual teachers, directing various grants, supervising student teachers, and teaching courses in Psychological Foundations of Education and Reading.

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Administrative Experience

2010 Interim Dean, College of Education.

2010 to present - Director of the Stanislaus Asociacion de Investigacion Latina Program, funded through a Grant from the Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education.

2008-2010 Co- Director and Director of the Robert Noyce Math and Science Teacher Scholar Program, funded by the National Science Foundation.

2006-present- Co-Director of the Math and Science Teacher Initiative Program, funded by the CSU Chancellor’s Office.

2001-present Co-Director of Teacher Recruitment and Retention Program, funded by the Teacher Recruitment Grant from the CSU Chancellor’s Office.

1999-present Director of Commission on Teacher Credentialing Alternative Teacher Preparation University Facilitative Intern Grant. Selected by CCTC to serve as lead facilitator for 10 intern programs working with 320 school districts in Central Valley.

1997-present Director, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Alternative Teacher Preparation University Intern Grant, CSU Stanislaus/Stanislaus County/San Joaquin County Consortium.

1997-present Director, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Alternative Teacher Preparation University Intern Grant, CSU Stanislaus/Merced County Consortium.

1996-present Chair, Department of Teacher Education, California State University, Stanislaus. Responsible for department administration, curriculum development, and budget oversight (re-elected to second term as chair and re-appointed by Dean)

1994-95 Associate Director, Greater Valley Writing Project, California State University, Stanislaus. Responsible for assisting the project director in planning and implementing the National Writing Project serving school districts in service area.

1994-96 President, California Faculty Association, California State University, Stanislaus. As the elected president of the campus chapter of the professors' union, responsible for carrying out the mission of the CFA on our campus and coordination/consultation regarding campus collective bargaining issues and concerns.

1993-95 Chair, CLAD/BCLAD Development Team, California State University, Stanislaus, in California. Responsible for developing the new CLAD/BCLAD (Bilingual, Crossculture, Language and Academic Development) credentials on our campus. Replaced the old Bilingual and Language Development Specialist credentials. I coordinated their implementation the following year

1989-90 Coordinator, Multiple Subjects Credential Program, California State University, Stanislaus, in California. Responsible for coordinating the credential program, staffing, program and curriculum development, and chairing faculty program committee

1984-86 Director, Intensive Learning Experience Program. Funded from the CSU Chancellor's Office at $149,000. Innovative instructional program in math and writing for college students who scored at the lower quartile on the ELM (Entry Level Math Exam) and EPT (English Placement Test), entry level examinations in math and writing.

1982-83 Director, Second Language and Assessment Program, CSU, Fresno, School of Education and Human Development. Project trained Special Education personnel in conducting educational assessments of bilingual Spanish-speaking children.

1981-83 Outreach Coordinator, Title VII Bilingual Teacher Training Project, School of Education and Human Development, California State University, Fresno. Responsible for developing career ladder programs for teacher aides in school districts in the CSU, Fresno service area. Assisted in establishing an external Liberal Studies degree program offering CSU, Fresno upper division residency courses at the College of the Sequoias in Visalia, California. Also provided academic advising for Title VII students

1981-83 Director, Bilingual Teacher Waiver Program, CSU, Fresno, School of Education and Human Development. Waiver Program assisted teachers at three institute centers in completing requirements for the Bilingual Certificate of Competency.

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Committee Participation

1999-2002 Member, University Academic Program Review Committee

1999-present Co-Chair, University-wide Bilingual Language Assessment Committee

1998-present Co-Chair, College of Education/College of Arts, Letters and Science Integrated Liberal Studies/ Education Committee

1997-2001 Member, University Master Academic Planning Committee

1997-98 Chair, School of Education Integrated Liberal Studies/Education Ad Hoc Committee

1994-96 Member, University Educational Policies Committee

1994-96 Chair, Off-Campus Programs Sub-Committee of UEPC

1994-95 Member, University Retention Promotion and Tenure Committee

1993-94 Member, Department of Teacher Education Retention, Promotion and Tenure Committee

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Program Development

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Courses Taught at the College Level

Public School/Community College Teaching Experience

1978-81 Elementary School Teacher, Fresno Unified School District, Fresno, California
1977-78 English Teacher, Liberty Union High School District, Brentwood, California
1975-77 English Teacher, Solano Community College, Suisun City, California
1976 Migrant Preschool Teacher, Campo del Sol Migrant Preschool, Davis, California

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Conference Presentations

2011Presented a Workshop, “Building a Doctoral Culture through the Stanislaus Asociacion de Investigacion Latina,” at the College Boards Preparate Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

2004 Invitation Conference on Standards Based Teacher Education at Taipei Municipal Teachers College, Taipei, Taiwan.

2001 Facilitating Collaboration in Multi-District Partnerships, Presented at the National Conference on Alternative Certification, South Padre Island, Texas.

2001 Invitational Conference on Innovative Partnerships in Higher Education, sponsored by the California State University Academic Senate, San Diego.

2000 Invitational Conference Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education on Action Plans for the Improvement of Teacher Education, Denver, Colorado.

2000 Invitational Conference on K-16 Partnerships & Practices in Higher Education, sponsored by the California State University Office of the Chancellor, Long Beach.

2000 A Collaborative Plan for Alternative Certification of Teachers, Presented at the National Conference on Alternative Certification, Washington, D.C.

1999 Invitational Conference on Promising Practices in Higher Education, sponsored by the California State University Office of the Chancellor, Long Beach.

1998 Invitational Conference by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), Washington, D.C.

1997 Invitational Conference on Integrated Liberal Studies/Education Programs, Sponsored by the California State University Office of the Chancellor, San Diego.

1996 Invitational CSU Workshop on Applications of the World Wide Web in Higher Education, CSULA.

1995 The First Annual CFA Summit Report, Presented at the Chicano/Latino Intersegmental Convocation.

1995 Co-chair of Conference Planning Committee, First Annual CFA-CSU Chicano/Latino Summit "Being There: Asserting the Latino Role in the CSU.”

1994 Invitational Conference on the Education of Women and Girls, Marymount College, Tarrytown, New York.

1993 Minority Theme Journals and the Minority Scholar, accepted for presentation at The National Association of Multicultural Education, Annual Conference - Los Angeles.

1992 The Role of Chicano Scholarship in Improving Educational Success for Chicanos, presented at Association of Mexican American Educators Annual Conference.

1991 Instructional Strategies for Improving Educational Success for Language Minority Students, presented at Faculty Instructional Institute, CSU Stanislaus.

1991 Publication and Diversity in Higher Education, presented at California Faculty Association Conference, Strategies for Diversity: Entering the 21st Century - Los Angeles.

1991 Integrating Second Language Acquisition Methodology into the Multiple Subject Credential Program, accepted for The National Conference of the Association of Teacher Education, New Orleans, Louisiana.

1990 An Infusion Model for the Education of Language Minority Students, accepted for the National Conference of The Minority Student Today, at San Antonio, Texas.

1990 Integrating Multicultural Poetry in the Social Studies Classroom, presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council for the Social Studies, Los Angeles.

1989 A Study of Teachers on Emergency Credential, State of California Association of Teacher Education.

1987 English as a Language: Strategies for Success in the Mainstream Classroom, Southland Council of Teachers of English.

1987 Cultural Considerations in Developing the Composition Skills of Mexican American Students, Claremont Reading and Writing conference, Claremont College.

1986 Language Development in the Bilingual Classroom, Workshop for New Teacher Helpline, CSU, Northridge.

1986 Success in the Bilingual/ESL Classroom, Workshop for New Teacher Helpline, CSU, Northridge.

1985 Chicanos and the Computer Age, Western College Reading and Learning Association Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado.

1984 A Comparison of Perceptions of Librarians and Chicano Adolescents regarding Chicano Literature, International Reading Association Regional Council, Fresno, California.

1983 Do We Think Differently? A Study in the Perceptions of Chicano Adolescents and Librarians, Association of Mexican American Educators Annual Conference, Fresno, California.

1983 A Study in the Evaluation of Chicano Adolescent Literature, California Reading Association Annual Conference, Sacramento.

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Consulting

2010 Guest Lecturer on Teacher Performance Assessment in an Online Format at National Chunghua Uuniversity in Taichun, Taiwan.

2010 Consulting with Juarez and Associations under a grant from the US Agency for International Development, for the Ministry of Education in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

2009 Consulting with Juarez and Associations under a grant from the US Agency for International Development, for the Ministry of Education in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

1999 Consultant with California School for Professional Psychology, assisted University in developing Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential Programs in CLAD/BCLAD.

1998 Consultant in Spanish Language Assessment, Bilingual Paraprofessional Career Ladder Grant, Merced City Schools District.

1996 Consultant in Spanish Language Assessment, Bilingual Paraprofessional Career Ladder Grant, Merced City Schools District.

1991 Sheltered English Teaching Strategies, an afternoon staff development workshop for faculty of Osborne School.

1991 Language Development/Bilingual Methodology, a six day, 30 hour staff development program for teaching faculty of Atwater School District.

1990 Language Development Specialist/Bilingual Methodology, a five day, 30 hour staff development program for teaching faculty of school districts in Stanislaus County Schools.

1989 Sheltered English Teaching Strategies, for Patterson School District, a four day, 28 hour staff development program for faculty of Patterson School District.

1989 The Methodology of the Education of Language Minority Students, for Stanislaus County Schools, a five day, 30 hour staff development program for faculty of school districts in Stanislaus County.

1989 The Methodology of the Education of Language Minority Students, for Stanislaus County Schools, a five day, 30 hour staff development program for faculty of school districts in Stanislaus County.

1989 The Methodology of the Education of Language Minority Students, for Patterson School District, a four day, 28 hour staff development program for faculty of Patterson School District.

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Participation in External Accreditation

2011 Chair, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Accreditation Team revisit to National Hispanic University, San Jose

2010 Chair, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Accreditation Team visit to National Hispanic University, San Jose.

2009 Chair, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Accreditation Team visit to San Diego School District Intern Credential Program, San Diego.

2008 Chair, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Accreditation Team visit to Inter American College, San Diego.

2004 Member, Joint Commission on Teacher Credentialing /National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education Accreditation Team visit to CSU Los Angeles.

2003 Member, Joint Commission on Teacher Credentialing /National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education Accreditation Team visit to CSU San Diego.

2002 Member, Commission for Teacher Credentialing Accreditation Team visit to National University.

2001 Member, Joint CCTC/NCATE Accreditation Team visit to Azusa Pacific University.

2000 Team Leader, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Accreditation Team, Multiple Subject Credentialing Alternative Program, Los Angeles Unified School District.

1999 Team Leader, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Accreditation Team, Multiple Subject Credentialing Alternative Program Ontario/Montclair School District.

1998 Member, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Accreditation Team, Bilingual Education Credentialing Alternative Program, Long Beach City School District.

1998 Member, Commission on Teacher Credentialing Accreditation Team, Bilingual Education Credentialing Alternative Program, San Diego City School District.

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Membership in Professional Associations & Offices Held

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Awards & Recognition

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Grants & Proposals

2011 National Professional Development Program Proposal, submitted to the US Department of Education Office of English Language Acquisition, $2,500.000.00.

2009 Stanislaus Asociacion de Investigacion Latina Proposal, submitted to the US Department of Education, Fund for Improvement of Post Secondary Education - $229,000 – funded.

2009 Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at California State University, Stanislaus: Teachers from the Valley, for the Valley – Submitted to the National Science Foundation, Division of Undergraduate Education. – $859,000 - funded.

2009 Career Assistance Migrant Program Proposal – submitted to US Department of Education – $500,000.00 - under review.

2008 College of Education Mini-grant Proposal to Support Development of Online Instructional Program – submitted to College of Education – funded.

2008 Proposal for Research Support for Development of new Bilingual Credential Program– submitted to College of Education – funded.

2007 Global Education in the Colleges Proposal– submitted to the CSU Stanislaus Office of Global Affairs – funded.

2005 Mathematics and Science Recruitment Initiative Proposal – Submitted to the CSU Office of the Chancellor - funded for $70,000.

2005 Global Leadership Department Proposal– submitted to the CSU Stanislaus Office of Global Affairs – Not funded.

2004 Information Competence Project and The Preparation of Teachers for a Diverse Society Information Competence Grant – submitted to the CSU Chancellor’s Office – funded for $5,000.00

2001 Commission on Teacher Credentialing Alternative Teacher Preparation University Intern Grant, CSU Stanislaus/Stanislaus County/Merced County Consortium – submitted for refunding on behalf of 13 school districts in southern service area, April, 1999 – funded at $222,500 per year for two years.

2001 Commission on Teacher Credentialing Alternative Teacher Preparation University Intern Grant, CSU Stanislaus/San Joaquin County Consortium – submitted for refunding on behalf of 25 school districts in northern service area, - funded at $152,500 per year for two years.

1999-present Director of Commission on Teacher Credentialing Alternative Teacher Preparation Facilitative Intern Grant. Selected by CCTC to serve as lead facilitator for 8 intern programs working with 320 school districts, funded for $40,000 for 1999-2001, $200,000 for 2000-2001, $100,000 for 2001-2002, $75,000 for 2002-2003

1999 Youth Opportunity Grant for City of Merced, A collaborative Grant co-authored with Merced College, UC Merced, CSU Stanislaus, and various Community Agencies, submitted to U.S. Department on Labor. Requested $1,000,000 – not funded.

1999 Commission on Teacher Credentialing Alternative Teacher Preparation University Intern Grant, CSU Stanislaus/Stanislaus County/Merced County Consortium – submitted for refunding on behalf of 13 school districts in southern service area, April, 1999 – funded for $183,000 over two years.

1999 Commission on Teacher Credentialing Alternative Teacher Preparation University Intern Grant, CSU Stanislaus/San Joaquin County Consortium – submitted for refunding on behalf of 25 school districts in northern service area, - funded for $90,000 over two years.

1997 Educational Technology Applications in Education Grant - Provost, CSU Stanislaus - funded - grant co-authored with Sharon Brockman.

1994 Bilingual Paraprofessional Career Ladder Grant - Commission for Teacher Credentialing - funded - grant co-authored with Stockton Unified School District – funded for $183,000 per year, continuing.

1994 Bilingual Paraprofessional Career Ladder Grant - submitted to Commission for Teacher Credentialing - funded - grant co-authored with a consortium Merced City School District and seven other school districts -funded for $165,000 per year, continuing.

1992 "A Proposal for The Evaluation of The Central Valley Writing Project," – co-authored with Professor Anne Krabach - Submitted to the University Research and Creative Activities Grant, CSU Stanislaus, funded.

1991 "A Proposal to Develop a Manual on Teaching Reading to Language Minority Students," – co-authored with Dr. Janet Towel - Academic Vice-President's Faculty Development Grant, CSU, Stanislaus - Approved for release time.

1990 "A Study in Developing Writing Skills of Language Minority Students across Language Using Process Writing," University Research and Creative Activities Grant, CSU Stanislaus – funded, $2,000.

1990 Building the Subscription Base of the Journal of the Association of Mexican Educators, Academic Vice-President's Faculty Development Grant, CSU, Stanislaus - Approved for release time.

1989 "Enhancing the Journal of the Association of Mexican Educators," Academic Vice-President's Faculty Development Grant, CSU, Stanislaus - Approved for release time.

1988 Interpretation of Data: A Study of Teachers on Emergency Credential, School of Education Research Competition, CSU, Northridge, - funded for $857.00.

1986 A Study of Teachers on Emergency Credential in Los Angeles Unified School District, Academic Vice-President's Faculty Development Grant, CSU, Northridge - Approved for release time.

1985 Evaluation of the English Placement Test - Submitted to the California State University Chancellor's Office - funded - $5,000.
1984 Intensive Learning Experience - California State University Chancellor's Office - funded - $149,000.

1983 Second Language and Assessment Project – co-authored - California State Department of Education, Division of Special Education - funded - $25,000 for one year.

1982 Bilingual Teacher Waiver Program - California State Department of Education, Office of Staff Development - funded - $51,500 each year for two years.

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Publications

Editorial Boards, Board of Readers

1991 to 1996 Field Reader, Teacher Education Quarterly,.

2007 to present Co-Editor of the Association of Mexican American Educators Journal

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Technical Reports

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National Panels

1993 Served as field reader for Department of Education, Office of Program Evaluation and Research, Washington, D.C.

1992 Served as field reader for Department of Education, Office of Program Evaluation and Research, Washington, D.C.

1987 Served on the panel of experts that evaluated proposals for the National Science Foundation, Division of Teacher Preparation and Enhancement, in Washington, D.C.

Master's Thesis

"Chicano Literature: From Origins to Current Notables"

Doctoral Dissertation

"A Study in the Evaluation of Chicano Adolescent Literature"

Personal Information

I am 59 years old and have been married to Katherine Anne Flores (Kata) for 36 years. Our children are Guadalupe Isabel Flores (age 29) and Juan Ramon Flores (age 23). Lupita is an accomplished Mexican folkdance performer and teaches first grade. Juan Ramon plays the trumpet professionally and is preparing to enter the health professions. Kata is a dedicated family practice physician deeply committed to providing medical services to underserved communities. We have a tabby cat named Princess Lea, a siamese cat named Squeaker, a terrier mix named Charles, and a lab mix named Nicholas.

 

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