Faculty & Staff at TUC

Pamela Redmond

Dr. Pamela Redmond

College: CEHS

Department: Graduate School of Education

Title: Professor

Phone: (707) 638-5452

Fax: (707) 638-5954

E-Mail: pamela.redmond@tu.edu

Office: Wilderman Hall, Rm. 210

Website: http://tu.edu/gsoe

Pamela's Research Interests Include: Leadership and Change to support innovation in learning and teaching; innovation in the context of open and collaborative approaches to education; re-imagining school and learning to close achievement gaps, promoting social justice and equity; early literacy and the role of iPads; games and simulations for improving teacher and student performance; teacher performance assessment in the context of 21st century learning and TPACK.

EdD University of San Francisco   Organization and Leadership

MA   San Francisco State University   Special Education with emphasis in Educational Technology

BA   Human Development

Introduction to Research

Reading and Writing Educational Research

Seminar for MA Project/Thesis

Digital Storytelling

Professional Development Design

Dynamics of the Equitable Classroom

Sensemaking and Research Design

Master's Capstone Seminar

Current research projects:

Digital Early Literacy - The effect of the access to iPads and literacy applications on the receptive and expressive language development of pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students

The role of games and simulations in pre-service teacher development and student learning

Teacher readiness to use teachnology in California, the U.S, and developing countries.

Intramural Funded

2012                Principal Investigator. Teacher Candidate Development through Gaming. Touro University California Intramural grant to fund presentation of the simSchool Modules Project findings. $2,000.

Extramural Funded

2013-2014          Principal Investigator.  Intel Teach State Affiliate Program.  Selected as one of 10 universities to participate nationally. The goal is to create online learning modules and digital learning tools to be used in the GSOE credential and Master’s programs at Touro University California using seven “Elements” courses designed by Intel.  Intel will provide travel scholarships, mini-research grants, and royalty-free licenses to their Elements courses aligned with the Common Core State Standards and inTASC Standards.


2010 – 2012        Coordinator. NapaLearns Scholars Program. This program provides direct grants to Graduate School of Education candidates to earn their master’s degree in the educational technology or innovative learning programs.  To date, NapaLearns has allocated $135,000 in grant funds to directly pay tuition to the university

2011 - 2013               Principal Investigator. simSchool Modules Project. Next Generation Learning Challenge funded project in collaboration with the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). This international collaboration of colleges and universities are creating instructional modules and using deep analytics to help pre-service teachers better contextualize and target their own learning and improve their overall self-efficacy professionals. The simSchool module project was selected from a field of more than 600 pre-proposals and 50 finalists. Provides free access to the simSchool simulator for all Touro credential candidates.  Licenses valued at: $35,000.2010 – 2012        Coordinator. NapaLearns Scholars Program. This program provides direct grants to Graduate School of Education candidates to earn their master’s degree in the educational technology or innovative learning programs.  To date, NapaLearns has allocated $135,000 in grant funds to directly pay tuition to the university

2004 – 2006                 Principal Investigator and Author. University Internship in the Multiple-Subject and Single-Subject Credential Programs.. Program Improvement grant.  Awarded $36,855 accumulated from San Francisco Unified School District.

2004 – 2006                 Principal Investigator and Author. University Internship in the Multiple-Subject and Single-Subject Credential Programs. Program Improvement grant. Awarded $18,524 accumulated from Oakland Unified School District.

2001 – 2005                 Principal Investigator/Project Director. The Teaching and Learning Interchange Project. A U.S. Department of Education Office of Teacher Quality Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology implementation grant. The primary goal of this grant is to utilize case methods and internet technologies to provide mentoring and professional development for under-prepared teachers in Math and Science. http://www.teachinginterchange.org   Awarded: $1.5 Million

2001 – 2002                 Interim Project Director. Infusing Technology into Teacher Preparation. A U.S. Department of Education Office of Teacher Quality Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology implementation grant. The primary goal was to infuse technology throughout the teacher education curriculum at University of San Francisco. Awarded: $582,000

1999 – 2003                 Dissemination Coordinator, Site-Level Investigator, and Co-Author. Staff Teacher and Restructured Technology Education Consortium: Project StarTEC. A U.S. Department of Education Office of Teacher Quality Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology Catalyst grant to develop models for professional development for institutional-level implementation of the new California technology standards.  Writing team member; Managed project dissemination at state, national, and international conferences and local coordinator of project at Notre Dame de Namur University (1999-2001) and University of San Francisco. http://www.startecproject.org  Awarded: $1.8 Million

2000 – 2004                 Project Evaluator and Co-Author. Project TNT: Teaching with New Technologies. A U.S. Department of Education Office of Teacher Quality Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology Implementation Grant. The primary goal of this grant was to use video technology to support higher education faculty development regarding effective use of technology in the curriculum at California State University, Bakersfield. http://www.projecttnt.com  Awarded: $1.6 Million

1999 – 2000                 Principal Investigator. Building an Online Community for the Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Project. Oracle Community Foundation Grant.  Developed internet-based communication resources to support new teacher mentoring, lesson planning, skill development as well as formative and summative assessment. A number of experimental groups were chosen to explore the means and methodology of using technology and video to support teacher mentors and apprentices. Project results published in dissertation. Awarded $25,000

1999 – 2000        Project Evaluator and Co-Investigator. Teaching with New Technologies. A U.S. Department of Education Office of Teacher Quality Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers

Recent Publications

Books

Gibson, D., Knezek, G., Redmond, P., & Bradley, E. (Eds.). (2014). Handbook of games and simulations in teacher education. Wilmington, NC: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.  [Interactive digital version available at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/handbook-games-simulations/id829783539?mt=8]

Chapters

Redmond, P., Keen, V. & Wiebe, J. (2002). Mother nature, pattern maker. In M. G. Kelly & L. Thomas (Eds.), National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers: Preparing Teachers to Use Technology (p. 102-106). Eugene, OR: International Society for Technology in Education.

Book Reviews

Redmond, P. (2009). The handbook of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPCK). [Review of the book The handbook of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPCK),  of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPCK), by AACTE Committee on Innovation].  Issues in Teacher Education, 18(2), pp . 117-122.

Journal Editor

Swenson, P. and Redmond, P. (Eds.).(2009). Journal Special issue: Online, hybrid and blended technology for teacher development. Issues in Teacher Education, 18(2), 1-136.

Swenson, P. and Redmond, P. (2009). Editor’s introduction: Online, hybrid, and blended coursework and the practice of technology-integrated teaching and learning within teacher education.  Issues in Teacher Education. 18(2),3-10.

Refereed Scholarship

Redmond, P., Shane, P., West, C., Landel, G., Sullivan, S. (2015).  Interprofessional education:  It’s contagious. In H. Klein (Ed.) Proceedings of the World Association of Case Method Research and Application  Academy of Creative Teaching Conference Cases, Simulations and other Interactive Methods International Conference (pp. TBD). Needham, MA.

Herring, M., Thomas, T., Redmond, P.,  (2014). Technology leadership for preparing tomorrow’s teachers to use technology [Special Editorial]. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 30(3), 76-80.

Thomas, T., Herring, M., Redmond, P., & Smaldino, S. (2013). Leading change and innovation in teacher preparation: A blueprint for developing TPACK ready teacher candidates. TechTrends, 57(5), 55-63. 

Gibson, D., Anderson, K., Anderson, C., Bush, L., Hall, J., Diehl, H, Redmond, P. (2013). simSchool simulations in teacher education and professional development. In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013 (pp. 3612-3616). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Redmond, P., Herring, M., Thomas, T., Smaldino, S. & Williams, A. (2013). AACTE innovation and technology leadership initiative to develop TPACK ready teacher candidates: A practical solution for transforming teacher preparation programs. In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013 (pp. 3612-3616). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Herring, M., Redmond, P., Thomas, T., Smaldino, S., Williams, A. D. (2013). Leadership needs to develop TPACK ready teacher candidates. In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013 (pp. 3612-3616). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Gibson, D., Anderson, K., Anderson, C., Bush, L, Diehl, H., Hall, J., & Redmond, P. (2013).  simSchool simulations in teacher education and professional development. Paper to appear In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.) Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education Conference 2013 (pp. 2585-2588). New Orleans, LA: American Association for Computing in Education: AACE.

Herring, M., Redmond, P., Thomas, T., Smaldino, S., & Williams, A.D. (2013). Leadership needs for developing TPACK-ready teacher candidates. R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.) Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education Conference 2013. New Orleans, LA: AACE.

 

American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education - member and former co-chair Innovation and Technology committee

International Society for Technology in Education

Computer Using Educators

Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education

World Association of Case Study Resaerch

NapaLearns Non-Profit Board Member

On the Road to a Gigabit Award for Education 2004
Corporation for Education Network Infrastructure in California (CENIC)
The CENIC education award honors innovative uses of Internet 2 in K-12 and higher education for which Teaching and Learning Interchange Project was awarded honorable mention in the Education category. Judges were comprised of leaders in industry, government and academia, 2004.

Shaper of the Future 2004
Converge Magazine:  Selected for vision and actions that have had impact on education and technology.

National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers Appointment 2000-2001
Appointed by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing and California Department of Education to represent the state.  These standards have since been adopted by NCATE as a Specialized Program Area (SPA) for national recognition. Coordinated by the International Society for Technology in Education.  Washington D.C., 2000 – 2001.

Governance Board Award 1999
College of Notre Dame, for exemplary contribution  to the College of Notre Dame Strategic Plan resulting in extended WASC accreditation and compliance with an Irvine Foundation Grant.

Smithsonian Technology Innovation Laureate Award 1999
Team member of “Touch the Future: Teach a Child” Apple Education Grant project between College of Notre Dame and Roosevelt Elementary School and the Burlingame School District.  Nominated by Steve Jobs and Apple Computer.  The project summary is now a part of the permanent ComputerWorld Smithsonian collection.

State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing:  Certificate of Appreciation 2004, 1998
For extraordinary contribution to the education profession, the school children of California and the advancement of standards for educators as a member of the Computer Education Advisory Panel in 1998 and the Secondary Subject Matter Curriculum Panel in 2004.

Other higher education institutions:

  • University of San Francsisco (Teacher Education faculty & Developer and Director of Digital Media and Learning MA program)
  • San Francisco State University (Administrative Credential Program)
  • Notre Dame de Namur University (Teacher Education, Masters in Ed Tech, Leadership and Special Education)
Last Updated: 5/5/17