Journal of Texas School Women Executives, Volume I, Issue 1 2012
Dr. Debi Crawford has 30 years of experience in education, including teaching experience at the elementary and secondary levels. She was a 1994 state finalist for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Secondary Science Teaching. She helped to establish, and currently remains the administrator of SUPERNet Virtual School. She has served as Assistant Superintendent of Hawkins ISD for the past eight years.
Dr. Como Molina, currently a program associate at SEDL, has extensive knowledge of secondary mathematics. He taught high school math courses for 14 years and spent the past 13 years at SEDL designing and providing professional development to math teachers. He has done extensive research on the content knowledge of elementary and middle school math teachers. His book, The Trouble with Math is English, will be released by Jossey-Bass in early 2012.
Mr. Bob Anderson has a diverse background of experiences in medical research, higher education, K- 12 education, and consulting. He has been a researcher, teacher, district science director, and assisted in establishing and opening eight community college science, math, and vocational departments in Texas. In K-12 education he was a pioneer in the use of standards based instruction, curriculum alignment, strand mapping, benchmarking, brain based instruction, and hands on science.
Dr. Vicki Dimock, SEDL's Chief Program Officer, has more than 30 years of experience working with educators to improve educational experiences and outcomes for children and youth. Prior to her current position, she lead programs at SEDL aimed at improving school performance, assisting educational entities in improving mathematics and science education, and in implementing technology to support improved teaching and learning outcomes for students. In 2007, she co-authored the book Technology as a Catalyst for School Communities: Beyond Boxes and Bandwidth.
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