Master of Education Classes: (3:TT'04,'05,'06,'07,'08,'09,'10,'11,'12,'13), Doctor of Education Classes: (3:TT'04,'05,'06,'07,'08,'09,'10,'11,'12',13), Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) - Education: (T:'08,'09,'10,'11,'12,'13).
CHAIR AND READER for Doctoral Committees--Ph.D. and EdD: 2006 to Present: As Chair--8 Grads-Ph.D., 17 Grads-Ed.D.; AS Reader--11 people with 2 Ph.D. Grad and 9 Ed.D Grads: Total "N"=50+. Plus 71 MASTERS DEGREES awarded--Aaron as Mentor in Capstone-Thesis Class:"
SCHOOL WIDE REVISION OF TEACHING CATEGORIES--APPROVED by Director of Instructional Research (4-18-2008 TO PRESENT): 1. Teaching Content Courses, 2. Teaching Research and/or Statistics Courses: namely, RSH1000E-4000E Revised for Ph.D. and Ed.D. learners; DIS9007, 9017, 9027; DIS9301E, 9302E, 9303E, 9304E, 9305E--Ph.D.; and ED9005, 9019, 9029--Ed.D. and 3. Chairing Dissertations ("N"=25+, plus reader on dissertation committees ("N"=15+)--Total "N"=50+.
Classes Taken for Professional Development:
LS5000OL--Distance Mentoring at NCU, 2004 (2005). FMD5011OL Online Learner/Online Mentor (3/15/2006). FMD5025EOL Comprehensive Doctoral Review Training (2/1/2007). FMD5020OL Creating a Syllabus (5/1/2006). FMD5026OL Dissertation Management (7/15/2006). FMD5012OL Building an ONLINE Learning Community (10/15/2008). FMD5114OL Library Research (11-30-2009).
EXTERNAL Seminars, Webinars, & Classes Completed for Professional Development:
--Small Town Success Summit: Courageous Leadership, Strategic Planning--Appreciative Inquiry: A full day workshop, Lake Region State College, ND, 10-021-2008. --Presenter, as group chair, for a Workshop ACTIVITY: Small Town Success Summit: Courageous Leadership, Strategic Planning--Appreciative Inquiiry: A full day workshop, Lake Region State College, ND, 10-21-2008. [A working application for Institutional Development based on an Appreciative Inquiry group planning session was ourtlined for the larger workshop group.] --Small Town Success Summit: CHANGE IS IN THE WIND--Navigating Economic, Social, and Technological Changes in 2010: A full day workshop, Lake Region State College, ND, 10-20-2009. --Train North Dakota--Northeast: TOTAL COMMUNICATIONS. LRSC, ND, 10-21-2009. --"Social Media--What It Means for Your Business and Community: Instruction and use of online social media--Linkded, Facebook, Twitter, and more Leader: S. McMerty, ND Dept of Commerce. LRSC, 10/20/2009 --The Futures Game--Effects of Long Term Decision Making. L. Flage, NDSU, Center for Community Vitality. LRSC, 10-20-2009. --WEBINAR: SMARTTHINKING OVERVIEW--Online, 7-8 PM, CDT, 11-17-2009 --Completed the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) CERTIFICATION Training: Certificate awarded 12-7-2009 --'SIX SECRETS OF CHANGE." Presenter: Dr. Michael Fullan, a leading evaluator of change projects around the world and a KDP Laureate, as he discloses Six Secrets of Change. February 20, 2008 e-Chapter podcast with powerpoint--accessed 1/10/2009. Provided insights to take into leadership arenas. --Where's the Money? The Classroom Teacher's Guide to Obtaining Funding for Materials, Field Trips, and Special Programming : Kappa Delta Pi Events--Online E-Confrencce. February 5, 2009, 8:30-9:30 p.m. EDT. --How a Principal Can Change a School Culture: Kappa Delta Pi Events--Online E-Confrencce. February 25, 2009, 7:30-8:30 p.m. EDT. --Online Certification Class (Jan-Mar, 2009--7 weeks)--Supporting Online Learners: Covered best practices in online learning, student-centered approaches to teaching online, and instructional applications of web-based tools for online collaboration . Provided certification for teaching ONLINE. --"End of Course Evaluations”--Virtual online, real time orientation to the use of managing end-of-class surveys. One hour, live demonstration in monitoring, retreiving, and evaluating student surveys of faculty, in-class performance. Completed 4-17-2009. --Enterpreneurship Workshops--Sponsored by SBA (Small Business Administration)--Turtle Mt. Band of Chippewa Indians: RENEWAL COMMUNITY Services, Belcourt ND. Twelve 5-hour workshops, Wednesdays, 5-9 pm, at Anishinabi Wellness Center, 1/27/2010 through 4/14/2010: 48 contact hours. Highlights: Business Planning, Financial Planning, Accessing Credit, Improving a Busines Plan, Gathering Resoueces, Reseach Methodologies. Each four hour workshop includes worksheets and group sharing in real time: My focus--Best practices in online education.---FMD5019--Internet Search Skills: November 1 to December 13, 2010, online class. Taken to complete NCU in-house professional development requirement of all mentors as outlined in the "Online Teaching Certificate" on the NCU school site. --Virtual Learning, Virtual Possibilities (Webinar) Pearson Virtual Learning powered by Florida Virtual School Wednesday, December 8, 2010 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PST. A webinar designed to learn more about the benefits of virtual learning and about cost effective program options, ease of implementation, and additional information about virtual learning. --Sustaining American Cultural Values--The Culture is Everything. A three year conversation (2008-2011) via phone, emails, and USPS documents with North Dakota Senators in D.C., Kent Conrad and Byron Dorgan, covering key values and applications for successful activites of daily living (ADL) for American citizens, including educational practices at a local-global level, Five Steps--LGKM. --Critical Thinking and the Fine Arts--A Process Model (Jan-Mar, 2011). A synthesis of fine art production principles and practices as applied to the successful completion of personal and prfoessional development skills, life long learning planning, and research project development. --Values and Education Success (April-May, 2011--DDF): A meta-model for developing education research projects. --Military Management Practices-Principles and Higher Education Leadership. A one hour consult on 5-7-2011 with a retired colonel (with 21 years service to the Amderican people) concerning the definition and application of the ledaership style and practices of John Pershing to American-global higher education in 2011; based on a review and discussion of the work, "My Expderiences in the World War"--Vol. One, 1931--by John Pershing, (NY: Frederick A. Stokes Co). --ONLINE WORKSHOP--Calculating Power & Sample Size: Thursday, September 1, 2011 from The Analysis Factor. Three hours of training on videos with Q and A live session--one hour. Training resources inclucded pdf handouts, exercises to practice, searchable pdf enhanced transcripts of the videos, plus recommended resources. Resouces become the property of the participant with online accesss for one year. --ANALYSIS FACTOR 60 Minute Audio Presentation: The 11 Steps tp Performing Any Statistical Model. 9-1-2011 --ANALYSIS FACTOR 60 Minute Video Presentation: The First Three Steps To Statistical Modeling: How to Clarify the Research Question, the Design, and the Variables. 9--1-2011. --2011 Training Series--Social Media and Online Marketing: Held at Lake Region State College, Devils Lake, ND on 10/11/2011 from 1 to 4 PM in the school computer lab. This ia a hands on class in the computer lab. --NTL Institute: Effective Tools for Initiating and Sustaining Change in Organizations. Interactive webinar on Wednesday, November 9th at 12-1pm EST. NTL Institute Faculty: Glenda Eoyang and Kristine Quade. attendees will learn two new approaches to initiate and ensure sustainable change within organizations when undertaking complex projects. Participants will learn how to: Identify the type of patterns that promote or disrupt change efforts and emerge during the implementation of a strategy. Use proven strategies to reduce resistance to change. Apply a robust and practical approach for creating conditions for sustainable change, especially during the initiation and buy-in phases of a project. --EXTENSION TO: "NTL Institute: Effective Tools for Initiating and Sustaining Change in Organizations. Interactive webinar on Wednesday, November 9th at 12-1pm EST. NTL Institute Faculty: Glenda Eoyang" <--DR. EOYANG'S "CDE" MODEL HAS A WEB SITE SHOWING PRESENT APPLICATIONS--SEE: http://www.hsdinstitute.org/about-hsd/dr-glenda.html. HER DISSERTATION--THE --------FOUNDATION OF THE 'CDE" MODEL PRESENTED AT THE ABOVE WEBINAR--IS AVAILABLE AT: http://www.scribd.com/doc/912500/Conditions-for-SelfOrganizing-in-Human-Systems. [ALG, 11-12-2011] --HSD ONLINE WEBINAR: "DON'T JUST SURVIVE--THRIVE: THE POWER OF HSD (PART ONE OF TWO PARTS). 1 HOUR, 4-5 PM CDT, 11-13-2011 AT http://breeze.uliveandlearn.com/p93429973/. EMPHASIS ON USING "SURPRISES" TO FOSTER INTERVENTIONS THROUGH AN ADAPTIVE CHANGE MODEL. --HSD ONLINE WEBINAR: "DON'T JUST SURVIVE--THRIVE: THE POWER OF HSD (PART TWO OF TWO PARTS). 1 HOUR, 10-11 PM CDT, 11-13-2011 AT http://breeze.uliveandlearn.com/p36509014/. EMPHASIS ON LEARNING TO: •Recognize turbulent change for what it is—emergent opportunity •Learn about adaptive action and assess your own capacity for it •Identify actions you can take to thrive, to respond to even your most difficult issues •Explore resources to support your continuing learning and development --FMD5018: Authentic Learning Activities for the Online Course--An NCU Class from 10/15/2011 to 11-26-2011. [Final Score posted on 11-20-2010 for A. Givan for FMD5018 by Mentor, Dr. Dora Finamore. 100/100=100% 6 Completed ALG, 11-20-2011 NCU Online Teaching Certificate: Issued upon completion of FMD Classes. The following have been completed: 1. FMD5011-- 03/15/2006 to 04/26/2006--"S" 2. -----------FMD5012--10/15/2008 to11/26/2008--"S" 3. FMD5018--10/15/2011 to 11/26/2011--"S" 4. -----FMD5019--11/01/2010 to 12/13/2010--"S" 5. FMD5020--05/01/2006 to 06/12/2006--"S" 6. --FMD5025E-- 02/01/2007 to 03/15/2007--"S" 7. FMD5026--07/15/2006 to 08/26/2006--"S" 8. --FMD5114--11/01/2009 to 12/13/2009--"S" Certificate award requested and pending as of 11-28-2011. ALG, 11-28-2011 [NCU ONLINE TEACHING CERTIFICATE: AWARDED FOR 11-22-2011 ON 12-15-2011. ALG, 12-18-2011.] --Online stats class--extensive review VIDEOS of basic stats: At "Educator.com" --One year subscription for continuing reviews. ALG, 1-1-2012 --Online VIDEOS plus four e-books for Graduate level stats review. From "excelmasterserices.com:" Full program purchased--includes excell spread sheets with extensive examples most used stats in academic and business settings. ALG, 1-1-2012 --"Five Extensions of the General Linear Model." e-Newsletter--five page article from online stats consultant. 3-22-2012 --"Providing Feedback to Students in Microsoft Word:" e-Seminar. 3-22-2012 --NVivo e-Seminar--Understanding Youth Involvment in the UK Riots--August, 1022: 10:00 AM-11:00 AM CDT, 3-29-2012. Held using GOTOMEETING.com. A summary of an extensive, QUALITATIVE study on this topic. Presented by NatCen's Project Director, GARETH MORRELL. Results included unique soical behaviors not seen before by youth: four groups--watchers, rioters, looters, and stay aways. --Webinar: Understanding Probability, Odds, and Odds Ratios in Logistic Regression: 4-4-2012, Noon-1:00 PM, CDT. Presented by Karen Grace-Martin on a Go-To-Meeting platform. Presentation covered an example to show how to interpret the odds ratios in binary logistic regression. --Webinar--A KAPPA DELTA PI Presentation: "Effective Advocacy: Five Steps for Sharing Your Expertise with Decision Makers." 4-16-2012--one hour, 7:00-8:00 PM, CDT on a gotomeeting platform. Presentation covered advocacy skills and applications for educational issues at the school, local, state, and national levels.---- --Givan, A. (5 /2012). Analysis Resource: "Vocational Preferences--Critical Thinking Development Tool." A nine page question-response module to aid the identification of personal gifts and their applications in research settings. Rolla, ND: A. Givan, Ph.D. --Givan, A. (2012). "Twelve-Part Personal Style--Research Methods Alignment Protocol." Rolla, ND: A. Givan, Ph.D., 30pp. --International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA), 19 Mantur a Rd., Mt. Royal, NJ, 08061. Regular membership. Professional interests: Communities, Culture and Well Being, Leadership. --IPPA Edicational Presentation: "How to Work with Righteous Minds (Including Your Own)" by Dr. Jonathan Haidt. (2012). 1 hour online video--6-2012. --Workshop online from The Analysis Institute: "Assumptions of Linear Models and How to Test Them," online on 7/17, 24, 31/ 2012. Registration (5.00) complete--6-28-2012. --Lake Region State College--Training (Fact-to-Face): The Team Foundation--The Six Phases of Team Lifecycles." Wed., August 22--8:00 AM to 12 Noon. Held in Devils Lake, North Dakota. Registration (.00) complete--6-29-2012. ALG, 6-29-2012 --FMD CLASS: FMD5017--COMMUNITCATION TOOLS. NCU ONLINE, SEPTEMBER, 2012. Confirmation of Registration to be competed on 8-27-2012 for 9-2012 class received on 7-2-2012 from NCU admininstration. ALG, 7-2-2012 IPPA Webinar: "Adversity, Resilience, and Positive Emotions," by Dr. Carmelo Vazquez. 1 hour webinar, 2-23-2012. Reviewed online, 6-28-2012. --Webinar: How to Plan, Give and Evaluate Training Wednesday, September 26, 2012 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Mountain Time www.trainingforthetrainer.com PO Box 12084 3004 GB Rotterdam THE NETHERLANDS - EU --WEBINAR: Support and Guide Student Teachers Using KDP Connect; Wednesday, Oct 3, 2012 8:00 PM - 9:15 PM EDT. TOPICS PRESENTED: (1) to use training by topic to guide student teachers in their growth, (2) to use online anytime resources and tools to support student teachers, and (3) to point student teachers to tips on various areas of difficulty. --WEBINAR--From THE LEARNING GUILD: BEST E-LEARNING PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES--NINE EXAMPLES: BEST (1)ACADEMIC COURSE, (2) BLENDED LEARNING COURE, (3) BUSINESS PROCESSES COURSE, (4) MOBILE COURSE, (5) SOFT SKILLS COURSE, (6) COURSE USING SOCIAL MEDIA, (7) EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION COURSE, (8) SOFTWARE SYSTEMS COURSE, AND (9) GAME-BASED COURSE. TIME AND DATE--WEBINAR ID: 566-538-562: NOON-1:30 PM CST, 11-28-12--ONLINE. --WEBINAR--KAPPA DELTA PI: Common Core: Challenges, Opportunities, and Next Steps Wednesday, December 5 - 8:00-9:15 PM EST This webinar, presented by Dr. Denisha Jones and Tammy McCauley, will cover three aspects of the common core: leadership, implementation, and next steps. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), the possible effects on stakeholders, and the potential further steps. Teachers, students, administrators, and communities will learn how to develop outcomes of common core standards by making local changes that have global implications. --WEBINAR--KAPPA DELTA PI: Assignments for Learning: Connecting Students to Standards Tuesday, December 11 - 8:00-9:15 PM EST Effective instruction depends on quality assignments. Eleanor Dougherty, author of Assignments Matter: Making the Connections That Help Students Meet Standards (ASCD 2012), will highlight a series of steps for crafting quality assignments in which teachers make decisions about content, instruction, and evidence of learning. --WEBINAR: "Align Authoring Tool Templates for Effective Learning Strategies." Presenter: Bushra Ayesha, Ph.D., COO, CommLab India LLP, ON13th December 2012, 09:00 AM EST. --WEBINAR--KAPPA DELTA PI: Align Assessments to Common Core. Tuesday, January 22, 2013 - 8:00-9:15 PM EST In this webinar, you will learn how to design classroom-based, teacher-created formative assessments aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Join Jayme Linton TAUGHT processes, templates, and web tools for creating and delivering formative assessments, FOR EXAMPLE, SOCRATIVE, POLL EVERYWHERE, GOOGLE FORMS, AND WALLWISHER. Also recommended--book: "A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching, and Assessing." Online Podcast: Instructional Design & E-Learning Professionals' Group Joel Gardner, PhD has started a discussion: Using Instructional Theory in Instructional Design 112- EdTech: "There is a body of knowledge called instructional theory that provides clear prescriptions on how to help students learn. However, these theories can often be difficult to apply in our daily work. In this podcast, Joel speaks with John Jeon, Senior Instructional Designer and Project Manager for Continuing Education Outreach and E-Learning at the University of Wisconsin. Joel and John describe what instructional theory is and provide FIVE TIPS for applying its principles to real-world situations and instructional design settings." 30 January 2013 | 16 min 59 sec. ALG, 1-30-13 --Webinar: "8 INSIDER SECRETS TO SUCCESSFUL INNOVATION: How to Innovate Better, Faster and Smarter:" Topics: Formulate-to-Innovate, Communicate-to-Innovate, Questionate-to-Innovate, Collaborate-to-Innovate, Accelerate-to-Innovate, Stimulate-to-Innovate, Decorate-to-Innovate, Activate-to-Innovate. Tuesday, February 5, 2013 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM CST. --KDP Webinar--Preparing Future Teachers to Infuse a Global Perspective into the Curriculum: During this session, Dr. Ani Yazedjian will explain the importance of infusing a global perspective into the curriculum. The session will highlight the complex geographic, political, and economic interconnectedness of today’s world. The session will also examine how the 21st century skills our future graduates need are contingent on developing a global awareness. Dr. Ani Yazedjian is an Associate Professor at Texas State University. As Special Assistant to the Provost for International Student Services, she spearheaded a number of new internationalization initiatives aimed at improving and increasing the support services provided to international students. Wednesday, February 13, 2013 8:00 PM - 9:15 PM EST --WEBINAR--NCU: Euromonitor's Passport Database--Explored plus samples. Wed., 2-27, 2013, 7:00 PM, CST IPPA WEBINAR: Gratitude Works: Expanding the Science and Practice of Gratitude--Robert Emmons, Ph.D.. 2-13-13, 53 MINUTES. --IPPA WEBINAR--THE MYTHS OF HAPPINESS--Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D. February 20th, 4 p.m. Eastern Time--60 MINUTES. Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Riverside. Dr. Lyubomirsky conducts research on the possibility of permanently increasing happiness. She is the author of The How of Happiness and the recently published The Myths of Happiness. --------- --IPPA WEBNINAR--LOVE 2.0: Positive Psychology Leaders Series - Barbara Fredrickson. Monday, March 18, 2013 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT.Dr. Fredrickson is Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Director of the Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology Lab (a.k.a. PEP Lab) at the University of North Carolina. She is a leading scholar studying positive emotions and human flourishing, and her research on positive emotions and lifestyle change is funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health --KDP WEBINAR: "Cultural Inclusiveness in Teaching Strategies" BYDr. Dilshad Deyani, February 19 8:00 − 9:15 PM EST. Instruction is culturally mediated when it incorporates and integrates diverse ways of knowing, understanding, and representing information. Instruction and learning take place in an environment that encourages multicultural viewpoints and allows for inclusion of knowledge that is relevant to the students. Learning happens in culturally appropriate social situations—that is, when relationships among students and those between teachers and students are congruent with students' cultures. --KDP webinar: "Creating a Student-Centered Results Only Learning Environment." BY Mark Barnes. Tuesday, March 26, 2013 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT. This webinar is designed for educators in all grades and subject areas. Mark will share the key elements of what he calls a Results Only Learning Environment (ROLE), a progressive classroom that discards all traditional teaching methods, in favor of a student-centered, technology-rich classroom, where students grow to become independent learners. Mark will share examples of video instruction, class projects and narrative feedback that replace traditional lecture, homework, worksheets and even grades. He will discuss his experience as an “old-school,” rigid teacher who used outdated methods, as well as his transformation to a progressive, “guide-on-the-side” academic coach, who encourages autonomy, collaboration and technology integration --WEBINAR: 21st Century Classroom Technology Virtual Workshop BY CROSSTEC CORPORATON: Tuesday, Apr 9, 2013 4:00 PM - 5:00 AM EDT: SUBJECT=Maximize learning in the classroom by leveraging most modern learing technology. Webinar: The Case for Adopting Virtual Classroom Training: Karen Hyder. Thursday, March 28, 2013, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM (PT) --WEBINAR: When Brains and Beauty Collide. Pearson and Haywood Community College present what happens when improved learning design meets stimulating content. Thursday, April 11, 2013 2:00 pm--3:--pm, astern Daylight Time. --WORKSHOP: "WINNING WITH CUSTOMER SERVICE.A three hour face-toface workshop for facilitating appropriate customer support. Sponsored by Pembina County, ND, Job Development Authority and Presented by Lake Region State College. Presented on Tuesday, 6-4-2013, 9:00AM-Noon, in Walhalla, ND, at the American Legion of Wallhalla. --WEBINAR: Trials and Tribulations of Dissertations and a Methodology and Results Chapter Game Changer Wed, Jul 24, 2013 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT --FMD5024 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: 9-1-13--10-12-13: NCU PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CLASS. ALG, 9-14-13 ----------
Lead Mentor/Mgr: Curriculum and Teaching (2/1/2006 to 9/1/2009) CT Specialization Classes: 5000-5008:
"Working together for excellence in teaching!" ---Aaron Givan, 3/2006
CT LEVEL "5000" CLASSES--2/1/2006ff:
CT5000 OL-Curriculum & instruction Strategies--Paradigms and Practices, CT5001OL-The Teacher as Reflective Practitioner, CT5002OL-Learning Styles and Teaching Styles: Strategies for Success, CT5003OL-Principles of Teaching and Learning, CT5004OL-Foundations of Language and Literacy Education, CT5005OL-Literacy Teaching and Learning, CT5006OL-Multiple Intelligences and Ways of Learning, CT5007OL-The Classroom Managing and Organizing for Student Achievement, CT5008OL-High Stakes Testing: Implications for Teaching and Learning.
CT LEVEL "7000" CLASSES--12/15/2008ff:
CT7000OL--DEVELOPING INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES AND CURRICULUM, CT7001OL--THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER PRACTITIONER, CT7002OL--IDENTIFYING AND MAXIMIZING LEARNING/TEACHING STYLES, CT70030L--TEACHING AND LEARNING FOUNDATIONS, CT7004OL--LANGUAGE AND LITERACY EDUCATION, CT70050L--LITERACY: FOCUS ON CURRICULUM, CT7006OL--MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCIES, CT7007OL--LEADERSHIP FOR STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT, CT7008OL--EVALUATION OF INSTRUCTION.
Lead Mentor/Mgr--12/2007 to 7/2009: ED6001-Action Research for Education, ED6002-Action Research Project Capstone.
Lead Mentor/Mgr--12/2007 to 9/2008: ED9005, 9006-Doctoral Dissertation Concept Paper--Ed.D., ED9019, 9020-Doctoral Dissertation Proposal--Ed.D., Ed9029, 9030-Doctoral Dissertation--Ed.D.
2. Information Science Insitute--Int'l Jrl of Doctoral Studies: Colleague, Reviewer.
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS include:
•• (1) KAPPA DELTA PI--International Honor Society, In Education: Professional Member at Large--2007ff. •• (2) Voting Member--2005ff: American Educational Research Association. Prof. Interests: Adult Education/Development; Learning Process/Strategies; Art-Based Educational Research. •• (3) Member--2004ff: Organizational Development Network, Prof. interests: Management Style Analysis and Training; Professional Development; Organizational Ethics. •• (4) Member (Comprehensive)--2006ff: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). •• (5) Member--2008ff: Assoc.of Am. Educators •• (6) Member (Full Time)--2006ff: American Association of Univ. Professors (AAUP). •• (7) Linguistic Society of America (Regular Member--2009ff). •• (8) American Evaluation Association--2010: Regular Membership •• (9) nternational Society for Technology in Education--2010: Standard Membership •• (10)National Council on Measurement in Education--2010: Active Member •• (11) Assoc. for Research on Nonprofit Organizations & Voluntary Action--2010: Active Member •• For more, similar information, SEE: aarongivan.com
[1550+ Learners mentored through January, 2014.]
Assistant Professor: School of Education Classes Currently Taught--Individual Mentoring Model:
"Poetry Is Central To All Creativity." --Aaron Givan, 1/2/2005
CMP 9200, 9400, 9500--OL COMPRENENSIVE EXAMS (3: T--2012; CTT,2013); CT5000OL Curriculum and Instructional Strategies (3:TT'08; T'09-1X; CTT, 2013); CT5001OL The Teacher as Reflective Practitioner (3:TT'06; T'08-3x; T'09-2X); CT5002OL Learning Styles and Teaching Styles--Strategies for Success (3:TT'05; T'06-4x; T'07--7x--individuals mentored; T'08-8x; T'09-2X); CT5003OL Principles of Teaching and Learning (3:TT'08; T'09-4X); CT5005OL Literacy Teaching and Learning (3:TT'09; T'09-4X; T'10-1X); CT5007OL The Classroom: Managing and Organizing for Student Achievement (3:TT'08); CT5008OL High Stakes Testing: Implications for Teaching and Learning (3:TT'08; T'08-2X; T'09-3X); CT5000-5006OL: Syllabi Revisions--2006; CT5001-5008OL: Syllabi Revisions--2007; CT7000OL--DEVELOPING INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES AND CURRICULUM (3:TT'09; T'10-1X; CTT, 2013); CT7001OL--THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER PRACTITIONER (3:T'09-1X); CT7002OL--IDENTIFYING AND MAXIMIZING LEARNING/TEACHING STYLES (3:T'09-1X; T'10-1X; CTT, 2013); CT7003OL--TEACHING AND LEARNING FOUNDATIONS (3:TT'08; T'10-1X; CTT, 2013); CT7004OL--LANGUAGE AND LITERACY EDUCATION (3:TT'09; T'09-1X; T'10-1X); CT7005OL--LITERACY: FOCUS ON CURRICULUM (3:TT'09; T'09-1X); CT7007OL--LEADERSHIP FOR STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT (3:T'09-1X; T'10-2X); CT7008OL--EVALUATION OF INSTRUCTION (3:T'09-2X).
DISS9301-9312; DISS9321-9312; DISS9401-9408--OL DOCTORAL DISSERTATON RESEARCH CLASSES (3: TT, T, CTT, 2012-2013); EDU7002OL EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH METJHODOLOGY (3: TT, T, CTT, 2012-2013) EDU7702OL RESEARCH DESIGN (3: TT, T, CTT, 2013-2013); EDU7707OL PLANNING DISSERTATION RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3: TT, T, CTT, 2012-2013); EDU80020L EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (3: TT, T, CTT, 2012-2013); EDU8007OL QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH DESIGN (3: TT, T, CTT, 2012-2013); EDU8202OL PLANNING DISSERTATION RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3: TT, T, CTT, 2012-2013); EDU8207OL PLANNING DISSERTATION RESEARCH IN EDUCATION (3: TT, T, CTT, 2012-2013); ED5003OL Philosophy of Education (3:TT'07); ED5026OL Cognition, Emotion and Motivation (3:TT'06; T'07-5x: T'09-1X); ED5030OL Organizational Development (3:TT'05; T'05-2x, '06-5x; T'07-8x; T'08-2x); ED6001OL Action Research for Education (3:TT'08; T'08-18x; T'09-6X; T'10-6X); ED6002OL Action Research Project Capstone (3:TT'08; T'08-3x; T'09-8X; T'10-3X; CTT, 2013);ELT7008OL Online Learning Communities in an Online Course (3:TT'06; T'07-2x); ED7026OL Motivation and Cognition (3:TT'09); ED7030OL Development of Organizational Leadership (3:TT'09; T'09-2X); ESOL6002OL Cultural Diversity (3:TT'07; T'08-2x; T'09-4X; T'10-1X); ESOL7002OL Foundations of Instruction (3:TT'09; T'09-2X; T'10-2X); GTE6000OL Research and Practical Applications in Gifted and Talented Education (3:TT'07: T'08-2x; T'09-2X); GTE6001OL Designing Services, Curriculum, and Programs for Gifted Education (3:TT'07; T'08-3x; T'09-5X); GTE6002OL Evaluation and Improvement of Gifted and Talented Education Programs (3:TT'07; T'08-5x; T'09-1X; T'10-1X); GTE6004OL Uaing Media and Technology with Gifted and Talented (3:TT'08; T'09-1X); GTE6005OL Instructional Methods and Materials for Gifted and Talented (3:TT'08; T'08-1x; T'09-5X); GTE7000OL Exploring the Theories in Gifted and Talented Education (3:TT'08); GTE7002OL Evaluation of Gifted Programs (3:TT'08; T'09-2X); GTE7004OL Technology as a Tool for the Gifted Learner (3:T'09-1X); GTE7005OL Teaching Methods for the Gifted and Talented (3:TT'08); OL5003OL Leading for Change (3:RR'09); OL6010OL Organizational Leadership Research Poject (3:TT'06; T'07-2x; T'09-1X); OL7003OL Leadership for Excellence (3:TT'06; T'06-48x; T'07-34x; T'08-8x; T'09-2X); OL7004OL Theory and Practice of Organizational Leadership (3:TT'06: T'06-25x; T'07--17x; T'08-9x; T'09-1X); OL7005OL Ethical Leadership (3:TT'05: T'05-2x; '06-17x; '07-41x; T'08--11x; T'09-7X); LAC6001OL Leadership Academy Capstone (3:TT'08; T'08-9x; T'09-1X; T'10-2X; CTT, 2013); LHE7010OL Current Trends and Topics in Higher Education (3:TT'05: T'05-5x; '06-18x; '07-3x).
Research/Dissertation CLASSES--Chair(25x)+ Reader (15x)= 40 total "N".
Ed.D./Ph.D. Research and Dissertation:
RSH1000OL Educational Research Design I (3:TT'06), (3:T'06-2x); RSH2000OL Educational Research Design II (3:TT'06), (3:T'06-7x; T'07-8x; T'08-1x); RSH3000OL Educational Research Design III (3:TT'06), (T'07-10x; T'08-8X; T'09-5X; T'10-1X); RSH4000OL Educational Research Design IV (3:TT'06), (3:T'07-11x; T'08-11X; R'09-11X). RSH9101--OL Research Topic, Problem, Purpose, and Questions (3:T'09-1X, CTT, 2013); RSH9102--OL Research Methods and Designs (3:tt'09; t'10-2x; CTT,2013); RSH9103MME-OL Mixed Methods Research (3:TT'08,'09; CTT,2013). RSH9103QLE-OL Qualitative Methods (3:TT'08,'09; CTT, 2013). RSH9104OL--Concept Paper (3:TT'09; T'10-1X; CT,2013).
CORPORATE AVIATION MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (CAMC):
CAMC CE2212OL Goal Setting (T'04-1x, T'05-2x, T'06-2x) CAMC CE2224OL Interdepartmental and Interpersonal Relations (T'05-3x, T'06-3x) CAMC CE2235OL Group Dynamics and Work Team Communications (T'04-1x, T'05-2x, T'06-2x) CAMC CE2242OL Organizational Development (T'05-2x, T'06-2x). CAMC CE2121OL Strategic Vision and Planning (TT'06-07-4x), (T'07-3x), (T'08-2x; T'09-2x); CAMC CE2122OL Leadership and Motivation (TT'06), (T'08-1x;T'09-2x; T'10-1X); CAMC CE2123OL Managerial Communications (TT'06; T'07-2x; T'08-2x; T'09-1x; T'10-2X; CAMC CE2113OL Community Relations (TT'07; T'07-3x), (T'08-1x); CAMC CE2124OL Professional Development (TT'07), (T'08-2; T'09-3x; T'10-1X); CAMC CE2142OL Employee Training Programs (TT'07: T'07-1x; T'08-3x; T'09-3x; T'10-1X); CAMC CE2143OL Staffing and Team Building (TT'07; T'07-1x; T'08-3x); CAMC CE2144OL Performance Reviews and Feedback Systems (TT'08; T'08-1x).
INTERNATIONAL AIR CARGO MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE (IACMC):
IACMC MGM3113OL Community Relations (TT'07); IACMC MGM3121OL Strategic Vision and Planning (TT'07); IACMC MGM3122OL Leadership and Motivation (TT'07); IACMC MGM3123OL Managerial Communications (Air Cargo Management) (TT'07); IACMC MGM3124OL Professional Development (TT'07); IACMC MGM3142OL Employee Training Programs (Air Cargo Management)(TT'07); IACMC MGM3143OL Staffing and Team Building (TT'07).
Park University, School of Online Learning, College of Distance Education [Senior Professor--ONLINE: From 3/22/1999 through 3/13/2007, 8/21/2007; 8-2008ff] [Updated 9/2009--"3:TT-2,9/2009": Source--B. Spornitz, Online Instructor Services Administrator, 2/2009]:
Intro to Teaching Online (V-Campus) (8 wk class: 1999); CA104OL Interpersonal Communication (3:TT'00; 3:TT-2,9/2009); MA120 Basic Math/Stats (3:TT'99: 3:TT-2,9/2009); PS101OL Introduction to Psychology (3:TT'00: 3:TT-2,9/2009); PS206OL Intro To Guid & Counsel (3:TT'91'99:3:TT-2,9/2009); PS221OL Adol Psy: ONLINE (3:TT'91,'99,T'99; 3:TT-2,9/2009); CS300OL Computers & Society: ONLINE (3:T'99-4X,'00-8X,'01-5x,'02-9x, '03-5x, '04-5x; Syllabus Developer--U1T04; '05-1x; 3:TT-2,9/2009); PS301OL Social Psych: ONLINE (3:T'99-2x,'00-4x,'01-5x,'02-3x, '03-5x, '04-2x, '06-2x)[Tri-Modal Validity Study-'06-1x--S1T06](3:TT'06-1x) (3:TT-2,9/2009; PSY302OL Tests & Measures (3:T'99, '05-1x; 3:TT-2,9/2009); PH308DLOL Business Ethics: ONLINE (3:T'00-2x; '01-5x; '02-4x; '03-5x, '04-5x; Syllabus Developer I: Summer-2005; T'05-7x; Syllabus Re-developer--II: Fall-2005; Developer Contract: 9/05-8/07; T'06-5x; T'07-1x; TT'07-1x); [Mentor-Driven Class Evaluation: '06-1x--S1T06] (3:TT-2,9/2009); PH221OL Ethics and Society (3:TT'00: 3:TT-2,9/2009); PH314OL Philosophy of Education (3:TT'00; 3:TT-2,9/2009); PS315OL Theories of Personality (3:TT'99: 3:TT-2,9/2009); PS374OL Organizational Psych (3:TT'99; 3:TT-2,9/2009); HR422OL Organizational Dev & Change (3:TT'99; 3:TT-2,9/2009); HS321 The Helping Relationship II (3:TT'00; 3:TT-2,9/2009 ); PSY 450 Counseling Theory (3:TT'99); PS361OL Cross Cultural Psychology (3:TT'02), (3:TT'08; 3:TT-2,9/2009); SO315OL Minority Group Relations (3:TT'02; 3:TT-2,9/2009); SO220OL Ethical Issues in the Social Sciences (3:TT'08; 3:TT-2,9/2009); SO332OL Dying, Death, and Bereavement (3:TT'08; 3:TT-2,9/2009). Intro Class to e-College Internet Platform 5/2004. Online (Syllabus) Developer Certification Class (ODCC--PH308DL: 2005-2007): 6/20-7/24/2005.
[100+ 3 semester hour sections taught since 1999.]
********************** Turtle Mountain Community College:
DVP100 Study Skills for College(1:T'90); PSY211 General Psych (4:T'90); STATS 212 Basic Stats I (3:TT'98,'99); STATS 213 (3:T'99); HUM241 Multicultural Ethics (3:T'90-2x); SS278 Soc Research Methods (3:T'99); HUM296,297 Intro to Philosophy (2,2;T'90,'90); DVP296 Christian Doctrine (2:T'90); DVP296 Fostering Creativity (1:T'89); DVP296 Survival Skills for the Real World (1:T'89,'90-2x); TL900(UND) Learning Styles: Keys to Creative Teaching (1:T'98-2x,'99-2x); TL900 Teacher Improvement Strategies (1:T'00); PSYC111 Introduction to Psychology (3:TT'02,T'03-1x); PSYC230 Educational Psychology (3:TT'02); PSYC250 Developmental Psychology (3:TT'02); PSYC255 Child & Adolescent Psychology (3:TT'02); PSYC270 Abnormal Psychology (3:TT'02); ANTH171 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3:TT2003); SOCI110 Introduction to Sociology (3:TT'03); SOCI221 Minority Relations (3:TT'03); SOCI251 Gerontology (3:TT'03); SOCI275 Native American Studies (3:TT'03).
University of North Dakota ["CALL" Staff Faculty Pool--Appointed March, 2001]:
Tests and Measures (3:TT'98--TMCC) EFR500 Educational Foundations (3:T'01); EFR506 Multicultural Education (3:T'01); EFR590 Authentic Assessment (3:T'01); TL900 Seeing Yourself in Your Students (1:TT'98).
Lake Region State College Online:
BADM 299OL Business Ethics (3:TT'06); CSCI 299OL Computers and Society in a Global Technology (3:TT'06); EDU 299OL Special Topics (3:TT'06).
Moorhead State University:
Practical Approaches to Teacher Improvement (3:TT'99); Learning Styles: The Keys to Creative Teaching (1:TT'99, T'00); Teacher Improvement Strategies (1:T'00).
North Dakota State University:
ED600 Learning Styles: The Keys to Creative Teaching (3:TT'98), (1:T'98); ED600 Problem-Based Teaching and Learning (3:TT'99).
Minot State University:
PSY111 Introduction to Psychology (3:TT'02); Psy423 Introduction to Counseling (3:TT'90).