Detailed Information for Robert Redmon

Dr. Robert Redmon 
Education and Reading
 » Associate Professor
Office Location
Ferguson Hall 206 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-6264
Fax: (940) 397-4694
 
 

Contact Information

bob.redmon@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Interests

Instructional Effectiveness

Motivation

Educational Research Methodology

Curriculum Theory

Literacy Education


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Spring 2012 READ 6313  270  Writing Workshop    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

Wednesday 5:30 - 8:20 p.m.

Details Spring 2012 EDUC 3153  203  Educational Psychology    Dillard College of Business Administration 129

Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 - 10:50 a.m.

Details Spring 2012 6023  X20  Learning and Assessment    Online 

Online

Details Fall 2011 EDUC 6753  270  Applied Research    Dillard College of Business Administration DB 124

Monday 5:30 - 8:20 p.m.

Details Fall 2011 EDUC 6013  x10  Trends and Issues in Teaching and Learning     Online

Online

Details Fall 2011 EDUC 3153  203  Educational Psychology    Dillard College of Business Administration 129

Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 - 10:50 a.m.

Details Summer II 2011 EDUC 5633  401  Curriculum Theory and Practice    Dillard College of Business Administration 342

MTWR 10:00 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.

Details Summer II 2011 6023  X40  Learning and Assessment     

Online

Details Spring 2011 READ 6313  270  Writing Workshop    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

Wednesday 5:30 - 8:20 p.m.




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Oklhahoma State University MS Curriculum and Instruction Dec 15 1995 12:00AM 
Oklahoma State University Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction Dec 15 2000 12:00AM 
University of Central Oklahoma BA English Jan 15 1969 12:00AM 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 Bartlesville, OK Public Schools  Public School Teacher  1971-09-01  2001-05-30
 Midwestern State University  Professor  2001-09-01  



Research and Publications

Articles in Books

Redmon, R. J. (2009). Departmental e-mail reflection groups: Conversational journaling as collaborative action research. In J. Salmons, & L. Wilson, Eds. (2009) Handbook of Research on Electronic Collaboration and Organizational Synergy [Chapter 2]. Boulder, CO: IGI Global.

Redmon, R. (2002). Gathering Blue. [Review of the novel Gathering Blue with teaching notes]. In Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults Vol. 14 (pp. 115-124). Detroit:  Gale Group.

Redmon, R. (2002). The most dangerous game. [Review of the story "The Most Dangerous
Game" with teaching notes]. In Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults Vol. 14 (pp. 277-285). Detroit: Gale Group.

Redmon, R. (2002). The man who corrupted Hadleyburg. [Review of the novella The Man who Corrupted Hadleyburg with teaching notes]. In Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults Vol. 14 (pp. 249-260). Detroit:  Gale Group.

Refereed Journals

Redmon, R. (2004, Fall). Grassroots reform: Reflection on whole school action research. Texas Study of Secondary Education, 14(1), 24-27.

Redmon, R., & Burger, M.(2004, Fall). WebCt discussion forums: Asynchronous group reflection of the student teaching experience.  Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 6, 159-168. 

Redmon, R. (2003, Spring). Redefining rigor in Texas secondary schools. Texas Study of Secondary Education, 12(2), 15-18. 

Redmon, R. (1997, February). Power of publishing. English Journal 86, 2, 77-79.

Redmon, R. (1997, Spring). A matter of style: Broadening our perspectives. Oklahoma English Journal, 11, 2,  6-9.  

Redmon, R. (1997, Fall). Arts Inclusion with Picture Books: Modernism for the muddied masses. Oklahoma English Journal, 12, 1, 18-21.

Invited Journal Publications

Redmon, R.  (2002, April).  Berkeley to Baltimore: Bi-coastal liaison.  Writers and Projects, 7, 3, 9-10. 

Web Publications
 
Redmon, R. J., Mullen, G., & Schreiber J. (2009). Student teaching and the teacher work sample:  Perceptions of  both student teachers and cooperating teachers. Paper presented at the 2008 Annual  Meeting of the  Southwest Research Association, New Orleans, LA. The Renaissance Teacher Work  Sample  Consortium. Retrieved September 10, 2009, from http://edtech.wku.edu/rtwsc/publications- and-research.htm

Redmon, R. (Ed.) (2003-2007) Teacher research forum. Weblog sponsored by the NWP.  Once
available at http://blogs.writingproject.org/blogwrite88. This resource was discontinued October 2007.

National-International Presentations

The Teacher Work Sample as a Catalyst for Change.  Paper presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the  American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education to be held at Chicago, Illinois, February  6-9,  2009.

What Great Teachers Do: Perceptions of Practicing Teachers and Pre-Service Teacher Candidates.  Paper presented at the 15th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum,  October 10, 2008, Austin, TX.
 
Candidates' and Cooperating Teachers' Perceptions: Student Teaching and the Teacher Work Sample. (with Drs. Gayle Mullen and John Schreiber). Presented at Southwest Education Research Association's  Annual Meeting at New Orleans, Louisiana, February, 2008.

Impact of Teacher Preparation upon Teacher Self –Efficacy. Paper presented at the American  Association for Teaching and Curriculum Annual Meeting 2007 at Cleveland, Ohio, October 5, 2007.

 Mentor Teacher Modeling of Practices and Dispositions Emphasized in Professional
 Education Courses. Paper presented at the 13th Annual AATC Conference, Charlotte, NC,  October 12, 2006. 

Modified Latin Square Design for Quasi Experimental Case Study in Education.  Paper presented at the 2006 annual conference of the Southwest Educational Research Association, Austin, Texas, February 8, 2006.  

 Problems Encountered by First Time Educational Researchers. Paper co-authored with Gayle Mullen  and presented at the 2005 annual conference of the American Association for Teaching and  Curriculum at Austin, Texas, October 6-8, 2005. 

Walking the Walk:  The Role of Teacher Modeling in Forming Student Dispositions toward Reading and Writing.  Paper presented at the 2005 annual conference of the Southwest
Educational Research Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 11, 2005.

Plagiarism: University Software and Policy.  Presented by Grant Simpson and Robert Redmon on behalf of the MSU Chapter of TACT Faculty Development Program, Clark Student Center, September 8, 2004. (Invited)

 E-mail Reflection Groups:  Asynchronous, Dialectic, Reflective Journaling as Collaborative  Action Research.  Paper presented at the 2004 annual conference of the Southwest Educational  Research Association, Dallas, Texas, February 16, 2004. 

 In Schools and Online:  The Future of Teacher Research Across the NWP Network - A Case for  On- Line, Asynchronous Group Inquiry.  Paper presented at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the National  Writing Project at San Francisco, California, November 21, 2003. 

Group Reflection as Professional Development and Action Research.  Paper co-authored with M. Burger and T. Jones and presented at the 2003 Fall Institute of the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals, Austin, TX, October 27, 2003. 

WebCT Forums as a Medium for Asynchronous Group Reflection of the Student Teaching
Experience.  Paper co-authored with M. Burger and presented at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, Baltimore, Maryland, October 3, 2003. 

Online Publishing: Ideas and Issues.  Poster presented at the 2002 National Writing Project Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21, 2002.

The Pre-service Intern as an Agent of Reform in Professional Development Schools. Paper presented at the 9th Annual meeting of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum at Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 10-12, 2002. 

Writing for Learning's Sake. Paper presented at the Oklahoma State University Writing Project 10th Anniversary Celebration and Conference, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, June 28, 2002.

Multimedia Writing Prompts. Paper presented at the Oklahoma State University Writing Project 2002 Summer Institute, Stillwater, Oklahoma, June 27, 2002.

Vygotskian Viewpoint: Technology and Constructivism.  Co authored with Burger, M; Bailey, B.; Coe, M. A.; Hartzler, S.; and Land, M.  and presented at the SITE Conference 2002.  Available online: http://www.mwsu.edu/~educ/coe/site/vygotsky.htm

Finding the Narrative in Art:  Creative Writing and the Fine Arts.  Paper presented at the Teaching, Learning and Literacy Conference, Bahia Mar Resort, South Padre Island, Texas, April 20, 2002. 

Enhancing the Teaching-Learning Experience Through Technology.  Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN:  1998. (With Eileen Simmons, East Central High School, Tulsa, OK.)

On-Line Connections:  Enabling Professional Growth Through Technology. Paper presented at National Writing Project Annual Fall Meeting,  Nashville, TN, November 20, 1998. (With Eileen Simmons, East Central High School, Tulsa, OK)

Arts Integration with Picture Books.  Paper presented at Oklahoma Council of Teachers of English 1997 Spring convention:  Integrating the Arts with Language Arts.  Norman, OK, April 25,1997. 

Using Children's and Young Adult Sport Fiction to Teach Values. Paper presented (With William Edgington, Carolyn Thomas, and Sonya Henderson.) at the 1996 NCSS Rocky Mountain / Great Plains Regional Social Studies Conference, Denver, CO, April 11, 1996.

Studying Africa through Young Adult Literature Written by Africans. Paper presented (with Carolyn Thomas, William Edgington, and Sonya Henderson) at the 1996 NCSS Rocky Mountain / Great Plains Regional Social Studies Conference, Denver, CO, April 11, 1996.

Works in Progress
 
 Living Language: A Workshop Approach to Teaching High School English Language Arts. This is a  book project that I have begun. It is grounded in my previous research and my lived experience as a  high school English teacher. So far, I have outlined the book and written an introductory chapter. Sage  publications has indicated an interest in publishing this book, but I have not submitted a formal book  proposal. 

Conference Sessions Facilitated 

Texas Teachers' Forum 2007 (panel facilitator), Austin, Texas, March 4-6, 2007.

In Schools and Online:  The Future of Teacher Research Across the NWP Network.  Session co-facilitated with F. Haughton, L. Herring-Harris, M. A. Nocerino, C. Rogers, B. Sanford, D. Redmon, and K. Douillard at 2003 National Writing Project Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, November 21, 2003.  Short paper presented in support of this session:  "A Case For On-Line Asynchronous Group Inquiry."

NWP Technology Self-Study.  Session facilitated (with Marilyn McKinney) at 2001 National Writing Project Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, November 17, 2001.  

Technology Across the NWP:  Stories from the Sites Poster Session for TL's.  Poster session (with Dawn Rodrigues) at 2002 National Writing Project Annual meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November 21, 2002.