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Jon Engelhardt
Jon Engelhardt

Jon Engelhardt, Ph.D.

Dean, School of Education
Professor, Curriculum and Instruction

Baylor University
School of Education
One Bear Place #97314
Waco, TX 76798
Office: Marrs McLean Science Building 137
Phone: 254-710-3111
fax: 254-710-3987

B.A.(1967) Elementary Education, graduated cum laude
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

M.A.(1969)Elementary Education, graduated summa cum laude
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

Ph.D. (1972), Mathematics Education
University of Texas, Austin, Texas

Selected Publications and Other Scholarship:
Issues and challenges in teacher education. Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics, 2003, 25 (4), 1-3.

Issues and challenges in teacher education. Paper presented at the Thirtieth Annual Research Council for Mathematical Learning Conference, Tempe AZ, March 2003. (Plenary Address)

"A model of mathematical learning". Occasional paper, Number 11. Magdeburg, Germany: Department of Mathematics, Otto von Guericke University 1999. (Published in English)

A grounded model of mathematics learning. Paper presented at the Twenty-fifth National Conference on Diagnosis and Prescriptive Mathematics, College Park MD, February 1998.

Multidigit addition: An alternate sequence. Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics, 1992, 14 (3), 53-62. (With V. Usnick)

Attracting and recruiting an ethnically-diverse teaching force. (co-authored with G. Contreras) In Cuellar, E. & Huling-Austin, L. (Eds.) Achieving an Ethnically Diverse Teaching Force. San Marcos, TX: Southwest Texas State University, 1991.

When should we teach regrouping in addition and subtraction? School Science and Mathematics, 1991, 91 (1), 6-9. ? (With V. Usnick)

Requested review of book "Mathematical disabilities: A cognitive neuropsychological perspective." International Reviews on Mathematical Education (ZDM), 1990, 1, 1-2.

Focus on teacher education in diagnostic and prescriptive mathematics: A developmental constructivist model of teacher education and diagnostic/prescriptive mathematics. Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics, 1988 10 (2), 59-67.

Basic fact mastery -- What's the professional knowledge base? Paper presented at the Thirty-first Annual Asilomar Conference of the California Mathematics Council (Northern Section), Pacific Grove CA, December 1988.

"Mathematics Clinics: Do they have a place in the UK?" Occasional Paper of the British Society for the Psychology of Learning Mathematics. London, UK: Centre for Mathematics Education, Chelsea College, University of London, 1984.

Mathematics clinics--the implications for children with special needs in Britain. Remedial Education, 1984, 19 (3), 101-106. (Co-authored with D.C. Blaine).

Helping children understand and use numerals. (Co-authored with R.B. Ashlock and J.H. Wiebe). Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1984.

An investigation of the underlying assumption of error analysis in arithmetic. Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics, 1981, 3 (1), 13-24. (Co-authored with J.H. Wiebe).

Cognitive style and children's computational errors. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1978, 46, 323-330. Cited in Zentralblatt fur Didaktik der Mathematik (like ERIC in West Germany), 1980, 1, No. C62 0376.

"Diagnosis and remediation in school mathematics: Developing continuity among R and D efforts." Paper presented at the Third National Conference on Remedial Mathematics, Kent, OH, April 1976. In Heddens, J.W. and Aquila, F.D. (Eds.) Proceedings of the Third National Conference on Remedial Mathematics. Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1976. Cited in Zentralblatt fur Didaktik der Mathematik (like ERIC in West Germany), 1980, 4, No. D70 128 3.

Analysis of children's computational errors - A qualitative approach. British Journal of Education Psychology, 1977, 47, 149-154.

On improving the mathematical preparation of elementary teachers. School Science and Mathematics, 1974, 76, 495-500. (also appeared in Education Digest, 1974, 40, 20-22.)

Teaching mathematics: A self-directed instructional program to numeration. Austin, Texas: Research and Development Center for Teacher Education, 1972. (Co-authored with E.G. Gibb.)

1997 Distinguished Administrator Award (Higher Education), Arizona School Administrators Association

1997 Arizona Circle of Excellence Award, Arizona North Central Association (for "long history of exemplary service to quality education in Arizona"

Selected Grants:
Recruiting Math and Science Students into a Teacher Education Professional Development School. Writer/Director. The Boeing Company, August 2004 ($30,000), March 2005 ($30,000).

Raytheon Teaching Fellows Program (For Preparing Math and Science Teachers). Proposal Planning Team. Raytheon Corporation, Spring 2000 ($500,000 over 3 years).

Comprehensive Regional Center for Minorities -- Math and Science. Project Co-Director. (With R. Elizondo and S. Riter). National Science Foundation, September 1989, ($3,500,000 (over 5 years).

"Dealing With Probation-Preparing for a Successful Accreditation Revisit", National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education website article, March 2005, reposted February 2006.

"Where Are Arizona Schools Headed-School-University Partnerships". Northern Arizona University, May 1996. (Technical Paper)

Guest editor, Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics 1983, 1987, 1993 (full issue).

Associate Editor, School Science and Mathematics Journal, 1982-1988.