Name: Shea, Donna, M.A.
Rank: Part-time Lecturer
Year of Appointment to CSUSB: 1999
Primary Assignments: Lecturer, Career and Technical Education Courses

1. Academic Degrees, Licenses and Credentials

M.A., California State University at San Bernardino, 2000, Education
B.V.E., California State University at San Bernardino, 1999, Vocational Education
A.S., Citrus College, Azusa (California), 1971, Math/Science
Certificate in Radiology Technology, Mt. San Antonio College, December
Radiology Technician License, State of California, #RHP 42894
Registered Medical Assistant, National Association of Health Professionals, #0789 1498
Registered Medical Assistant, American Medical Technologists, #74328
Certified Medical Assistant, American Association of Medical Assistants, #0052484
Certified Medical Assistant, Administrative and Clinical specialties, California Medical Assistants Association #678
Registered EKG/Lab Technician, National Association of Health Professionals, #149824072189
Registered Phlebotomy Technician, American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians, #201214921042
Certified Phlebotomy Technician, American Medical Technologists, #72262
Certification of Authorization for Service, CA, CPPEI #091816
CPR, Basic Life Support, American Heart Association, #453967284
CPR Pro, Community First Aid & CPR, CPR in the Workplace, Wilderness Aid, American Red Cross
Climbing Director/Inspector, Boy Scouts of America, Old Baldy, California Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley Councils

2. Professional Experience

Higher Education - California State University, San Bernardino. Teach career and technical teacher education courses to adults with business and industry backgrounds (1999 to present).  BVE Program Coordinator (2000 to present).  Design and implement on-line curricula for ECTS and ETEC courses.  Develop and implement Bachelor of Arts in Career and Technical Studies degree.  Update the Designated Subjects Credential courses to meet 2009 CTC standards.

Public/Private School Experience:  Conduct In-service training seminars Corinthian Schools (Formerly National Education Centers) (1988 to present) and United Education Institute (2005 to present). Teach allied health and business courses.  Served as externship coordinator for two years. Developed curriculum for allied health courses.  United Education Institutes (2004 to present).  Teach allied health and business courses.

Publishing Delmar Publishers (1993 to present). Wrote two allied health texts and served as subject matter expert for allied health video series.  Review textbooks for publication.  Mozena (2000 to present).  Developed electronic textbooks for ECTS 335, 435, 504, 505, 508, 509, 510, 519, 520 and 521 as well as ETEC 537 and 546.  E-texts for ECTS 435, 505, and 510 are under development.

Private Industry Worked in allied health from 1966 to 1988 in the capacity of medical assistant, phlebotomist, x-ray technician, physical therapist, and medical office manager.  Continues to provide in-service training for staff development for United Education Institute and Everest Colleges.


3. Courses Taught and Examples of Instructional Strategies Used

ECTS 1000 Early Orientation - Developed and taught on-line course through College of Extended Learning (CEL) in an open entrance/open exit format.  Scholars are introduced to skills necessary for year 1 survival including lesson plans, special populations, industry partnerships, legal ethical issues, safety issues, student contracts, and classroom rules to name a few.

ECTS 335 Introduction to Career and Technical Education Developed and taught both traditional and on-line course using electronic portfolios, Web page presentations and an electronic textbook.  Scholars use a template to generate a CTEC Portfolio for submission to CTE faculty requesting credit units for work, supervisory, and teaching experience.  Scholars also develop a degree plan for completing the BACTS degree.

ECTS 435 Trends and Issues in Career and Technical Education Scholar complete and submit their CTEC Portfolio, develop personal mission, philosophy, and pledge statements, and participate in weekly discussions on contemporary trends and issues in Career and Technical Education relevant to their industry sector.

ECTS 504 Principles of Adult Education Developed and taught traditional and on-line workgroup-based course within a virtual classroom using electronic discussion boards, slide show presentations, Web page presentations and an electronic textbook.  Pedagogy vs. andragogy with special consideration of ESL, disabled, and older adults is explored.

ECTS 519 Introduction to Computers for Vocational Education Developed and taught both traditional and on-line course using electronic portfolios, slide show presentations, Web page presentations and an electronic textbook.  Emphasis of course is to provide scholars with skills for producing graphic intensive educational slide shows and Web pages.

ECTS 520 Curriculum Development in  Vocational Education Developed and taught both traditional instruction and distance learning instruction using peer evaluation, electronic discussion boards, Web page presentations and an electronic textbook.  Curriculum project is designed to satisfy Master Thesis Project requirements.

ECTS 521 Assessing Vocational Student Progress Developed and taught both traditional instruction and distance learning instruction using peer evaluation, electronic discussion boards, Web page presentations and an electronic textbook.  Emphasis is placed on writing objective statements and assessment tools for all learning levels in the three domains of Bloom's taxonomy to bring student from memorization to critical thinking.

ECTS 508, 509, 510 Level 3 Supervision and Coordination for Designated Subjects - Awarded course development grant for 2006 to developed on-line curriculum for Level 3 courses.  Offered the new on-line curriculum during spring 2006.  Due to its success the series is schedule for spring quarter in 2008 onward.  CSUSB is 1 of 4 institutions in California offering the Level 3 series courses and the only program offered on-line to reach distance learners.

Additional Courses include ECTS 501, ECTS 502, ECTS 503, ECTS 518, ETEC 537 and ETEC 546

 

4. Technology

In Teaching Designed an interactive online textbook for use with designated subjects, BACTS, and ETEC courses for College of Education. Developed extensive interactive Web based teaching materials. Developed Web based distance-learning options for Designated Subjects Teaching Credential, Bachelor of Vocational Education and Bachelor of Career and Technical Studies programs. Developed courses to teach computer applications to teachers.

In Professional Life - Use word processing, database, spread sheet and graphics applications extensively. Have developed html authoring skills for Web site development. Mentor to faculty, staff and students in applying computer related skills.  Developed camera ready copy for traditional textbooks using software applications.  Web Master for BSAonbelay Rock Climbing Program.


5. Service/Partnerships

Program/ Department/College/University Service - Serves as BACTS degrees Program Coordinator/Advisor, MS in STEM Education Degree Technology Concentration Program Coordinator/Advisor, and Supervision and Coordination Credential Program Coordinator/Advisor.  Served on the AD Hoc Committee for revising the M.A. core curriculum for College of Education at CSUSB. Serves on Career and Technology Education advisory board.  Consult with TESOL department to introduce on-line components to TESOL curricula.  Work with SSD office to make faculty aware of methodology and integrate technology for accessibility compliance.  Work CSU Chancellor's Office to develop and implement new BACTS degree.  Serve on College of Education Curriculum Committee and CSUSB Grievance Committee.  Serves on the University Grievance Committee, the Program Coordinator Committee, and the Graduate Council.  Serves on the Commission on Teacher Credential Board of Institution Review and Initial Program Review Committees.

Community Partnerships/Service - Currently developing community partnership with Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department University, Barstow College, and San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools for matriculation into the Bachelor of Arts in Career and Technical Studies degree program.  Currently serves on the CSUSB CTE Advisory Board and Unitek College Advisory Board for Allied Health.  Formerly served on the Skadron College Advisory Board for Allied Health, the CIT Advisory Committee, and United Education Institute Advisory Committee.  Served on California State Committee for Development of Standardized Allied Health Resource Materials.  Formerly served on Advisory Committee for Skadron College Allied Health programs.  Served in Fordham Library Adult Literacy program.  Member of the Boy Scouts Of America as adult leader instructor on the California Inland Empire Council High Adventure Team (HAT), San Gabriel Valley Council, and past Old Baldy Council resident High Adventure Director and High Adventure Director for Holcomb Valley Scout Ranch.  American Red Cross Instructor for First Aid, CPR, Wilderness Aid, Blood borne Pathogens, and Water Safety.  Consulting with College of Information Technology, Orange County, CA, to develop regional and international on-line instructions for registered nursing curricula and on-line curricula for computer science.  Consultant to Unitek College for on-line Medical Assisting curriculum.  Consultant to CIT for their Digital Imaging Degree.  Member of the Wrightwood/Phelan Search and Rescue team.

6. Professional Development

Professional and Academic Association Participation:

Co-Trustee: Gamma Nu Chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, Honorary for Career and Technology Education

Lifetime Member: Phi Kappa Phi, Honorary for Excellence in Education

Lifetime Member: Golden Key International Honor Society

Member: Association of Career and Technical Education (formerly American Vocational Association)

Recent Web Sites Developed (partial listing):

Shea, Donna CSUSB College of Education, http://coe.csusb.edu/shea, 1999 to present

Electronic Test books for ECTS 1000, 335, 435, 504, 519, 508, 509, 5510, 20, 521, 2000 to present

Currently working with ODL, ACM and TRC to develop audiovisual elements for course materials to comply with accessibility legislation

ECTS 519 example Web site, http://teacherweb.com/CA/CSUSB/ECTS519/

Shea, Donna BSAonbelay Climbing Team http://bsaonbelay.org, 2001 to present

Recent Workshops or Training Sessions Attended and Presented (partial listing):    

Faculty Learning Community 2011

CUE/TechEd Conference 2011

Softchalk, ODL, 2011

TRC TSSA Brown Bag Series 2011

ITL Symposium, CSU Channel Island, 2011

Connexxus Training 2011

TechEd Conference 2010

EdTech Conference 2010

Faculty Learning Community, 2010

ODL Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) 2009

California Community College EdTech Conferences, 2008, 2009

CSUSB TechEd conference 2007, 2008, 2009 - Presenter 2008, 2009

ODL Moodle Workshops 2009

TRC Voice Thread workshop, 2009

CSUSB TRC, ODL, and ACM workshops on Accessibility in Course Syllabi and Presentations 2007, 2008, 2009

Epsilon Pi Tau Task Force Conference, 2008

CSUSB Security Training 2007

CSUSB People Soft Faculty Center Training 2007

CSUSB People Soft Student Records Module Training 2007

CSUSB TRC Presentation Power  Using the New PowerPoint 2007

CSUSB TRC Pod casting Instructions 2007

CSUSB TRC Enhancing Teaching with Video Clips 2007

CSUSB TRC Poster Presentation 2007

CSUSB ODL Accessibility Workshop 2007

CSULB Board of Examiners for BVE Swan Bill Application annual luncheon 2007

CSUSB TRC Course Development Grant to develop Level 3 Supervision and Coordination On-line Curricula

UEI In-Service 2007:  Learning Styles Evaluation and Accommodation

URI In-Service 2007:  Apply Bloom's Taxonomy to Develop Dynamic Interactive Lesson Plans

Carpenters Union Training Center annual luncheon to promote BVE degree and Designated Subjects Teaching Credential programs 2007

UEI In-Services, 2005:  Assessing Problem Solving Modalities and Learning Style Models for Student Success; Classroom Management:  Reducing Attrition and Increasing Student Success Through Situational Leadership; Critical Thinking Through Bloom's Taxonomy

Bryman In-Services, 2005:  Assessing Problem Solving Modalities and Learning Style Models for Student Success; Classroom Management:  Reducing Attrition and Increasing Student Success Through Situational Leadership; Critical Thinking Through Bloom's Taxonomy

CSRT State Conference, 2004

12 CEUs annually for Radiology license renewal

HTML programming (Media Services four day workshop), 2001

Blackboard Software (Media Services two day workshop), 2001

Web ST Software (Media Services one day workshop). 2000

7. Work in Progress

                    Maintain accessible on-line course materials for current courses