|351 W. Center Street Department of Teacher Education Southern Utah University Cedar City, Utah 84720|
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B. A. German major, Math minor, March 1986 - Weber State College, Ogden, Utah - GPA 3.4 of 4.0.
M. Ed. in Secondary Education, June 1991, emphasis: reading and literacy - Weber State University, Ogden, Utah - GPA 3.96 of 4.00.
Ph. D. in Literacy and Language (additional emphases: Foreign Language Education, Emergent & Early Childhood Education, Educational Technology, and Educational Research), December 1995 - Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana - GPA 3.98 of 4.00.
May '99 - Present: Assistant Professor of Reading in the Department of Teacher Education at Southern Utah University teaching courses in Elementary and Secondary Reading and Writing Instruction and Assessment, as well as, Historical Foundations and Critical Issues in Literacy at the Graduate and Undergraduate Level.
Sep. '96 to May '99: Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of South Alabama teaching Fundamentals of Teaching, Teaching Skills, Teaching Language Subjects in Secondary Schools, Improving Reading and Study Skills, Foundations of Reading Instruction (designed for elementary and middle school teachers), Teaching Reading (designed for elementary teachers), Qualitative Research (grad. level), Reading and Study Skills in the Content Areas (grad. level), Using the Computer to Enhance Literacy (proposed grad. level course), and supervising elementary and secondary student teachers.
Aug. '92 to Aug. '95: Graduate Teaching Assistant at Purdue University teaching Content Area Reading for Secondary Teachers and Using the Computer to Teach Reading and Writing in the School of Education and supervising approximately. 90 preservice teachers in a required field experience - Department of Curriculum and Instruction '92 to '95. Taught German 101 and 102 in the School of Liberal Arts - Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures 92' to '93.
Aug. '87 to Jun. '92: Teacher of German, Math and English at T. H. Bell Jr. High School in Ogden, Utah. Worked on various curriculum development projects in both subject areas.
Aug. '86 to Jun. '87: Teacher of German and Basic Computer Science at Box Elder High School in Brigham City, Utah.
Utah Secondary Education Certificate; with endorsements for the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, all levels of German, and a Level III endorsement for Mathematics (expired 1996 currently in renewal process).
a. Lund, D. M. (1991). A Secondary German Reading Proficiency Test. Unpublished Master's Project in the Library Holdings of Weber State University, Ogden, Utah.
b. Lund, D. M. (1994). An overview of computer use in qualitative research. Unpublished paper used in EDCI 615, Beginning Qualitative Research, a research course taught at Purdue University during the Fall 1994 and Spring 1995 semesters.
c. Lund, D. M. (1994). Pre-service teachers writing up research. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Indiana Teachers of Writing, Sept. 23 & 24, 1994, Indianapolis, Indiana.
d. Lund, D. M. (1994). Semiotics Index. An index compiled to organize the semiotics papers written by students along with professional articles in the field that have been collected by Professor Myrdene Anderson of the Anthropology Department at Purdue University. The index will serve as a guide to information in the collection and is organized by author, type of work, location, and key word (145 pages).
e. Lund, D. M. (1995). Emergent reading behaviors of developing second language readers: Focus on Russian. Unpublished Ph. D. Dissertation in the library holdings of Purdue University.
f. Lund, D. M. (1996). Managing the writing of long papers in the university classroom. Writing across the curriculum newsletter. Volume III, No. 1, Fall, 1996. (Available from Dr. Mary Beth Culp or Ms. Suzanne Hoffman, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL.)
g. Lund, D. M. (1997) Integrating the computer into language arts in a fifth grade classroom: A developing instructional model. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, Dec. 2 - 6, 1997 (available from ERIC document reproduction service #ED417381).
h. Lund, D. M., & Sanderson, D. (1999). From printed page to multimedia: Evolution of a second grade newspaper. Reading Online, the online journal of the International Reading Association. Available: http://readingonline.org/articles/lund/index.html
i. Lund, D. M. (1999). Emerging Computer Literacy: First Graders Write Thanksgiving Books on the Computer Using Hyperstudio. The Utah Journal of Reading and Literacy, 4(1), 21-33.
k. Lund, D. M. (2000). Biopoems Create Community. Teaching for Success, 12(1), p. 3.
l. Lund, D. M., Angell, V., Atwood, K. (2000). Getting your money's worth: Putting technology and a balanced reading program to work in the classroom. Paper presented at the biannual World Congress of the International Reading Association, Auckland, New Zealand, July 8-11, 2000 (available from ERIC document reproduction service #ED454529).
m. Lund, D. M. (2002). The Past and Present Roles of Technology in Balanced Literacy: A Global Perspective. The Utah Journal of Reading and Literacy, forthcoming in the Spring 2002 issue.
a. Lund, D. M. (1994). Pre-service teachers writing up research. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Indiana Teachers of Writing, Sept. 23 & 24, 1994, Indianapolis, Indiana.
b. Lund, D. M. (1994). Selecting appropriate texts. Presentation made at the Hoosier Study Council Textbook Adoption Workshop, held September 30, 1994 on the Campus of Purdue University.
c. Lund, D. M. (1995). Adding Life to Your Presentations. (Using the PowerBook and LCD panel to enhance presentations.) Inservice conducted for University of South Alabama Faculty Members of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Dec. 8, 1995: Mobile, Alabama.
d. Lund, D. M. (1996). "Reading" Comprehension: Literacy in the Content Areas. Inservice presentation conducted for the faculty of the Phillips Middle School, Jan 22, 29 & Feb. 12, 1996: Mobile, AL. The presentation was videotaped and is available for viewing to all schools in the Mobile County School District.
e. Lund, D. M. (1996). Internet resources for classroom instruction. Inservice presentation to faculty of Mary B. Austin Elementary School, Aug. 14 & 15: Mobile, AL.
f. Lund, D. M. (1997) Integrating the computer into language arts in a fifth grade classroom: A developing instructional model. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, Dec. 2 - 6, 1997.
g. Lund, D. M. (1998) Adding power to your presentations: Using PowerPoint to teach. Presentation made to the '98 Alabama Educational Technology Conference, Birmingham, AL, July 8-10, 1998.
h. Lund, D. M. (1998). From printed page to multimedia: Evolution of a second grade newspaper. Paper presented at the Alabama Reading Association Fall Conference, Mobile, AL, October 15-16, 1998.
i. Lund, D. M. (1998). Helping preservice secondary teachers understand the relationship between pedagogical theory and classroom practice through reflective written reports. Paper presented at the annual Meeting of the Mid-South Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, Nov. 4-6, 1998.
j. Lund, D. M. (1998). Second graders who write become better readers: A comparison of two classes. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX, Dec. 2-5, 1998.
k. Lund, D. M. (1999). "Reading" Comprehension: Literacy in the Content Areas. Inservice presentation given to secondary teachers in the Washington County School District, St. George, Utah, October 6 & November 3, 1999.
l. Lund, D. M. (2000). First Graders Write about Important Places on the Computer using HyperStudio®. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Utah Council of the International Reading Association, Salt Lake City, UT, Feb. 18-19, 2000.
m. Atwood, K. A., Lund, D. M., & Thompson, V. (2000). Getting your money's worth: Putting technology and a balanced reading program to work in the classroom.. Paper presented at the 20th annual SUU Reading Conference, "Year 2000: Cultivating Tomorrow's Readers.", July 6-7, 2000, Cedar City, Utah.
n. Lund, D. (2000). Writing books on the computer: Process writing using technology. Paper presented at the 20th annual SUU Reading Conference, "Year 2000: Cultivating Tomorrow's Readers.", July 6-7, 2000, Cedar City, Utah.
o. Atwood, K. A., Lund, D. M., & Thompson, V. (2000). Integrating Technology into a Balanced Literacy Approach: Beyond Drill and Kill. Paper presented as part of a sympsoium titled, Putting the pieces together: Balanced literacy instruction is anything but simple (CHAIRED BY JANET R. YOUNG, BYU) at the 18th World Congress on Reading (Sponsored by the International Reading Association), Auckland, New Zealand, July 11-14, 2000.
p. Lund, D. M. (2000). "NRC Collaborative Research Network Conception, Inception, and Progression." Invited paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, Dec., 2000.
q. Lund, D. M. (2001). Technology in the classroom. Paper presented at the 21st annual SUU Reading Conference, "2001: A Reading Odyssey", June 28-29, 2001, Cedar City, Utah.
r. Lund, D. M. (2001). PowerPoint: Beyond Glorified Overheads! Presentation made at the annual Faculty Development Conference of Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah, August 16, 2001.
s. Lund, D. M. (2002). Service opportunities for student reading organizations: Past, present, and future. Invited paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Francisco, CA, May , 2002.
Working with young people, educational research, reading (especiallly science fiction & fantasy), stamp collecting, sports officiating, fishing, disc golf, computers, vacationing, and family history & genealogy.
Current Course Websites includes current regular course syllabi
Thoughts on Autumn Beauty , poem with photograph
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