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CURRICULUM VITAEWilliam A. Parnell Portland State UniversityGraduate School of EducationDepartment of Curriculum and Instruction08/07/2017Education Ed.D.2005Educational LeadershipPortland State University Specialty area: Early Childhood Education M.A.1993 French Literature & Pedagogical Study Portland State University area: Teaching French B.A.1989Romance Language French & Italian University of OregonEmploymentProfessor and Department Chair, CIPortland State University2016-presentAssociate Professor Early ChildhoodPortland State University2012-2016Assistant Professor Early ChildhoodPortland State University2007-2012CO-Director of CDC Portland State University1997-2007Adjunct Instructor, ECEClark College 2004-2007Adjunct Instructor, ECE Portland Community College2000-2005Adjunct Instructor, ECEPacific University2003Executive DirectorNortheast Community CDC1995-1997Helen Gordon Center Lead Teacher Portland State University1993-1995Public School Language InstructorForeign Language Inc. 1994-1995Head Kindergarten & School-ageTeacher Stephenson CCA 1993-1994Co-Director k-6 Maplewood SchoolCircle of Life Educational Services1991-1993AM Kindergarten TeacherCircle of Life Educational Services1991-1993Foreign Language GAPortland State University1991-1993Head Teacher lab school UO’s Amazon Co-Op School1986-1991DissertationTeacher learning: Documentation, collaboration, and reflection (2005). Director: Dr. Christine Chaillé, Portland State University, Portland, OR.Refereed Publications or Other Creative AchievementsBooksIorio, J.M., & Parnell, W. (Eds.). (In press, 2018). Meaning making in early childhood research: Pedagogies and the personal. Special series Changing Images in Early Childhood. Routledge Taylor and Francis: NY.Parnell, W., & Iorio, JM. (Eds.). (2016, Jan). Disrupting research in early childhood: Imagining new possibilities. Special series Changing Images in Early Childhood. Routledge Taylor and Francis: NY. Iorio, J.M., & Parnell, W. (Eds.). (2015, Feb). Rethinking readiness in early childhood education: Implications for policy and practice. Palgrave Macmillan: NY.Book ChaptersParnell, W., & Iorio, J.M. (In press, 2018). Vivid life and learning: Rendering thorough illustrations rather than chopping human stories to bits. In JM Iorio and W Parnell (Eds.), Rethinking research in early childhood (pp. x-xx). Special series Changing Images in Early Childhood. Routledge Taylor and Francis: NY.Parnell, W., & Iorio, J.M. (In press, 2018). Crisis, empowerment and learning in early childhood: Deepening meaning through arts-based research and action research. In JM Iorio and W Parnell (Eds.), Rethinking research in early childhood (pp. x-xx). Special series Changing Images in Early Childhood. Routledge Taylor and Francis: NY. Parnell, W., & Iorio, J.M. (In press, 2018). Collages and action research: A gathering of materials, metaphor, and meaning-making. In J. Burdick, J. Lammers, M. Hollis, & E. Ricketts (Eds.), (Re)Imagining Social Research: Narrative, Arts-Based, and Post- Approaches to Inquiry (pp. XX-XX). Location: Publisher.Iorio, J.M., Parnell, W., Quintero, & B. Hamm, C., (In press, 2017). Early Childhood Teacher Educator as Public Intellectual. In Bloch, Swadener and Cannella’s (2nd Ed.) Reconceptualizing Early Education and Care: ?Foundational Debates, New Imaginaries, and Social Activism--A Reader (pp. XX-XX). New York, NY: Peter Lange Publishing, Inc.Iorio, J.M., & Parnell, W. (2016, Jan). Reaching toward the possible. In W Parnell and JM Iorio (Eds.), Disrupting early childhood education research: Imagining new possibilities (pp. 1-10). Routledge Taylor and Francis: NY.Parnell, W., & Iorio, JM. (2015, Feb). Reimagining possible worlds for young children. In JM Iorio and W Parnell (Eds.), Rethinking readiness in early childhood education: Implications for policy and practice (pp. 209-216). Palgrave Macmillan: NY.Parnell, W., Carlis Dickey, L., & Iorio, JM. (2014, Dec). Loving tulips across three years: A long-term project story begins. In Elizabeth Quintero and Mary Kay Rummel’s (Eds.), Storying Childhood (pp. 75-86). New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.Parnell, W., Iorio, JM., Carlis Dickey, L. (2014, Dec). Conversations: A tulip tallness from the ground. In Elizabeth Quintero and Mary Kay Rummel’s (Eds.), Storying Childhood (pp. 78-98). New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.Parnell, W & Bartlett, J. (2012, June). iDocument: How smartphones and tablets are changing documentation in preschool and primary classrooms. In L. Muccio (Ed.), Spotlight on technology (pp. 52-58). Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children.Parnell, W. (2011, April 22). Becoming, being, and unbecoming educator: A male in early childhood education. In S. Woods & L. Watson (Eds.), Go Where You Belong: Male Teachers as Cultural Workers in the Lives of Children, Families, and Communities (pp. 1-10). Boston: Sense Publishers.ArticlesParnell, W., Justice, E., & Patrick, L. (In Press, 2018). Engaging extended families in schools for young children. Young Children. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Young Child Journal, Volume forthcoming.Parnell, W., Downs, C., & Cullen, J. (2017, June). Fostering Intelligent Moderation in the Next Generation: Insights from Remida-Inspired Reuse Materials Education.?The New Educator,?1-17. doi:10.1080/1547688x.2017.1331094Iorio, J. M., Hamm, C., Parnell, W., & Quintero, E. (2017, June). Place, matters of concern, and pedagogy: Making impactful connections with our planet.?Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education,?38(2), 121-135. doi:10.1080/10901027.2017.1306600Parnell, W., Schnur, A., & Green, L.M. (2016, Sept). Caring?for children with severe allergies: Establishing protocols for EpiPens and other medical needs through collaborative practices. Young Children. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Young Child Journal, 71(4), 26-31. Parnell, W. (2016, Aug). Personal spaces-Cubbies. In Donna L. Couchenour and Kent Chrisman (Eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Contemporary Early Childhood Education, Vol. 1, 243-244.Parnell, W. (2016, Aug). Selection of furniture. In Donna L. Couchenour and Kent Chrisman (Eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Contemporary Early Childhood Education, Vol. 3, 1198-1200.Parnell, W. (2012, July). Investigating the Reggio Emilia study tour experience: From conversation to insights, Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research.Parnell, W & Bartlett, J. (2012, May). iDocument: How smartphones and tablets are changing documentation in preschool and primary classrooms, Young Children. 67(3), 50-57. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children.Parnell, W. (2012). Reconstruction: Meltdown in the midst of beauty. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology Special Edition: Phenomenology in Early Childhood Education, 12(Special Edition), 1-8.Parnell, W. (2011, Nov). Teacher collaboration experiences: Finding the extraordinary in the everyday moment, Early Childhood Research and Practice, 13(2).Parnell, W. (2011). Experiences of teacher reflection in the studio: Reggio inspired practices, Journal of Early Childhood Research. Prepublished Sage Online First, August 10, 2011, DOI: 10.1177/1476718X11407982.Parnell, W. (2011). Revealing the experience of children and teachers even in their absence: Documenting in the early childhood studio. Journal of Early Childhood Research. Prepublished Sage Online First, March 8, 2011, DOI: 10.1177/1476718X10397903.Helm, L., & Parnell, W. (2010, Dec 15). Learning in a Reggio-inspired reuse center. Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research, 12?(2). 3-12. Retrieved from , W. (2010, July 20).?Image of the Teacher in Educational Leadership. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation. 5(3). Retrieved from the Connexions Web site: ProceedingsIorio, J.M., Parnell, W., Quintero, E., & Hamm, C. (2016). " Out and About,"" Teachers and Shiny Fish," and" Children as Bricoleurs": Making Impactful Connections With Our Planet. American Educational Research Association 2017 Conference Proceedings.Parnell, W. (2015, April). Thawed: Understanding Experiences of Sexuality Expression in Disney's Animated Feature Film Frozen. American Educational Research Association 2015 Conference Proceedings.Parnell, W. (2015, April). Playing in the Shadows and Bringing into the Light: Young People and Community Experiences. American Educational Research Association 2015 Conference Proceedings.Parnell, W., & Iorio, J. (2014, April). Circles and bicycles: Thinking and rethinking about the action research process. American Educational Research Association 2014 Conference Proceedings.Parnell, W., & Iorio, J. (2013, April). A/r/tography and Action Research: Crisis, Empowerment, and Learning in Early Childhood. American Educational Research Association 2013 Conference Proceedings. Parnell, W. (2012, April). Becoming, Being, and Unbecoming Early Childhood Educator: Male Existence in the Lives of Young Children. American Educational Research Association 2012 Conference Proceedings.Parnell, W. (2011, October). Lessons from becoming, being and unbecoming early childhood educator: A male existence in the lives of young children. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education International Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from , W. (2009, June). Readers Theater: Lessons from a meltdown in the midst of beauty. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education International Conference Proceedings. Retrieved from Refereed Publications or Other Creative AchievementsArticlesParnell, W. (2012, May). Editorial. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology Special Edition: Phenomenology in Early Childhood Education.Parnell, W. (2010). A voice for quality. Children’s Institute. Retrieved September 26, 2010 from Hutchens, J., & Parnell, W. (2008). Interviews: A child of rights. Sockeye Magazine, 12(2), 19-21.Reinisch, S., & Parnell, W. (2006). The hundred is there! The role of physical spaces, aesthetic qualities, and documentation in a vibrant learning community. Design Share: Designing for the Future of Learning Online Journal. Retrieved December 20, 2009, from index.php/articles/hundred-1.Book Reviews Parnell, W. (2008, October). [Review of the book Under deadman’s skin: Violence in children’s play.] Journal of Early Childhood Research, 6(3), 305-308.Parnell, W. (2004). [Review of the book Bringing learning to life: The Reggio approach to early childhood education.] Canadian Children: Journal of the Canadian Association for Young Children, 29(1), 50-51.NewslettersParnell, W. (2016, Feb). Vice President for Conferences News. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Winter Newsletter. Retrieved Parnell, W. (2015, Feb). Co-Awards Chair Award Recipient News. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Winter Newsletter. Retrieved from , W. (2014, Oct). Co-Awards Chair Award News. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Fall Newsletter. Retrieved from Parnell, W. (2013, May). Region 10 News. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Spring Newsletter. Retrieved from , W. (2012, Summer). Region 10 News: Oregon and NW Region. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Summer Newsletter. Retrieved from Parnell, W. (2010). Preschoolers learn three Rs: Rescue, recycle, and?reuse. Graduate School of Education Annual Report. Retrieved September 25, 2010, from , W. (2009). Palestine Early Childhood Conference. Graduate School of Education Annual Report. Retrieved December 20, 2009, from , W. (2008). Reggio Emilia, Italy exhibits early childhood model. Graduate School of Education News. Retrieved December 20, 2009, from NewspapersCastillo, A. (2014, Feb). Parnell, W. quoted in Hillsboro's kindergarten readiness assessment results: Is timed testing appropriate? Oregonian Newspaper, Portland: OR. Retrieved June 15, 2014 from Schulzke, E. (2014, Feb). Parnell, W. quoted in Oregon worried over performance of incoming kindergartners. Deseret National News. Retrieved February 25, 2014 from at Professional MeetingsRefereedParnell, W., Anderson, I., Molly Murphy, A., and Oh, Soobin. (2017, Oct). Quickening Early Childhood Research Agency:? Detangling Knotty Questions to Re-Locate {“find a home in the world”}. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Research Conference, Toronto, CA.Iorio, J.M., Parnell, W.,?Quintero, E.,?and?Hamm, C.?(2016, April).?"Out and About," "Teachers and Shiny Fish," and "Children as Bricoleurs": Making Impactful Connections With Our Planet.?American Educational Research Association Conference, Washington, DC USA.Parnell, W. (2015, October). Fostering intelligent moderation in the next generation: Insights from ReMidia-Inspired reuse materials education. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education Conference, Dublin, Ireland.Parnell, W. (2015, April). Thawed: Understanding experiences of sexuality expression in Disney's animated feature film frozen. American Educational Research Association Conference, Chicago, IL.Parnell, W. (2015, April). Playing in the shadows and bringing into the light: Young people and community experiences. American Educational Research Association Conference, Chicago, IL.Parnell, W. (2014, November). Fostering intelligent moderation in the next generation: Insights from ReMidia-Inspired reuse materials education. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators, Dallas, TX.Parnell, W., Iorio, J.M. (2014, April). Parnell, W. Disrupting through Imagination: Rethinking Early Childhood Teacher Research. American Educational Research Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Parnell, W. (2013, November). Collecting streams of children's identity: Teacher candidates find their agency. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators, Washington, D.C.Parnell, W. & Iorio, J. (2013, April). A/r/tography and Action Research: Crisis, Empowerment, and Learning in Early Childhood. American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.Parnell, W. (2012, November). The shadow side of the theater: Interrogating upheld values of rugged-individualism. International Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education Conference, Pennsylvania, US.Parnell, W. (2012, November). Teacher collaboration experiences: Finding the extraordinary in the everyday moment. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators, Atlanta, GA.Parnell, W. (2012, November). Becoming, being and unbecoming: A male teacher’s existence in the life of young children. National Association for the Education of Young Children, Atlanta, GA.Parnell, W. & Bartlett, J. (2013, October). Smartphones and tablets change the future of documentation. Washington State Association for the Education of Young Children, Vancouver, WA.Parnell, W. (2012, April). Becoming, being and unbecoming: A male educator existence in early childhood education. American Educational Research Association Conference, Vancouver, BC.Parnell, W. (2011, October). A Politic of Strong and Capable Community: Loving Tulips across Three Years. International Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education Conference, London, U.K.Parnell, W. (2011, November). Collages: A Composition of Meaning in Action Research Experiences. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators, Orlando, FL.Parnell, W., & Iorio, J. (2011, January). Collage: A Composition of Meaning in Action Research Experiences. Paper presented at the Narrative, Arts-Based, and Post Approaches to Social Research, Tempe, AZ.Parnell, W. (2010, November). Teacher collaboration experiences: Finding the extraordinary in the everyday moment. Paper presented at the National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators, Anaheim, CA.Parnell, W. (2010, October). Becoming, being, unbecoming educators in early childhood. Paper presented at the International Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education Conference, Atlanta, GA.Parnell, W., Cullen, J. & Navarro-Sylva, C. (2010, May). Bringing the Reggio Emilia, Italy Remida creative recycle center home to Portland. Paper presented at the Understanding Sustainability: Perspectives from the Humanities Conference,?Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (2009, November). Investigating the Reggio Emilia study tour experience: From conversation to insights. Poster presented at the National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Annual Conference, National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators, Washington, D.C.Parnell, W. (2009, June). Crisis moment in the early childhood studio. Paper presented at the Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education International Conference, Bethlehem, Palestine.Parnell, W., & Hume, N. (2008, September). Agent of change: A peace studies project in early education. Paper presented at the Peace and Justice Studies Association Conference, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2008, June). The image of the teacher in educational leadership. Paper presented at the Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education International Conference, Victoria, Canada. Parnell, W. (2008, June). What happens when we make learning visible?: Visual narratives. Poster presented at the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance International Conference, Boulder, CO. Parnell, W. (2008, July). The hundred is there! The role of physical space, aesthetic qualities and documentation in a vibrant learning community. Paper presented at the Council of Educational Facilities Planners International, Portland, OR.InvitedParnell, W. (2015, Feb). Working in an atelier way. Compensated Keynote for Houston Bright Beginnings/ United Way, Houston, TX.Parnell, W. (2014, May). Acts of listening: Reggio-inspired principles and practices. Compensated Keynote for Houston Bright Beginnings/United Way, Houston, TX.Parnell, W. (2013, July). Documenting a 3-year love affair with tulips: Parents, children and teachers as co-protagonists in community-engaged project work. Compensated keynote for University of Hawaii-Manoa and Hawaii Association for the Education of Young Children, Manoa, HI.Parnell, W. (2013, January). Anticipating the Wonder of Learning exhibit: From conversations to insights. Statewide compensated keynote at MidPack Institute, Manoa, HI.Parnell, W. (2012, March 12). What can we learn about Finland and Reggio Emilia, Italy? Panel discussant at the City Club of Portland, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2011, March). The Image of the Child: Listening as an Act of Change for Teachers, Parents and Schools. Paper presented at the Junior League of Portland, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2006, May). Extraordinary moments in the everyday: Finding an owl’s wing in children’s work. Paper presented at the Child and Family Studies Consortium, Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (2005, June). Administrator as researcher: Studying the studio experiences. Paper presented at the Opal Portland Charter School Symposium, Oregon Children’s Museum, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2004, June). The wonder of nature in urban school. Paper presented at the Opal Portland Charter School Symposium, Oregon Children’s Museum, Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (2004, May). Gender images in early childhood education. Paper presented at the Portland Community College Early Childhood Equity and Diversity Symposium, Portland, OR.Peer-Reviewed ColloquiumParnell, W. (2008, October). What happens when we engage children in the community? Visual narratives. Workshop presentation at the Oregon association for the Education of Young Children state conference, Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (2007, October). What happens when we make learning visible: One school’s narratives, Compensated workshop presentation at the Oregon Association for the Education of Young Children state conference, Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (2006, October). Infant education: Making infant learning visible. Compensated workshop presentation at the Oregon Association of Child Care Directors fall conference, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR. Parnell, W. (2006, October). Documentation: Exploring learning through visual experiences & dialogue. Compensated workshop presentation at the Oregon Association of Child Care Directors spring conference, Newport, OR.Parnell, W. (2005, March). Pedagogy of listening: Staff development & vision. Compensated workshop presentation at the Oregon Association of Child Care Directors spring conference, Newport, OR.Parnell, W. (2003, March). Organization as a value: Staff and parent relationships. Compensated workshop presentation at the Oregon Association of Child Care Directors spring conference, Newport, OR.Parnell, W. (2001, April). Early childhood education documentation and research. Compensated workshop presentation at the Reggio Symposium, Reggio Inspiration Network, Wilsonville, OR. Parnell, W. (2001, October). The pedagogy of organization. Compensated workshop presentation at the Oregon Association of Child Care Directors fall conference, Newport, OR. Parnell, W. (2001, November). Bringing Reggio home. Compensated consultations and workshop presentation at the Barnes Miller CDC Professional Development Days, Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (1999, October). Emergent curriculum. Compensated workshop presentation at the Eugene Chapter of Oregon Association for the Education of Young Children fall conference, Eugene, OR.Parnell, W. (1998, October). Taking care of the caregiver. Compensated workshop at the Eugene Chapter of Oregon Association for the Education of Young Children fall conference, Eugene, OR.Invited Colloquium PresentationsParnell, W. (2017, March). Jobs-a-like welcoming spaces in early childhood. Compensated Keynote presentation for the Central and Eastern European School’s Association in Sofia, Bulgaria.Parnell, W. (2017, March). Identifying with remida materials: Reggio inspired practices. Compensated workshop for the Central and Eastern European School’s Association in Sofia, Bulgaria. Parnell, W. (2017, March). What happens when you make learning visible?: Reggio-inspired early childhood practices. Compensated workshop for the Central and Eastern European School’s Association in Sofia, Bulgaria. Parnell, W. (2017, March). Setting intentions in early childhood education. Compensated workshop for the Central and Eastern European School’s Association in Sofia, Bulgaria. Parnell, W., & Aldama, M. (2016, Mar). Documenting young children’s learning: Making listening and learning visible. Compensated workshop presentation at the the Dalles Early Learning Center In-service, The Dalles, OR.Parnell, W. & Aldama, M. (2016, Feb). Fostering intelligent moderation: shiny fish project—Insights from Remida inspired reuse materials. Keynote presentation at the Vancouver Reggio Consortium Society, Vancouver, BC.Parnell, W., & Aldama, M. (2016, Feb). Identifying with Remida: Co-constructing social identities through reuse materials. Workshop presentation at the Burnaby School District Professional Development Day, Barnaby, BC.Parnell, W. & Kenney, D. (2015, April). Objects have the right to be other things”: The intelligence inside materials. Workshop presentation at the Helen Gordon Child Development Center Professional Development Days Conference, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. & Reinisch, S. (2015, Feb). Children as scientists: Studying light as a Reggio-inspired big idea. Workshop presentation at COSA 2015 Full-Day Kindergarten Implementation and Planning Conference, Eugene, OR. Parnell, W. & Cullen, J. (2013, July). Remida Portland: Explore ways to “foster intelligent moderation in the next generation”, as inspired by the city of Reggio Emilia, Italy. Workshop presentation at Nike Stringer Child Development Center, Beaverton, OR.Parnell, W. & Patrick, L. (2012, March). What Role do Recycled Materials Play in Supporting the Creative Capacity of Children? Workshop presentation at The Wonder of Children’s Creative Thinking: Inspirations from Reggio Emilia, Italy, symposium, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2011, September). Documenting young children’s learning. Compensated workshop presentation at the Albina Head Start Preservice, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2011, August). Setting Intentions in the Classroom. Compensated workshop presentation at the Mentor Graphics Child Development Center, Wilsonville, OR.Chaille, C. & Parnell, W. (2011, March). Big Ideas and Intentional Work. Workshop presentation at the Helen Gordon Child Development Center Professional Development Days Conference, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2011, January). The Image of the Child: Listening as an Act of Change for Teachers, Parents and Schools. Compensated workshop presentation at the Metropolitan Family Services In-service Days, Portland, OR.Chaille, C. & Parnell, W. (2010, March). Big Ideas and Visual Experiences: A Dialogue. Workshop presentation at the Helen Gordon Child Development Center Professional Development Days Conference, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2009, August). School values: Studio inspirations. Compensated workshop presentation at the Early Head Start Conference, PSU Graduate School of Education’s Early Childhood Training Center, Vancouver, WA. Parnell, W. (2009, March). Setting intentions. Workshop presentation at the Helen Gordon Child Development Center Professional Development Days Conference, Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (2008, February).Waking the giant. Workshop presentation at the Helen Gordon Child Development Center Professional Development Days Conference, Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (2008, June). Early childhood education panel on facility designs. Panel presentation at the Council of Educational Facility Planners International Conference, Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (2006, March). Honoring childhood. Keynote speaker and compensated presentation at the Tapestry Conference of SW Washington, Clark College, Vancouver, WA. Parnell, W. (2005, August). Values from the inside out: Bringing Reggio Emilia inspirations to life. Compensated workshop presentation at the PSU’s Early Head Start Conference, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2003, September). Children’s rights and pedagogical documentation. Compensated workshop presentation at the Mentor Graphics CDC Professional Development Series, Wilsonville, OR. Parnell, W. (2002, September). Anti-bias education. Compensated workshop presentation at the Joyful Noise CDC Professional Development Series, Portland, OR.Parnell, W. (2001, September). Early childhood education documentation and research. Compensated workshop presentation at the Joyful Noise CDC Professional Development Series, Portland, OR. Parnell, W. (2001, November). Early childhood education block play and development. Compensated workshop at the Bethlehem CDC Professional Development Day, West Linn, OR. Parnell, W. (1999, October). Creating early childhood environments. Compensated workshop at the Mt. Hood Community College Professional Development Series, A Teacher’s Space, Gresham, OR. Honors, Grants, and FellowshipsInternationalization and Study Abroad Grant Award. (2017, Summer). Award: $1000. Planning grant for infusing my Reggio Study Abroad principles and practices into Action Research and other master’s degree courses.Society of Professors of Education Book Award (2016, Apr). Award bestowed upon us as Editors for Rethinking Readiness in Early Childhood Education: Implications for Policy and Practice. The award was presented April 9 at the American Educational Research Association in Washington, D.C.PSU Faculty Travel Grant Award. (Summer 2015). Award: $3341. Travel grant to present early childhood research at the International Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education Conference in Dublin, AMPIS Grant Award (2014-2018). Award $1,478,000. Scholarship funds, operations costs, professional development training, personnel, services and supplies and research support funds for 30 additional child care slots given to low-income PSU student families. Principal investigator: Will Parnell Co-PI: Ellie JusticePSU Faculty Travel Grant Award. (Winter 2014). Award: $2000. Travel grant to present early childhood research at the American Educational Research Association in Philadelphia, PA.National Technology Leadership in Early Childhood Education Award. (2012). Award: $250. National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators bestowed this national award for my Young Children journal article iDocument: How smartphones and tablets are changing documentation in preschool and primary classrooms (reprinted in Spotlight on Technology book) and for other outstanding local, regional and national notoriety for this AMPIS Grant Award (2010-2014). Award $720,000. Scholarship funds, operations costs, professional development training, personnel, services and supplies and research support funds for 30 additional child care slots given to low-income PSU student families. Principal investigator: Will ParnellPSU Student Building Fees Award (2011). Award $500,000. Research funds for securing and building out a Child Development Center site on PSU campus. Principal investigators: Will Parnell, Ellie Justice, Lola Lawson.PSU Faculty Travel Grant Award. (Spring 2011). Award: $444. Travel grant to present early childhood research at the American Educational Research Association in Vancouver, B.C.PSU Academic Excellence Hybrid Course Award. (2011). $1,500. Professional development stipend for learning to create hybrid courses. Principal investigator: Will ParnellPSU Miller Grant Award. (2010). Award: $2,500. Research funds for travel and initial REmida research in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Principal investigator: Will ParnellSampsell Fellowship Grant Award. (2009-2010). Award: $10,000. Research funds for special education inclusion in Helen Gordon Center. Principal investigators: Ruth Falco, Dave Allen. Co-investigators: Leslie Munson, Christine Chaille, Ellie Justice, and Will Parnell.PSU Faculty Travel Grant Award. (Spring 2009). Award: $1,500. Travel grant to present early childhood reconceptualist research themed on Pedagogies of Hope in Bethlehem, Palestine.Helen Gordon Child Development Center expansion and historic renovation. (2001-2005). Award: $7,500,000. Funds for expansion and renovation contract of child care program on campus awarded to PSU’s Helen Gordon Child Development Center. Plans co-developed by PSU Facilities & Planning, Will Parnell, Ellie Justice, Associated Students of PSU representative, Helen Gordon Center parent representative, GBD Architects, and the City of Portland Planning Office. Funded by Student Building Fees Committee ($7 million), Helen Gordon Center fundraising and grants ($260,000), and the PSU Finance and Administration Office ($240,000). Co-principal investigators: Will Parnell, Ellie Justice and Bar Johnson.Federal Subsidy and Child Care Access Grant. CCAMPIS: Child Care Access Means Parents in Schools. (October 2002-October 2005). Award: $240,946.00. Funds for Helen Gordon Child Development Center. Funded by U.S. Department of Education. Co-principal investigators: Will Parnell and Ellie Justice. PSU Technology Grant. Technology for Teacher, Families, and Children. (January 2004). Award: $9,000. Funds for digital equipment, LCD technology, and laptops. Funded by PSU’s Information Technology Department. Co-principal investigators: Dave Bullock and Will Parnell.PSU Technology Grant. Technology for Teachers and Children. (June 2001). Award: $30,000 Funds for digital cameras, printers, scanners, recorders, and computers. Funded by Associated Students of Portland State University. Principal investigator: Will Parnell. Hewlett Packard Technology Award. (1999). Technology for Early Childhood Administration and Teaching: First Encounter with the Digital World September. Award: $5,000. Funds for computers, printers, digital cameras, a scanner and ongoing support for 2 years with digital equipment. Administration software program, electronic door entry system, and ongoing technology support of systems. Funded by Lucille Packard Foundation and Microsoft Corporation. Principal investigator: Will Parnell. United States Department of Agriculture Food Program. Ongoing food subsidy program for the Helen Gordon Center. (1995-present-renewed annually). Award: $48,000. Funded by the Oregon Department of Education. Co-principal investigators: Will Parnell, Ellie Justice, and Britton Pietz. Other Research and Other Creative AchievementsHSRRC Approved Research ActivitiesQuickening Early Childhood Research Agency:? Detangling Knotty Questions to Re-Locate {“find a home in the world”}. Qualitative reconceptualist research study. 2017-2018. Investigators: Will Parnell, Ingrid Anderson, Angela Malloy-Murphy, Soobin OhIdentifying with Remida: Early Childhood Educators' Experiences with Reuse Materials in Reggio inspired Identity Studies. 2015-2018. Investigators: Will Parnell and Michelle Aldama CCAMPIS Grant Achievements. Federal Grant Mixed Methods research study. 2010-2018. Investigator: Will ParnellSchool website development, wiki creation, and other school creative achievementsAERA SIG: Critical Perspectives in Early Childhood Education Blog Editor 2012-2014. Gordon Center website development and webmaster: School for the Arts and Sciences website development and webmaster: .Portland Children Organization website development and webmaster: . Early Childhood Education Master’s Specialization in Curriculum and Instruction wikispace: Teaching, Mentoring and Curricular AchievementsCurriculum Content Committees:Program Coordinator, ECE/Ele Graduate Teacher Education Program, 2012-2013Program Coordinator, Early Childhood Education Master’s Committee 2007-2016Program Coordinator, Curriculum and Instruction Curriculum Committee, 2011-2012Committee Member, Curriculum and Instruction Curriculum Committee, 2006-2011Graduate Teacher Education Program and Curriculum and Instruction Sustainability Task Force, 2009-2010Curriculum and Instruction Case Study Task Force, 2009-2011Graduate Teacher Education Program Literacy Methods in ECE and Elementary Ed Curriculum Review Task Force, 2008-2010Cohort Leadership, GTEP Early Childhood/Elementary Cohort, 2008-2009Cohort Leadership, GTEP Early Childhood/Elementary Cohort, 2007-2009Teaching Assignments: Portland State UniversityFall 2017CI 660Res Paradigms: Doc Res4 credits22 studentsSummer 2017CI 510Doc, child, Learning4 credits12 studentsWinter 2017CI 510Writing for Prof Growth3 credits12 studentsSummer 2016ITP 536Learning and Development3 credits24 studentsCI 510Leading in ECE Programs3 credits17 studentsSpring 2016CI 510Reggio Emilia Study Tour3 credits16 studentsWinter 2016CI 505Hands-on Remida3 credits1 studentCI 601Dissertation6 credits1 studentFall 2015CI 590Action Research in ECE3 credits21 studentsED 550Foundations of ECE Inc Ed and CI3 credits24 studentsSummer 2015CI 510Doc, Child Learn: Tools and Strategies3 credits15 studentsITP 536Learning and Development3 credits29 studentsSpring 2015CI 510Reggio Emilia Study Abroad 20153 credits15 studentsCI 591Action Research Implementation ECE3 credits12 studentsED 552Issues in Inclusive Ed and CI4 credits20 studentsWinter 2015ED 550Foundations in Inclusive Ed and CI4 credits18 studentsSummer 2014CI 4/510Leading in Early Childhood Programs4 credits16 studentsSpring 2014CI 591Action Research Implementation3 credits 15 studentsWinter 2014SabbaticalFall 2013SabbaticalSummer 2013CI 4/510Doc, Child Learn: Tools and Strategies3 credits15 studentsSpring 2013CI 577Learning Designs in ECE3 credits 18 studentsCI 591Action Research Implementation3 credits 14 studentsWinter 2013CI 4/510Helen Gordon Pro Dev Days1 credit 12 studentsCI 510Reggio Emilia Study Tour3 credits 15 studentsFall 2012CI 573Assessment and Tech in ECE3 credits 17 studentsSpring 2012CI 506Documenting shared inquiry3 credits 1 studentCI 573Assessment and Tech in ECE3 credits 8 studentsCI 591Action Res Implementation3 credits 5 studentsCI 603Dissertation3 credits 1 studentCI 605R&C: Reflect and Reconcept5 credit 1 studentCI 605R&C: Reggio Emilia Studies1 credit 1 studentWinter 2012CI 510Wonder of Learning1 credit15 studentsCI 602IS: Etiol of giftedness3 credits 1 studentCI 602IS: Adv School Study4 credits 1 studentCI 505Advanced RIE Teaching3 credits 1 studentCI 603Dissertation Credits3 credits 1 studentCI 605Adv Learning Designs3 1 student?CI 509R&C: Advanced Teaching 3 credits 1 studentFall 2011CI 410/510Learning Designs: ECE Environments3 credits14 studentsCI 603Dissertation Credits9 credits 1 studentCI 605Adv Learning Designs3 1 student?CI 505R&C: ADV STUDY ADHD 3 credits 1 studentSummer 2011CI 410/510Documenting Young Child Learning3 credits 8 students?CI 410/510Leading in Early Childhood Programs3 credits 11 studentsSpring 2011CI 591Action Research Implementation3 credits20 students?CI 573Assessment and Tech in ECE3 credits 13 studentsWinter 2011?CI 510Nurturing a Pedagogy of Inquiry1 credit 6 studentsFall 2010CI 410/510Learning Designs: ECE Environments3 credits14 studentsCI 410/510Reggio Emilia and Reuse3 credits 6 studentsSummer 2010CI 410/510Documenting Young Child Learning3 credits17 studentsCI 410/510Childhood, Ecology, Reuse Materials3 credits 8 studentsCI 567Curriculum and Culture3 credits22 studentsSpring 2010CI 573Assessment and Tech in ECE3 credits17 studentsCI 591Action Research Implementation3 credits14 studentsWinter 2010CI 810Top: Professional Dev Days1 credit12 studentsFall 2009CI 410/510Learning Designs: ECE Environments3 credits12 studentsSummer 2009?CI 410/510Documenting Young Child Learning3 credits14 students?CI 410/510Childhood, Ecology, Reuse Materials3 credits12 students?CI 591Action Research ECE Implementation3 credits8 studentsSpring 2009?CI 573Assessment and Tech in ECE3 credits 15 students?CI 510Top: Reggio Emilia Study Tour3 credits 3 students?CI 501Action Research Projects1 credit 2 students?CI 551Student Teaching 2: ECE15 credits9 students?CI 553Student Teaching 2: Elem15 credits10 studentsWinter 2009?CI 553Student Teaching 1: Elem6 credits9 students?CI 551Student Teaching 1: ECE6 credits 10 students?CI 505 R&C: Reggio Studies1 credit3 students?CI 810Top: Professional Dev Days1 credit8 studentsFall 2008?CI 410/510Learning Designs: ECE Envir3 credits13 students?CI 509Practicum: Initial Field Experiences3 credits21 studentsSummer 2008?CI 410/510Documenting Young Child Learning3 credits 14 students?CI 410/510Childhood, Ecology, Reuse Materials3 credits6 students?CI 591Action Research ECE Implementation3 credits8 studentsSpring 2008?CI 573Assessment and Tech in ECE3 credits14 students?CI 510Top: Reggio Emilia Study Tour3 credits8 students?CI 551Student Teaching 2: ECE15 credits10 students?CI 553Student Teaching 2: Elem15 credits12 students?CI 510Top: Waking Giants-Big Ideas Pro Dev 3 credits9 studentsWinter 2008?CI 410/576Equity and Cultural Diversity in ECE3 credits14 students?CI 515Reflective Practitioner2 credits 23 students?CI 553Student Teaching 1: Elem6 credits 13 students?CI 551Student Teaching 1: ECE6 credits10 students?CI 510Top: Big Ideas in Child Ed1 credit9 studentsFall 2007?CI 410/510Learning Designs in ECE3 credits 15 students2000-2006 Instructor, Portland State University2004-2006CI 510Document Young Child Learn3 credits2002-2006CI 410/510Learning Designs: ECE Envir3 credits2000-2006CI 514Multicultural and Urban Education3 credits1999-2006CI 476/576Equity and Cult Div in ECE3 credits2006-2006CI 513Instruction and Technology2 credits2006CI 473/573Language and Literacy in ECE3 credits2006CI 410/510ECE Seminar 1 credit2004-2005CI 510Doc and the Dig Camera1 credit2004CI 571Play: The Constructivist Model3 credits2003CI 570Child Development and Ed3 credits2000CI 240Introduction to ECE3 creditsAdditional Teaching Field Supervision (Portland State University)Students PlacementGTEP CohortYear10 GTEP StudentsDavis/Salish Ponds/SojournerECE/Elem2008-0912 GTEP StudentsDavis/Emerson/MLCECE/Elem2007-08Bonnie ReddHelen Gordon CenterECESu 2005Julie ChristensonHelen Gordon CenterECESp 2006 Advisor for Doctoral Dissertations, Exams and Papers1 Doctoral Student (2017). CI Dissertation Proposal Chair-Guyon1 Doctoral Student (2016). CI: Core Exam Chair-Guyon1 Doctoral Student (2015). CI: Dissertation Proposal Chair-Aldama1 Doctoral Student (2014). CI: Dissertation Proposal Committee member-Statman-Weil1 Doctoral Student (2014). CI: Dissertation Final Chair-Anderson 1 Doctoral Student (2013). CI: Dissertation Final Chair-Millan1 Doctoral Student (2013). CI: Dissertation Proposal Chair-Anderson1 Doctoral Student (2013). CI: Dissertation Final Committee member-Porter1 Doctoral Student (2012). CI: Core Exam Committee Chair-Anderson1 Doctoral Student (2012). CI: Dissertation Proposal Chair-Millan1 Doctoral Student (2012). CI: Dissertation Final Committee member-Porter1 Doctoral Student (2012). CI: Dissertation Final Committee member-Murray1 Doctoral Student (2011). CI: Dissertation Proposal Committee member-Murray1 Doctoral Student (2011). CI: Dissertation Proposal Committee member-Porter1 Doctoral Student (2010). CI: Specialty Exam Committee Chair-Millan1 Doctoral Student (2010). CI: Core Exam Committee Chair-MillanAdvisor for Master’s Projects, Thesis and Exams21 Master’s in ECE Students (2016). Curriculum and Instruction Atcion Res Projects.12 Master’s in ECE/CI Students (2015). Curriculum and Instruction Action Res Projects.Arias, Bianca (2015). Honors Program Undergraduate Thesis Advisor.15 Master’s in ECE/CI Students (2014). Curriculum and Instruction Action Res Projects.14 Master’s in ECE/CI Students (2013). Curriculum and Instruction Action Res Projects.7 Master’s in ECE/CI Students (2012). Curriculum and Instruction Action Res Projects.20 Master’s in ECE Students (2011). Curriculum and Instruction Action Res Projects.15 Master’s in ECE Students (2010). Curriculum and Instruction Action Res Projects.9 Master’s in ECE Students (2009). Curriculum and Instruction Action Res Projects.6 Master’s in ECE Spec Students (2008). Curriculum and Instruction Action Res Projects.5 Master’s in ECE Spec Students (2007). Curriculum and Instruction Action Res Projects.Restrepro, Cynthia. (2005). Biology Department (MST) Master’s Exams committee.Arsirawajona, Pareena (2004). EPFA Department (MA) Master’s Action Research: Child Centered Activities and Teacher Strategies that Facilitate Pre-k LiteracyHuang, Ching-Chi.(2004). EPFA Department (MA) Master’s Action ResearchDoctoral Student AdvisingSarah Guyon. (2015-present). Graduate School of Education-Portland State University.Michelle Aldama-Shaw. (2012-present). Graduate School of Education-Portland State Univ.Ingrid Anderson. (2010-2014). Graduate School of Education-Portland State UniversityJennifer Millan. (2008-2013). Graduate School of Education-Portland State University Master’s Student AdvisingMA/MS in Early Childhood: Inclusive Education and Curriculum and Instruction35 Students, ongoing2014-2015MA/MS Curriculum and Instruction: Early Childhood Education Specialization40 Students, ongoing2014-2015Sabbatical 2013-201465 Students, ongoing2012-201345 Students, ongoing2011-201248 Students, ongoing2010-201140 Students, ongoing2009-1010 students graduated2009 15 students graduated2008 9 students graduated2007 MEd. + General Education License: Graduate Teacher Education Program 19 Students, graduated 200923 Students, graduated2008MA/MS Curriculum and Instruction3 Students, ongoing2008-12Other Community Outreach AchievementsConsultation and LiaisonshipsConsultant. (2017). Central and Eastern European Schools Association. Keynote and Workshop.Consultant. (2016). Vancouver BC Bernaby School District. Workshops. Consultant. (2016). The Dalles Early Learning Center. Keynote and Workshop.Consultant. (2015). Houston Bright Beginnings/United Way 35 Early Childhood Schools. Keynote and 5 days of Workshops (2x a year—February and August)Consultant. (2014). Houston Bright Beginnings/United Way 21 Early Childhood Schools. Keynote and 5 days of workshops Consultant. (2013). Mid-Pac Institute and University of Hawaii. Keynote and Workshop.Consultant. (2012). Wyoming Foundations School 2-day Professional Development.Consultant. (2011). Albina Head Start Workshop.Consultant. (2009). Neighborhood House Oregon Pre-Kindergarten Workshop. Consultant. (2008). Mentor Graphics Child Development Center Workshop. Consultant. (2008). Churchill High School Child Care Center Workshops.Consultant. (2008). Neighborhood House Workshop. Consultant. (2007). Clark College Environment Group.Consultant. (2004-2005). Scrap, Senior Capstone: Study of reuse materials. Community Liaison. (2004). Young Audiences, PSU’s Graduate Teacher Education Program (GTEP), and the Helen Gordon Center kindergarten program.Adjunct Faculty Liaison. (2003). Forest Grove Children’s Fair, Pacific University.Guest Lectures (Portland State University)Gradate School of Education Child Development Presentation, Initial Teacher Preparation Program, ITP 536: Learning and Development, June 2015.Gradate School of Education Doctoral Proseminar Presentation, Education Leadership Doctoral Program, ED 660: Doc Proseminar, March 2015.Graduate School of Education Doctoral Research Presentation, Education Leadership Doctoral Program, ED 660: Research Paradigms and Methods, October 2012.Graduate School of Education Doctoral Research Presentation, Education Leadership Doctoral Program, ED 660: Research Paradigms and Methods, October 2011.Graduate School of Education Doctoral Research Presentation, Education Leadership Doctoral Program, ED 660: Research Paradigms and Methods, October 2010.Early Childhood Education Master’s Specialization Presentation, Child and Family Studies, CFS 494: Professional Development Seminar, November, 2009.Health Education Presenter, Health Psychology, PSY 571: Health Promotion for Children and Youth: School Programs, April, 2009.Health Education Presenter, Health Psychology, PSY 571: Health Promotion for Children and Youth: School Programs, October, 2007.Health Education Presenter, Health Psychology, PSY 571: Health Promotion for Children and Youth: School Programs, October, 2006.Child & Family Studies Presenter, Community Resource and Family Support, CFS 493: Developing family and community support through the representative arts, November, 2005.Health Education Presenter, Health Psychology, PSY 571: Health Promotion for Children and Youth: School Programs, October, 2005.Curriculum & Instruction Presenter, Play: Early Childhood Curriculum, CI 570: Implications of Reggio Emilia Inspiration, January, 2004.Child & Family Studies Presenter, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Children and Families, CFS 497: The role of men in early childhood education, October, 1999.Curriculum & Instruction Presenter, Young Child as Scientist, CI 510: The Reggio Emilia approach in early childhood education, October, 1999.Scholarly Works in ProgressResearch Journal Articles under Blind ReviewPanrell, W., and Quintero, E. Living in and learning with documentation: Early childhood experiences of learning. Submitted to Journal of Early Childhood Research. Sept 2017.Parnell, W. Searching for streams of identity: Making meaning of student teacher experiences. Submitted to Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education. Sept 2017.Research Journal Articles in ProgressParnell, W. The everyday moments are extra-ordinary: Student teachers in Reggio Emilia. To be submitted to Journal of Early Childhood Research, Fall, 2018.Parnell, W. The language of drama in early childhood: The meaning is in our acting it out! To be submitted to International Journal of Early Childhood, Fall, 2018.Research Presentations in ProgressParnell, W. & Quintero, E. (In Progress). Living in and learning with documentation: Early childhood experiences of learning. American Educational Research Association, NY: NY. Significant Professional Development ActivitiesEarly Childhood Reggio-inspired Semi-Annual Consultant. (2014-2016). Capacity: United Way Bright Beginnings Consultant for 35 Houston early childhood schools, women’s shelters, and homeless family shelters.Early Childhood Architectural Design Consultant. (2010-2012). Capacity: GBD Architects Portland Community College Children’s School Design Project.Child Development and Family Services Advisory Board Member. (2009-11). Capacity: Faculty liaison and consultant for expansion of child care services on campus. Architectural Design Consultant. (2005). Vancouver Cascadia Community and Children’s Center Project. Faculty Consultant Advisory Member. (2001-2006). Portland Community College: Re-accreditation of Early Childhood Education Department Program. CO-Consultant (Jan-May 2000). IBM-Sequent Learning Center: Constructivism, the Reggio Emilia approach, documentation of children’s work, and anti-bias education. Consultant (1999-2002). Spencer View Family Co-op Center: Curriculum development, documentation, constructivist curriculum, and multiple intelligences. Consultant. (1999-2000). Head Start Neighborhood OPK: The project approach, emergent curriculum, and family involvement. Consultant. (September 1999). Living Enrichment Center: Curriculum development, documentation, the Reggio Emilia approach, constructivist curriculum, self-actualization and multiple intelligences. Governance and Other Professionally Related Service Governance Activities for the University, College, DepartmentUniversity-Portland State UniversityCo-Chair. (2016-Present). PSU Provost’s Council on Early Childhood Education.Member. (2014-2016). PSU Provost’s Council on Early Childhood Education.Member. (2012-13). PSU Early Childhood Education Research Committee. Member. (2011-12). PSU Architectural Team for Child Care Space Allocation Feasibility Study.Member. (2011-12). PSU Presidential Task Force on Child Development and Family Services.Chair. (2007-2016). HGC Professional Development Days Conference Committee.Chair. (2007-2013). CDFS Art and Curriculum Fair Committee.Chair. (2007-2008). HGCDC Studio Teacher Hiring Committee.Chair. (2007-2008). HGCDC Documentation Studio Design Committee. Team Member (1998). PSU Student Development Committee, Design and Creation of ASPSU Children’s Center. Advisory Board Member. (1997-2010). PSU Child Development and Family Services. Graduate School of Education, Portland State UniversityMember. (2015-16). Promotion and Tenure Committee.Alternate Member. (2014-15). Promotion and Tenure Committee.Member. (2012-13). GSE Early Childhood Research Committee. Member. (2012-present). GSE Building and Environments Committee. Member. (2009-2011). Program and Policy Committee.Coordinator. (2007-2009). GSE Environments Task Force.Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Portland State UniversityCoordinator. (2012-2013). Early Childhood/Elementary Graduate Teacher Education Program.Coordinator. (2011-2012). MA/MS Curriculum and Instruction Curriculum Committee.Member. (2007-2016). Graduate Teacher Education Curriculum Committee.Member. (2007-2009). ECE Professor Tenure-Track Faculty Hiring Committee. Coordinator. (2006-2016). Master’s in Early Childhood Education and Specialization.Member. (2006-2011). MA/MS Curriculum and Instruction Curriculum Committee. Member. (2006-2008). Literacy/Reading Endorsement CommitteeMember. (2005). Curriculum and Instruction Leadership CouncilMember. (2000-2002). Continuing Ed: Early Childhood Education Leadership Series Advisory Committee.International, National, and Regional Governance and LeadershipVice President. (2015-2017). National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators.Significant Interest Group (SIG) Chair. (2014-2017). American Educational Research Association, Critical Perspectives in Early Childhood Education SIG.Co-Chair of Awards. (2014-2016). National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators. Special Editor. (2012). Series on Phenomenology in Early Childhood Education. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology: National Inquiry Services Centre Journals.Editorial Reviewer. (2012-Present). Journal of Early Childhood Research.Region 10 Board Representative. (2011-2014). National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators.Member. (2010-2012). Portland Wonder of Learning Exhibit, Program Planning Committee.Editorial Reviewer. (2010-Present). Early Childhood Research Quarterly.Founding Board Member. (2009-present). Renaissance School for the Arts and Sciences.Member. (2008-present). International Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education, Program Planning Committee.President. (2008-present). Portland Children and Remida Portland, ECE Portland Planning Committee.Secretary. (2006-2012). The Emerson School Board. Board Member. (2009-2010). The American Childhood Enhancement Society Board. Membership and Communications Coordinator. (2003-2010). Reggio Inspiration Network. Advisory Member. (2001-2007). Portland Community College: Re-accreditation of Early Childhood Education Department Program.Fall Conference Co-Coordinator. (2000). Oregon Association for the Education of Young Children. Council Secretary. (1999-2002). Oregon Reggio Network.Co-Coordinator of Facilities and Conference Planning. (1999). Western States Leadership Network Conference.Memberships in Professional Societies and Academic AssociationsReconceptualizing Early Childhood Education Program Planning Committee member, 2007-PresentAssociation of Childhood Education International, 2007-2010National Association for Early Childhood Teacher Educators, 2005-PresentNorth American Reggio Emilia Alliance, 2003-PresentReggio Inspiration Network Membership and Communications Coordinator, 2001-2010Oregon Association of Child Care Directors, 1997-2007National Association for the Education of Young Children, 1995-PresentOregon Association for the Education of Young Children, 1995-Present ................
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