Dr. Sid T. Womack's ATU Home Page


Office: Crabaugh 211
(479) 968-0423
Fax: (479) 964-0811


Fall 2014 office hours:

8- 10 and 3-4 Mondays and Wednesdays. I am typically in the office much more than these official office hours. Most days, drop-in visits are acceptable.

Womack explains data








I can fly! Well, no, but at least I can explain the data.

Womack presents at MSERA

I had two presentations at the 2013 meeting of the Mid-South Educational Research Association in Pensacola,
Florida, in November.

Dr. Womack presents at other conferences

Womack at one of 62 state, regional, national, or international presentations.

Photos above are of presentations at several state, regional, and international-level conventions. Additionally, I and four other profs have just finished a book on teamwork among public school educators, given some recently found labor and economic factors. Another book on the first year experiences of successful superintendents was published last year.

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After a lot of scholarly production during the past five years, this year I am paying much more attention to my classroom teaching. I love the classroom and love living in a world of ideas. There are two studies that I and my colleagues are trying to publish this year. I am finishing out terms on several committees.

In the undergraduate programs, each faculty member makes contributions to the eventual makeup of every student who goes through teacher education. For secondary education, my contributions include some background in diversity (SEED4052) and school law, history and philosophy of education, and content area reading (SEED4503). In graduate school, I teach a basic research course, EDFD/MAT6003. All are passionate subjects of mine.

This year's activities are consistent with those of someone who may be anticipating retirement fairly soon. I want to give my students the best "fair shake" on the classroom teaching that I can. What I do in the classroom will exist well beyond my career or my lifetime. I see things that I do that someone taught me way back in the 70s or 80s. My students may be talking about my ideas--whether they agree with them or not--past 2050.

Scholarship Interests:

  • Publishing a study on which parts of lesson planning have the greatest impact on student learning
  • Publishing a study on the correlation between money spent per-student and academic achievement (yes, there is a substantial association!)


  • Service interests:
  • Graduate Council member -- having a busy year
  • Catastrophic Leave Committee member since 2000.
  • Several school and departmental committees
  • Dover Chamber of Commerce--board member, webmaster, Ozark Memories Day chairperson, president for 2014.

    Interested in my professional background? Please see my vita for more details.

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