I.          EDUCATION

 

            B. M. Ed., Music Education, Abilene Christian College, August 1972

M.  Ed., Elementary Education, Sam Houston State University, August 1974

Ph. D., Educational Curriculum and Instruction (Elementary Education Emphasis), Texas A & M University, May 1979

            Additional graduate work in educational administration at Southeastern Oklahoma

State University, 1983, culminating in principalship certificates for elementary and secondary

            Additional graduate work in educational administration at Sam Houston State

University, 1985, culminating in Texas Professional Mid-Management certification in 1985

 

II.         Certifications relevant to courses I teach

 

            A.        Texas

                        1.   Provisional High School Music               Life                 08/01/72

                        2.  Provisional Mentally Retarded                 Life                 12/01/73

                        3.  Provisional Elementary (Grades 1-8)       Life                 05/29/75

                        4.  Professional Supervisor                            Life                 12/15/77

                        5.  Provisional High School Psychology       Life                 06/11/78

                        6.  Provisional Elementary Psychology         Life                 06/11/78

                        7.  Provisional H. S. Generic Special Ed.      Life                 06/07/84

                        8.  Provisional Elementary Gen. Spec. Ed.    Life                 06/07/84

                        9.  Professional Mid-management Admin.    Life                 12/14/85

                      10.  Provisional Early Childhood Ed-Handi-   Life                 04.06/89

                                    Capped child

 

            B.        Oklahoma

                        1.  Elementary education                               Provisional     03/01/83

                        2.  Elementary principal                                 Provisional     03/01/83

                        3.  Secondary principal                                  Provisional     03/01/83

                        4.  Music Theory elementary & secondary   Standard          03/01/83

                        5.  Elementary/Secondary instrum. Music    Standard          03/01/83

                        6.  Elementary/Secondary mentally retarded Standard          03/01/83

           

III.       Relevant Professional memberships

            A.  Phi Delta Kappa—was chapter president for 8 mostly contiguous years

            B.  Arkansas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education

            C.  Arkansas Association for Teacher Education

           

IV.       Date of initial appointment at Arkansas Tech University--August 16, 1986           

            Retired June 30, 2015 as full professor

V.        PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

            Band director, grades 6‑12, Trinity, Texas, 1972‑74

            Special Education Vocational Adjustment Coordinator, Madisonville, Texas, 1974‑75

Fourth grade teacher, Madisonville, Texas, 1975‑76

            Graduate assistant, Department of Educational Curriculum and Instruction, Texas

A&M University, August 1976‑January 1979. 

            Visiting Lecturer, January 1979‑May 1979.  Supervision of student teachers,

assistance to TAMU faculty in research, statistics,  research design, mainframe computer programming and operations.

            Coordinator of Instructional Materials and Services, International Training Division,

Texas Engineering Extension System of the Texas A&M University System, 1979-80.   Students from Saudi Arabia.

            Academic Instructor, grades 7‑12, Neal Alternative School, Bryan Independent

School District, Bryan, Texas, 1980‑81.

            Assistant Professor of Elementary and Special Education, Southeastern Oklahoma State


University, Durant, Oklahoma, May 1981‑May 1983.  Reduced In Force May 1983.

            Special Services teacher (emotionally disturbed/behavior disordered), grades 9‑12,

 McAlester Independent School District, McAlester, Oklahoma, 1983‑84. 

            Special Services teacher (emotionally disturbed), grades 7‑12, Stephen F. Austin Jr. High School and Neal campus, 1984‑86.   One year as an acting principal.

            Assistant Professor of Secondary Education, Arkansas Tech University, 1986‑1992.

Taught courses in media, exceptionalities, research, curriculum development, tests and

measurements, and educational psychology; supervised student teachers.

            Associate Professor of Secondary Education, Arkansas Tech University,

 1992‑2004.  Taught same courses as assistant professor plus several new ones in elementary education.  Advised approximately 50 students per semester.  NCATE data manager for the teacher education unit for several years.  Coordinator for the Master’s degree in Instructional Improvement from its beginning in 1998 to 2014.

            Professor of Secondary Education, 2004-present.  Taught courses in secondary education; at-risk and special education, early childhood, and middle level education.  Faculty Senate, University Curriculum Committee, University Promotion and Tenure Committee, Professional Development Committee (first chair of the new committee).  Webmaster for NCATE electronic exhibits for the School 2004 - 2010.

            In 34 years of teacher education at Texas A&M University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, and Arkansas Tech University, I have taught over 6,000 undergraduate and graduate teacher education students.  Those students, if they had all been elementary education majors and had all had self-contained classrooms of 25 children for average careers of 10 years, would have been enough teachers for 1,500,000 children.  In fact, the majority of my teacher education students were secondary majors and were looking forward to around 150 students each day.

           

 

VI.       SCHOLARSHIP

            A.  Books

1.  Womack, S.  (2002).  The History of Southern Christian Home.   Delight, Arkansas:  Gospel Light Publications.  Book was refereed by the board of directors of Southern Christian Home.

2.  Roberts, K.,  Womack, S. T. & Hanna, S. L.  (2012).  The First Year Experiences of Successful New School Superintendents.  Refereed and accepted by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., Lanham, Maryland, ISBN 978-1-61048-709-2.

            3.  Womack, S. T., Hanna, S. L., Pepper, S. Ibrahim, M., & Woodall, P.  (2013).  From Teamwork to Excellence:  Labor and Economic Factors Affecting Educators.  Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. Lanham, Maryland.  ISBN 978-1-4758-0741-7

 

            B.  Chapters or Portions of Professional Books

            1.  Womack, S. (1990).  “Modes of instruction”   in Teaching Today in Elementary School,

J. M. Palardy, ed.  Lanham, MD: University Press of America.


            2.  Womack, S. T. (1996).  “Modes of instruction” of The Clearing House 62, 205‑210 is

quoted extensively and/or used as an organizing instrument of chapter 15 of Foundations of

American Education 2nd ed.  by Webb, L.  D., Meth, A., & Jordan, K. F.  Englewood Cliffs,

N. J.: Prentice‑Hall.

            3.  Womack, S. T. (1998).  “Modes of instruction” of The Clearing House 62, 205‑210 is

quoted extensively and/or used as an organizing instrument of chapter 11 of Adapting

Instruction to Accommodate Students in Inclusive Settings (3rd ed.) by Judy Wood of Virginia Commonwealth University.  Columbus, Ohio: New Jersey: Merrill.

4.  Womack, S. T. (2002).  “Modes of instruction” of The Clearing House 62, 205‑210 is

quoted extensively and/or used as an organizing instrument of chapter 12 of Adapting

Instruction to Accommodate Students in Inclusive Settings (4th ed.) by Judy Wood of Virginia Commonwealth University.   New Jersey:  Merrill

            5.  Womack, S. T.  & Chandler, B. J.  (1992).  “Encouraging reading for professional

Development",  Journal of Reading, 35 (5),  390‑394, is quoted in Trelease on Reading  copyright 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 by Jim Trelease and Reading Tree Productions, copyright 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005.   Retrieved February 20, 2006 at http://www.trelease-on-reading.com/whatsnu_morrie.html  under the search term of "At-risk students and at-risk teachers."

 

       C.  Articles in refereed journals

            1.  Womack, S., & Morris, J.  (1979).  Butterflies, bugs, and supervising teachers.  The Clearing House, 53 (4), 181‑182.

            2.  Womack, S., & Morris, J. (1980). Relationship of leadership styles of secondary

student teachers to learner achievement.  The Southern Journal of Educational Research, 14 (3), 177‑190.

            3.  Womack, S.  (1980).  Law enforcement education on an international scale.

Southwestern Law Journal, 25, (1).

            4.  Womack, S., Traweek, E., and Williams, L. (1981). An innovative approach to

 preventing delinquency through the secondary school.  Southwestern Law Journal, 26 (4), 45‑48.

            5.  Womack, S., & Morris, J.  (1981).  Expressed values of rural and urban youth. 

Washington, D. C.: ERIC Clearing House on Teacher Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction

Service No. ED199 237)

            6.  Womack, S. (1981).  The care and feeding of visiting teachers.  Washington, D.C.:

ERIC Clearing House on Teacher Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED205 499)

            7.  Womack, S. (1981).  Differences in commitment to societal components between

three age groups.  Boulder, Colorado:   ERIC Clearing House on Social Studies/Social Science Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No.  ED213 621)

            8.  Womack, S., & King, D. (1982). Some disciplinary bonuses for individualized

 reading.  The Oklahoma Reader, 17 (2), 16‑18.

            9.  Womack, S., & Cunningham, J. (1982). The case for intensified safety education in

the elementary grades.  Urbana, Illinois:  ERIC Clearing House on Elementary and Early

Childhood Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. PS012 752)

            10.  Womack, S., & King, R. (1982).  A case for citizenship education in the early years.

 Boulder, Colorado:  ERIC Clearing House on Social Studies/Social Science Education. 

(ERIC Document Reproduction Service No.  ED220 357)

            11.  Brandenberger, J., & Womack, S.  (1982).  Division of labor in a special team

 teaching situation.  The Clearing House, 55 (5), 229‑230.

            12.  Womack, S. (1982).   Individualized instruction, discipline, and behavior modification

in an alternative school environment.  Washington, D.C.: ERIC Clearing House on Teacher

Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No.  ED209 184)

            13.  Womack, S., King, D., & Womack, K. (1983). Increasing time on task.  The

Oklahoma Reader, 18(1), 7‑9.

            14.  Womack, S., & King, D. (1983). Strategies for teaching listening skills.  The Clearing House, 56 (7), 310‑311.

            15.  Womack, S.  (1983).  Suggestions from student teachers.  Boulder, Colorado:

ERIC/CHESS Clearing House for Social Studies / Social Science Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No.  ED240 050)

            16.  Womack, S. (1983). Structure for learning/structure for discipline.  The Reading

 Teacher, 36 (9), 923.

            17.  Womack, S., & Womack, K.  (1983).  Adapted physical education for emotionally

disturbed children and learning disabled children. Boulder, Colorado: ERIC/CHESS  Clearing House on Social Studies/Social Science Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED227 067)

            18.  King, D., & Womack, S.  (1983).  Instructional stacking: More flavors than vanilla.  The

Oklahoma Reader.

            19.  King, D., McCoy‑Fox, E., & Womack, S.  (1983).  Up with spelling‑down with the

 five day week.  The Oklahoma Reader, 18 (3).

            20.  McDonald, B., Parker, J., & Womack, S.  (1983).  Improving comprehension

 through oral rereading.  The Oklahoma Reader, 18 (2).

            21.  Willis, J., & Womack, S.  (1983).  The throwaway child.  Southwestern Law Journal, 27

(4).

            22.  Willis, J., & Womack, S.  (1983).  Back to the bottle ‑a  kid's game.  Southwestern

Law Journal, 28 (2).

            23.  Willis, J., & Womack, S.  (1983).  As far right as we can go?.  Southwestern Law

Journal, 28 (2).

            24.  Womack, K., & Womack, S.  (1983).  How to integrate a token economy with

individualized instruction.  The Oklahoma Reader, 19 (1).

            25.  Womack, S.  (1983).  How to stop those kids from talking back.  The Clearing


 House, 56 (5).

            26.  King, D., Womack, K., & Womack, S.  (1984).  The four r's or the three r's?.  The

Oklahoma Reader, 19 (2).

            27.  Womack, S..  (1987).  How to maximize the use of a teacher's aide.  The Oklahoma Reader, 22 (7).

            28.  Womack, S.  (1987).  How to maximize the use of a  teacher's aide.  The Clearing

House, 60 (7).

            29.  Womack, S.  (1989).  Modes of instruction.  The Clearing House, 62 (5).

            30.  Womack, S.  (1990).  Why computer‑assisted instruction works.  The Oklahoma

 Reader, 25 (2), 7‑8.

            31.  Womack, S.  (1990).  Modes of instruction.  Arkansas Social Studies Teacher,

15 (3), 5‑15.

            32.  Womack, S.  (1990).  No extra charge.  The American School Board Journal, 177

 (7), 34, 37.

            33.  Womack, S.  (1990).  No extra charge.  CTA Action, 29 (2),  28.

            34.  Womack, S.  (1991).  Who says teachers only work from 8: 30 to 3: 30?  North

Carolina Education, 21 (3), 16‑17.

            35.  Womack, S.  (1991).  Butterflies, bugs, and supervising teachers, revisited. 

Washington, D. C.:  ERIC Clearinghouse on Teacher Education.  (ERIC Document

Reproduction Service, ED327484)

            36.  Womack, S., & Womack, K.  (1991).  Common sense vs. reality.  Washington, D. C.:

ERIC Clearinghouse on Teacher Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service,

ED 338 570)

            37.  Womack, S.  (1992).  The myth of "being on grade level."   The Oklahoma Reader, 27

(2), 16‑18.

            38.  Womack, S.  (1992).  Demographics and attitudes of  Arkansas educators.  The

 Clearing House, 65 (3), 152‑155.

            39.  Womack, S. & Chandler, B. J.  (1992).  Encouraging reading for professional

development.  Journal of Reading, 35 (5),  390‑394.

            40.  Womack, S., & Chandler, B. J. (1992).   Encouraging reading for professional

development.  Sociological Abstracts.

            41.  Womack, S., & Ferguson, P.  (1993).  The impact of subject matter and education

coursework on teaching performance.  Journal of Teacher Education, 44 (1), 55‑63.  Cited in the 2001 Teacher Preparation Research: Current knowledge, Gaps, and Recommendations ( A Research Report Prepared for the U. S. Department of Education by the Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy in collaboration with Michigan State University) on pages 6, 7, 8, 11, 14, 39, and 77.

            42.  Womack, S., Fleniken, D., & Ferguson, P. (1993).  The impact of education

coursework on teaching performance.  In D. Fleniken & J. Bowman (eds.), Critical Issues in Education: An Arkansas Perspective, pp. 1‑16.  Little Rock: Arkansas Association of Colleges for Teacher  Education.

43.  Womack, S., & Womack, K.  (1994). Those terrible SAT scores!  The Oklahoma Reader, 29 (3), 17-18.

44.  Womack, S.  (1995).  Full inclusion.  The Oklahoma Reader, 30 (3), 7-13.

            45.  Womack, S.  (1997).  What action research is:  a review of the literature.

Washington, D. C.:  ERIC Clearinghouse on Teacher Education.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 414 255)

            46.  Womack, S.  (1998).  Distance learning:  a first effort for Arkansas Tech University.  Online:  Arkansas Special Education Resource Center, 11 (1),  4, 7.

            47.  Womack, S.  (1998).  My very own effective school.  The Oklahoma Reader, 33

 (2), 13‑14.

48.  Womack, S.  (2001).  SAT’s history.  The Oklahoma Reader, 36 (3), 9, 12.

49.  Womack, S.  (2002).  The relationship between resources and academic

achievement.  Eugene, Oregon:   ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management.   (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 456498).

            50.  Taylor, B., Zimmer, C., & Womack, S. (2005).  Strategies to prevent teacher stress and burnout.  ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED490663.

            51.  Patterson, C. L., Ramsey, B., & Womack, S.  (2005).  Student beliefs on the existence of bullying at a small, rural school in North Central Arkansas.  ERIC document Reproduction Service, ED490664.

52.  Womack, S., & Hanna, S. L.. (2010). The influence of a pre-reading strategy on college exam scores: An action study. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED508692).
            53.  Hanna, S., & Womack. S. (2010). Compressed video, lecture with textbook, and lecture without textbook: Influence on undergraduate student achievement. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED 510732).

54.  Womack, S., Hanna, S., Woodall, P., & Callaway, R.  (2011).  Process and product explanations for what works for LD and why.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED524165).

55.  Womack, S., Hanna, S., & Bell, C. D.  (2012).  Factor analysis of intern effectiveness.  Administrative Issues Journal, 2 (1), 146- 156. 

56.  Womack, S. T., Hanna, S. L., & Bell, C. D. (2012, March).  Factor analysis of intern

teaching effectiveness.  American Institute of Higher Education 7th International Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia.  Conference    Proceedings, p. 510-522.

            57.  Hanna, S. L., & Womack, S. (2012).  Mentorships in Higher Education.  American

Institute of Higher Education 7th International Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia.  Conference

Proceedings, p. 154-167.

            58.  Womack, S., Roberts, K., Hanna, S. L., Woodall, P., & Womack, K. K.  (2013).  Efficiencies and school district size in Arkansas.  UCEA Review, 54 (2), 1-4.

            59.  Woodall, P., Womack, S. T., & Hanna, S. L.  (2013).  How can special education

teachers redeem their time by navigating the documentation quagmire?  American

Institute of Higher Education 8thh International Conference, Niagra Falls, New York.  Conference Proceedings, p. 8.

            59.  Pepper, S., Womack, S., Hanna, S. L., & Bell, C. D. (2014).  Growth in intern

 pedagogical skills.  Arkansas Association of Teacher Educators Electronic Journal, 5 (1).

            60.  Womack, S., Roberts, K., Bell, C. D., & Womack, K.  (2015).  A cost-benefit analysis for per-student expenditures and academic achievement.   (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED553592).

            61.  Womack, S. T., Hanna, S. L., Callaway, R., Woodall, P.  (2015).  Intern performance in three supervisory models.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED554566).

            62.  Womack, S. T., Pepper, S., Hanna, S. L.,  Bell, C. D.  (2015).  Most effective practices in lesson planning.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, ED553616).

 

     D.  Refereed Presentations

 

            1.  Womack, S. T. (1988, April).  Modes of instruction.  Paper presented at the meeting of       the Arkansas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Little Rock.

            2.  Womack, S. T. (1988, October).   ED programs: Innovations work.  Paper presented at

                 the meeting of the Canadian Eighth Congress of the Council for Exceptional

                 Children, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 

            3.  Womack, S. T. (1989, October).  The impact of P. L. 99‑457 on selected Texas public

                 school units: A prediction for Arkansas education.  Paper presented at the meeting of

                 the Association of Teacher Educators Mid‑America Clinic, Kingston, Oklahoma.

 4.  Womack, S. T. (1990, March).   The statewide study on labor and economic factors    

      affecting teachers:  Directions for the future. Paper presented at the meeting of the     

      Oklahoma Conference on Advancement of Women in Higher Education,  Durant,

      Oklahoma. 

            5.  Womack, S. T.  (1990, June).  The hidden education economy in Arkansas: The

                 statewide study.  Paper presented at the meeting of  the Arkansas Association for

                 Supervision and Curriculum Development,  Hot Springs, Arkansas. 

            6.  Womack, S. T.  (1991, November).  Demographics and Attitudes of Arkansas

                 Educators.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Region of the    

                 Association of Teacher Educators,  Little Rock, Arkansas. 

            7.  Womack, S. T., & Ferguson, P.  (1992, April). The Impact of Education Coursework

                 on Teaching Performance.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas

                Association of Teacher Educators, Little Rock, Arkansas.

            8.  Womack, S., Calvery, R., Sheets, G., & Bell, D.  (1994, October), Making the

                 difference:  An analysis of Arkansas schools.  Paper presented at the meeting of the

                 Arkansas Association of Teacher Educators/Arkansas Association of Colleges of

                Teacher Education, Little Rock, Arkansas.

            9.  Womack, S., Ferguson, P., Henson, S., Roach, P., & Salmeri., E. (1994, October 18).

                 Self‑efficacy as a measure of success in student teaching.  Paper presented at the

                 meeting of the Arkansas ATE/AACTE Fall Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas.

            10. Womack, S., Morgan, G., & Sanders, P.  (1994, October).  Teacher education:

                  Does  the use of regular or adjunct faculty for supervision make a difference in

                 performance?  Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas ATE/AACTE Fall

                 Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas.

            11.  Womack, S., Taylor, D., & Paul, R.  (1995, October) .   Efficiencies and

                  characteristics of Arkansas school districts.  Paper presented at the meeting of the

                  Association of Teacher Educators, Little Rock, Arkansas.

            12.  Womack, S., Taylor, D., & Paul, R.  (1995, December).  A special presentation on

                   school finance and other education issues for Lt. Governor Mike Huckabee, Little

                  Rock, Arkansas.  As a result of this and the following two presentations, the school

                  Funding formula was altered to what it is now in Arkansas.

            13.  Womack, S., & Taylor, D.  (1996, February). A special presentation to the Office

                   of Governor Jim Guy Tucker and also the State Department of Education (Mr. Gene

                  Wilhoit and others) on mental age, the normal curve of intelligence, and its relation

                  to  achievement in algebra I statewide: A policy suggestion.  Little Rock, Arkansas.

14.  Womack, S. (1999, April).   A cost-benefit analysis for education in Arkansas. 

       A paper presented at a meeting of the Arkansas Association of Colleges for Teacher

       Education/Association of Teacher Educators, Little Rock, Arkansas.

15.  Womack, S.  (2001, April).  AR-CEC fall conference, November 8-9, 2001.  The efficacy

       of a deans’ symposium in promoting inclusion.  Paper presented at the meeting of the             Arkansas Council for Exceptional Children, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

16.  Womack, S. T. (2001, November).  SRATE fall conference, November 11-16, 2001. 

       Using technology to facilitate student learning in teacher education courses.  A paper

       presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Region Association of Teacher Educators,

      Corpus Christi, Texas.

17.  Womack, S. T., Lybyer, M., Roach, P. & Zimmer, C.  (2002, November).    The

       effectiveness of positive discipline in classroom management.   Paper presented at the

       meeting of the Southeastern Region Association of Teacher Educators, Hot Springs,

      Arkansas.

18.  Ramsey, B. L., Womack, S., Bell, D., & Wilson, J. B. (2002, November)  Reading            help  in all subject areas.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Region

      Association of Teacher Educators, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

19.  Womack, S.  AR-CEC Fall conference, (2002, November).  Using technology to

       teach special education coursework to college students.   Paper presented at the

       meeting of the Arkansas Council for Exceptional Children, Hot Springs, Arkansas.       

20.  Taylor, B, Zimmer, C., & Womack, S.  (2004, April).  Teacher beliefs regarding the

       causes of teacher stress and burnout.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas

       Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

21.  Patterson, C., Ramsey, B., & Womack, S.  (2004, April).  Student beliefs on the

       existence of bullying at a small, rural school in North Central Arkansas.  Paper

       presented at the meeting of the Arkansas Association of Colleges of Teacher

       Education, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

22.  Womack, S., & Zimmer, C.  (2004, September).  Demographics and Attitudes of

      Arkansas Educators, Revisited.  Paper presented at the meeting of the  Arkansas

      Association of Teacher Educators at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia,

      Arkansas.

23.  Womack, S., Sheets, G., & Bell, C. D.  (2005, September).  Minding your

       accreditation P's and Q's.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas

       Association of Teacher Educators, Russellville, Arkansas.

24.  Womack, S., & Roberts, K.  (2009, April).  To adequately provide physical

       wellness to students, teachers need a proper environment.  Paper presented at the

       meeting of the Arkansas Association of Instructional Media, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

25.  Womack, S. &, Roberts, K.  (2009, June).  Using intergenerational research in

       supervision to optimize student learning.  Paper presented at the meeting of the

       Arkansas Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Hot Springs,

       Arkansas.

26.  Womack, S.,  Roberts, K., & Hanna, S. L. (2010, April).  Character is essential to

       leadership.  Paper presented to the Arkansas Association of Instructional Media, Hot

      Springs, Arkansas.

27.  Womack, S., Bell, C. D., & Sheets, G. (2010, September). Prediction of teaching

       performance from artifacts. Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas

      Association of Teacher Educators, Conway, Arkansas.

28.  Womack, S., Hanna, S., & Roberts, K. (2010, September). Character in leadership.

       Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas Association of Teacher Educators,

       Conway, Arkansas.

29.  Womack, S., Callaway, R., Woodall, P., & Hanna, S. (2010, September). What works

       for LD and why. Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas Association of

      Teacher Educators, Conway, Arkansas.

30.  Hanna, S., & Womack. S. (2010, September).  Compressed video, lecture with

       textbook, and lecture without textbook: Influence on undergraduate student

      achievement. Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas Association of Teacher

      Educators, Conway, Arkansas, September 24, 2010.

31.  Roberts, K., Hanna, S. L., & Womack, S. T. (2011, April).  The first-year

       experiences of two dozen successful superintendents.  Paper presented at the meeting

       of the Arkansas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Searcy, Arkansas.

32.  Hanna, S. L., Callaway, R., Woodall, P., & Womack, S. T.  (2011, April).  Intern

      teaching performance in three supervisory strategies.  Paper presented at the meeting

      of the Arkansas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Searcy, Arkansas.

33.  Roberts, K., Hanna, S. L., & Womack, S. T. (2011, April).  Stress reduction for

       school librarians.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas Association of

       Instructional Media, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

34.  Womack, S., Bell, C. D., & Sheets, G.  (2011, April).  Prediction of teaching

performance from artifacts.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas

Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Searcy, Arkansas.

35.  Womack, S., Hanna, S., & Roberts, K. (2011, September).  What kind of people

        become leaders in education?  What the data say . . . Paper presented at the meeting

        of the Arkansas Association of Teacher Educators, Clarksville, Arkansas.

36.  Hanna, S., Womack, S., & Hanna, C. D.  (2011, September).  Mentorships in higher

       education.   Paper presented at the meeting of the Arkansas Association of Teacher

       Educators, Clarksville, Arkansas.

36.  Womack, S., Hanna, S., & Bell, C. D.  (2011, September).  Most significant factors

        in effective teaching according to Praxis III-like assessment data.  Paper presented

       at the meeting of the Arkansas Association of Teacher Educators, Clarksville,

       Arkansas.

37.  Womack, S., & Bell, C. D.  (2011, October ).  How we prepare teachers:  Using

        artifacts to predict teaching performance.  Paper presented at the meeting of the

        Academy for Educational Studies, Kansas City, Missouri.

38.  Womack, S., & Bell, C. D. (2011, November).  Prediction of teaching performance

       from artifacts:  A nine-year study.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Mid-South

       Educational Research Association, Oxford, Mississippi.

39.  Hanna, S. L., & Womack, S. T. (2012, March).  Mentorships in higher education. 

       Paper presented at the 7th International Conference of the American Institute of

       Higher Education, Williamsburg, Virginia.

40.  Womack, S. T., Hanna, S. L., & Bell, C. D.  (2012, March).  Factor analysis of

       intern teaching effectiveness. Paper presented at the 7th International Conference of

       the American Institute of Higher Education, Williamsburg, Virginia.

41.  Hanna, S., Woodall, P., & Womack, S. T. (2012, April).  The third statewide study of

       labor and economic factors:  Administrators.  Paper presented at the meeting of the

      Arkansas Association for Colleges of Teacher Education, Conway, Arkansas.

42.  Womack, S. T., Hanna, S. L., Roberts, K., & Womack, K. K.  (2012, April).  Time

       demands on librarians:  The statewide study.  Paper presented at the Arkansas

       Association of Instructional Media, Rogers, Arkansas.

43.  Woodall, P., Womack, S., & Hanna, S. (2012).  How can special education teachers                       redeem their time by navigating the documentation quagmire?. American Institute

of Higher Education 8th International Conference, Niagara Falls, New York,

October 12, 2012.

44.  Hanna, S. L., Pepper, S., Bell, C. D., & Womack, S. T. (2012).  Most significant

        correlates with the lesson planning factor.  Paper presented at the 8th

        International Conference of the American Institute of Higher Education, Niagra

        Falls, New York.

45.  Womack, S. T.  (October 15-16, 2012).  Time wasters to all kinds of educators. 

        Paper presented at the 8th annual conference by the Academy for Educational

        Studies, Springfield, Missouri.  

46.   Hanna, S. L., Dixon, P., & Womack, S. T.  (October 15-16, 2012).  “Me” time: 

        Setting priorities and not giving up on them.  Paper presented at the 8th annual

        conference by the Academy for Educational Studies, Springfield, Missouri.     

47.   Hanna, S. L., Dixon, P., & Womack, S. T.  (October 24-27, 2012).  “Me” time: 

        Setting priorities and not giving up on them.  Paper presented at the annual

        meeting of the Southeastern Region of the Association of Teacher Educators,

        Little Rock, Arkansas.

48.   Womack, S. T. (October 27, 2012).  The effective use of the higher educator’s time.                               Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Region of the

         Association of Teacher Educators, Little Rock, Arkansas.

49.    Hanna, S. L., & Womack, S. T.  (November 7-9, 2012).  Most effective use of

         secondary teacher’s time.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Mid-

         South Educational Research Association, Lexington, Kentucky.

50.    Pepper, S., Hanna, S.L. Womack, S. T. Hanna, & Bell, D. (2012).  The most

         effective use of secondary teachers’ time. Mid-South Educational Research

         Association, Lexington, Kentucky, November 8, 2012

51.   Pepper, S., Womack, S. T., Hanna, S. L., & Bell, D.  (November 7-9, 2012). 

        Growth in interns’ pedagogical skills.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the

        Mid-South Educational Research Association, Lexington, Kentucky.

         52.   Womack, S., Pepper, S., Ibrahim, M., & Hanna, S. L.   (April, 2013).  The fortunes

                 that educators give to schools.  Paper presented to the Arkansas Association of

                 Colleges of Teacher Education, Philander Smith College in Little Rock.

         53.    Womack, S., Roberts, K., Womack, K., & Hanna, S. L.  (April,  2013). 

                  Fiscal efficiencies of various sizes of Arkansas school districts and implications

                 for school library media.  Arkansas Association of Instructional Media, Rogers,

                Arkansas.

            54.    Ibrahim, M., Hanna, S. L., Womack, S. T., Pepper, S., & Woodall, P.  (September,

                     2013).  How are Arkansas educators currently using technology?  Paper presented

                     at the Arkansas Association of Teacher Educators fall conference, Conway,

                    Arkansas.

         55.    Bell, C. D., & Womack, S. T.   (2013, October).  Most significant correlates with

                 the lesson planning factor.  Paper presented at the Southeastern Region of the

                 Association for Teacher Education, Sarasota, Florida.

         56.   Womack, S. T., Bell, C. D., Leggett, T., Costley, K., Carter, T.  (2013, October). 

                  Teacher effectiveness:  Using NCATE to achieve program brilliance.  Paper

                  presented at the Southeastern Region of the Association for Teacher Education,

                  Sarasota, Florida.

         57.   Womack, S. T., Bell, C. D., & Roberts, K.  (2013, November).  A cost-benefit

                  analysis for per-student revenues and expenditures and academic achievement. 

                  Paper presented at Mid-South Educational Research Association, Pensacola,

                  Florida.

         58.   Womack, S. T.  (2103, November).  Most effective practices in lesson

                    planning:  Quantitative analysis.  Paper presented at Mid-South Educational

                   Research           Association, Pensacola, Florida.

            59.  Womack, S. T., Bell, C. D., Roberts, K., Womack, K. K. (2014, April).  A cost-

                    benefit analysis for per-student expenditures and academic achievement.  Paper

                    presented at the Arkansas Association for Instructional Media, Ft. Smith, Arkansas.

            60.   Womack, S. T., Roberts, K., Hanna, S. L., Bell, C. D., & Hendricks, S. (2014,

                     April).  A cost-benefit analysis for per-student expenditures and academic

                     achievement.  Paper presented at the Arkansas Association of Colleges of Teacher

                     Education, Little Rock, Arkansas.

            61.    Pepper, S., Womack, S., Hanna, S. L., & Bell, C. D.  (September, 2014).  Growth in

                    intern pedagogical skills.  Paper presented at the Arkansas Association of Teacher

                    Educators, Russellville, Arkansas.

 

 

     E.  Invitational (paid) Book Reviews

 

            1.  Textbook consultant for Merrill Publishing Company for Curriculum Development:  A

Guide to Practice by Wiles and Bondi, fourth edition.

            2.  Textbook consultant for Merrill Publishing Company for another textbook on

curriculum development, May 1991.  Textbook was not published after I suggested it not be used.

            3.  Textbook consultant for Merrill Publishing Company for Curriculum: The Strategic

Key to Schooling.

            4.  Textbook consultant for Merrill Publishing Company for Transformative Curriculum

Leadership, April 1993.

            5.  Textbook consultant for Merrill Publishing Company for Curriculum Development:  A

Guide to Practice by Wiles and Bondi, fifth edition.

6.  Textbook consultant for McGraw-Hill Publishing Company for Adolescence,

eighth edition, by John Santrock, September 2001  

            7.  Textbook consultant for ABLongman Publishing Company for a prospective educational psychology textbook, June 2006.

            8.  Educational Psychology book for A. B. Longman, June 2006.  Was never given the exact title.

            9.  Wood, J.  (2007) Teaching students in inclusive settings:  Adapting and accommodating instruction.  (2007).  For Pearson-Merrill-Prentice-Hall. 

            8.  Texbook consultant for Rowman & Littlefield Publishing for a prospective textbook on higher education administration, April 2014.

 

     F.  Invitational lectures, seminars, and in-service programs

 

            1.  Centerville Public Schools, August l977, "Setting Goals and Objectives"

            2.  Caldwell Public Schools, January l978,  "Programs and Procedures in Student

Teacher Supervision"

            3.  Bryan Public Schools, January l978, "Programs and Procedures in Student Teacher

Supervision"

             4.  Centerville Public Schools, August l978, Five Day Workshop, "Curriculum

Development"


            5.   Bryan Public Schools, August l979, "Student Teacher  Supervision and Evaluation"

            6.   Brenham Public Schools, January l979, "Student Teacher Supervision and

Evaluation"

            7.   Centerville Public Schools, August l979, "Reading for High School Students"

            8.   Sam Houston Area Reading Council, Huntsville, Texas, February l980, "101 Ways

We Read"

            9.   Rockdale (Texas) Public Schools, April l980, "Motivation for Reading"

            10. Antlers, Oklahoma Public Schools, August l981, "Using Assertive Discipline to

Lower Teacher Stress"

            11. Silo, Oklahoma Public Schools, August l981, "Identifying Gifted and Talented

Students"

            12.  Kingston, Oklahoma Public Schools, August l981, "Assertive Discipline"

            13.  Bokchito, Oklahoma Public Schools, August l981, "Assertive Discipline"

            14.  Rattan, Oklahoma Public Schools, September l981, "Motivating Students K‑12"

            15.  Durant, Oklahoma Public Schools, November l981, "Educating  Emotionally

Disturbed Students"

            16.  Durant (Oklahoma) P.T.A., February l982, "Innovations in Alternative School

Education"

            17.  Durant, Oklahoma Public Schools, April l982, "Educational Programming for

Exceptional Children"

            18.  Wright City, Oklahoma Public Schools, October l982,  "Individualizing Instruction

 to Facilitate Mainstreaming"

            19.  Arkansas Tech University, August 1987,"Teaching Math to Learning Disabled

Students"

            20.  Danville, Arkansas, Danville Public Schools, August 1987,  "Teaching Critical

 Thinking Skills for Elementary Curricula"

            21.  Arkansas Tech University, President's Council for Leadership, October 1987,

"Research and Leadership Skills in an Academic Environment"

            22.  Russellville, Arkansas, Skills Training Center, August 1988, "Schedules of Positive

 Reinforcement"

            23.  Dardanelle, Arkansas, regular school board meeting, November 1989, "The Hidden

Education Economy in Arkansas."

            24.  Dardanelle, Arkansas, mentor teacher's meeting, March 5, 1990, "Meeting the Needs

of Mainstreamed Students."

            25.  Hot Springs, Arkansas, Arkansas Association for Supervision and Curriculum

Development, June 12‑13, 1990,  "The Hidden Education Economy In Arkansas: The Statewide Study."

            26.  Russellville, Arkansas, Faculty Lecture Series at Arkansas Tech University,

October 16, 1990, "The Real Arkansas Teacher."

27.  Dardanelle Elementary School, "Making Testing More User‑ Friendly," August  22, 1991

            28.  Delta Kappa Gamma.  "Restructuring and Arkansas Act 236."  AP& L Building,

April 19, 1993.

            29.  Womack, S., Taylor, D., & Paul, R.  Efficiencies and characteristics of Arkansas


school districts.  Lake Dardanelle Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, October 12, 1995.

30.  Womack, S.  Data-driven Decision Making.  London Elementary School, November 11, 1999.

31.  Womack, S.  The efficacy of a deans’ symposium in promoting inclusionary practices in teacher education.  Deans’ Symposium (Arkansas Department of Education), September 28, 2000.

32.  Russellville  Public Schools, May 29-30, 2001.  “Using Windows 98 Effectively.”

12 one-hour sessions with over 300 elementary and secondary teachers.

33.  Hart, R., Hart, P., Parsley, M., & Womack, S. T. (2006, December).  March of the avian flu.  Refereed paper presented at a meeting of the Pope County Medical Society, Russellville, Arkansas.

34.  Parsley, M., Dunn, J. F., & Womack, S. T.  (2007, March).  Prepared is not something you do . . . It's something you are.  Refereed paper presented at a meeting of the Pope County Medical Society, Russellville, Arkansas.

 

     G.  Research grants received.

            1.  "The Impact of Implementation of P. L. 99‑457 on Selected Texas Public Units:   A

Prediction for Arkansas Education." Funded through Arkansas Tech University, March 1989,

$441.28.

            2.  "The Hidden Education Economy In Arkansas."  Funded through Arkansas Tech

University, November 1990, $570.00.

            3.  "Helping Us Grow," co-author of grant for Friendship Services, Incorporated on an

Arkansas  Better Chance (ABC) grant,  funded July 1991 for $50, 062.

            4.  Wrote proposal to renew "Helping Us Grow" for 1992‑93.  Funded: $52, 500, June 1992.

            5.  Wrote proposal for eight voucher infants and toddlers for Friendship Services.

Funded August 1992:  $30, 000.

            6.  "MiChild Enrichment Center" grant renewal for infants, Friendship Services,

March 18, 1993.  Funded for $36, 839.

            7.  I spent 11 hours writing a grant for Friendship for an infant‑toddler program for

at‑risk children, particularly teen mothers.  Funded for $30, 000.

8.  Arkansas Better Chance grant renewal, Funded for $52, 000, March 1993.


9.  Deans’ Symposium subgrants, Arkansas Department of Education.  Funded for

$3, 000 in each of the years 2001 through 2010.

            10. Arkansas Tech University Professional Development grant for travel to Williamsburg, Virginia, to the 7th International Convention of the American Institute for Higher Education.  Funded for $1410.20, March 2012.

            11.  Arkansas Tech University Professional Development grant for travel to Pensacola, Florida, to the 41st Mid-South Educational Research Association annual convention.  Funded for $1243, October 2013.

 

     H.  Popular and creative writing--especially newspapers.

 

            1.  Womack, S.  (1989, November 14). Hidden factors burden teachers.  The Courier

Democrat.   pp. 1 & 3.

            2.  Womack, S.  (1989, November 15).  Teachers give to economy.  The Dardanelle

Post‑Dispatch.  p. 1.

            3.  Womack, S.  (1989, December 3).  The truth about teachers:  it's not what you think.

 The Arkansas Democrat.  pp. 1‑3H.

            4.  Womack, S.  (1989, November 14). Hidden factors burden teachers.  The Courier

Democrat.   pp. 1 & 3.

            5.  Womack, S.  (1989, November 23).  'U' and your child.'  The Courier Democrat. 

p. 4c.

            6.  Womack, S.  (1989, November 26).  Learning can happen anywhere.  The Courier

Democrat.  p. 3.

            7.  Womack, S.  (1989, December 6).  Teachers appreciate Democrat survey done.  The

Cabot Star‑Herald.  p. 2.

            8.  Womack, S.  (1989, December 10).  The good parts of school reform.  The Courier

Democrat.  p. 14.

            9.  Womack, S.  (1989, December 13).  What do the schools need to help the children? 

 The Courier Democrat.  p. 13.

            10.  Womack, S.  (1989, December 17).  You, teacher will disagree.  The Courier

Democrat.  p. 4c.

            11.  Womack, S.  (1989, December 24).  What our children do after the school day.  The

Courier Democrat.  p. 6b.

            12.  Womack, S.  (1989, December 31).  The new physical education.  The Courier

Democrat.  p. 3.

            13.  Womack, S.  (1990, January 7).  Exercise rare at school but the family can help.  The

Courier Democrat.  p. 11.

            14.  Womack, S.  (1990, January 28).  Special children 'teach'.   The Courier Democrat.

p. 5b.


            15.  Womack, S.  (1990, March 11).  50% of teachers to quit if relief slow, poll finds.

 The Arkansas Democrat.  Pp.1, 5B.

            16.  Womack, S.  (1990, March 8).  If conditions don't improve,  teachers leaving, poll

says.  The Arkansas Gazette. P.3B

            17.  Womack, S.  (1990, May 2).  Starting new handicap program studied.  The Courier

Democrat.  P.7A.

            18.  Womack, S. (1990, March 1990). Survey shows that half of teachers to leave

profession.  Arkansas Educator.  P.12.

            19.  Womack, S.  (1990, May 10).  Bugs, butterflies, and teachers.  The Courier

Democrat.  P.6.

            20.  Womack, S.  (1990, May 13).  Half of teachers to quit classroom.  The Courier

Democrat.  P. 10.

            21.  Womack, S.  (1990, May 20).  Tech program 'hooks' poor reader on books.  The

Courier Democrat.  P. 11.

            22.  Womack, S.  (1990, May 31).  Nine months enough!  The Courier Democrat.  P. 2.

            23.  Womack, S.  (1990, June 1).  How can "Yeah but" be viewed?  The Courier

Democrat.  P. 10.

            24.  Womack, S.  (1990, June 1).  U. S. spends less on its education.  The Courier

Democrat.  P. 10.

            25.  Womack, S.  (1990, June 3).  Tech program 'hooks' poor reader on books.  The

Arkansas Democrat.  P. 11.

            26.  Womack, S.  (1990, October 16).  Tech professor logs 50‑hour work week.  The

Arkansas Democrat.  P. 11b.

            27.  Womack, S.  (1990, October 7).  Do students really have grade level?  The Courier

Democrat.  p. 8.

            28.  Womack, S.  (1990, December 30).  The real waste in education.  The Courier

Democrat.  P. 10.

            29.  Womack, S.  (1991, January 7).  Teachers in next 'crop' older, serious, sincere.  The

Courier Democrat.  P. 5.

            30.  Womack, S.  (submitted September 1990).  Retention in  grade.  The Courier

Democrat.

            31.  Womack, S.  (1991, June 12).  Many teachers take break.  The Courier Democrat,

p. 7.

            32.  Womack, S.  (1991, March 6).  "I can't."  The Courier Democrat, p.5b.

            33.  Womack, S.  (1991, March 10).  Teacher on duty.  The Courier Democrat, p.  12a.

            34.  Womack, S.  (1991, March 20).  Teaching a child to read involves half‑dozen steps.

The Courier Democrat,  p. 8a.

            35.  Womack, S.  (submitted March 1991).  The seven cardinal principles.  The Courier

Democrat.

            36.  Womack, S.  (1991, September 1).  Sex education best at home.  The Courier

Democrat, p. 15.

            37.  Womack, S.  (1991, April 5).  Immunization rulings strange.  The Courier Democrat,

p. 7a.


            38.  Womack, S.  (1991, April 5).  Can school officials punish kid?  The Courier

Democrat, p. 13a.

            39.  Womack, S.  (1991, June 9).  Kids learn to learn at home.   The Courier Democrat,

p. 12.

            40.  Womack, S.  (1991, May 9).  Longer school year can't make kids learn.  The Courier

Democrat, p. 8a.

            41.  Womack, S., & Womack, K.K.  (1991, August 15).  Education is our choice.  The

Courier Democrat, p. 10c.

            42.  Womack, S., & Womack, K. K.  (1991, October 31).  Education plan contractual in

few ways, not in others.   The Courier Democrat, p.  11.

            43.  Womack, S., & Womack, K. K.  (1991, November 1).  Parents have tough time with

handicapped children.  The Courier Democrat, p.  10.

            44.  Womack, S., & Womack, K. K.  (1991, November 3).   Education growing.  The

Courier Democrat, p. 10.

            45.  Womack, S.  (1992, November 15).  Education study shows scores fall because more

taking tests.  The Courier Democrat, p.4D.

            46.  Womack, S.  (1992).  A more meaningful question.  New Directions.

            47.  Womack, S.  (1997, September 24).  School achievement and funding‑‑a study of

Arkansas winners.  The Courier Democrat, p4a.

            48.  Womack, S.  (1997, September 27, 1997).  Interactivity is key.  The Courier

Democrat, p. 4a.

            49.  Womack, S.  (1997, October 23, 1997).  Fewer 'ors,' more 'ands'.  The Courier

Democrat, p4a.

            50.  Womack, S.  (1997, November 11, 1997).  'Terrible' SAT scores.  The Courier

 Democrat, p. 4a

 

     I.  Publications in religious sources.

 

            1.  Womack, S.  (1981).   Ministering to the young through the schools.  Firm Foundation, 98 (39),  9.

            2.  Womack, S.  (1982).  The hangup about baptism.  Firm Foundation, 99 (2), 9-10.

            3.   Womack, S.  (1983).  What is the age of accountability?  Firm Foundation, 100 (6), 8, 12

 

VII.      SERVICE

 

             I do a tremendous amount of service to my department, school, university, and community.  Only those endeavors that might be considered unusual are listed here.

 

     A.  Within department

                   1.  Chair, secondary education writing team

                   2.  Member, middle level writing team

                   3.  Chair, Master of Education—Instructional Improvement writing team

                   4.  Dyslexia Specialist writing team chair

             

     B.  Within school (college)

     1.  Chair, Evaluation Committee for Teacher Education, School of Education,

            Arkansas Tech University, 1990‑96

2.  Member, Peer Review Committee, 2000-2002

               3.  Webmaster and coordinator , NCATE electronic exhibit (2005) visit

                  4.  NCATE Steering Committee (member)

                  5.  Peer Review Committee member for Health. Physical Education, and Wellness

                        2005-2011

 

     C.  Within University

      1.  Secretary of Faculty Welfare Committee at Arkansas Tech University (1987‑88)

      2.  Vice‑chair of Faculty Welfare Committee at Arkansas Tech University (1991‑92)

      3.  Chair, Faculty Welfare Committee at Arkansas Tech University (1992‑93).

                        Led first resolution of a filed grievance without going to a hearing in the

                        80‑year history of the university.  Served on ad hoc committee to effect

                        resolution.

                 4.    Chair, Committee to review and evaluate the master's thesis option, 1990


5.    Faculty Sponsor for Student National Education Association 1999-2002.

6.    Faculty Sponsor for Church of Christ Student Center 1999-2011.

7.    Member, University Curriculum Committee, 2002-2004; chair, 2004, 2012.

     8.    Faculty Senate, 2004-2006

    9.     Member, University Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2005-2011

  10.     Chair, Professional Development Committee, 2005; member through 2008

  11.     Catastrophic Leave Committee (member) from approx. 1998 – 2015

                       

     D.  Service Outside Arkansas Tech University

           


1.  Member, Arkansas Comprehensive School Professional Development

Constituency Body, 1998-2007

2.  Deans’ Symposium representative for ATU, 1998-2011.

3.  Computer technician, London Elementary School, 1996-2001; I

volunteered 15 or more days per year to build, repair, and upgrade computers;

networking; software; teacher training.

4.  Phi Delta Kappa--served as president for 8 years

5.  Dover Church of Christ--elder, webmaster.        

6.  Coordinator for a Jail Ministry at Pope County Detention Center 1999 - 2015

7.  Board member, Southern Christian Home since 2003

            8.  Faculty sponsor, Church of Christ Student Center, 1999-2011

            9.  Dover Chamber of Commerce, webmaster, board member, and president 2014

 

VIII.     HONORABLE MENTION

 


     A.  Honors

 

            1.  Who's Who in Texas Educators, 1976

            2.  Who's Where Among Writers, 1983

            3.  Who's Who in the South and Southwest 1987

            4.  Five Thousand Personalities of The World 1988

            5.  The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership

            6.  Who's Who In American Education 1989‑90

            7.  Who's Who In American Education 1992‑93

            8.  Who's Who In American Education 1993‑94

 

     B.  Awards

 

            1. Nominated for Faculty Excellence Awards in Teaching, Scholarship, and Service at ATU almost every year from 1996-2015. 

                        2.  Chamber Member of the Year, Dover Area Chamber of Commerce 2010

 

IX.       OTHER

 

     A.  Courses taught at Arkansas Tech 1986-present

 

            1.         EDFD2003 Introduction to Classroom Experiences

            2.         EDFD3023 Human Growth and Development

            3.         EDFD3042 Educational Psychology

4.         MLED3051 School Law

5.         MLED3062 Assessment in Middle School

6.         MLED3072 Diversity in Middle School

7.         ECED3053 Children and Families in a Diverse Society

            8.         EDFD3072 Introduction to Educational Measurement

9.         SEED3554 Adolescent Development and Exceptionalities

            10.       EDFD/SEED 4052 Adolescent Diversity

            11.       SEED4503 Seminar in Secondary Education--School law, history & philosophy, and content area reading

12.       SEED4703 Technology portion of the old SEED4503 "Block"

            13        ELED4609 Teaching in the Elementary School (Supervision)

            14.       SEED4809/4909 Teaching in the Secondary School (Supervision)

            15.       EDFD6003 Educational Research

            16.       EDFD6043 Current Issues in Human Learning

17.       EDFD6053 Teaching the At-Risk Child

            18.       EDFD6313 Curriculum Development

19.       ELED6803 Teaching the Exceptional Child

20.       ELED6823 Learning Disabilities both F2F and on line

21.       EDFD6993 Action Research

22.       SPED5013 Assessment and Design (Birth-4th grade)  on line         

23.       SPED5023 Planning Instruction for Special Education (on line)

24.       MAEC6163 Instruction and Assessment for Diverse Learners (on line)

 

     B.  Courses taught at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in 1981-83

            1.         EDUC2012 Introduction to Teaching

            2.         EDUC3123 Science in the Elementary School

            3.         EDUC3223 Social Studies in the Elementary School

            4.         EDUC4733 Mental Retardation:  A Life‑Cycle Approach

            5.         EDUC4743 Learning Disabilities I

            6.         EDUC4818 Teaching Experiences in the Elementary School

            7.         EDUC5473 Methodology and Curriculum Development in Special Education

            8.         PSY4333 Psychology of Exceptional Children

            9.         PSY5513 Behavioral Management

    

 

I may be contacted at swomack@atu.edu

Work home page is http://faculty.atu.edu/swomack

Skype:  sid.womack