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Paul Boyd-Batstone

Professor/ Chair of the Department of Teacher Education

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Bio

Paul Boyd-Batstone, Ph.D.
Professor/Chair of the Department of Teacher Education
College of Education, California State University, Long Beach
Appointed: 8/23/2000

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2012-Present  Chair of the Department of Teacher Education

2010-2012 Professor and Coordinator of the Graduate Program for Reading/Language Arts
2005-2010- Associate Professor, Language and Literacy, (CSULB)
2000-2005 - Assistant Professor, Language and Literacy, (CSULB)
1999-2000 - Assistant Professor, Language and Learning, California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH)
1995-1999 - Bilingual/GATE Teacher, Third-Fifth Grade, Emerson Elementary School, Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD)
1998 - Master Teacher, Department of Teacher Education, California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH)
1998 - Lecturer, Department of Teacher Education, CSULB
1996 - Supervisor of student teachers, Department of Teacher Education, CSULB
1995 - Lecturer, Mexico/BCLAD Program, San Diego State University
1995-1996 - Faculty Associate, Institute for Transformational Education, Claremont Graduate School
1993-1996 - Training Specialist/Consultant, Title VII Multifunctional Resource Center #13 Project of the Center for Language Minority Education and Research, CSULB
1993-1995 - Lecturer, Department of Teacher Education, CSULB
1990-1993 - Bilingual/GATE Teacher, Third Grade, Edison Elementary School, LBUSD
1989-1990 - Title VII Grant Project Coordinator, Cambodian Bilingual Program, LBUSD
1987-1989 - Bilingual Specialist, Spanish/English, Roosevelt Elementary School, LBUSD
1984-1987 - Bilingual Teacher, First Grade, Roosevelt Elementary School, LBUSD

Degrees

Ph.D. , Claremont Graduate University , 1999
M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction , California State University, Long Beach , 1988
B.A. in Liberal Studies/Spanish Lit. , California State University, Long Beach , 1983
California Multiple Subjects (Clear) Credential , California State University, Long Beach , 1984
Bilingual Certificate of Competence , State of California , 1983

Representative Publications

Books, chapters and peer reviewed journal articles

Boyd-Batstone, P.  (to be published in 2015).  Teaching ELLs to Read: Strategies to meet the Common Core, K-5.  NY:  Routledge

Boyd-Batstone, P. (2013).  Helping English Language Learners Meet the Common Core:  Assessment and Instruction.  NY:  EyeOnEducation/Routledge.

Boyd-Batstone, P. (2007). Anecdotal Records Assessment: an observational tool with a standards-based focus. Norwood, MA: Christopher~Gordon Publishers.

Sanchez, M., Boyd-Batstone, P. & Garcia, D. (2006). Constuyendo capacidades para la lectura y la escritura confundamento en el programa RWCT: Una investigación multi-cultural. Lectura y Vida. Internacional Reading Association.

Sanchez, M., Boyd-Batstone, P. & Garcia, D. (2006). Building Capacity for Reading and Writing based on the RWCT Project: Final Report. International Reading Association, SOROS Foundation, the Guatemalan Reading Council.

Boyd-Batstone, P. (2006). "Focused Anecdotal Records Assessment (ARA): a standards based tool for authentic assessment." In (Shelby Barrentine & Sandra Stokes, Editors) Reading Assessment: Principles and practices for elementary teachers. Newark, DE: International Reading Association Publications.

Boyd-Batstone, P. (2006). Differentiated Early Literacy for English Language Learners: Practical Strategies. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Larson, L., Boyd-Batstone, P. & Cox, C. (2004). Teaching and Learning in a Virtual World: A on-line video case studies model based on a language arts methods textbook for pre-service teachers. National Forum of Teacher Education Journal, (November publication date).

Boyd-Batstone, P. (November, 2004). Focused Anecdotal Records Assessment (ARA): a standards based tool for authentic assessment. Reading Teacher.

Boyd-Batstone, P. (2003). Reading with a Hero: a mediated and literate experience. In English Language Learners: Reaching the Highest Level of English Literacy. ( Gilberto Garcia, Ed.). NJ: International Reading Association.

Boyd-Batstone, P. (2002). Reading as co-authorship: a reader response connection to culture. In Making Meaning in the Response-Based Classroom. (Eds. Margaret Hunsberger & George Labercane). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Knudson, R.; Onofrey, K.; Theurer, J.; Boyd-Batstone, P. (2002). A decade of literacy research in three educational journals. Journal of Reading Improvement.

Knudson, R; Theurer, J.; Boyd-Batstone, P. (2002). A decade of literacy research in The Journal of Educational Research. Resources in Education.

Boyd-Batstone, P. (Fall 2001). A free-verse poetry frame for literary response. The California Reader. California Reading Association.

Dissertation: Literature-based Reading and Exceptional Bilingual Children: a grounded theory/ teacher-research study, 1999, Claremont Graduate University

Cox, C. & Boyd-Batstone, P. (1997). Crossroads: literature & language in culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms. Columbus, Ohio: Merill/Prentice Hall Publishing.

Leadership in Professional Associations

Provost's Technology Task Force

WASC Institutional Report Task Force

Recent Teaching or Other Professional Experiences in P-16 Settings

Editor of The California Reader, the practiioner journal of the California Reading Association.

Board Member for the California Reading Association