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Dean's Abbreviated Vitae

Paul E. Chapman

chapmanpe@longwood.edu

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D.               1999                Virginia Tech              Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

Ed.S.               1999                Virginia Tech              Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

M.A.                1989                Virginia Tech              Educational Administration

B.A.                1978                Virginia Tech              Elementary Education K-8

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

June 2013-Present             Dean, College of Education & Human Services, Longwood University

2009-June 2013                 Interim Associate Dean, College of Human Resources and Education

                                          West Virginia University-Morgantown, West Virginia

 

2006-2009                         Associate Professor in Educational Leadership Studies

                                          West Virginia University-Morgantown, West Virginia

 

2000-2006                         Assistant Professor in Advanced Educational Studies

                                          West Virginia University-Morgantown, West Virginia

           

1996-1997                         Assistant Principal and Athletic Director, Read Mountain Middle Sch.

                                          Botetourt County, Virginia

 

1991-1996                         Assistant Principal, Tazewell High School

                                          Tazewell County, Virginia

 

1992-1993                         Principal, Tazewell County High School, unified summer school  

                                          Program, Tazewell County, Virginia

 

1989-1991                         Assistant Principal, Richlands Middle School,

                                          Tazewell County, Virginia

 

1986-1989                        Teacher/developer of special programs for high-risk students in grades

                                           6-8, Richlands Middle School, Tazewell County, Virginia

 

 

1985-1986                          Teacher-grades 6-7, Richlands Middle School,

                                           Tazewell County, Virginia

 

1978-1985                          Head Teacher-5-6 grade combination, Bandy Elementary School

                                           Tazewell County, Virginia

 

1978-1982                          Basketball Coach-middle school boys, Richlands Middle School

                                           Tazewell County, Virginia

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

Book

Edwards, S., & Chapman, P. E. (2009). Six Pillars of Dynamic schools.

Alexandria, VA: Educational Research Services.

 

Refereed Journal

Quattrochi, D. P., & Chapman P. E. (2010) "Giving a Structural Framework for

Ohio's Value-Added Model: What All Educators Should Know?" Journal of

the Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators, Summer

2010, Vol. 19, Number 2

 

Price, T., Harsh, S., Carr-Lambert, M.& Chapman, P. E. (2010) "Thinking

Globally Acting Locally: Preparing Superintendents to Lead in Rural 21st

Century Schools." National Council of Professors of Educational

Administration, Connexions Project, Version 7.2, March 23, 2010

 

Chapman, P. E., Diaz, S. R., Moore, L.C., & Deering, P. R. (2009). "Educational

Administration Student Perceptions of Traditional vs. Online Delivery

Formats." Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 20 (2), 7-26.

 

Chapman, P. E., & Blemings, K. P. (2006). Improving retention rates in biochemistry: A case study. Journal of Radical Pedagogy. Vol. 8: Issue 1.

 

Chapman, P. E. (2006). The Building blocks for preparing good educational leaders in troubled times. National Forum Applied Educational Research Journal. Vol. 19: Number 1.

 

Corrigan, M. W., & Chapman, P. E. (2008). "Trust in Teachers: A Motivating

Element to Learning." Journal of Radical Pedagogy. Vol. 9: Issue 2.

 

Corrigan, M. W., Grove, D., Vincent, P. F., Chapman, P. E, (2OO7). & Walls, R.

T. (2008). "The Importance of Multi-dimensional Baseline Measurements

to Assessment of Integrated Character Education Models." Journal of

Research in Character Education, 5(2), 103-129.

 

 

M., Martin, D., & Wang, J (Eds). (2007). "Educational Leadership,

Ethics and School Improvement" (Monograph, 5- 1 1). Exeter College,

University of Oxford, England: Virginia Polytechnic Institute & Sate

University Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies.

 

 

 

SELECTED REFEREED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

 

Chapman, P. E., Price, T., Harsh, S.& Carr-Lambert, M.

"Preparing Superintendents to Lead in 21st Century Schools."

Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Professors of

Educational Administration, San Antonio, TX. August, 2009.

 

Chapman, P. E., Heinen, E. B., Cunningham, M., Nicholson, B., McCue, L.,

Heinlein, C. K., & Williams, N. R.

 "The West Virginia Institute for 21st Century Leadership: How West Virginia Is Modeling the Way for Building the Teaching, Learning and Leadership Centers of Tomorrow."

Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, Chicago, IL. August, 2007.

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • Member, Board of Trustees, Ave Maria/Shepherds Field Prep School, 2013
  • Member, West Virginia Center for Professional Development Advisory Council

for the Principal Leadership Academy, 2009

  • Liaison to the West Virginia Department of Education for the West Virginia

University College of Human Resources and Education, 2009

  • Member, West Virginia Center for Professional Development Executive Board,

            2009

  • Member, Character Education and Civic Engagement Technical Assistance

Council, U. S. Department of Education, 2005

  • Member, Character Education Partnership, 2005
  • Member, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2001
  • Member, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, 1999
  • Member, American Educational Research Association, 1997
  • Member, Eastern Educational Research Association, 1997