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"Whoever wants to reach a distant goal must take many small steps."

- Helmut Schmidt -

Amy Graham Goodman, Ph.D.
 

|     One Bear Place #97328, Waco, TX, 76798     |     (254) 715-8852     |     Amy_Goodman@baylor.edu     |

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

 

Outstanding educator and author with impeccable teaching credentials and highly experienced at delivering professional presentations. Experienced course and curriculum designer/developer. Superb communication and course delivery skills leading to positive student outcomes.

SKILLS

 

  • Technology Integration

  • Educational Research

  • Online Teaching

  • Curriculum Development

 

  • OER Author

  • Course Design

  • Student Engagement

  • Teaching Mentor

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D. : LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES, 2021

The University of North Texas - Denton, TX

  • Dissertation: Putting the Pieces Together: Using Learning Analytics to Inform Learning Theory, Design, Activities, and Outcomes

MASTER OF SCIENCE: MATHEMATICS, 1999

Texas A&M University - College Station, TX

BACHELOR OF ARTS: MATHEMATICS, 1997

Texas A&M University - College Station, TX

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

SENIOR LECTURER, MATHEMATICS, 2014 – Present
Baylor University, Waco, TX

 

LECTURER, MATHEMATICS, 1999 – 2014
Baylor University, Waco, TX

 

LECTURER, MATHEMATICS, Summer 2000
The University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI

 

LONG-TERM SUBSTITUTE TEACHER, Spring 1999
Bryan High School, Bryan, TX

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

 

CHAIR of the Joint TLTC/LITSAC Articifical Intelligence Task Force, Baylor University, Spring 2024

CHAIR of the University Teaching, Learning, and Technology Committee (TLTC), Baylor University,

2019 – Present

 

ACADEMIC DIRECTOR for U.I.L. Region 6-A, Baylor University,

2017 – Present

 

DIRECTOR of Handbell Music, First Presbyterian Church, Waco, TX,

2020 – Present

 

TREASURER of the Central Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics (CTCTM),

2003 – 2008 and 2022 – Present

 

CHAIR of the Mathematics Department Lecturer Strategic Planning Committee,Baylor University,

2023

 

CHAIR of the TLTC Online Course Quality Subcommittee, Baylor University,

2019 – 2020

 

FACULTY ADVISOR to the Baylor Rowing Club (Crew Team), Baylor University,

2000 – 2010

 

CONTEST DIRECTOR, U.I.L. Regional Calculator Applications, Baylor University,

2003 – 2016

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

 

Goodman, A. (2024). Not a spectator sport: Improving learning outcomes by actively engaging online students. Presented at Baylor University's Educational Technology Showcase. https://baylor.box.com/s/ytmnes7dc509c9klqthbwctebelnjp9

Goodman, A. (2023). Technology that creates space to support students' cognition, metacognition, and affect. Presented at Baylor University's Educational Technology Showcase. https://baylor.box.com/s/9399fhkvpkrolc8f504zvilogjau78zg

 

Goodman, A. (2023). Repurposing lessons for new environments. Presented at the Twenty-third Annual Meeting of the Central Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics Spring Conference 2023. https://baylor.box.com/s/t2cdj1q7dfpfo95qknq9u7otxzw3e2un

 

Goodman, A. (2022). Designing instruction for virtual engagement (DIVE): Organizing your course. Presented as a guest facilitator in the Baylor University Libraries Learning Design team and Academy for Teaching and Learning's Fall 2022-Spring 2023 Faculty Continuing Education DIVE Course. https://baylor.box.com/s/8xs5c7ytxfafqj2c53fo9zdg1tvqg006

 

Goodman, A. (2022). Crowdmark for online/hybrid STEM courses. Presented at the 2022 Crowdmark Community Conference.  https://baylor.box.com/s/7iup9h8ie6hlyycm1degkhnsnr3yfh09

 

Goodman, A. (2022). Canvas analytics: Fostering student success. Presented at Baylor University's Library and Academic Technology Services' Seminar for Excellence in Teaching. https://baylor.box.com/s/3q2ikias8wxmt97d3u631nmfg56j9bjo

 

Goodman, A. (2020). Investigating a streamlined process for submitting handwritten work in an online environment – the study. In Proceedings of SITE Interactive Online 2020 Conference (pp. 48-52). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/218119/.

 

Goodman, A. (2020). Investigating a streamlined process for submitting handwritten work in an online environment – the instrument. In Proceedings of SITE Interactive Online 2020 Conference (pp. 36-47). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/218118/.

 

Goodman, A. (2020). Challenges in teaching STEM online. In Proceedings of SITE Interactive Online 2020 Conference (pp. 33-35). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/218117/.

 

Goodman, A. (2018). SHOW YOUR WORK! Strategies for student assessment and dynamic content delivery for online college mathematics courses. In Proceedings of E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (pp. 1222-1226). Las Vegas, NV, United States: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/185083/.

 

Goodman, A. (2015). Technology for mathematics: Getting started with the TI-nspire CX CAS. Presented to Baylor University's School of Education – Mathematics Educators Professional Development Workshop. https://baylor.box.com/s/fm99d5bs2d2sti9pgd2r4usl8dzpugzm.

 

Goodman, A. (2015). Technology for mathematics: 2D and 3D graphing with the TI-nspire CX CAS. Presented to Baylor University's School of Education – Mathematics Educators Professional Development Workshop. https://baylor.box.com/s/5ui1l61ak6lqxluta4xa8x3odr3bpkhn.

 

Goodman, A. (2015). Technology for mathematics: Functions and calculus with the TI-nspire CX CAS. Presented to Baylor University's School of Education – Mathematics Educators Professional Development Workshop. https://baylor.box.com/s/jf8m79oumxpta1zz11pzx2rdvobob5le.

 

Goodman, A. (2008). Teaching with technology: Dynamic geometry with geometer's sketchpad. Presented at the Mathematics Teachers Teaching with Technology (T3) Conference, Waco, TX. https://baylor.box.com/s/4oq3pzfdzcoe52duss5g1xm6tgxeibxl.

 

Goodman, A. (2005). Increasing productivity by integrating technologies. Presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Central Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics. https://baylor.box.com/s/3d266x0kkdq6xzm1lp25uhau5ht8sx40.

 

Goodman, A. (2005). Productivity tools: Integrating TI-connect, geometer's sketchpad, & microsoft word. Presented at the Waco ISD Mathematics Teachers Professional Development Day. https://baylor.box.com/s/jei0sx8ot573besnpn4qnvi1vukfsoro.

 

Goodman, A. (2004). Mathematics technology in the secondary classroom. Presented at the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Central Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics. https://baylor.box.com/s/o42hmw9u3elop1q2rflkrz44tld749vm.

 

Goodman, A. (2004). Exploring algebraic concepts with geometer's sketchpad: To infinity and beyond – Grades 6 - 8. Presented at the Waco ISD Mathematics Teachers Professional Development Day. https://baylor.box.com/s/2jb301kpui0lk1mn05e2bx8w1b77kqvq.

 

Goodman, A. (2004). Exploring algebraic concepts with geometer's sketchpad: To infinity and beyond – Grades 9 - 12. Presented at the Waco ISD Mathematics Teachers Professional Development Day. https://baylor.box.com/s/sigx2tt4vxynf0h4u90t0hicrfdnye4e.

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS

 

Goodman, A., Lee, Y., Elieson, W., & Knezek, G. (2023). Using self-regulated learning theory and learning analytics to identify explanatory variables affecting learning outcomes in online/hybrid undergraduate calculus. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 42(2), 125-154. https://www.learntechlib.org/p/221642/.

 

Goodman, A. (2023). Baylor University's Co-Requisite Supplement for Calculus I. https://openbooks.library.baylor.edu/mth1121/.

 

Goodman, A. & Knezek, G. (2022). A streamlined process for submitting handwritten work in an online environment. [Currently under review]. https://baylor.box.com/s/s0tfvzmkvz6rz1j1uklwmcvn76ly5kzi.

 

Goodman, A. (2021). Using holistic design and technology to stimulate critical thinking in mathematical modeling. In Wen, Y., Wu, Y. J., Qi, G., Guo, S. C., Spector, J. M., Chelliah, S., Kinshuk, & Lan, Y. J. (Eds.) Expanding Global Horizons Through Technology Enhanced Language Learning (pp 203 – 209). Springer, Singapore.

 

Rieder, A.T., Goodman, A., & Moran, S. (2020). Analyzing education consultants' perceived quality of adobe captivate training through an integrated structuration model of technology. In Proceedings of SITE Interactive Online 2020 Conference (pp. 217-226). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/218153/.

 

Goodman, A. (2019). Implementing best practices for preparing college faculty to teach online, a discipline specific model. In S. Carliner (Ed.), Proceedings of E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (pp. 1039-1047). New Orleans, Louisiana, United States: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/211203/.

COURSE/ CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

 

Designer and Developer of Math 1121: The Calculus Supplement Course, 2022

 

Co-Designer and Developer of Math 3340: Mathematics Through Technology, 2004

 

Textbook Reviewer for WH Freeman, 2012 and 2014

 

Digital Media Designer for Pearson Education, 2006 – 2007

 

Curriculum Developer for Fusion Learning Systems, 2006

GRANTS AND AWARDS

 

Baylor University Affordable Course Materials Fellow, 2022

 

Selected for the Baylor University Academy for Teaching and Learning's Summer Ethics Seminar, 2022

 

Provost's Award for 'Significant Positive Impact,' 2020 – 2021

 

Awarded Baylor University Teaching Development Grant, 2019 – 2020

 

Featured expert on ‘Teaching Creatively Online' for Baylor's Academy for Teaching and Learning podcast, Professors Talk Pedagogy, May 2021

 

1st Place Winner of the $5,000 UNT Ricco Ethics Award, 2021

 

Featured in Baylor Magazine's “Faculty Response to Emergency Online Teaching,” Spring 2020

 

Recognized as among the “5% Most Impactful Educators at Baylor University,” 2017

Baylor Athletics “Outstanding Professor,” 2014 – 2015

 

Honored by Baylor's Alumnae Association's publication The Baylor Line in their Summer 2005 edition as a "Great Teacher"

OTHER UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES AND INVOLVEMENT

 

STEM Education Faculty Interest Group, 2022 – Present

Mathematics Department Undergraduate Teaching Committee, 2022 – Present

Innovations in Teaching Committee, 2021

Academic Technology Task Force, 2021

Academic Technology Pilot Team, 2021

Designer Pilot Team, 2021

Library and Information Technology Special Advisory Committee (LITSAC), 2019 – Present

Mathematics Department Lecturer Search Committee, 2021 – 2023

TLTC Professional Development Subcommittee, 2019 – 2020

Teaching, Learning, and Technology Committee (TLTC), 2016 – Present

Teaching Mentor, 2006 – Present

Baylor Roundtable, Baylor University, 2002 – Present

Mathematics Education Committee, 2001 – Present

AFFILIATIONS

 

Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)

Central Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics (CTCTM)

Mathematical Association of America (MAA)

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM

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