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Jane Moore

Gold Level Contributor  MERLOT Author  Member of VSB  Peer Reviewer Volunteer of the Year Distinguished Service MERLOT House Cup
Director of MERLOT Editorial and Professional Development Services
Editor, MERLOT Teacher Education
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: May 18, 2015
Member Since: May 31, 2002

Contributions

Affiliations

Primary Affiliation:
  • California State University, Chancellor Office (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, CA, United States)
Secondary Affiliation:
  • University of Western Ontario (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, ON, Canada)

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Contact Information

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Virtual Speakers Bureau

Member of VSB Since: Dec 13, 2004
Best Way to Contact: email  Please log in to view contact information
Fees Involved: Negotiable
Technical Formats: Chat, Discussion Forums, Email, Face-To-Face
Topics of Expertiese: Death in a school context Dealing with a community crisis related to death and grief Children's grief Using children's literature in mathematics Using math manipulatives to teach elementary mathematics
Presentation Titles: "Death in a School Context: A Guide for Teachers" "Children's Grief: What Does It Look Like?"
Availability, special terms, etc.: Depends on schedule

Skills & Interests

  • Education (Advanced)
    Curriculum and Instruction - curriculum design, reflective practice.
  • Education/TeacherEd (Advanced)
    Death Education as it relates to teacher education and school settings

Education History

  • Ed.D. Curriculum and Social Inquiry (12/2001)
    National-Louis University
  • M.Ed. Early Childhood Education (12/1974)
    Tulane University
  • B.A. English, Psychology (12/1969)
    St. Mary's Dominican College

Positions

  • Director of MERLOT Editorial and Professional Development Services (03/2013 - Current) California State University, Chancellor's Office
  • Editor (08/2007 - Current) Teacher Education Editorial Board, MERLOT
  • Secretary, Board of Directors (04/2007 - 04/2012) Association for Death Education and Counseling
  • Chair, MERLOT International Conference (08/2008 - 08/2009) MERLOT

Associations

  • MERLOT
    Editor, Teacher Education 09/2007 - Current
  • Association for Death Education and Counseling
    Secretary, Board of Directors 09/2007 - 09/2010

Honors and Awards

  • MERLOT Distinguished Service Award (04/2013)
  • MERLOT, Volunteer of the Year (08/2005)

Teaching Experience

  • Death in Pop Culture ( Current)
    University of Western Ontario, Kings College - Thanatology
    This course examines death in popular culture: movies, television, music, popular literature and the like.
  • Theories of Breavement ( Current)
    Kings College, University of Western Ontario - Thanatology
    Thanatology 2231A is an introductory course on the theories of bereavement, past and present.
  • Death in a School Context (Fall 2012)
    National-Louis University - Curriculum and Instruction
    This is a fully online course that addresses the ways in which teachers and other school personnel can support teachers and colleagues when a death impacts the school community. 2002-2012
  • Math Methods (Spring 2012)
    National-Louis University - Math education for teachers
    Math methods from 1990-2001 Math Methods from Fall 2009-Spring 2012
  • Primary Math Methods (Winter 2012)
    National-Louis University - Math Education
    This is a F-2-F paperless course housed completely in Blackboard focused on preschool through third grade students.
  • Curriculum Design and Evaluation (Fall 2009)
    National-Louis University - Curriculum and Instruction
    This course examines the backwards design approach to curriculum as well as others. It is taught at the graduate level as a paperless course housed in LiveText.
  • Seminar in Educational Inquiries (Winter 2009)
    National-Louis University - Curriculum and Instruction
    A seminar for students in the M.Ed. program in Curriculum and Instruction (which includes students in School Nursing, Health Ed, Math Ed, Science Ed, ESL/BIL and Personalized Option) to develop reflective practice and inquiry.