Joanne Elizabeth Goodell, Ph. D.
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 Title: Dir, Ctr Fac Excll & Professor
 Dept: Teacher Education
 Office: BH 212
 Phone: 216-687-5509,  216-687-5426
 Email: J.GOODELL@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. BH 212, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
equity, educational reform, secondary mathematics education, teacher education, self study, professional development, women in engineering, qualitative methods, mixed methods, assessment, achievement, teacher leaders, critical incident, reflective practice, teacher identity, teacher turnover, pre-service teachers, teacher induction, STEM teaching, faculty development
 
Education:
Ph.D., Mathematics Education, Curtin University of Technology, 1998
Postgraduate Diploma, Science Education, Curtin University of Technology, 1992
Graduate Diploma, Education, Curtin University of Technology, 1986
Bachelor Applied Science, Mathematics, Western Australian Institute of Technology, 1983
 
Brief Bio:
JOANNE E. GOODELL is a Professor in Cleveland State University's Department of Teacher Education. She taught high-school mathematics for 13 years in Australia, and was department chair for five years. Her previous university positions include Equity and Access for Women in Engineering Coordinator at Curtin University, Mathematics Education Lecturer at Edith Cowan University and Research Director for Ohio's Statewide Systemic Initiative Discovery at Miami University, Oxford Ohio in 1999. She currently teaches undergraduate and graduate mathematics methods and practicum courses. Her research interests focus on equity, reform and professional development issues in the teaching and learning of mathematics and related disciplines in high-schools and universities. Current grants include the D-STEM Choose Ohio First Scholarship Program with Miami and Toledo, two Noyce scholarship programs through the National Science Foundation, and the Teacher Quality Partnership program through the National Mathematics and Science Initiative. Dr. Goodell was instrumental in bringing the UTeach model to Cleveland State, and is the Education Co-Director for the CSUTeach program. In August 2016, Dr. Goodell was appointed as the director of the Center for Faculty Excellence, a half-time administrative appointment.
 
Honors and Awards:
Faculty Merit Award 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018
 
Creative and Activities:
Goodell, J. E., & Koç, S. (2018). edTPA: Faculty experiences and perspectives. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.
Koç, S., & Goodell, J. E. (2017). The Lightboard, a teaching tool: Implications on teaching online and flipped classrooms. Paper presented at the International Technology, Education and Development Conference, Valencia, Spain.
Goodell, J. E., & Koç, S. (2017). Mathematics and science teacher preparation: Benefits and challenges implementing project-based instruction Proceedings of the 10th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (pp. 2432-2438). Seville, Spain.
Goodell, J. E., & Kilbane, J. (2017). A model for a year-long Apprentice Teaching internship. Paper presented at the 11 Annual Uteach conference, Austin, TX.
Goodell, J. E., & Corrigan, D. (2017). MUST STEM Fellows Recruitment and Retention. Paper presented at the Noyce Summit on Stimulating Research and Innovation for Preservice Education of STEM Teachers, Washington, DC.
Goodell, J. E. (2017). Intended and unintended consequences of outcomes-based funding on equity for students in US Higher Education Proceedings of the 10th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (pp. 2062-2070). Seville, Spain: IATED.
Goodell, J. E. (2016). Performance funding and its implications for equity in US Higher Education Invited presentation. Curtin Executive Briefing Centre: National Center for Student Equity in Higher Education, Curtin University, Australia.
Goodell, J. E. (2015). Preparing Pre-Service Teachers for STEM Project-Based Instruction Classrooms Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Orlando, FL.
Jackson, D. K., Goodell, J. E., & Banks, T. I. (2014). Implications of CSUteach on teacher education throughout the college. Paper presented at the UTeach Conference, Austin, TX.
Goodell, J. E., & Nudell, C. (2014). The impact of integrated wrap-around student services on retention. Paper presented at the UTeach Conference, Austiin, TX.
Goodell, J. E. (2014). Project-based Instruction: Opportunities and challenges when preparing teachers for integrated STEM classrooms. Poster presented at NSF Noyce Conference. Washington DC.
Goodell, J. E., & Jackson, D. K. (2012). Integrating the TPA into CSUTeach UTeach Institute-NMSI 6th Annual Conference. Austin, TX.
Goodell, J. E. (2012). CSUTeach: Implementing project-based instruction in a mathematics teacher education program American Mathematical Society Sectional Meeting. Akron, Ohio.
Goodell, J. E. (2010, July). Preparing a new generation of high school mathematics teachers. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Fremantle, Western Australia
Jackson, D. K., Goodell, J. E.. & Mascia, S. M. (2009, April). Teacher and student factors impacting students¿ science achievement. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Anaheim, CA.
Goodell, J. E. (2006, July). Pre-service teachers learning about teaching through critical incident reflections: A self-study as a mathematics teacher educator. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association, Fremantle, Western Australia.
Goodell, J. E., & Parker, L. H. (2006, April). Characteristics of a connected, equitable classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, St. Louis, MO.
Goodell, J. E., Gojak, L., & Viebranz, G. (2006). Infusing mathematical processes in grades 3-6: Constructing and implementing quality professional development modules. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, St. Louis, MO
 
Research Interests:
Equity and reform in mathematics education
Learning to teach mathematics
Mathematics teacher education
Self-study of teacher education practices
Professional development in mathematics and science education
Development of teacher identity in pre-service and beginning teachers
STEM Teacher turnover
 
Teaching Areas:
Secondary Mathematics Education
Graduate Mathematics Education
Qualitative Research Methods
Practicum and Student Teaching supervision
Educational evaluation
 
Professional Affiliations:
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
American Educational Research Association
Greater Cleveland Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics
Professional and Organizational Development Network (POD)
 
Professional Experience:
Professor, Mathematics Education, Cleveland State University, 08/2012 - Current
Associate Professor, Mathematics Education, Cleveland State University, 08/2005 - 07/2012
Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education, Cleveland State University, 08/1999-07/2005
Research Director, OSI-Discovery, Miami University, Oxford Ohio, 01/1999-08/1999
Associate Lecturer, Equity and Access for Women in Engineering Project, Faculty of Engineering, Curtin University of Technology, WA, 02/1998-1/1999
Sessional Lecturer, Primary and Secondary Mathematics Education, Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley, WA, 07/1998-1/1998
Project Officer, Building Educational Diversity in Engineering and Science Project, Teaching Learning Group, Curtin University of Technology, WA, 02/1997-02/1998
Australian Postgraduate Award Ph.D. scholarship, Science and Mathematics Education Centre, Curtin University of Technology, WA, 1993-1994 08/1995-01/1997
Project Manager, Landscape Project, Project Discovery, Miami University, Ohio, 01/1995-07/1995
Head of Mathematics Department and Mathematics Teacher, St Mark's Anglican Community School, Hillarys WA, 1988-1992
Head of Computing, St Joachim's High School, Victoria Park WA, 1985-1987
Mathematics and Computing Teacher, St Joachim's High School, Victoria Park WA, 1979-1987
 
University Service:
Peer Review Committee, College of Education and Human Services, 2016-current
Assessment Council, College of Education and Human Services, 2016-current
2020 Adult, Continuing, Online Education  Committee
General Education Task Force, 2016-2017
President, Faculty Senate, 2011-2014
Faculty Representative on the CSU Board of Trustees, 2011-2014
Faculty Representative to the Ohio Faculty Council, 2011-2014
Faculty Senate Academic Steering Committee, 2010-2011
Research Challenge Committee , 2010-2012
Chair, Teacher Education Council, College of Education and Human Services, 2008-2010
CSUTeach Co-Director, 2010-current
STEMM Education Center Co-Director, 2010-current
VP Advancement search committee Fall 2010-Spring 2011
Graduate Council, 2008-2009, Spring 11
University Research Council, 2000-2007
University Curriculum Committee, 2004-2006
Global Learning Advisory Committee, 2005-2006
Undergraduate Petitions Committee Spring, 2001-2003
 
Research Grants:
Current: $4,764,014

i. GOODE46 $1,199,977. MUST STEM Fellows. From the National Science Foundation, July 1 2011 ¿ June 30 2016.
ii. GOODE42 $1,950,894 The Teacher Preparation Reform Consortium from the U.S. Department of Education through the National Mathematics and Science Initiative. June 2010-June 2015
iii. GOODE39 $899,747 Preparing a New Generation of Noyce Scholars from the National Science Foundation Noyce Scholarship program. July 1 2009-June 30 2014.
iv. GOODE37 $55,405.93 continuation of the Summer STEM Academy from the Ohio Board of Regents. July 1 2008 - June 30 2009.
v. GOODE33/43/44 $627,733 D-STEM: Improving STEM Teacher Preparation, a long-term investment from the Ohio Board of Regents through Miami University. August 2008 - July 2013

Past: $7,783,852 in funding for K-12 teacher professional development, tuition scholarships and dual credit summer intensive programs for high school students.