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IICE Teacher Consultants

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Kevin Zupin:

Kevin is the state coordinator of the program and a teaching consultant for this program and has taught for eighteen years. His Bachelor of Arts in Social Studies and History is from University of Michigan and his Master of Arts in Social Studies Education is from Ball State University. Kevin has participated in the Gilder-Lehrman Institute for American History, Foundation for Teaching Economics, the James Madison Fellowship, the Monticello-Stratford Hall Seminar and the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University. Kevin is a certified mentor teacher by the Standards Board and a lead trainer for Scorers of the Beginning Teacher Portfolios in Social Studies on behalf of the Standards Board.

Rosalind Fishman:

Roz is a Teaching Consultant for this program and has retired after thirty-seven years of teaching. She holds both a Master of Arts degree in History and a Masters of Teaching in Social Studies. Roz has participated in many professional organizations, conferences, committees, and workshops. She is currently the president-elect for the Indiana Council for the Social Studies. Roz received the Hoosier Educator of the Year Award in 2003 from the Indiana State Teachers Association.

Matthew Lo

Matt is a Teaching Consultant for this program and has taught for three years. Matt received is Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Studies Education and History from Indiana Wesleyan University, Magna Cum Laude. He has participated in workshops and institutes such as "Ideas and Traditions in American Foreign Relations," by the Ashbrook Teachers Institute at Ashland University and Socratic Seminar training by John Ludy.

Lynn Brown:

Lynn is an assistant teaching consultant for his program and has taught for twelve years. Her Bachelor of Arts is from Huntington University with a Master of Science from Saint Francis University. Lynn is a consultant and presenter for the Region 8 Service Center. She conducts workshops for mentors and beginning teachers. Lynn is also the Executive Director of the Historic Forks of the Wabash Museum. The Standards Board has certified Lynn is a mentor teacher and as the lead trainer for scorers of the Beginning Teacher Portfolios in Social Studies.

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