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Dr. William R Ogden

Professor Emeritus

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #104E

Phone: (903) 886-5599

Email: Bill.Ogden@tamuc.edu

Professional Vita



Publications

“John and Molly (Amidon) Walker of Readsboro,” Vermont Genealogy, 16(2), 302-304, Fall 2011.

“And the Beat Goes On,” Journal of Instructional Psychology, 35(1), 94-102, March, 2008.

With C.B. Hill, “The Scholar as Change Agent: W.E.B. Du Bois,” The College Student Journal, 41(4), 932-939, December 2007.

“Mountain Climbing, Bridge Building and the Future of American Education,” Education, 127(3), 361-368, Spring 2007.

“Let’s Bring Back the Teacher’s College,” Education 126(4), 782-791, Summer 2006.

With M.A. Seaboldt, A.R. Chourasia and A. Ishida, “A Study of Amorphous Ti-Ni Alloys by Z-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy,” Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, 135: 135-141, 2004.

“When Enough is Enough,” Education, 124(3): 467-474, Spring 2004.

“Reaching All the Students: The Feedback Lecture,” Journal of Instructional Psychology, 30(1): 22-27, March 2003.

“The Real Crisis in the Classroom: Where have all the Teachers Gone?” Education, 123 (2): 365-369, 374, Winter 2002.

“Edward Everett: Nineteenth Century Catalyst for Educational Change,” Catalyst for Change, 30 (3): 16-17, Summer 2001.

With H. Erdman, “Reconsidering William Rainey Harper as Father of the Junior College,” College Student Journal, 34 (3): 434-439, September 2000.

With M. Kyle and W.J. Campion, “Contemporary Childcare Issues Facing Colleges and Universities,” College Student Journal, 33 (4): 482-484, December 1999.

With W.J. Campion, A . Truelock, and H. Erdman, “Responding to Job-Related Stress,” Catalyst for Change, 28 (3): 5-7, Spring 1999.

“Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Scores of Dallas-Area Teachers of the Gifted and Talented,” Tempo, 18 (4): 4-6, 32, Fall 1998.

With R.T. Braley, “When Failing Indicates Higher Graduation Potential,” The College Student Journal, 31 (2): 243-250, June 1997.

With J.G. Horn and Z. Chao, “The Needs of Science Teachers of Northeast Texas: Rural vs. Nonrural,” The Rural Educator, 16 (2): 21-27, Winter 1994-1995.

With C.D. Grable, “Comparison of Texas Teacher Appraisal System Evaluations of Traditional and Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Candidates,” Education, 114 (3): 470-474, Spring 1994.

With C. Rodgers-Grable, “Comparison of Traditional Student Teachers and Alternative Certificate Interns,” The Center Review, 3 (1): 1-9, Spring 1994.

With C.D. Rodgers “Coordinated Thematic Science: Some Words of Caution,” The Center Review, 2 (1): 6-15, Spring 1993.

With J.G. Horn, “What the Teachers of Northeast Texas Say They Need,” The Texas Science Teacher, 22 (1): 17-20, March 1993.

“The Progressive Education Association: Gone but not Forgotten,” College Student Journal, 26 (3): 281-284, September 1992.

With C.D. Rodgers, “Coordinated Thematic Science: Some Words of Caution,” The Texas Science Teacher, 21 (2): 26-29, May 1992.

“Edward Everett: Education’s Forgotten Man,” College Student Journal, 26 (1): 55-57, March 1992.

With K.D. Savage, “Teacher Education: A Look Backward,” Catalyst for Change, 20 (3): 15-17, Spring 1991.

With K.D. Savage, “Classroom Implications of the Jung/Myers Model, Part II,” Catalyst for Change, 20 (1): 10-12, Fall 1990.

“Vocational Education: A Historical Perspective,” The High School Journal, 73 (4): 245-251, April-May 1990.

With H. Duck “An Essay on Jungian Typology and Its Implications for Education,” Educational Resources Techniques, 29 (1): 17-21, Winter 1990.

“’Prisoners’ Dilemma’: Competition vs Cooperation,” The Texas Science Teacher, 18 (3): 12-13, September 1989.

“Competition or Cooperation?” Catalyst for Change, 19 (1): 4-6, Fall 1989.

“Where Have All the Teachers Gone?” The Texas Science Teacher, 16 (4): 8-11, November 1987.

“Classroom Implications of the Jung/Myers Model,” Catalyst for Change, 16 (2): 24-28, Winter 1987.

“Why Don’t Science Teachers Use Writing in Their Courses?” The Texas Science Teacher, 14 (3): 9-10, September 1985.

“Teaching All the Students All the Time: The Feedback Lecture,” The Texas Science Teacher, 14 (2): 13-15, May 1985.

“Chemistry in the Secondary Schools of the United States: Beginnings - 1920,” The Texas Science Teacher, 13 (3): 18-21, September 1984.

“Word Searches: Fun and Learning No. 3,” Idea No. 438 in Idea Bank Collation: A Handbook for Science Teachers, Ed. By Irwin Talesnick, Science Supplies and Services Co. Ltd., Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1984.

“Word Searches: Fun and Learning No. 2,” Idea No. 437 in Idea Bank Collation: A Handbook for Science Teachers, Ed. By Irwin Talesnick, Science Supplies and Services Co. Ltd., Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1984.

“Word Searches: Fun and Learning No. 1,” Idea No. 311 in Idea Bank Collation: A Handbook for Science Teachers, Ed. By Irwin Talesnick, Science Supplies and Services Co. Ltd., Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1984.

“Is Secondary Education Ready for Another Committee of Ten?” Catalyst for Change, 13 (1): 4-8, Fall 1983.

“Celebrities by the Number,” The Texas Science Teacher, 12 (2): 17, April 1983.

“Science Teaching in the Critical Light of Ogden’s Grid,” The Texas Science Teacher, 10 (4): 21-22, November 1981.

With R.C. Fournet and M.A. Vaught, “Chemistry Concepts Judged to be Important to K-12 Curriculum Development in Texas,” The Texas Science Teacher, 9 (3): 8-10, September 1980.

“Trying Your Hand at Card Playing and Problem Solving,” The Science Teacher, 47 (5): 43, May 1980.

With P.M. Brewster, “An Analysis of Cognitive Style Profiles and Related Science Achievement Among Secondary School Students,” Science Education Information Reports, ERIC Information Analysis Center for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education, Columbus, Ohio 1979.

With P.M. Brewster, “Do Successful and Unsuccessful High School Science Students Have Similar Cognitive Styles?” The Texas Science Teacher, 8 (3): 11-13, September 1979.

“Ogden’s Grid,” Kappa Delta Pi Record, 15 (1): 3-4, October 1978.

With J.L. Jackson, “Secondary School Biology Teaching, 1918-1972: “Objectives as Stated in Periodical Literature,” Science Education, 62 (3): 291-302. July-September 1978.

With R.H. Roy, “Secondary School Earth Science Teaching, 1918-1972: Objectives as Stated in Periodical Literature,” Journal of Geological Education, 5 (26): 96-101, May 1978.

With K. Jensen, “Junior Highs and Middle Schools: Some Critical Comments,” Catalyst for Change, 7 (2): 22-23, Winter 1978.

“The Case for Ogden’s Grid,” Catalyst for Change, 6 (3): 24-25, Spring 1977.

“The Opinions of Texas Science Teachers Concerning the Objectives of Education,” The Texas Science Teacher, 6 (1): 13-19, March 1977.

With J.L. Jackson, “A Chronological History of Selected Objectives for the Teaching of Secondary School Biology in the United States During the 1918-1972 Period as Reflected in Periodical Literature,” Science Education Information Reports, ERIC Environmental Education, Columbus, Ohio, 1976.

“Contributions of Major Committee Reports to the Teaching of Secondary School Chemistry: 1893-1975 Part III (1946-1975),” School Science and Mathematics, 76 (8): 639-646, December 1976.

“Contributions of Major Committee Reports to the Teaching of Secondary School Chemistry: 1893-1975 Part II (1921-1945),” School Science and Mathematics, 76 (7): 599-604, November 1976.

“Contributions of Major Committee Reports to the Teaching of Secondary School Chemistry: 1893-1975 Part I (1893-1920,” School Science and Mathematics, 76 (6): 461-465, October 1976.

With G. Haning, “Evaluating Games for the Science Classroom,” The Texas Science Teacher, 5 (3): 12-13, September 1976.

“Happy Birthday Dear Isaac,” The Science Teacher, 43 (3): 36-37, March 1976.

“The Effect of High School Chemistry Upon Achievement in College Chemistry: A Summary,” School Science and Mathematics, 76 (2): 122-126, February 1976.

“Secondary School Chemistry Teaching, 1918-1972: Objectives as Stated in Periodical Literature,” The Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 12 (3): 235-246, July 1975.

“The Perceptions of Educational Leaders in Texas Concerning the Objectives of Education,” TASCD Journal, 6 (1): 4-5, April 1975.

“The Views of Teachers as to the Objectives of Education,” Southern Journal of Educational Research, 9 (2): 95-109, Spring, 1975.

“The Perceptions of Pre-service Elementary School Teachers Concerning the Objectives of Education,” Education, 95 (3): 293-297, Spring 1975.

“Teaching Science: A Case for a Socio-Historical Approach,” School Science and Mathematics, 76 (2): 167-172. February 1975.

“A Chronological History of Selected Objectives for the Teaching of Secondary School Chemistry in the United States During the 1918-1972 Period as Reflected in Periodical Literature,” Science Education Reports, ERIC Information Analysis Center for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education, Columbus, Ohio, 1974.

With M. Cudd, “ISCS: Try It, You’ll Like It,” the Texas Science Teacher, 4 (8): 16-18, November 1974.

“How Well Do You Know Your Scientific Trivia?” the Texas Science Teacher, 4 (8): 10-11, 20, November 1974.

“Fun in Chemistry,” in “Readers Forum,” Chemistry, 47 *8): 30-31, September 1974.

With M.O. Pella, “The Objectives of Secondary School Chemistry Teaching as Reflected in Selected Professional Periodicals: 1918-1967,” Journal of Education Research, 67, (10): 472-480, July-August 1974.

“Scientific Literacy: A recommitment,” High School Journal, 57 (8): 351-355, May 1974.

“Carl Wilhelm Scheele: Sweden’s Apothecary Chemist,” The Texas Science Teacher, 4 (7): 809, May 1974.

“An Analysis of the Authorship of Articles Dealing with the Objectives of Secondary School Chemistry Teaching, 1918-1972,” Science Education, 58 (2): 181-184, April-June 1974.

With W. Jones et al. “Professional Competencies Necessary to Fulfill the Role of Instructional Officer,” TASCD Journal, 5 (1): 2-5, April 1974.

“Objecting to the Behavior,” Theory Into Practice, 12, (1): 54-57, February 1974.

“An Analysis of Published Research Pertaining to Objectives for the Teaching of Secondary School Chemistry,” School Science and Mathematics, 74 (2): 120-128, February 1974.

“A Model for the Development of Competency Based Programs in Supervision,” Catalyst for Change, 3 (1): 27-28, Fall 1973.

“The Opinions of Pre-service and Experienced Teachers Concerning the Objectives of Secondary Education,” TASCD Journal, 3 (2): 19-21, April 1973. 

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