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Dr. Amy Corp

Assistant Professor

Department Curriculum and Instruction

Office Location: TAMUC- Navarro Partnership Main Office

Office Hours: T: 11-5 TH: 11-3

Phone: 903-875-7566

Email: Amy.Corp@tamuc.edu

Professional Vita


Teaching Mathematics Education, Early Childhood, Supervising students in the teaching field.


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Education

Ed. D. Curriculum and Instruction
Elementary Math Cognate
Baylor University (tentative 2014)

M. Ed. Curriculum and Instruction
Texas A & M University -Commerce, 2010

B.S., Elementary Education (P-8 Certification)
Kennesaw State University, 1996

Associate in Biblical Studies
Biblical Studies
Moody Bible Institute, 1994

Teaching Experience

2010- Present Clinical Instructor, TAMU-Commerce: Elementary Education 200, Early
           Childhood 366, 313, 364
           Teacher of Record, Baylor University: Teacher Education 1312, 2381 and 4321
2005-2011 Teacher (5th, 1st), Waxahachie ISD
2001-2003 Teacher (Spec. Ed, 1st) Pontiac Public Schools
1998-1999 Adult Education Instructor, Dallas ISD
1997-2001 Teacher (2nd) Dallas ISD

Publications

Presentations:

Papers
Corp, Amy (2012) Teaching Mathematics through fiction, American Association for Teaching and Curriculum 19th Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October, 2012.

Posters
Corp, Amy (2012) From the good book to the hood (poster presentation) American Association for Teaching and Curriculum 19th Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October, 2012.

Presenter
Corp, Amy (2012) Engaging students with nonfiction texts: Making connections, Texas Association for Institutional Research Regional Conference, Waco, Texas, October, 2012.

Corp, Amy (2012) Using apps to teach place value for elementary students, Teachers Teaching with Technology Regional Conference, Waco, Texas, October 2012.

Research Grants and Awards

2006, Science Readers for ESL, Education Foundation, Waxahachie, Texas $1800

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