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OTT Activities 2003-2004. November 10, 2003 CTE Panel Discussion Jane Briggs, Business Education teacher - Eastland Career Center Chuck Wilson, Ford ASSET Coordinator, Columbus State Community College Sheila Scott, Career Ed. Supervisor, Columbus Public Schools

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ott activities 2003 2004
OTT Activities 2003-2004
  • November 10, 2003
  • CTE Panel Discussion
    • Jane Briggs, Business Education teacher - Eastland Career Center
    • Chuck Wilson, Ford ASSET Coordinator, Columbus State Community College
    • Sheila Scott, Career Ed. Supervisor, Columbus Public Schools
    • Dr. Wes Budke, Agricultural Education faculty - Ohio State University
    • Lori Rice, IT instructor, Columbus State Community College
    • Blaine Waldron, Adult Ed. director, Columbus Public Schools
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OTT Activities 2003-2004
  • January 29, 2004
  • 12 new members were initiated

Kelly Robinson and Dr. Zirkle Julie Novel and Barb Reardon

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OTT Activities 2003-2004
  • May 11, 2004
  • OTT Annual Awards Breakfast

Dr. Wes Budke OTT Scholarship Winner, Kelly Leffler

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OTT Activities 2003-2004
  • August 9, 2004
  • WOSU Pledge Drive

Becky Senger, Craig Lomonico, Kelly Robinson Peter Yarrow and Barb Reardon

ott activities 2004 2005
OTT Activities 2004-2005
  • November 9, 2004
  • PRAXIS Workshop
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OTT Activities 2004-2005
  • March 10, 2005
  • The Eta Chapter of Omicron Tau Theta inducted 17 new members in their spring ceremony. This group represents the third-largest set of new initiates into OTT at one time in the history of the chapter, and the largest since November of 1981. The initiation ceremony was held at the Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE) at 1900 Kenny Rd. in the main auditorium.
ott activities 2005 2006
OTT Activities 2005-2006
  • OTT Scholarship

Awarded

Hyosun Kim, a Ph.D.

student in Workforce

Development and

Education was awarded

the 2005-06 Omicron

Tau Theta Scholarship.

Hyosun is shown with

Dr. Chris Zirkle, OTT

Chapter advisor

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OTT Activities 2005-2006
  • November 1, 2005
  • PRAXIS Workshop

Susan Nell

Dr. Jim Pinchak

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OTT Activities 2005-2006
  • May 25, 2006
  • The Eta Chapter of Omicron Tau Theta inducted 13 new members in their spring ceremony

Debra Boroff Sheila Thompson

ott activities 2006 2007
OTT Activities 2006-2007
  • PRAXIS CD
  • As part of an ongoing
  • effort to assist teacher
  • candidates with the
  • PRAXIS assessments,
  • OTT helped produce
  • more than 500 CD’s of
  • study materials for
  • teacher candidates
  • across the Columbus
  • campus and the four
  • regional campuses
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OTT Activities 2006-2007
  • NDC Celebration of Achievement and Appreciation
    • Co-sponsored with CETE
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OTT Activities 2006-2007

Omicron Tau Theta sponsored an international study presentation at CETE, featuring Dr. Moriki Terada of Nagoya University (Japan), Dr. Matthias Pilz of University of Freiburg (Germany), Dr. Seung IL Na of Seoul National University (South Korea) and Chris Zirkle, The Ohio State University. Papers were presented on various topics related to education and training for the workplace.

Dr. Seung IL Na chats with Dr. McCaslin of The Ohio State University and Dr. Ike Kershaw of the Ohio Department of Education

Professor Moriki Terada presents his research

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OTT Activities 2006-2007
  • May 24, 2007
  • The Eta Chapter inducted 11 new members in the spring ceremony

President Margaret Owens begins the initiation ceremony

Eddie Fletcher signs the membership book

ott activities 2007 2008
OTT Activities 2007-2008
  • Eddie Fletcher, a Ph.D. student in Workforce Development and Education was awarded the 2007-08 Omicron Tau Theta Scholarship
ott activities 2008 2009
OTT Activities 2008-2009

On November 17, 2008 the Eta Chapter hosted a panel discussion entitled “An Introduction to Career and Technical Education”, designed to introduce the topic to students across all the teacher licensure programs at Ohio State. Eight panel members, all graduates of various Ohio State CTE programs, discussed specific questions about their respective CTE programs

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OTT Activities 2008-2009
  • New Member Initiation
  • On June 11, 2009, six individuals were inducted into the Eta Chapter of Omicron Tau Theta.
  • Allison Arra, M.A. graduate in Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Daniel Foster, Ph.D. graduate in Human and Community Resource Development
  • Matt Green, M.A. graduate in Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Brad Henry, M.A. graduate in Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Michelle Maskulinski, M.A. graduate in Workforce Dev. & Ed
  • Charles Saunders, Ph.D. student in Workforce Dev. & Ed
ott activities 2009 2010
OTT Activities 2009-2010

On November 23, 2009 the Eta Chapter of Omicron Tau Theta hosted a panel discussion entitled “An Introduction to Career and Technical Education”, designed to introduce the topic to students across all the teacher licensure programs at Ohio State. Nine panel members, all graduates of various Ohio State CTE programs, discussed specific questions about their respective CTE programs. Twenty-seven people attended the discussion in the PAES Building, including a group of visiting scholars from Indonesia.

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OTT Activities 2009-2010
  • OTT Member Wins Dissertation Award
  • Kattlyn Wolf, assistant professor in agricultural and extension education at the University of Idaho, has been awarded the Omicron Tau Theta Research Award for her dissertation titled “Agricultural Education Teacher Self-Efficacy: A Descriptive Study of Beginning Agricultural Education Teachers in Ohio”. The award was presented at the Association for Career and Technical Education Research (ACTER) conference in Nashville, TN on November 18, 2009. The OTT Research award is presented to the OTT member who was found to have written the best doctoral dissertation from those studies nominated. She was nominated by Dr. Larry Miller, professor in the Department of Human and Community Resource Development at Ohio State University. Wolf earned her doctorate in agricultural education at Ohio State in August 2008 and was inducted into the Eta Chapter in 2007.
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OTT Activities 2009-2010
  • New Member Initiation
  • June 4, 2010, nine individuals were inducted into the Eta Chapter of Omicron Tau Theta.
  • Craig Abram, MA Graduate, Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Tai Brannon, Graduate student, Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Tiffany Dixon, MA Graduate, Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Jeremy Falk, Graduate student, Agricultural Education
  • Jenny Hinz, MA Graduate, Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Kristina Howell, Graduate student, Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Richard Kayser, Graduate student, Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Ken Schaefer, Graduate student, Workforce Dev. & Education
  • Allie Wing, Graduate student, Workforce Dev. & Education
ott activities 2010 2011
OTT Activities 2010-2011
  • On October 11, 2010 the OTT scholarship was awarded to Kristina Howell and Lindsey Martin, graduate students in Workforce Development and Education.
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OTT Activities 2010-2011
  • Panel Discussion
  • On November 8, 2010 the Eta Chapter of Omicron Tau Theta hosted a panel discussion entitled “An Introduction to Career and Technical Education”, designed to introduce the topic to students across all the teacher licensure programs at Ohio State. Five panel members, all graduates of various Ohio State CTE programs, discussed specific questions about their respective CTE programs including:
    • What are the goals and objectives of CTE courses and programs?
    • How does CTE fit in within the broader K-12 system?
    • How do CTE courses and programs connect with traditional academic disciplines?
  • The panel also entertained questions from the audience. Twenty people attended the discussion in the PAES Building, including a group of visiting scholars from Indonesia.
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OTT Activities 2010-2011
  • Panel Members: Tony Thivener – Career-Based Intervention teacher, Grandview Heights High School, Josh Jennings – Assistant Director, Springfield-Clark Career-Technology Center, Ruth Ann Norris: Family Consumer Sciences teacher – Thomas Worthington High School, Eric Wallace: Criminal Justice instructor – Eastland Career Center, Dave Weibel: Horticulture instructor – Ohio Reformatory for Women
ott activities 2011 2012
OTT Activities 2011-2012
  • Panel Discussion
  • On Tuesday, November 14, 2011, the Eta Chapter of Omicron Tau Theta hosted a panel discussion entitled “An Introduction to Career and Technical Education”, designed to introduce the topic to students across all the teacher licensure programs at Ohio State. Eight panel members, all graduates of various Ohio State CTE programs, discussed specific questions about their respective CTE programs including:
    • What are the goals and objectives of CTE courses and programs?
    • How does CTE fit in within the broader K-12 system?
    • How do CTE courses and programs connect with traditional academic disciplines?
  • The panel also entertained questions from the audience. Twenty people attended, including a group of Indonesian scholars who were visiting OSU.
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OTT Activities 2011-2012
  • Panel discussants from left: Michelle Masculinski, Health Occupations instructor, Fairfield Career Center; Deb Stith, Career Pathways Specialist, Southwest Career Center; Kris Sander, Business teacher, Grove City High School;Eric Wallace, Criminal Justice instructor, Eastland Career Center; Bonnie Gamary, Family Consumer Sciences teacher, Dublin Jerome High School; Barry Fee, Horticulture instructor, Ohio Reformatory for Women; Tony Thivener, Career-Based Intervention teacher, Grandview High School; Josh Jennings, Instructional supervisor, Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center
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OTT Activities 2011-2012
  • Bonnie Gamary from Dublin City Schools, discusses an issue with a group of visiting scholars from Indonesia
  • OSU student Curt Wellington talks with Eric Wallace from Eastland Career Center
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OTT Activities 2011-2012
  • The Teaching Profession: Seminar
  • On Tuesday, November 22, the Eta Chapter of Omicron Tau Theta hosted a seminar entitled “Finding and Keeping Your First Teaching Job: Strategies and Tips From the Field”, designed to answer the following questions:
    • Looking to begin your teaching career in 2012-13?
    • Do you know how to look for jobs, and how to be successful in your search?
    • Do you know what you will be expected to do as part of the licensure process during your first year of teaching?
    • Do you know how to develop appropriate relationships with the students you will be teaching?
  • Presenters included Judith Monseur, Ohio Department of Education; Neal Handler, Coordinator of Human Resources, Dublin City Schools; Brad Barboza, School Principal in Gahanna; Matt Cygnor, Executive Director of Human Resources & District Operations, Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools; and Dr. Jim Pinchak, Senior Lecturer, School of PAES, Ohio State University, Former high school principal and state department official.
  • More than 70 students attended the three break-out sessions!
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OTT Activities 2011-2012
  • Judith Monseur from the Ohio Department of Education, discusses Ohio’s new Resident Educator program
  • Dr. Jim Pinchak talks with students about establishing professional boundaries
  • OSU student Steve Rider talks with Neal Handler from Dublin City Schools