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    Curriculum Vitae

    Karthigeyan Subramaniam Ph.D.

    (Updated Vitae November 2016)

    Contact: University of North Texas

    Teacher Education & Administration

    1155 Union Circle #310740

    Denton, Texas 76203-5017

    Phone: 940 565 3596

    Fax: 940 565 4952

    Email: Karthigeyan.Subramaniam@unt.edu

    Rank: Associate Professor (Fall 2015)

    Year Appointed: 2009

    Department: Teacher Education and Administration

    AREA of EXPERTISE

     Curriculum and Instruction-Secondary, Middle, and Elementary Science Teacher

    Education

     Qualitative Methodology, and Mixed Methods

     Educational Technology

    EDUCATION

    Year Degree Major Institution

    2001 Ph.D. Science Education University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

    Awarded University of Otago Jubilee

    Postgraduate Scholarship 1998-2001

    Dissertation Title:

    Constructing Classroom Meaning with the

    Integration of Computer Technology into

    Teaching

    1995 M.Ed. Secondary Science

    Education

    University of Florida, U.S.A.

    1993 B.Sc. Cell & Molecular

    Biology

    National University of Singapore, Republic of

    Singapore

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    EDUCATION

    Year Qualification Area of Specialization Institution

    2016 Certificate Differentiated Instruction in the

    Classroom

    (24 Hours of Training)

    University of North Texas Mini-

    courses

    2016 Certificate Teaching Science: Grades 4-6

    (24 Hours of Training)

    University of North Texas Mini-

    courses

    2015 Certificate Mixed Methods Research

    (30 Hours of Training)

    School of Social Work,

    Continuing Education, University

    of Michigan

    2013 Certificate Moving Toward NGSS:

    Connecting Science to Common

    Core With Picture-Perfect

    Science Lessons

    National Science Teachers

    Association, U.S.A.

    2013 Certificate TESOL: ESL for the Secondary

    Science Teacher

    University of Wisconsin Eau-

    Claire, U.S.A.

    2013 Certificate Effective Online Tutoring University of Oxford, United

    Kingdom

    2009 Certificate Educational Technology

    (15 Credit Hours)

    Penn State World Campus,

    Pennsylvania State University at

    University Park, U.S.A.

    1995 Certificate Grades 6-12 (Biology) Florida, U.S.A.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Begin/End Place of Employment Rank/Job Title

    2015-

    current

    Department of Teacher Education &

    Administration

    University of North Texas, Denton, Texas

    Associate Professor

    2009-2015 Department of Teacher Education &

    Administration

    University of North Texas, Denton, Texas

    Assistant Professor

    2005-2009 Department of Behavioral Sciences &

    Education

    Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg,

    Pennsylvania

    Assistant Professor

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    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Begin/End Place of Employment Rank/Job Title

    2004-2005 Department of Teacher Education

    Adelphi University, Long Island, New York

    Assistant Professor

    2001-2004 Republic of Singapore Science Teacher

    1998-2001 University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand Doctoral Student

    1996-1998 Raffles Girls’ Secondary School, Republic of

    Singapore

    Biology Teacher

    1994 Serangoon Gardens Secondary School,

    Republic of Singapore

    Science Teacher

    SCHOLARLY PUBLICATION RECORD

    a. Professional Refereed Articles

    Subramaniam, K. (2016) Teachers' organization of participation structures for teaching

    science with computer technology. Journal of Science Education and Technology,

    25(4), 527-540. First published online 08 February 2016. DOI

    10.1007/10956-01609619-z

    Acceptance Rate 11-20%, Blind Peer-Review, Impact Factor = 0.869

    Subramaniam, K. & Harrell, P. (2015). An analysis of prospective teachers’ knowledge for

    constructing concept maps. Educational Research, 57(3), 217-236.

    Acceptance Rate 6-10%, Citation Count = 01, Impact Factor = 0.339

    Harrell, P. & Subramaniam, K. (2015). Elementary Pre-service Teachers’ Conceptual

    Understanding of Dissolving: A Vygotskian Concept Development Perspective.

    Research in Science and Technological Education, 33(3), 304-324.

    Balanced writing with first author (approximately 50%), Acceptance Rate 40%, Blind

    Peer-Review, Impact Factor = 0.500

    Harrell, P. & Subramaniam, K. (2014). Teachers need to be as smart as a 5th grader:

    What pre-service teachers know about density. Electronic Journal of Science

    Education 18(6).

    Balanced writing with first author (approximately 50%), Acceptance Rate 20-22%,

    Citation Count = 01, Double-Blind Peer Review

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    SCHOLARLY PUBLICATION RECORD

    Harrell, P. & Subramaniam, K. (2014). A presumption of competence: Elementary pre-

    service teacher knowledge about dissolving. Journal of Computers in Mathematics

    and Science Teaching, 33(3), 283-304.

    Balanced writing with first author (approximately 50%), Acceptance Rate 10-19%,

    Double-Blind Peer Review

    Subramaniam, K. (2014). Student teachers’ conceptions of teaching biology. Journal of

    Biological Education, 48(2), 91-97. First published online 22 October 2013. DOI

    10.1080/00219266.2013.837405.

    Acceptance Rate 51%, Blind Peer-Review, Citation Count = 04, Impact Factor = 0.269

    Subramaniam, K. (2014). Prospective secondary mathematics teachers’ pedagogical

    knowledge for teaching the estimation of length measurements. Journal of

    Mathematics Teacher Education, 17(2), 177-198. First published online 07

    November 2013. DOI 10.1007/S10857-013-9255-2

    Acceptance Rate 23.1%, Blind Peer-Review, Citation Count = 03

    Subramaniam, K., & Harrell, P. (2013). Framing prospective elementary teachers'

    conceptions of dissolving as a ladder of explanations. Journal of Science Teacher

    Education, 24(7), 1177-1199. First published online 23 August 2013. DOI

    10.1007/s10972-013-9356-x.

    Acceptance Rate 25%, Blind Peer Review, Citation Count = 03

    Subramaniam, K. (2013). Examining the content of pre-service teachers' reflections of early

    field experiences. Research in Science Education, 43(5), 1851-1872. First

    published online 9 December 2012. DOI 10.1007/s11165-012-9337-7.

    Blind Peer Review, Citation Count = 03, Impact Factor = 1.268

    Subramaniam, K., Harrell, P. & Wojnowski, D. (2013). Analyzing prospective teachers’

    images of scientists using positive, negative and stereotypical images of scientists.

    Research in Science and Technological Education, 31(1), 66-89. First published

    online 30 November 2012. DOI 10.1080/02635143.2012.742883.

    Acceptance Rate 40%, Blind Peer-Review, Citation Count = 04, Impact Factor =

    0.500

    Subramaniam, K (2012). Minority pre-service teachers’ conceptions of teaching science:

    Sources of science teaching strategies. Research in Science Education, 43(2), 687-

    709. First published online 23 March 2012. DOI 10.1007/s11165-012-9284-

    3.

    Blind Peer Review, Citation Count = 04, Impact Factor = 1.104

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    SCHOLARLY PUBLICATION RECORD

    Subramaniam, K. (2012). How WebQuests can enhance science learning principles in the

    classroom. The Clearing House: Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas,

    85(6), 237-242. First published online 13 September 2012. DOI:

    10.1080/00098655.2012.698323.

    Acceptance Rate 30%, Blind Peer Review, Citation Count = 08

    Bullock, P. L., Subramaniam, K., Buenventura, L., & Lee, I. (2010). Looking below the

    surface: An analysis of an elementary teacher education program diversity

    transformation. International Journal for Cross Disciplinary Subjects in Education,

    1(3), 233-242.

    Peer-reviewed. Balanced writing with first author (approximately 50%). Coordinated

    revise and resubmit.

    Circulation Online, Citation Count = 02, Open Access Journal

    Subramaniam, K. (2010). Understanding changes in teacher roles through collaborative

    action research. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 21(8), 937-951. First

    published online 9 October 2010. DOI 10.1007/s10972-010-9217-9.

    Acceptance Rate 25%, Blind Peer Review, Citation Count = 08, Special Issue:

    Teacher Action Research.

    Subramaniam, K. (2010). Integrating writing frameworks into inquiry-based instruction.

    Science Educator, 19(2), 31-34.

    Acceptance Rate 14%, Citation Count = 05

    Subramaniam, K. (2007). Teachers' mindsets and the integration of computer technology.

    British Journal of Educational Technology, 38(6), 1056-1071.

    Acceptance Rate 9%, Blind Peer Review, Citation Count = 27, Impact Factor = 1.313

    Subramaniam, K. (2006). Creating a microteaching evaluation form: The needed evaluation

    criteria. Education, 126(4), 666-677.

    Acceptance Rate 50%, Citation Count = 35

    Subramaniam, K. (2010). Clash of