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Max Longhurst

Max Longhurst

Assistant Professor

Educational Background:

Education:
M.Ed., Elementary Education (Curriculum and Instruction), Arizona State University, 1995.
B.S., Elementary Education, Brigham Young University, 1993.
 

Education Experience:
Education Specialist III, Utah State University 1999-Present
School of TEAL – Outreach, Director 2009-Present
Student Teaching Supervisor 2009-Present Director of Elementary Science CORE Academy 2001-2008
National Staff Development Council, Academy XIII Graduate 2001-2003
Managing Editor SubJournal 2000-2002
Coordinator of Science for the NonScientist Workshop, Bear Lake 1999-2001
Director of SubOrientation Video and SubInstructor CD 1999-2001
Cache County Schools, Logan Utah. 1997-1999
Fifth Grade Teacher Biography Fair Coordinator
Digital Portfolio Team Student Council Advisor
Site Council
Mesa Public Schools, Mesa Arizona 1993-1997
Fourth, Fifth, & Sixth Grade Teacher Technology Liaison
Science Synergy Circle Summer School Head Teacher
Principal’s Advisory Council Science Liaison
Invention Convention Chair

Teaching Experience:
Student Teaching Supervisor Spring 2009
ELED 6220 – Workshop in Early Childhood Education (Utah State University) 2003-2008
ELED 6240 – Workshop in Science Education (Utah State University) 2003-2008
ELED 6300 – Workshop in Math Education (Utah State University) 2003-2008
SCED 3300 – Science Clinical I (Utah State University) Fall 2005
SCED 4300 – Science Clinical II (Utah State University) Fall 2005

Honors and Awards:
Marvin N. Tolman Life Long Service Award – Utah Science Teachers Association honor in February 20, 2009.
Outstanding Higher Education Teacher – Utah Science Teachers Association honor in February 2004.
2001 Telly Award – Producer/Director of the SubInstructor CD.

Projects Funded:
Utah Math Science Partnership (CORE Academy UTMSP II) 2007 – 2008
Funded $170,000/ year for 2 years
K-2 Professional Development Funding of Elementary CORE Academy 2002 – 2008
Funded $135,000 yearly
3-4 Professional Development Funding of Elementary CORE Academy 2002 – 2008
Funded $135,000 yearly
5-6 Professional Development Funding of Elementary CORE Academy 2002 – 2008
Funded $135,000 yearly
Special Education Services Unit Funding of Elementary CORE 2003 – 2008
Funded $50,000 yearly
Utah Math Science Partnership (CORE Academy UTMSP) 2004 – 2006
Funded $212,000/ year for 3 years
Creation of “Search for the Water Cycle” 2002
Funded $20,000
The Electronic Portfolio and Resume Project 2001 – 2002
Funded $30,000 for 1 year

Published Work:
Zsiray, S.W. (2003). Electronic Portfolio and Resume Project. Theories & Practices in Supervision and Curriculum. May 2003, 31-34.
Longhurst, M.L. (2002). Search for the Water Cycle. Salt Lake City, UT: International Office for Water Education.
Longhurst, M.L.(2001). Attracting and Keeping GREAT Substitute Teachers Impact: A Journal for Secondary School Principals, Winter 2001, 15-17.
Longhurst, M.L.(2001). Handyman training for substitutes: How districts can prepare substitute teachers SubJournal: For Personnel Responsible for Substitute Teachers. v.2 number 1
Hawkins, A., & Longhurst, M.L. (2000). Don’t leave home without a SubPack. New Teacher Advocate, 8 (1), 9.
Longhurst, M.L. (2000). Enhance “ONE” year of education. SubJournal: For Personnel Responsible for Substitute Teaching, v.1 (1), 40-47.

Training Materials:
Longhurst, M.L., (2008). Elementary CORE Academy Handbooks K-6.
Longhurst, M.L., (2007). Elementary CORE Academy Handbooks K-6.
Longhurst, M.L., (2006). Elementary CORE Academy Handbooks K-6.
Longhurst, M.L., (2005). Elementary CORE Academy Handbooks K-6.
Longhurst, M.L., (2004). Elementary CORE Academy Handbooks K-6.
Longhurst, M.L., (2003). Elementary CORE Academy Handbooks K-6.
Longhurst, M.L., (2002). Elementary Science CORE Academy Content.
Longhurst, M.L.(2001-2002). Search for the Water Cycle, 4th Grade Water Curriculum.
Longhurst, M.L. Smith, G.G., (2000). SubInstructor CD. Logan, UT: Substitute Teaching Institute, Utah State University.
Longhurst, M.L. Smith, G.G., (1999). SubOrientation Video. Logan, UT: Substitute Teaching Institute, Utah State University.

Professional Presentations:
Longhurst M.L., Nance P., & Paulson N., (2006) Statewide Professional Development is Possible: Utah’s Elementary CORE Academy NSDC Conference Session Presentation, Nashville, Tennessee.
Longhurst M.L., Tippets, Z., (2002). The Electronic Portfolio and Resume Project Nevada League of Professional Schools, Spring Conference Session Presentation. Henderson, Nevada.
Longhurst, M.L., (2002). Training first year and substitute teachers. NAESP Conference Session Presentation. San Antonio, Texas.
Longhurst M.L., (2002). When the cat is away the mice will… Utah Mentor Teacher Academy Conference Session Presentation. Provo, Utah.
Longhurst, M.L., (2001). Training first year and substitute teachers. NSDC Conference Session Presentation. Denver, Colorado.
Longhurst, M.L., (2001). 5th & 6th Grade Science for the NonScientist Workshop. Elementary science teacher training. Bear Lake, Utah.
Longhurst, M.L., (2001). Training substitutes and first year teachers. UASCD/USDC Conference Session Presentation. Park City, Utah.
Longhurst, M.L., (2001). STEP-IN Substitute teacher training. SubSolutions Conference Session Presentation. Park City, Utah.
Longhurst, M.L., (2000). Enhance 1 year of learning with substitute teacher training. NSDC Conference Session Presentation. Atlanta, Georgia.
Longhurst, M.L., (2000). 3rd & 4th Grade Science for the NonScientist Workshop. Elementary science teacher training. Bear Lake, Utah.
Longhurst M.L., (2000). Implementing district policies and practices that effectively recruit and retain substitutes. NSDC Conference Session Presentation. Atlanta, Georgia.
Longhurst, M.L., (2000). Substitute training on a budget. SubSolutions Conference Session Presentation,. Park City, Utah.
Longhurst, M.L., (1999). Substitute teacher skill training. NSDC Conference Session Presentation., Dallas, Texas.
Longhurst, M.L., (1999). Dealing with the substitute teacher shortage. AASPA Conference Presentation., Phoenix, Arizona.
Longhurst, M.L., (1999). K-1 & 2nd Grade Science Workshop. Elementary science teacher training. Bear Lake & Provo, Utah.
Longhurst, M.L., (1997). Student-led conferencing training. School training for staff of Porter Elementary. Mesa, Arizona.
Longhurst, M.L., (1997). Experiential education workshop. School workshop for in-service teachers at Porter Elementary. Mesa, Arizona.



Contact Information

Office Location: EBLS 239
Phone: 435-797-7093
Email: max.longhurst@usu.edu