2008 National Conference » Speakers

Pam Newman

Regis University

Dr. Newman has 35 years in public schools, which includes K-12 Social Studies Curriculum Specialist and secondary history teacher. Primary areas of expertise are in K-12 social studies content and curriculum, assessment, teaching strategies, cross cultural training, current educational issues, leadership/administration, and adult staff development. Dr. Newman has six Fulbrights and co-directed two Fulbrights for teachers, all which reflect the continual love of learning about the world. For 20 years, she has taught at Regis University in the the School for Professional Studies.

Speaker Events

Saturday, July 5

Enduring Communities Educators Presentation
Mary Grace Ketner, Consultant, UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures
Toni Loroña-Allen, Middle School Educator, Sacaton Middle School, Sacaton School District
Allyson Nakamoto, Teacher Programs Manager, Japanese American National Museum
Pam Newman, Regis University
Rebecca Sánchez, Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico
Dave Seiter, High School Educator, Northridge High School, Davis School District
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Location: Capitol 7, 4th Floor
Topic: Defining, Preserving and Expanding the Community