Curriculum Vitae Victor D. Sampson January 24, 2014 General Information



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Invited Workshops
Sampson, V., Enderle, P., & Grooms, J. (2013, December). Argument-Driven Inquiry. Workshop delivered at Polk County School District, Lakeland, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2013, November). Argumentation in Biology. Workshop delivered at Miami-Dade School District, Miami, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V., & Grooms, J. (2013, November). Improving the teaching and learning of science in elementary classrooms. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V., & Enderle, P. (2013, October). Argument-Driven Inquiry. Workshop delivered at Volusia County School District, Daytona Beach, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V., & Enderle, P. (2013, September). Argument-Driven Inquiry in Chemistry and Physics Classrooms. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V., & Stramitis, A. (2013, September). Argument-Driven Inquiry in Middle School Science Classrooms. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2013, June). Developing valid, reliable, and useful formative assessments. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V., & Grooms, J. (2013, May). Argument-Driven Inquiry. Workshop delivered at Volusia County School District, Daytona Beach, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V., Grooms, J., & Enderle, P. (2013, January). Argument-Driven Inquiry for Science Achievement. Workshop delivered at Leon County School District, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V., & Enderle, P. (2012, August). Writing in science using the science writing heuristic and argument-driven inquiry. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2012, July). Developing valid, reliable, and useful formative assessments. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V., Southerland, S., Grooms, J., & Enderle, P. (2012, May). Improving the teaching and learning of Biology. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2011, July). How to use the Science Writing Heuristic and Argument-Driven Inquiry to Promote Learning in the Science Classroom. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2011, June). How to use the Science Writing Heuristic and Argument-Driven Inquiry to Promote Learning in the Science Classroom. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2010, August). How to use the Science Writing Heuristic and Argument-Driven Inquiry to Promote Learning in the Science Classroom. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2010, July). How to use technology and reform-based instructional models such as Argument-Driven Inquiry to improve student learning in science. Workshop delivered at Panhandle Area Education Consortium (PAEC), Tallahassee, FL. (State)
Sampson, V. (2010, June). Writing and Learning in the Science Classroom: Two instructional models. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2009, June). How to Promote and Support Writing and Learning in the Science Classroom. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2008, June). Modeling Scientific Argumentation in the Classroom. Workshop delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2007, April). Fostering collaboration in classrooms. Workshop delivered at Jess Schwartz Community High School, Phoenix, AZ. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2005, March). Web-based Instruction in Science Education using WISE. Workshop delivered at Dysart School District, Phoenix, Arizona. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2002, June). Teaching science through inquiry. Workshop delivered at Kent School District, Kent, Washington. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2001, January). Technology Integration in Student-Centered Classrooms. Workshop delivered at Renton School District, Renton, WA. (Local)

Refereed Workshops
Sampson, V., & McClellan, M. (2001, July). Using Modeling to Meet the Science EALRs. Workshop delivered at Washington State Science Teacher Association, Vancouver, WA. (State)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Sampson, V. (2013, June). Science: What should students know about it and how can we help students understand it better? Delivered at National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2013, May). Improving instruction and assessment in science. Delivered at Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2012, August). Argument-Driven Inquiry as a way to promote the development of science proficiency. Delivered at the Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V., & Grooms, J. (2012, March). Assessment that can promote and support student learning in Biology. Delivered at the Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2011, October). Inquiry in science education. Delivered at the Florida Center for Research in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics education (FCR-STEM) at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (State)
Sampson, V. (2011, July). Inquiry in science education. Delivered at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2011, June). Transforming traditional laboratory activities using the Argument-Driven Inquiry instructional model. Delivered at the Panhandle Area Educational Consortium, Chipley, FL. (State)
Sampson, V. (2011, May). Argument-Driven Inquiry in the middle and high school laboratory: The further development and refinement of an instructional model. Delivered at the Learning System Institute at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2011, February). The Argument-Driven Inquiry instructional model. Delivered at the Department of Instructional Systems at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2010, September). Argument-Driven Inquiry in the middle and high school laboratory: A research project. Delivered at the FSUS Board of Directors meeting, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2010, September). Inquiry-based instruction and classroom management: Challenges and solutions. Delivered at the NSTA New Science Teacher Academy, Arlington, VA. (National)
Sampson, V. (2010, February). Argument-Driven Inquiry: Current Research and Future Directions. Delivered at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and the College of Education at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2009, September). Argument-Driven Inquiry and Science Proficiency: Current Research and Future Directions. Delivered at the Department of Teaching & Learning in the College of Education at The University of Iowa, Cedar Rapids, IA. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2009, September). Classroom management and inquiry-based instruction: Challenges and solutions. Delivered at the NSTA New Science Teacher Academy, Arlington, VA. (National)
Sampson, V. (2009, September). Learning from and about argumentation with Argument-Driven Inquiry. Delivered at the FSUS Board of Directors meeting, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2009, June). Inquiry in science education. Delivered at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2009, June). The role of explanation and argumentation in Science. Delivered at a meeting of the Young Scholars Program at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Sampson, V. (2008, September). Inquiry-based instruction and classroom management: Challenges and solutions. Delivered at the NSTA New Science Teacher Academy, Arlington, VA. (National)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Marty, P. (PI), Douglas, I. (Co-PI), Southerland, S. (Co-PI), & Sampson, V. (Co-PI). (Sep 2010–Aug 2014). Habitat Tracker: Learning about Scientific Inquiry through Digital Journaling of Wildlife Centers. Funded by United States Department of Education. (R305A100782). Total award $1,156,497.
Sampson, V. (PI), Southerland, S. (Co-PI), & Granger, D. (Co-PI). (Jul 2010–Jun 2014). National Center for Education Research: Argument-Driven Inquiry in the Middle and High School Laboratory – The refinement and further development of a new instructional model. Funded by United States Department of Education. (R305A100909). Total award $1,062,214.
Travis, J. (PI), Granger, D. (Co-PI), Southerland, S. (Co-PI), Clark, K. (Co-PI), & Sampson, V. (Co-PI). (Jun 2009–May 2014). Learning to Teach for Equity in Science and Mathematics Classrooms: The Florida State Noyce Scholarship Program. Funded by National Science Foundation. (0934702). Total award $726,260.
Sampson, V. (PI). (May 2008–Aug 2008). Science teachers and scientific argumentation. Funded by FSU Council on Research and Creativity (CRC). Total award $16,000.
Sampson, V. (PI). (Sep 2006–Jun 2007). Mobile multi-media decision theater. Funded by Salt River Project Learning Grant Program. Total award $5,000.
Sampson, V. (PI). (Sep 2001–Jun 2002). Enhancing the science curriculum of Lindbergh high school through the use of technology and inquiry-based instruction. Funded by Boeing's "Flight to the Future" Grant Program. Total award $15,000.
Sampson, V. D. (PI). (Sep 2000–Jun 2001). The Lindbergh high school teacher leadership project. Funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grant Program. Total award $10,000.
Sampson, V. (PI). (Sep 1999–Jun 2000). Family science nights. Funded by Washington Mutual Mini-grant Program. Total award $1,000.

Contracts and Grants Pending
Grooms, J. (PI), Sampson, V. (Co-PI), Clark, K. (Co-PI), Oates, W. (Co-PI), & Tyson, G. (Co-PI). (Aug 2013). Assessment Protocols for Researching Argumentation in School Environments (APRAISE): A development and validation study of discipline-specific observation protocols for measuring student argumentation. Submitted to Institute of Education Science (IES).
Sampson, V. (PI), Granger, D. (Co-PI), Dixon, K. (Co-PI), & Ke, F. (Co-PI). (Aug 2013). Biology Reform Through Argument-Driven Inquiry: BRAIN. Submitted to United States Department of Education.
Sampson, V. (PI), Grooms, J. (Co-PI), & Enderle, P. (Co-PI). (Aug 2013). Subcontract: An Efficacy Study of Argument-Driven Inquiry in High School Chemistry. Submitted to WestEd.
Southerland, S. (PI), Sampson, V. (Co-PI), Granger, D. (Co-PI), & Enderle, P. (Co-PI). (Aug 2013). Promoting Argumentation and Writing in Science: Developing a Professional Development Interventions for Teachers (PAWS-PD). Submitted to Institute of Education Sciences.
Whitacre, I. (PI), Kercheval, A. (Co-PI), Enderle, P. (Co-PI), Sampson, V. (Co-PI), & Andrews-Larson, C. (Co-PI). (Aug 2013). Generating Opportunities for Flexibility, Argumentation, & Rigor in Middle School Mathematics - The Development of a New Instructional Model. Submitted to Institute of Education Sciences.
Sampson, V. (PI), Capstick, S. (Co-PI), Logan, T. (Co-PI), Southerland, S. (Co-PI), Grooms, J. (Co-PI), Enderle, P. (Co-PI), & Ke, F. (Co-PI). (Jan 2013). Advancing Learning in Physics And Chemistry Through Argument Driven Inquiry: An Efficacy Study of Argument Driven Inquiry in Two Different Contexts. Submitted to National Science Foundation.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, Quality Enhancement Plan Committee (2012–2013).
Panelist, Academic Honor Policy Hearing Panel (2012).

FSU College Service
Member, Council on Research in Education (2012–present).
Member, Review Committee for the COE Planning Grant and Multidisciplinary Grant programs (2012–present).
Mentor, COE Voluntary Research Collaborator Program (2011–present).
Member, Office of Research Editor Search Committee (2013).
Member, FSUS Advisory Committee (2009–2011).
Member, Appeals Committee (2009–2010).
Commencement Marshal, College of Education (2008–2010).

FSU Department Service
Member, Curriculum Committee (2013–present).
Member, Graduate Studies Committee (2012–present).
Member, Student Life Committee (2011–2012).
Member, Budget Committee (2010–2011).

FSU Program Service
Coordinator, Science Education Major (2012–present).
Member, Steering Committee, FSUTeach (2008–present).
Member, 2012 FSU-Teach Math Education Search Committee (2012–2013).
Chair, New Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Science and Mathemetics Program Development Committee (2009–2011).
Coordinator, Science Education Doctoral Program (2007–2011).
Chair, 2010 FSU-Teach Master Teacher Search Committee (2010).
Member, On Campus Masters Degree Program Revision Project (2007–2009).
Data Liaison, FSUTeach (2008).

The Profession
Editorial Board Membership(s)
Science Education (2013–present).
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2009–2012).
Executive Review Board for the American Education Research Association (AERA) Division C, Section 4 (2008–2010).

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Educational Researcher (2013–present).
International Journal of Science Education (IJSE) (2011–present).
Instructional Science (IS) (2010–present).
Eurasian Journal of Educational Research (2010–present).
Research in Science Education (2009–present).
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2003–present).
Science Education (2007–2013).

Chair of a Symposium
Sampson, V. (Chair). (2012, April). Argument focused instruction and science proficiency. Symposium conducted at the meeting of National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Indianapolis, IN.
Sampson, V. D., & Berland, L. (Chair). (2011, April). Exploring Classroom Based Scientific Argumentation: A Methodological Discussion. Symposium conducted at the meeting of American Education Research Association (AERA), New Orleans, LA.
Clark, D., & Sampson, V. D. (Chair). (2007, May). Evaluating the Quality of Dialogical Argumentation in CSCL: Moving beyond an Analysis of Formal Structure. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, new Brunswick, NJ.
Clark, D., & Sampson, V. (Chair). (2006, May). Using Computers and Online Environments to Support Argumentation. Symposium conducted at the meeting of American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA.
Clark, D., & Sampson, V. (Chair). (2006, May). International perspectives on argumentation research in science education: Achievements, current boundaries, and next steps. Symposium conducted at the meeting of National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, CA.

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Science Foundation (2012).

Service to Professional Associations
Discussant, related paper set, Assessing Scientific Argumentation: Challenges and Future Directions, at the 2013 International Conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (2013).
Member, Outstanding Doctoral Research Award Committee, National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) (2009–2012).
Presider, SC-Paper Set: Development of Critical Thinking Skills in Secondary Science. Session held at the Annual International Conference. Garden Grove, CA, National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) (2009).
Presider, SC-Paper Set: Teaching and Learning Chemistry: Lessons from the Field. Session held at the Annual International Conference. Garden Grove, CA, National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) (2009).
Round Table Discussion Presider of Session 12A, Argumentation Research in Science Education. Session held at the Annual Conference , National Association for Research in Science Teaching (2006).
Proposal Reviewer, 2006 Annual Meeting, American Educational Research Association (2005).

Service to Other Universities
Mentor, Preparing Future Faculty Program, Arizona State University (2005–2006).
Committee Member, Elementary Science Methods Curriculum Development Project, Arizona State University (2004–2005).
Cooperating Teacher, Teacher Education Program, University of Washington (2001–2002).

The Community
Organizer, Tutoring Program at Godby High School, Leon County Schools (2011–present).
Member, Science Teacher Selection Committee, 2010 Presidential Teaching Awards (2010).
Member of the Office of the Superintendent, Public Instruction (OSPI) Performance Assessment Development Cadre, State of Washington Office of the Superintendent for Public Instruction (2001–2002).

Consultation
Columbus State University. External evaluator for the Columbus Region Academy of Future teachers of STEM (CRAFT-STEM) project (2011–present).
Lawrence Hall of Science at UC-Berkeley and Boston College. Advisory Board Member of the "Constructing and critiquing arguments: Diagnostic assessment for information and action systems" project (2011–present).
Center for Integrating Research and Learning (FSU Magnet Lab). Member of the Advisory Board (2011–present).
Hofstra University. External Evaluator for the The Noyce Scholars Program for Mathematics Teaching at Hofstra University project (2010–present).
Panhandle Area Educational Consortium (PAEC). Science Teacher Professional Development Provider for the STEM21id²: SySTEMic Change to implement 21st Century Instructional Design and Delivery project (2010–2011).
BUC Technologies LLC. Educational Software Development (2010).
Massachusetts Department of Education. State K-12 Science Standards Revision (2010).
Michigan Math Science Centers Network. Workshop development: Using writing to teach science (2010).
Florida Partnership to Rejuvenate and Optimize Math and Science Education (PROMiSE). Science Specialist for the Curriculum Planning and Learning Management System (CPALMS) project (2008–2010).
Lastinger Center for Learning in the College of Education at the University of Florida. Summit on Mathematics and Science Education: "Addressing the Crisis of Mathematics and Science Achievement in Florida and the Nation." (2009).
Evaluation Systems of Group of Pearson. Assessment Instrument Development: Florida Teacher Competency Exam (FTCE) (2008).
Partnership to Rejuvenate and Optimize Mathematics and Science Education in Florida. Reviewer: PROMiSE 6-8 Science Teacher Professional Development Module (2008).
Evaluation Systems of Group of Pearson. Assessment Instrument Development: Florida Teacher Competency Exam (FTCE) (2008).
Partnership to Rejuvenate and Optimize Mathematics and Science Education in Florida. New Curriculum Development: PROMiSE Teacher Professional Development Module (2008).

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