Marianne C. Phillips, Ed. D. has been teaching in the College of Education at Texas A&M-San Antonio since July 2008. She teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses; including, Science Methods for Early Childhood and Elementary Levels, Teaching and Pedagogy for Early Childhood and Elementary Levels.
Dr. Phillips’ research interests are in science education and deal with the nature of science, science curriculum, and technology. She is an author of a research paper that was delivered at the 2006 National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Meeting, entitled, “Examination of Science Textbook Analysis Research Conducted on Textbooks Published Over the past 100 years in the United States”. This paper won the Journal of Research in Science Teaching “JARST” Award.
Additionally, Dr. Phillips is an author of an article published in each of the following journals: Early Years Journal, Science and Children, The Forum, New Teacher Advocate, Science Activities, NSTA’s Science and Children, CESI’s Science – The Journal of the Council for Elementary Science International. She has also published a chapter in a book titled, Awareness to citizenship: Environmental literacy for the elementary child.
Currently, Dr. Phillips serves on several committees including the Curriculum and Instruction, IRB Committee, Department Tenure and Promotion Committee, and Evaluation Committee. She has also served on several Department Search Committees for tenure track faculty.
Dr. Phillips is also a member of: Kappa Delta Pi International Education Honor Society, the Council for Elementary Science International (CESI), National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), and Science Teachers Association of Texas (STAT).
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