Scholarly and Creative Activities Directory

Kimberly Trimble, Ed.D.

Title: Associate Professor, Teacher Education

Department: Teacher Education

Office: COE 1414
Phone Extension: x3933
Email Username: ktrimble

Show All    Books and Book-Length Projects    Chapters in Books    Articles    Other Professional Documents    Selected Presentations    Grands Awarded    


Books and Book-Length Projects



 

Chapters in Books

  • ----- and J. Jacobs (1997). Learning Lessons of Change. In R.L. Sinclair and W.J. Ghory (eds.) Reaching and Teaching All Children (pp. 25-38). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
  • ----- (1996). Dear Steve: The case of case evaluation. In P. Desberg, J. A. Colbert, and K. D. Trimble (eds.) The Case for Education (173-184). NY: Allyn and Bacon.


 

Articles

  • ----- (in press). A Road to the Top: Training Teachers in Post-Taliban Afghanistan. Review of International Education.
  • ----- (April 1996). Building a Learning Community. Equity and Excellence 29 (1), 37-40
  • P. Porter and K. D. Trimble (Fall 1994). Videodiscs: Love ‘em or leave ‘em? Social Studies Review 34(1), 60-63.
  • P. Porter and K. D. Trimble (Spring 1994). More CD-ROM hits: Picks for Computer Sophisticates. Social Studies Review 34(3).
  • P. Porter and K. D. Trimble (Winter 1994). CD-ROM is here! And what you can do about it. Social Studies Review 33(2), 62-67.
  • ----- and J. C, McDermott (Fall 1993). Neighborhoods as learning laboratories. California Catalyst (Journal of the California Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development). 28-34.
  • P. Porter and K. D. Trimble (Fall 1993). What's new in United States history? Grades 8 and 11. Social Studies Review 33(1).
  • S. Prescott, K. D. Trimble, J. McGowan, D. Wolff, and P. Porter (1993). Cooperative Learning and Teaching 4(4), 14.
  • P. Porter and K. D. Trimble (Spring 1993). Computer Programs for World History: Grades 6, 7, and 10. Social Studies Review 32(3), 63-68.
  • ----- and R. L. Sinclair (1987). On the Wrong Track: Ability Grouping and the Threat to Equity. Equity and Excellence, 22(1&2), 21-31.


 

Other Professional Documents

  • W. Tierney, K. Trimble, Z. Wahab (June 2005). Statement of Work: Improving Higher Education in Afghanistan, U.S. Agency for International Development, Kabul, Afghanistan.
  • 2004, October CCTC Liberal Studies Program Response for Program Document
  • 2003, March CCTC Multiple and Single Subject Program Document (one of three major co-authors)


 

Selected Presentations

  • ----- and Tim Keirn (2007, September). Sharing Expertise: Course Modules to Infuse Asia into Teacher Education and General Education Courses in Asian Studies. Panel presentation at the 2007 Annual Symposium on Asia in the Curriculum, New York.
  • ----- (2006, November). Making Haste Slowly: Improving Teacher Education in Afghanistan. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the California Educational Research Association, Monterey.
  • ----- (2006, September) “Preparing Transfer Students for Teaching Professions.” Presentation at the CSU Community College Counselor Conference, Pasadena, California.
  • ----- (2006, May) “A Road to the Top:” Training Teachers in Post-Taliban Afghanistan. Paper presented at the International Conference of Education, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece.
  • ----- (2005, November). Making Haste Slowly: Improving Teacher Education in Afghanistan. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the California Educational Research Association, Long Beach.
  • ----- and O. Bayat (2004, April). Learning Language Together: Using Cooperative Learning in the English Language Classroom. Paper presented at the Developing Teacher Practices for Turkey Conference, Ankara, Turkey
  • ----- (1998, November). Making It Happen: Applying Multicultural Education in the Classroom. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the California Educational Research Association, San Diego.
  • ----- (1996, October). The First Day: How Experienced and Novice Teachers Start School. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the California Educational Research Association, Playa del Rey.
  • -----, P. Desberg, and J. A. Colbert (October 1994). Interactive Caseware: Using Technology for Teacher Education. Paper presented at the Constructing Cases for Reflective Practice Conference, Tuscon, Arizona
  • J. A. Colbert, D. E. Wolff, and K. D. Trimble (1994, April). Supporting and Assessing Beginning Teachers in a Large, Urban, Multicultural Setting: The BTSA Project at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.
  • J. C. McDermott and K. D. Trimble (1993). Creating Democratic Classrooms. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of California Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, November 1993.
  • ----- (1993, April). Curriculum Change and Teachers: Defenders and Innovators. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.
  • ----- and J. C. McDermott (1993, March). Neighborhoods as Instructional Laboratories: Learning and Living in the Local Community. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the California Council for the Social Studies, San Francisco.
  • ----- (1992, November). Innovation in Minority Teacher Recruitment: The FTI Experience. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the California Educational Research Association, San Francisco.
  • ----- (1991, November). Defenders of the Realm versus the Innovators: Anatomy of a School Crisis and Change. Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the California Educational Research Association, San Diego.
  • ----- (1991, April). Making It Fit: School Change and Teachers' Beliefs. Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.
  • ----- (1989, March). Teachers' Perceptions of Ability Grouping: Resistance, Change, and the Negotiation of Meaning. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.
  • ----- and R. Putnam (1988, April). Making the Best of It: Teachers' Perceptions of Ability Grouping. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.
  • ----- and R. L. Sinclair (1987, April) Thinking about Collaborative Evaluation. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.
  • ----- and R. L. Sinclair (1986, April). Ability Grouping and Differing Conditions for Learning. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.


 

Grands Awarded

  • Teacher Recruitment Project, $75,000 annually. 2004-2006.


 

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