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I collect books about baseball, religion, literature, and medieval history. Many books I have are autographed copies by famous scientists, actors, poets and sports figures including Jane Goodall, Jim Barnes (Native-American poet), James Tate (Pulitzer Prize winning poet), Kirk Douglas, and Buck O’Neill (former Negro Leagues manager). Theoretical physics including the “string theory” has caught my imagination lately. I enjoy thinking about things that most people never bother with whether its theology, physics, morality, or cryptozoology. Our culture now tries to crush the our innate originality and creativity. As teachers we must not betray our students to this juggernaut of standards, high-stakes testing, and mediocrity. The wisdom of other cultures can save us. I see immigration as a stimulating and healthy force in our culture. I believe the following: “You cannot begin to appreciate another culture unless you can see beauty in it. Our goal as teachers is to help our students see this beauty in other cultures as well as in our own.”
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EducationB.S.E. Social Science/Spanish. TrumanStateUniversity, Kirksville, Missouri, 1978M.A. EnglishTrumanState University, Kirksville, Missouri, 1980Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction/ESL, Oklahoma State University, 1989
SELECTED REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Tracy, G.E. (2003) Service Learning as a Tool to Enhance Cultural Sensitivity. In Practice (Nebraska Consortium for Service-Learning) University of Nebraska at Lincoln.
Potthoff, D.E, Fredrickson, S., Batenhorst, E., and Tracy, G.E. (2001) Learning about Cohorts – A Study of a Master’s Degree Program for Teachers. Action in Teacher Education, 23 (2), 36-42.
Li Xiaobing, Zhang Zujian, Tracy, G.E., and Duffy D. Trans. (1994) Chinese Generals Recall the Korean War. Chinese Historians. Spring & Fall, 1994. 13-14. 123-162.
Tracy, Glenn, and Li Xiaobing. Trans. (1992) Mao’s Telegrams During the Korean War, October-December, 1950. Chinese Historians, 1, 65-85.
Chapter in a book
Tracy, G.E. & Li, Xiaobing.Trans. (2001) Chapter 4: Political Mobilization and Control Lieutenant General (Ret.) Du Ping. In Xiaobing Li, Allan R. Millett, & Bing Yu (Eds), Mao’s Generals Remember Korea. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas, 2001. (pp. 61 – 78).
Xi Wang, Li Xiaobing, and Tracy, Glenn. Trans. (1996) Party Three: Origins of China’s Intervention in the Korean War, June-December 1950 In Shuguang Zhang & Jian Chen (Eds.), Chinese Communist Foreign Policy and the Cold War in Asia. Chicago: Imprint Publications, 1996. (pp.197 – 219).
Presentations and Papers Presented
Tracy, G.E. (2003, April). Title: Service Learning as a Tool to Help English LanguageLearners in K-12 Schools. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Youth Leadership Council, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Ziebarth, J., Potthoff, D., Tracy, G., & Albrecht, J. (2003, January). Title: The Impact ofCohorts: Looking Back at the first year of a Renewed Program for Prospective Teachers. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, New Orleans, LA. Moore, Tami, Dinsmore, J., Tracy, G.E., Shelton, D., Lopez, S. (2002, May) Title: The Platte River Corridor Project: Enhancing ESL Student Success. Presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME) Region VII Conference, University of Missouri at Kansas City, MO.
Tracy, G.E (2001, October) Title: .Advocacy for Teachers of K-12 Limited English Proficiency Students.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Network for Educational
Renewal, Denver, CO. Local/State
Tracy, G.E. (2002, February) Title: Enhancing Your Classroom: Strategies for Diverse Language Populations. Presented for the Center for Teaching Excellence Symposium. University of Nebraska at Kearney, Kearney, NE.
Tracy, G.E. (2000, May) Title: Working with Latino Youth. Presented at the Annual Meeting Of the Nebraska Juvenile Justice Association, Kearney, NE.
Current Professional and Academic Association Memberships
TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) MIDTESOL (Midwest Affiliate of TESOL) NABE (National Association of Bilingual Educators) ATE (Association of Teacher Educators) NAME (National Association of Multicultural Educators)
June, 2004 – Present Assistant Chair of Teacher Education & Director of Teacher
August, 2004 – Present Associate Professor of Education, University of Nebraska-Kearney
August, 1999- August, 2004 Assistant Professor of Education, University of Nebraska -Kearney
August 1997-May, 1999 Migrant Coordinator/ESL Content Class (Social Studies), Lexington Public Schools, Lexington, NE.
1995-97 Dean of Students, Phillips University
1989-1995 Director of University Learning Center, Phillips University
1984-89 International Student Advisor/ESL Program Director, Phillips
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