Bradley Bostick

Professional Experience Program Coordinator, Secondary + Clinical Assistant Professor (FSC)
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
5411

Biography

Bradley Bostick has worked in the field of education for more than 20 years. He graduated from The University of Arizona with both bachelors and masters degree in biochemistry and veterinary sciences as well as a master’s degree in Secondary Education. He completed his doctorate in education from Arizona State University in the field of leadership and innovation and is passionate about supporting novice teachers in high-need communities. Bradley has been a classroom teacher, mentor teacher, instructional coach, pedagogical expert and a clinical assistant professor. He has been employed at Arizona State University since 2007. Currently he is a Clinical Assistant Professor and is working as a Site Lead and Professional Experience Strategist in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

Publications

Bostick, B. (2013). Using social media and professional learning communities as tools for novice teacher collegiality and improved self-efficacy

Bostick B. & J. Hengesbach (2015). Classroom Connections – Video to Join Rural and Middle School Classrooms. Paper presented at The Arizona Science Teachers Association, Northern Arizona University, 6-7 November.

Bostick, B. & Lund, S, & Saltmarsh, S. (2017). Problem-Based Enhanced-Language Learning: Ensuring Access to Both Language and Content.  This research was supported by a grant from the Department of Education – Teacher Quality Partnership Program within the Center for the Advancement of Teaching.

Bostick, B & J. Hengesbach (2015). Solid Foundations – Finally an Integrated Modeling Middle School Curriculum. The Arizona Science Teachers Association, Northern Arizona University, 6-7 November.

Kisicki, T., Bostick, B., & Giacumo, L. (2011). Engaging Teachers 140 Characters at a Time. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011 (pp. 1367-1371). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Hernandez, J., Baca, M., Bostick, B., Jimenez-Silva, M., & Lund S. Poster sesson: Mapping the Future of Teacher Preparation toward Addressing Educational Opportunity Gaps for Emerging Bilingual Learners. Arizona Educational Research Organization. December 2016.

Lund, S. & Bostick, B. (October 2017). Enhancing the Science Classroom with Language and Problem Based Learning.  Arizona Science Teachers Association (Phoenix, AZ).

Lund, S. & Bostick, B.  (October 2016).  PBELL (Project Based Enhanced Language Learning): Building on a Classic.  Center for the Art & Science of Teaching (Scottsdale, AZ). 

Lund, S., Bostick, B. & Saltmarsh, S. (2018).  Demolishing Traditional Approaches to Science Instruction. Science Scope, 42 (4), 53-59

Thibault, M., Saltmarsh, S., Lund, S., & Bostick, B., Farr, W.J. (November 2018).  To Tweet or Not to Tweet: The Art of Persuasion.  National Council for Social Studies (Chicago, IL).

Research Activity

Bostick, B. (November 2018).  To Tweet or Not to Tweet: The Art of Persuasion.  ADE ESSA Conference (Tucson, AZ).

Bostick, B. & Farr, W.J.  (March 2017).  PBELL:  Ensuring 100% of content is accessible to 100% of students.  Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (San Francisco, CA). 

Lund, S. & Bostick, B. (October 2017). Enhancing the Science Classroom with Language and Problem Based Learning.  Arizona Science Teachers Association (Phoenix, AZ).

Lund, S., Saltmarsh, S & Bostick, B. (April 2018).  Meeting the needs of English language learners through a community-based learning approach.  Annual American Education Research Association Meeting (New York, NY). 

Thibault, M., Saltmarsh, S., Lund, S., & Bostick, B., Farr, W.J. (November 2018).  The Zaatari Refugee Camp: A Call to Action.  National Council for Social Studies (Chicago, IL),

Courses

Fall 2021
Course Number Course Title
SED 464 Middle-School Curr/Org
Spring 2021
Course Number Course Title
SED 397 Clinical Experience II
SED 478 Student Teaching: SED 6-12
SED 578 Student Teaching: Secondary Ed
Fall 2020
Course Number Course Title
SED 398 Clinical Experience
SED 478 Student Teaching: SED 6-12
SED 496 Clinical Experience III
SED 578 Student Teaching: Secondary Ed
Fall 2018
Course Number Course Title
TEL 201 Pro Ed: My Community Footprint
Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
TEL 101 Teachers College Experience I

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