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William P. Callahan. Papers, 1994-2002.
Title: William P. Callahan. Papers, 1994-2002.
Record Series: 13/01/02/02
Creator: William P. Callaghan
Extent: 3.75 linear feet, 3 boxes
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa.
Language: This material is entirely in English.
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Preferred Citation: [Identification of item] in the William P. Callaghan Papers, 1994-2002, Archives Record Series 13/01/27, [box and folder number], University Archives, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa
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Scope and Content
In 2006, Associate Dean of the College of Education William Callahan sent the material in Boxes 1 and 2 to the University Archives. This part of the collection consists primarily of material related to Professor Callahan's duties as Associate Dean. The strongest parts of this collection relate to the Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) projects, the Renaissance Group technology project, and the InTIME project, as well as College of Education work in Romania and Moldova.
Most of the material in Box 3 arrived in the University Archives in 2008. Strengths of this part of the collection relate to Renaissance Group work, projects associated with Bureau of Indian Affairs schools, and work in Black Sea nations. There is also material related to some of Professor Callahan's research: classroom inclusion and dealing with change.
The current arrangement of these papers closely follows the rough subject arrangement in which the papers arrived in the Archives.
Renaissance Group technology project
Doctoral core reconceptualization
Obstacles, Archetypes, and Opportunities, Books 1-8, Models for decision making in groups, fall 1997
Increasing student performance
Teaching models--Gregory Stefanich
Technology as facilitator of quality education, an essay by William Callahan and Thomas Switzer
Slovakia trip, 1994
Addendum to Orava Project, 1993
Creating Civil Capacity; advancing the Orava Project legacy, 1999
Orava Project, project evaluation, 1994-1999
Romania, including Mettext training pack
Special education paraeducator training workshop, 2000
St. Ambrose University workshop, 2000
Minorities in Teaching program, 1998
A teacher and her dream
Creative Artists and Writers Foundation
Betty Walker--Laguna Pueblo
Don Sosnoski and Camille Napier--Navajo school
Renaissance Group--Issues and policies for implementing and assesssing P-12HE partnerships, conference proceedings, 1994
Renaissance Group--Teachers for the new world, 1994
Renaissance Group-- Schools of the future, 1994
Renaissance Group--Providing effective leadership for the preparation of educators, 1994
Renaissance Group--Collection of readings on the preparation of educators, 1995
Renaissance Group--Building the institutional capacity in support of educator preparation, conference proceedings, 1996
Renaissance Group--meeting photographs
Bureau of Indian Affairs school projects, including files on a number of schools administered by the bureau
Bureau of Indian Affairs school projects, including files on a number of schools administered by the bureau, continued
Dealing with continuous change, project and presentation, 1996
Learning about inclusion, 1997
Letters from the Black Sea, journal
Baku project, technical and financial proposals, 2002
Bulgaria, travel guides and maps
Bulgaria, proposal and correspondence
InTIME grant, September 1, 1999-August 31, 2001
Grants and contracts, 1999-2003
Renaissance Group, 1999-2001
Undergraduate research/experiential learning, 1999
Dean's Advisory Committee, briefing book, 1999
Collection organized and finding aid created by University Archivist Gerald L. Peterson, January 2007; December 2008, November 2015. Updated by Library Associate Dave Hoing, December 2017 and April 2018. Linear Feet updated August 30, 2017.