acotabish

Alicia Cotabish

Assistant Professor

acotabish@uca.edu

Mashburn 107C

(501) 450-5809

Curriculum Vitae

Biography

Educational Background

Ed. D, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Education Administration & Supervision (K-12), Co-emphasis: Gifted & Talented Education Administration 2007
M. Ed., University of Arkansas at Little Rock; Gifted and Talented Education, Content Emphasis: Science Education  2003
B. S., Texas A&M-Texarkana; Interdisciplinary Studies - Elementary Education, Content/Co-emphasis: Middle School Science and English 1996
A. S., Texarkana Community College; Biology 1994
A. A. , Texarkana Community College; English 1994

Teaching Field Specialization

Gifted Education
Science Methods
Research Methods

Research Interests and Areas

Published Books
Johnsen, S., Jolly, J., Cotabish, A., Robinson, A., VanTassel-Baska, J., & Dailey, D. (in press March 15, 2015). Using the NAGC-CEC Teacher Preparation Standards in the CAEP accreditation process (Service publication on behalf of the National Association for Gifted Children).
Adams, A. Cotabish, A., & Dailey, D. (2015). A teacher's guide to using the Next Generation Science Standards with gifted and advanced Learners. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press (Service publication on behalf of the National Association for Gifted Children).
Adams. C., Cotabish, A., & Ricci, M. K. (2014). Using the next generation science standards with advanced and gifted Learners. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press (Service publication on behalf of the National Association for Gifted Children).
Sheffield, L., Adams, C., Johnsen, S., Cotabish, A., VanTassel-Baska, J., & Mursky, C. (2013). [Contributing book author]. In S. Johnsen & L. Sheffield (Eds.), Using the Common Core State Standards for mathematics with advanced and gifted learners. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press. Co-published with the National Association for Gifted Children, National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Specialty Areas

STEM Education
Virtual Coaching Using Bug-In-The Ear Bluetooth Technology
Next Generation Science Standards and High Ability Learners
Gifted Education