Dan Beaman has been an adjunct professor with several universities since 2001. During that time, Dan has researched and implemented best practices for educational social justice, research, assessment, community partnerships, educational law for administrators and teachers, teacher certification, and human development. Since 2014, Dan has taught several courses at Pacific Oaks in Education and Human Development.
Dan is also an elementary school teacher, having worked in many capacities including: classroom teacher in grades second through sixth, math interventionist, math data coordinator, and educational technology instructor. Currently Dan is teaching engineering and other science principles to kindergartners through fifth graders in Madison, WI. Dan's academic interests include: social justice, culturally relevant pedagogy, math instruction, developmentally appropriate pedagogy, dysregulation, classroom communities, and science instruction.
|BS - Elementary Education and History||University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI||1997|
|ME - Curriculum and Instruction||University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, La Crosse, WI||2001|
|Member||National Science Teachers Association|
|Member||Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development|
|Elementary Teacher, Wisconsin|
|DPI Portfolio Reviewer, Wisconsin|
|Curriculum and Program Development||Professional Learning Communities|
|Early Childhood Education||STEAM|
|Ethical & Legal Issues||General Expertise|
|K-12 Education||General Expertise|
Culturally Relevant Practices