Catherine Hartmann, Ph.D

Education

  • Ph.D. University of Texas, Austin.  Education/Applied Lingiustics
  • M.A. University of Texas, Austin.  Literature/Linguistics.
  • Université Paris XII/Sorbonne. Senior Year, Undergraduate.
  • B.A. Texas Christian University. French/English.

Teaching Experience

  • University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Education and English Departments. 
  • Parent/Community Involvement, Language Studies for Teachers (hybrid and online);
  • English 1300 and 1310, Senior Exit Portfolio Assessment, Special Projects, ESL Workshops
  • Harrison High School/HSD2, Colorado Springs. French Teacher. French I-VIII
  • Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. Departments of English, World
  • Languages and Cultures. Confidence in Writing, Freshman Composition,
  • Descriptive Linguistics, Language Acquisition, Content-Based Instruction,
  • TESL, Language Studies for Teachers, French, Spanish, ESL     
  • College of the Redwoods, Eureka, CA. Language Department. Instructor.
  • Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX. Department of Modern Languages.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor (two years)
  • University of Texas, Austin, TX.  International Office: Instructor;
  • Dept of French and Italian: Instructor; Dept of  Linguistics. TA, RA
  • Lycée Lumière, Lyon, France. English Teacher (UT Teacher Exchange Award)
  • Knowledge Universe, Colorado Springs. Teacher. Phonics/Literacy
  • Music, Math, Languages, Culinary Arts for two Centers

Measurement and Evaluation

  • National Evaluation Systems, Austin. Consultant, Chief Rater. Developed scoring materials, facilitated educator committees and scoring sessions, pilot tests for Basic Skills, Teacher Certification Exams for 11 states including CO, TX, NM, AZ, CA, IL, MA, MI, NY:
  • PLACE (CO), TOPTs, ExCET and TASP (TX), CBEST (CA) - (Texas Oral Proficiency Tests, Exam for Certification of Educators in Texas and Texas Academic Skills Program; California Basic Educational Skills). Tests addressed Professional Skills for ECE and K-12, and content areas including Language Arts, English as a Second Language, Most Commonly Taught and Less Commonly Taught Languages, Literacy, ASL, Sciences