Peg Winkelman, PhD

Associate Professor

Department of Educational Leadership

E-mail:
peg.winkelman@csueastbay.edu
Phone:
(510) 885-5895
Office:
AE 211
Office Hours:
3:30-4:30 Thurdays at the Willow Creek Center, Concord; and by appointment on the Hayward campus.
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Peg Winkelman has served as a teacher, vice principal, principal and district coordinator of curriculum and staff development. Through her work for the Vallejo Unified School District, she facilitated many partnerships including work with the California Math Project at UC Davis, the California Literacy Project and Sonoma State, the Lawrence Berkeley Lab, and Lawrence Hall of Science. Prior to her appointment to the Department Of Educational Leadership at CSU East Bay, she taught teacher education courses at the University of California, Berkeley, Saint Mary’s College and Mills College.

Professional Focus

Peg Winkelman came to CSUEB to further her work on leadership for social justice. This work includes coaching new leaders in designing school and district equity plans to better serve under-served students and supporting doctoral students’ research in a variety of areas addressing marginalized populations including culturally responsive pedagogy, teacher development, and family involvement.  Her background in the field motivates her pursuit of collegial research and program partnerships with teacher education, special education, early childhood, and counselor preparation. Her grant work has incorporated Linked Learning, Transitional Kindergarten, and Afterschool Programs, as well as the Integrated Arts in Education Initiative.

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Educational Administration, University of California at Berkeley, 1995
  • Administrative Services Credential, University of California at Berkeley, 1991
  • Masters of Science Degree in Mathematics, Science and Technology, University of California at Berkeley, 1986
  • Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, Educational Research and Application Program, University of California at Berkeley, 1984
  • Bachelors Degree in Psychology, University of California at Berkeley, 1983

Courses

Fall Quarter 2014
Course #SecCourse TitleDaysFromToLocationCampusTextbook Info
EDLD 600005Intr to Educational LeadershipTH4:30PM8:00PMOFF SITEOff CampusView Books
EDLD 60250490Research Practicum IARR WEB-ONLINEOnline Campus View Books
EDLD 62010490Research SeminarARR WEB-ONLINEOnline Campus View Books
EDLD 6400I1Instructional LeadershipARR ARRHayward Campus View Books

Publications

  • Winkelman, P. & Engdahl, E., (in press) Preservice teachers: Advocating for the Arts to Preservice Administrators.  In M. McKenna (Ed.), Communities of Practice in Arts Education, Washington, DC: Arts Education Partnership, Teacher College Press

  • Winkelman, P., Dell’ Olio, F., Jones, A., Jindra, S., Jungwirth, L., Lindsey, D.B., Lindsey, R. B., Mirci, P., L Purrington, L., Moore-Steward, T., Thomas, C., Ward, C., & Wise, D., CAPEA: Promoting Equity and Excellence in Educational Leadership Preparation Educational Leadership and Administration, 2014

  • Winkelman, P. Collaborative Inquiry for Equity: Discipline and Discomfort Planning and Changing: An Educational Leadership and Policy Journal, 2013

  • Collay, M., Winkelman, P., Fennel-Smith, K., Evaluating the Influence of Critical Social Theory in a Scholar-Practitioner Doctoral Program, Educational Leadership Review, 2013

  • Collay, M., & Winkelman P., Focusing scholar-practitioner research on social justice and equity.  Scholar –Practitioner Quarterly, Volume 6, Number 3, 2012

  • Winkelman, P., & Collay, M. A Tale of Two Scholar-practitioners Leading for Social Justice. Global leadership for social justice: Taking it from the field to practice, Emerald publishing, 2012

  • Winkelman, P., Allison, B., Collay, M., Gentilucci, J., Jindra, S. & Wilson, D., The After-School Program Handbook for School Site Leaders The California State University and The David and Lucile Packard Foundation,

  • Greenwood, S. & Winkelman, P., Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Role of the Administrator Published Proceedings, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration 65th Annual Summer Conference: Blazing New Trails: Preparing Leaders to Improve Access & Equity in Today’s Schools

  • Aprill, A., Kessler, R., McAlinden, U., Ostholthoff, A. & Winkelman, P. What School Leaders Can Do To Increase Arts Education Arts Education Partnership The President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities, Reinventing in Arts Education: Winning America’s Future Through Creative Schools, Washington, D.C.

  • Winkelman, P., & Storms, B. Vision Walking.  Published Proceedings, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration Summit 2010:  Promoting “Capitol” Ideas of Leadership, Culture, and Diversity Research on Educational Leadership, 2010

  • Collay, M., Winkelman, P., Garcia, R. & Guilkey-Amado, J. Transformational leadership pedagogy: Implementing equity plans in urban schools.  Educational Leadership and Administration, 2009

Presentations

  • Winkelman, P., Garcia, R., & Brizendine, E., Co-constructing Leadership Preparation: District Leaders and University Faculty Collaborate on Curriculum, Instruction and Praxis National Council of Professors of Educational Administration 67th Annual Summer Conference: Innovation, Inventiveness, and the Imagination: Leading into the Future, August, 2013, New York, New York

  • Collay, C & Winkelman, P., Using on- the- ground and online approaches to address diversity to Improve Instruction in Leadership National Council of Professors of Educational Administration 67th Annual Summer Conference: Innovation, Inventiveness, and the Imagination: Leading into the Future, August, 2013, New York, New York

  • Davis, L. & Winkelman, P. Algebra is a Civil Right: Increasing Achievement for African American Males in Algebra Through Collaborative Inquiry American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 2013, San Francisco, CA

  • “Teacher Leadership Policy” Panel discussant offering perspectives on national state and local policies related to teacher leadership at the California Council on Teacher Education Spring Conference 2013 San Jose, CA

  • “Partnerships Beyond School Walls” with Donald Evans and Lettie Ramirez Presented at the California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators, CALSA 5th Annual Conclave In Education, “21st Century Leadership” Collaborative, Communicative, Connected. Santa Clara, CA

  • Winkelman, P., “Equity Plans Revisited” Presented at the California Association of Professors of Educational Administration Spring Conference 2012: Leading Equity-Principled Communities of Practice, Sacramento, CA

  • Winkelman, P., Emerging Leaders Create Case Studies to Investigate Leadership Dilemmas American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 2012, Vancouver

  • Greenwood, S. & Winkelman, P., Participatory Action Research Facilitates the Implementation of Culturally Responsive Practices American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 2012, Vancouver

  • Collay, M. & Winkelman, P., Scholar-practitioners Transform Urban Education Through Participatory Action Research American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 2012, Vancouver

  • Collay, M. & Winkelman, P., Evaluating the Influence of Critical Social Theory in a Scholar-Practitioner Doctoral Program The University Council for Educational Administration Convention 2012: The Future is Ours: Leadership Matters, Denver, Colorado

  • Winkelman, P. & Collay, M. Educational Leadership Students Examine After-School Activities: Surprising Findings, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration 65th Annual Summer Conference: Blazing New Trails: Preparing Leaders to Improve Access & Equity in Today’s Schools, Portland, Oregon

  • Winkelman, P., Teachers Leading Leaders in Advocacy for Arts Education Presented at the California Council on Teacher Education Spring Conference 2012: Race, Student Engagement, and Schooling Practices, San Jose, CA

  • Davenport, J., Engdahl, E., Winkelman, P., Donahue, D., Kroll, L., Michaels, M., Music, L., & Wettrich, A. The Power of Partners: Strategic Arts Learning Collaborations-Arts Education Initiative Arts Education Partnership Fall 2011 National Forum: Transforming Urban School Systems Through The Arts, San Francisco, CA

  • Winkelman, P., Lee, G., & Collay, M. Collaborative Inquiry for Equity: What is the leader’s role? American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 2011, New Orleans

  • Lee, G, Winkelman, P., & Collay, M. How Leaders Conceptualize and Use Data in Collaborative Inquiry:  What Counts? American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 2011, New Orleans

  • Lee, G, Collay, M., & Winkelman, P. Interpretations of Leadership:  Situating Agency within Organizational Perspectives American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 2011, New Orleans

  • Collay, M., Lee, G, & Winkelman, P. Building a Social Justice Pedagogy American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 2011, New Orleans

  • Collay, M. & Winkelman, P. Conducting Applied Research at School Site for the Public Good: A Cross-Case Analysis of Three Scholar-Practitioners The University Council for Educational Administration Convention 2011: Forecasting the Future of Leadership Preparation and Practice: Reclaiming Ground Through Research, Policy and Politics, Pittsburgh, PA

  • Winkelman, P. & Collay, M. Using Diversity to Improve Instruction in the College Classroom” with Michelle Collay.  Presented at the 13th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, CSU San Bernardino, CA

  • Winkelman, P., After school programs, more than an afterthought:  Preparing administrators to lead an extended day Presented at the California Association of Professors of Educational Administration Fall Conference 2010 Preparing Educational Leaders: Relevance for our Profession Cal Poly Pomona, CA

  • Winkelman, P., Instruction and Program Interventions/Strategies workshop panel discussant Annual Research to Practice Conclave Connecting Educational Leaders and Researchers on Promising Practices for Improving Latino Student Achievement Sponsored by California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators and UC Davis School of Education, Sacramento, CA

  • Using applied research to support scholar practitioners in school leadership.” with Michelle Collay.  Presented at the 12th CSU Regional Symposium on University Teaching, San Luis Obispo, CA

  • Winkelman, P., & Storms, B. Vision Walking. National Council of Professors of Educational Administration Summit 2010:  Promoting “Capitol” Ideas of Leadership, Culture, and Diversity Research on Educational Leadership, Washington D.C.

  • Winkelman, P., & Storms, B. Connecting Theory and Practice:  Case Studies by Educational Leadership Students. National Council of Professors of Educational Administration Summit 2010:  Promoting “Capitol” Ideas of Leadership, Culture, and Diversity Research on Educational Leadership, Washington D.C.

  • Winkelman, P. A Case Study of Case Studies Developed by Educational Leadership Students Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu

  • Winkelman, P., Collay, M. & Storms, B. Inquiry as Pedagogy: Preparing Aspiring Administrators to Lead for Equity.  American Educational Research Association, April 2009, San Diego, CA

  • Collay, M., Winkelman, P., Garcia,R. & Guilkey-Amado, J. Transformational leadership pedagogy: Implementing  equity plans in urban schools. American Educational Research Association, April 2009, San Diego, CA

  • Reflecting Department Vision in Assessments:  Collaborating to Design and Align Signature Assignments (with M.Collay) National Council of Professors of Educational Administration 2008, San Diego, CA

Grant Awards

  • CSU East Bay Linked-Learning and School Counseling  

  • Packard grant for Transitional Kindergarten Programs and the Preparation of PreK-12 Leaders

  • PEIL Grant

  • CSU East Bay Linked-Learning

  • California State University and the David and Lucille Packard Foundation The After-School Program Handbook for School Site Leaders

  • New Faculty Support Grant

Service

  • Tier 1 Coordinator, Educational Leadership Department

  • Educational Leadership Department Liaison to M.S. Online Program

  • CEAS UAATF: Unit Accreditation Task Force

  • CEAS Strategic Planning Committee Studies

  • CEAS Ad Hoc Committee on Professional Achievement

  • CEAS Tenure Track Search Committees

  • Educational Leadership for Social Justice Doctoral Program, Dissertation Chair

  • University COBRA Committee

  • University General Education Subcommittee

Other Accomplishments

  • President, California Professors of Educational Leadership

  • CCTC California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders, CPSELs, Writing Panel

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