Christopher S. Lanterman

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

PO Box 5774

Northern Arizona University

Flagstaff, AZ 8601-5774

(928) 523=3575

Chris.Lanterman@nau.edu

http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/csl9

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2002 – Present                    Sr. Lecturer

                                                College of Education, Northern Arizona University

                                                Flagstaff, AZ

 

1998 – 2002              Special Education Teacher (9th – 12th Grade)

                                                Coconino High School

                                                Flagstaff, AZ

 

1998                                       Special Education Teacher (7th – 12th Grade)

                                                Rough Rock Community School

                                                Rough Rock, AZ

 

EDUCATION

August 2002                        M.Ed.; Special Education (with Distinction)

                                                College of Education

                                                Northern Arizona University

                                                Flagstaff, AZ

 

December 1997                   Post-Degree Certification; Elementary/Special Education (Summa Cum Laud)

                                                Center for Excellence in Education

                                                Northern Arizona University

                                                Flagstaff, AZ

 

May 1985                              B.A.; Economics

                                                Whittemore School of Business and Economics

                                                University of New Hampshire

                                                Durham, NH

 

Teaching

Courses Taught:

Introduction to Universal Design (ESE 304/DIS 304)

Introduction to Exceptional Children (ESE 380)

Foundations in special Education – Cross-categorical high Incidence (ESE 424)

Foundations/Methods in Secondary Special Education (ESE 426)

Survey of Special Education (ESE 548)

Perspectives on Disability (DIS 303)

Contexts of Disability in Society (DIS 503)

 

Courses developed:

Introduction to Universal Design (ESE 304/DIS 304; online)

Perspectives on Disability (DIS 303; online)

Contexts of Disability in Society (DIS 503; online)

Foundations/Methods Secondary Special Education (ESE 426; online)

 

PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Lanterman, C. S. (2013, June). Designing for equity and inclusion through universal design for learning. Paper presented at the Enhancing the Quality of Services for Individuals with Disabilities Through Evidence-Based Practice conference, Flagstaff, AZ. 

Paradis, T., & Lanterman, C. S. (2013, January). Scholastic pioneers: emerging best practices in geodesign education. Panel presentation at the 3rd Annual GeoDesign Summit. Redlands, CA.

Buckner, M., Minister, M., Lanterman, C., Pifer, E., Crawford S., Haven, T., & Hunziker, D. (2012, October). Universal design meets QM. A paper presented at the 4th Annual Quality Matters Conference on Quality Assurance in Online Learning , Tucson, AZ.

Shadiow, L., Lanterman, C. S., Minister, M., Rossi, E., Mahosky, K., & Applequist, K. (2012, May). Insights into inclusive design and pedagogy in blended learning environments. Panel presentation at the Southwest Institute for Learning with Technology, Flagstaff, AZ.

Axelrod, J., Camacho, D. E., Lanterman, C. S., & Powell, P. (2011, July). From marginalization to prominence: One university’s experience with disability and design. Panel presentation at the 34th conference of the Association on Higher Education and Disability, Seattle, WA.

Lanterman, C. S. (2010, December). Reframing disability: Social justice through universal and inclusive design. ALERT Newsletter, Association on Higher Education and Disability. 

Lanterman, C. S. (2010, May). Beyond reaching into the margins: Connecting students with content through universal design. Workshop presented at the Southwest Institute for Learning with Technology, Flagstaff, AZ.

 Piering, J., Lanterman, C. S., & Rembis, M. (2010, March). A renaissance of eugenics: Exploring current issues in bioethics. Panel discussion presented at the Medical Humanities Symposium, Flagstaff, AZ.

Lanterman, C. S., & Shuttic, M. (2009). Reasonable accommodations, course substitutions, and universal design. In M. L. Vance & L. Bridges (Eds.), Advising students with disabilities: Striving for universal success (2nd ed.). NACADA Monograph No. 19. Manhattan, KS: National Academic Advising Association .

Lanterman, C. S. (2008). Raising expectations, lowering barriers: A framework for inclusion through universal design for learning. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Inclusive Schools Conference, Flagstaff, AZ 

Lanterman, C. S. (2007). Universal design as a context for teacher education. In M. L. Vance (ed.) Disabled faculty and staff in a disabling society: Multiple identities in higher education. Huntersville, NC: Association on Higher Education and Disability.

Bell, C., Lanterman, C. S., Lightfoot, B., Lissner, S., Molloy, E., Rings, S. L., Slone, M. B.,  Snitker-Magin, M., Thompson, R., & Vance, M. L. (2007). Multiple voices and identities in higher education: Writings by disabled faculty and staff. Panel presentation at the 30th conference of the Association on Higher Education and Disability, Charlotte, NC. 

Ayala, E. Kilcommons, K., Lanterman, C. S., Patwell, M., Roll, M., Shelley, C. & Spooner, C. (2007). From theory to practice: Faculty implementation of universal design. Paper presented at the 30th conference of the Association on Higher Education and Disability, Charlotte, NC. 

Lanterman, C. s. (2007, February). Desegregation in higher education: Applications of universal design. ALERT Newsletter. Association on Higher Education and Disability.

Lanterman, C. S. (2005). Razing expectations, lowering barriers: A framework for inclusion through universal design for learning. Paper presented to the “Creating the Arizona Schools in which Everyone Belongs” Symposium on Effective Inclusive Schooling Practices, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Harrison, E. G., & Lanterman, C. S. (2004). Creating accessible learning by design: Learner-centered education through universal design. Paper presented to the meeting of the International Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Carey, L., & Lanterman, C. S. (2004). Retention of new special Education teachers: Mentoring Strategies That Work. Paper presented to the meeting of the Arizona Council for Exceptional Children, Phoenix, Arizona.

Lanterman, C. S. (unpublished manuscript). Transition planning for CLD youth with disabilities.

Sealander, K., Carey, L., & Lanterman, C. S. (2003). Mentoring special education teachers: Helping new  teachers to make it through the first year. Paper presented to the meeting of the Arizona Council for Exceptional Children, Phoenix, Arizona.

 

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION

2013                                       Advocate of the Year

                                                Flagstaff Disability Awareness Commission

                                                Flagstaff, AZ

2008                                       Student Recognition Award

                                                Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD)                     Reno, NV

2007                                       David A. Williams Award for Innovation

                                                College of Education, Northern Arizona University

                                                Flagstaff, AZ

2007                                       University Leadership Award

                                                University ADA Committee, Northern Arizona University

                                                Flagstaff, AZ

2006                                       Teacher of the Year

                                                College of Education, Northern Arizona University

                                                Flagstaff, AZ

2000                                       Flagstaff Educator of the Year

                                                Flagstaff Disability Awareness Commission

                                                Flagstaff AZ

 

Scholarly Service

Lanterman, C. S. (2013, May). Dimensions of disability: Beyond a single story. Keynote address at the Arizona Transition From School To Work Workday, Flagstaff, AZ.

 Funckes, C., & Lanterman, C. S. (2013, January/February). AHEAD Management Institute for New and Newer Professionals. Long Beach, CA.

Lanterman, C. S. (2013, January). Inclusive instructional design in the secondary classroom. Workshop presented for the faculty of Northland Preparatory Academy, Flagstaff, AZ.

Lanterman, C. S. (2012, September). Inclusive instructional design: Universal design for learning in the college classroom. Workshop presented for the faculty of the Professional Education Unit at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.

Harrison, E. G. & Lanterman, C. S. (Eds.) (2012, September). JUST (just, usable, sustainable, and transformational) design (special issue) [electronic version]. Journal on Postsecondary Education and Disability, 25(3).

Lanterman, C. S. (2011, April). Economic, environmental, and social sustainability: The triple bottom line of design. Presentation to a meeting of the Grand Canyon Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Flagstaff, AZ.

Harrison, E. G., & Lanterman, C. S. (2010, July). It’s all about design! Workshop presented at the Project ShIFT Institute, Minneapolis, MN.

Lanterman, C. S. (2009, April). Shifting to a new level of consciousness. Keynote address presented at the Coconino Community College Employee Development Day, Flagstaff, AZ. 

Lanterman, C. S. (2009). Universal and inclusive design: Engaging diverse students in the classroom. Workshop presented at the Coconino Community College Employee Development Day, Flagstaff, AZ.

Lanterman, C. S. (2009, April). The whole student: Exploring universal design and the college community. Workshop presented at the Coconino Community College Employee Development Day, Flagstaff, AZ.

Lanterman, C. S. (2008). Universal Design: Usability for All. Presentation as part of the Electrical Engineering Seminar Series through the College of Engineering, Forestry, and Natural Sciences at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.

Lanterman, C. S. (2007, May). Raising Expectations, Lowering Barriers: Universal Design for Learning. Workshop presented to the Tuba City High School faculty on, Tuba city, AZ.

Harrison, E. G., & Lanterman, C. S. (2004). Accessible learning by Design: Putting the pieces together for universal design. Paper presented to the meeting of the Wakonse Arizona Fellows, Payson, AZ.

Lanterman, C. S. (2003). Disabilities and employment: On the impact of employment policies for individuals with disabilities. Panel Presentation at the Coconino County Human Resources conference. Flagstaff, AZ:

 

Professional and Community     SERVICE & ACTIVITIES

2012-2013

·        Affiliate Member, Northern Arizona Teaching Academy

·        Member, Northern Arizona University Commission on Disability Access and Design (CDAD)

·        Co-Principal Investigator, Inclusive Partnerships in Geo-Design Programming, a project sponsored by the Access to Design professions Taskforce of the Institute for Human-Centered Design, under a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)

·        Member, Cultural Responsivity Subcommittee, First Things First

·        Reviewer, AHEAD 36th Annual conference proposals.

 

2011-2012

·        Co-chair, Northern Arizona University Commission on Disability Access and Design (CDAD)

·        Co-facilitator; Inclusive Design/Inclusive Pedagogy Community of Practice, sponsored by the NAU Faculty Development Program 

·        Member, Community Transition Team - Executive Committee

·        Chair, Community Transition Team - Marketing and Communication Committee

·        Co-Principal Investigator, Inclusive Partnerships in Geo-Design Programming, a project sponsored by the Access to Design professions Taskforce of the Institute for Human-Centered Design, under a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)

·        Guest editor, JUST (Just, Usable, Sustainable, and Transformational) Design special Issue of the Journal on Postsecondary Education and Disability

·        Member, Tri-university collaboration to create online faculty training modules related to universal design for learning in online course development.

·        Member, College of Education Climate Survey Action Committee ,

·        Faculty Advisor, Disability Students Advisory Board

·        Faculty advisor, mechanical and electrical engineering student capstone projects on universally-designed lectern and touch-screen interface

·        Member First Year Learning Initiative Leadership Team

 

2010 - 2011

·        Co-chair; Northern Arizona University Commission on Disability Access and Design (CDAD)

·        Co-facilitator; Inclusive Design/Inclusive Pedagogy Community of Practice, sponsored by the NAU Faculty Development Program 

·        Guest editor, JUST (Just, Usable, Sustainable, and Transformational) Design special Issue of the Journal on Postsecondary Education and Disability (to be published in Summer 2012)

·        Diversity Advisor/Consultant; Northern Arizona University Global Learning Initiative (GLI)

·        Reviewer; Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) 2011 Conference Program Committee

·        Presented to various campus groups on the topic of inclusive and universal design.

·        Consulted with Ethnic Studies program and Student Affairs program on the inclusion of disability studies and inclusive design into course and program design

·        Presented to high school students on the field of special education as part of the CAVEAT transition program

·        Presented as part of New Faculty Orientation in August 2010

 

2009 – 2010

·        Co-chair; Northern Arizona University Commission on Disability Access and Design (CDAD)

·        Lectured in classes in the College of Education and across the campus on topics relating to special education, including vision impairments, secondary methods in special education and universal design for learning.

 

2008 – 2009

·        Co-chair; Northern Arizona University Commission on Disability Access and Design (CDAD)

·        Chair, College of Education Honors Committee

·        Lectured in classes by request of fellow faculty members in the College of Education and across the campus on topics relating to special education, including vision impairments, secondary methods in special education and universal design for learning.

 

2007 – 2008

·        Co-chair; Northern Arizona University Commission on Disability Access and Design (CDAD)

·        Chair, College of Education Honors Committee

·        Member, Taskforce to develop promotion criteria for non-tenure track faculty in the College of Education.

·        Lectured by request by fellow faculty members in classes in the College of Education and across the campus on topics relating to special education, including vision impairments, secondary methods in special education and universal design for learning.

 

2006 – 2007

·        Chair, College of Education Honors Committee

·        Member, University ADA Committee

·        Member, Flagstaff Disability Awareness Commission

 

2005 – 2006

·        Member, College of Education Honors Committee

·        Senator, represented the College of Education in the Northern Arizona University Faculty Senate

·        Initiated and facilitated the development of a special education program web page, as a component of the College of Education website.

 

2004 – 2005

·        Member, College of Education Honors Committee

·        Researched and implemented curricular design for learner-centered instruction, with an emphasis on universal design for learning, as part of a university-wide team under the Project to Enhance and Ensure Learning for Students with Disabilities (PEEL) grant.

 

2003 – 2004

·        Member, College of Education Honors Committee

 

2002 – 2003

·        Member, College of Education Honors Committee

·        Prepared and presented guest lectures in the course entitled Graduate Seminar in Special Education on the topics of assistive technology and the `discipline process for students with exceptional needs.