Jessica S. Krim
Department of Teaching and Learning
School of Education Health and Human Behavior
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville - 1140 Founders Hall - Edwardsville, IL 62026
2009 Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.
in Curriculum and Instruction, Environmental Education
2005 West Chester University, West Chester, PA.
MA in Physical Science
1997 University of Delaware, Newark, DE.
BA in Earth Science Education, Geology minor
2009 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL.
Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning
2016 Secondary Education Program Director
2017 Interim Assistant Dean
Analysis of Instruction, Curriculum Models, Cultural Foundations and Human Learning, Curriculum Models, Field Study in Education: Curriculum, Methods of Science and Math Instruction, Student Teaching Supervision
Educational Psychology, Introduction to Education, Methods for Teaching Secondary Education I and II, Planning for Diverse Learners, Science at Elementary and Middle Levels, The Middle and Junior High School
1999-2003 Science Teacher, Hanby Middle School, Wilmington Delaware.
1997–1999 Science Teacher, Hopi Junior/Senior High School, Keams Canyon, Arizona.
Institutional & Professional Development
CAEPCON, St. Louis, MO (March 2017)
CARET meeting, San Jose, CA (January 2017)
National edTPA Conference, Savannah, GA (April 2016)
IL-TPAC Conference, Normal, IL (September 2015)
Peer (and refereed) evaluation of teaching (2010-present)
NGSS and edTPA Implementation – NSTA National Conference sessions (2015)
Scholarly Impact Workshop (May 2014)
NGSS and Common Core Standards - NSTA National Conference sessions (2013)
Speed Dating – Job Networking activity (2013)
EdTPA retreat (2012)
New Blackboard training (2012)
“Good Teaching: What is it and How Do We Measure It? (Nov 2011)
FIRST training (January 2011)
Midweek Mentor (2011)
“Measuring and Documenting Teaching Effectiveness” (April 2010)
Banner training (2010) trainee
“Using Assessment to Guide Your Teaching” (2010) participant
New faculty orientation (August 2009) participant
Annual Meeting of “Visions of a Sustainable Mississippi River” workshop (July 2009) participant
Curriculum and Assessment Development Funding
CPAST/VARI-EPP alignment for CAEP Accreditation (Summer 2017)
Dean’s Funds for development of collaborative edTPA Workshop (Spring 2015)
Curriculum Development for MASLI Cohort (Summer 2010)
Graduate-Level Supervision and Committee Membership *Denotes students pursuing Masters Thesis option
Teaching Honors and Awards
Nominated for Faculty Fellow of the Year (2013)
Nominated for SIUE Teaching Excellence Award (2013)
Peer Reviewed Publications
Hildebrandt, K., Krim, J.S., Dhakal, D.N. (in press). Minority Language Education in Nepal: The View from a Himalayan Village. Language Problems and Language Panning. Benjamins.com/#catalog/journals/lplp/main
Fries, R.N., Conklin, J., Krim, J.S., and Smith, D.A. (2012). Student and Faculty Perceptions on Plus-Minus Grading: A case study. Educational Research Quarterly, 36(4).
Breck, S. and Krim, J.S. (2012). Practice-based Teaching: A self-study by two teacher educators at the graduate level. Studying Teacher Education, 8(3), 289-302.
Krim, J.S., Dabulskis, A., O’Connell, A., & Trinowski, K. (2012). Who is the Culprit? A “Third Tier” Undergraduate Inquiry into Teaching Methodology. ISTA Spectrum, 38(1), 21-27.
Churovich, V., Krall, M., & Mitchell, M., & Krim, J.S. (2011). Going Green: Science Education Research at the Undergraduate Level. ISTA Spectrum, 36(3), 41-46.
Krim, J.S. & Brody, M. (2008). Ice Core Investigations. The Science Teacher, 75(6), 54-59.
Krim, J.S. (2007). Building reflective practitioners: Action research in pre-service science teacher education. ARexpeditions, April edition. http://www.montana.edu/arexpeditions/docs/articles.php
Krim, J.S. and Brody, M. (2015). Review of Downey, L. (2015) Teachers College Record - Inequality, Democracy, and the Environment, New York University Press, New York and London.
Brody, M., Tomkiewicz, W., Krim, J.S., McGarry, M., Jeunneman, P., & Pyle, J. (2008). The Habitable Planet: A Systems Approach to Environmental Science. Online Textbook Teachers Guide, retrieved from learner.org/courses/envsci/index.html. Cambridge, MA: Annenberg Foundation and Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
Works in Progress
“Teacher Candidate Case Studies: Perspectives on Equity” Summer 2016-Fall 2018 data collection.
Non-Peer Reviewed Published Book
Hildebrant, K., Dhakal, D.N., Krim, J.S. (2016). Gyalsumdo: A Community-Based Dictionary (pp. approx. 200). Kathmandu: Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies.
Keller, J. and Krim, J.S. (2017, July) Research Experience as a Component of Teacher Preparation. Concurrent session at National Science Foundation Noyce National Summit, Washington, DC.
Barry, K.J. and Krim, J.S. (2017, June) Pilot Phase Analysis of a CURE Implementation in a Large Enrollment Introductory Biology Laboratory Course. Poster session at National Conference of National STEM Education Centers, New Orleans, LA.
Keller, J., Burgess, W., Horvath, L., Johnson, B., Krim, J.S., Rebar, B., and Schwartz, R. (2017, June) Collaborative Around Research Experiences for Teachers (CARET). Concurrent session at National Conference of National STEM Education Centers, New Orleans, LA.
Locke, S. and Krim, J.S. (2017, June) University-Community Partnerships for Experiential Learning to Increase STEM Retention and Success. Roundtable at National Conference of National STEM Education Centers, New Orleans, LA.
Krim, J.S., Breck, S., Ong, E. (2017, March). Sustainability of Cultural Diversity Awareness among American Teachers. Roundtable at National Conference of Comparative and International Society. Atlanta, GA.
Krim, J.S. and Barry, K., Locke, S., Wiediger, S. (2016, July) Update From the Field – SIUE Noyce Science and Math Scholarship and Internship Programs. Poster at National Science Foundation Noyce National Summit, Washington, DC.
Krim, J.S., Ong, E. (2016, March). Broadening Teacher Candidate Perspectives of Diversity Through Malaysian Pen Pals. Oral presentation. Comparative and International Society, Vancouver, BC.
Wiediger, S.D., Barry, K.J., Krim, J.S., & Locke, S. (2016, March). Preparing Future Science Teachers for Southwestern Illinois. Oral Presentation. 251st American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Krim, J.S. (2015, April). Progress Report for the Robert Noyce Scholarship Program at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Oral presentation. Annual Conference of the Illinois State Accademy of Science, Macomb, IL.
Krim, J.S. and Barry, K.J., Locke, S., Wiediger, S. (2015, April) Noyce Science Scholarship Program at SIUE. Poster. Annual Conference of the Illinois State Accademy of Science, Macomb, IL.
Krim, J.S. (2015, April) Preparing Teacher Candidates for the edTPA. Oral Presentation. Annual Conference of the National Science Teachers Association, Chicago, IL.
Drummond, A., Knierim, E., Herberts, S., & Krim, J.S. (April, 2015). Iron Teacher. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Science Teachers Association. Chicago, IL.
Krim, J.S. (2014, April). Building the plane while flying it: A response to the state of Illinois’ implementation of the edTPA as an evaluation tool for teacher candidates. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Science Teachers Association, Boston, MA.
Herberts, S., Knierim, E., Drummond, A., & Krim, J.S. (April, 2014). Iron Teacher. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Science Teachers Association. Boston, MA.
Krim, J.S. (2013, April). The Evolution of Secondary Science Teachers’ Concerns About Teaching in an Innovative, Technology-rich Space. Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Pittsburgh, PA.
Breck, S.E., Marlette, S., Krim, J.S., & Bushrow, K.M. (2013, February). Preparing for High Stakes Performance Assessment in a Graduate Level Secondary Education Initial Certification Program. Paper accepted at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Atlanta, GA.
Krim, J.S. (2011, October). Pre-Service Elementary Educators: Authentic Assessment of Environmental Education Learning. Presented at the Annual Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education, Raleigh-Durham, NC.
Krim, J.S. & Liebl, F. (2011, October). Improving Student Learning in Cell and Molecular Biology by Using Student Reflective Surveys to Inform Course Design. Presented at the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville 1st Annual Continuous Improvement Conference, Edwardsville, IL.
Breck, S. & Krim, J.S. (2011, October). Teaching Foundations in a Practice Based Teacher Preparation Program. Paper accepted at the 18th Annual Conference of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, Denver, CO.
Krim, J.S. (2010, October). Teacher Capacity and Critical Reflection: Challenging One’s Assumptions. Presented at the 17th Annual Conference of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, St. Louis, MO.
Krim, J.S. (2010, February). Critical Reflection and Teacher Capacity: The Secondary Science Pre-service Teacher Population. Presented at the 90th Annual Conference of the Association of Teacher Educators, Chicago, IL.
Brody, M. & Krim, J.S. (2008, October). The Habitable Planet. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Montana Education Association-Montana Federation of Teachers, Belgrade, MT.
Brody, M. & Krim, J.S. (2006, April). Free Choice Learning and Participatory Action Research. Roundtable discussion conducted at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.
Krim, J.S. (2006, October). Ecological Field Studies. Poster session presented at the Annual Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN.
Brody, M. & Krim, J.S. (2006, April). Free Choice Learning and Participatory Action Research. Roundtable discussion conducted at the Teacher Researcher Symposium, Annual Conference of the National Science Teachers Association, Anaheim, CA.
Krim, J.S. (2009, October). Ice Core Investigations. Workshop conducted at the St. Clair County Teachers’ Institute, Sponsored by the St. Clair County Regional Office of Education, Belleville, IL.
Krim, J.S. (2007, February). Building Reflective Practitioners: Action research in pre-service science teacher education. Presented at the University Educational Seminar Series, Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University, Nakhon Sawan, Thailand.
Krim, J.S. (2007, February). Building Reflective Practitioners: Action research in pre-service science teacher education. Presented at the University Educational Seminar Series, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) Ratchaburi, Thailand.
Journal of Further and Higher Education, published through Taylor & Francis online (2016-present)
Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, published through American Association of Teaching and Curriculum (2011-present)
American Education Research Journal – Teaching, Learning, & Human Development, published through American Education Research Association (2014-2016)
Wallace, F., Evans, M.S., & Stein, M. (2012). Mathematical Literacy in the Middle and High School Grades. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon/Pearson.
Peer-Reviewed Grant Submissions and Collaboration
“Midwest Regional Robert Noyce Connections 2017, 2018, 2019: Strengthening the Network for Teacher Learning at the Intersection of High-Quality and High-Need: National Science Foundation. PI Hunter, W.J., co-PIs Krim, J.S., Nguyen, K.S., Medina, M., Granger, C., VonDerHeyde, N. (Funded, $1.4M, from AY2017-2019)
“TASI: A Three-Tiered Approach to Increasing Persistence in STEM”: National Science Foundation. PI Barry, K., co-PIs Hill, D., Krim, J.S., Locke, S. (Pending, $994,825)
“SIUE Noyce Scholarship Program: Preparing Future Science Teachers for Southwestern Illinois”: National Science Foundation. PI Krim, J.S., co-PIs Barry, K., Locke, S., Wiediger. (Funded, $1.2 M, from AY2013-2018)
“Race to the Top III”: Illinois State Board of Eduation. PI Cummings, L., supporting: Krim, J.S., Johnson, M., and Batchelor, M. (Funded, $12,817.50 from 9/2013-12/2015)
“Inspire STEM Partnership, East St. Louis District 189”: State of Illinois Education. PI Bracey, G., supporting: Krim, J.S. (Funded, $115,700 from 5/2013-9/2014)
“Institutionalization of Peer-Led Team Learning to Build Students’ Understanding of Physics and Mathematics Concepts in an Engineering Context”: National Science Foundation. PI Foster, T., co-PIs Agustin, M.A., Krim, J.S., Locke, S. (Not Funded, $1,2 M from 8/2013-8/2018)
“CAREER: Documenting the Languages of Manang, Nepal for Local & International Impact.”: National Science Foundation. PI Hildebrant, K., supporting: Krim, J.S. (Funded, ($400,000 from AY2012-2017)
Internally Funded Research Activities
Krim, J.S. “First Class or Coach? ‘Just-in-Time’ Measures for edTPA Implementation” Excellence in Undergraduate Education Grant (8,846, funded AY2014-2015)
Krim, J.S. Building the plane while flying it: A response to the state of Illinois’ implementation of the edTPA as an evaluation tool for teacher candidates. Excellence in Undergraduate Education Grant ($7670 funded 2013-2014).
Krim, J.S. & Liebl, F. Student reflection and self-assessment in BIOL319 Cell and Molecular Biology. Excellence in Undergraduate Education Grant ($5220 funded 2011-2012).
Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities research assistantships AY’s 2017, 2014, 2009-2012.
Other Research-Related Activities
CARET, Collaborative Around Research Experience for Teachers (2017)
Invited talk with SIUE STEM Center to discuss findings from Nepal trip (Fall 2014)
Invited Interview for WSIUE “Segue” with Dean Aldomaro Romero (Fall 2014)
6-weeks of fieldwork in Manang, Nepal (2014)
Coordinated Learning Spaces (weekly broadcast) with Noyce Scholars across the US (2014)
Member, Science and Mathematics Teaching Imperative (2017)
Member, Network of STEM Education Centers (2017)
Member, Comparative and International Educational Society (2015-present)
Member, National Science Teachers Association (1997-2015)
Member, American Educational Research Association (2005-2013)
Member, North American Association of Environmental Education (2005-2013)
Member, National Association of Research in Science Teaching (2014)
SERVICE & ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE *Denotes leadership positions
C&I, MSEd Graduate Advisor (2010-present)
Secondary Education Program (2010-present)
Formal Mentor* for Dr. Anni Reinking (AY2016-2017)
Developer and Administrator of CIED100 survey (2015-present)
Member, Graduate Admissions Review Committee (2010-2014)
Chair*, Curriculum Committee (2011-2013)
Master of Arts in Teaching Program (2010-2013)
Elementary Education Program (2009-2011)
Other Departmental-Level Representation and Activities
Participant, May and December commencement (2009-present)
Participated in edTPA preparation and grading (Spring 2013, 2014)
Participant, Honors Day (2010, 2012, 2014)
Inquiry Conference (2009-2012, 2014)
Informal Mentor for Dr. Liza Cummings (2011-2012)
Senior Project Volunteer for Elementary Education Majors (Spring 2010, 2011)
Participant in M.A.T. Applicant Interviews (Spring 2010)
School of Education Health and Human Behavior-Level
EdTPA Remediation Committee (2015-2016)
Executive Secretary* (2014-2015)
Executive Secretary Elect (2013-2014)
Hosted international scholar from Northwest Normal University (fall 2012)
Academic Affairs Committee (2011-2013)
Diversity Focus Group, SEHHB (2010)
Dean’s Planning meeting (Spring 2010)
Provided study materials to SECD students (Spring 2010)
University-Level and Professional Community-Level
Undergraduate Program Review (2016)
Division Chair, Illinois State Academy of Science (2015-present)
Advisory Board Member for STEM Center (2014-present)
NSF Panel Reviewer (May 2015, November 2015)
SEHHB-ESL Charter School Mentor of new Faculty (Fall 2015)
Search Committee Member for Academic Advisor in SEHHBSS (Fall 2015)
Thesis Committee Member, Department of Biological Sciences (2011, 2015, 2017)
“Are You Ready to Fly the Plane” (April 2015) developer and host of collaborative workshop
Co-Advisor and Fiscal Officer, SIUE Student Chapter of the NSTA (2009-2015)
Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities program mentor (2010, 2011, 2014)
Academic Standards and Policy Committee (2011-2014)
Attended Art 300A student exhibition (May 2011)
Faculty Fellow for Housing and Residence Life 2010-2012, Education Community 2012-2013
Student Athlete Mentor (2011-2012)
How Can I Teach Critical Reflection in STEM Courses? Midweek Mentor Facilitator (2011)
Peer Observations for two faculty members in the Department of Biological Sciences (2011)
Development of GTA Training Program in Department of Biological Sciences (2011)
STEP Grant Review Panel (2010)
Science Olympiad event writer, proctor, and coach (1995-2014)
Invited to Learning Spaces (weekly Google hangout) (Spring 2014)
Co-created and implemented “Iron Teacher” with assistance from STEM Center (2013-2014)
Presenter at 21st Annual St. Clair County Teachers Institute (2010)