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Henry Milne

PROFESSIONAL ROLES

BIO

Professional Preparation

Frostburg State College Biology B.S., 1967

University of Maryland Environmental and
Earth Science 24 graduate credit hrs, 1971-80
Montgomery County
Public Schools Education 21 inservice credit hrs, 1971-95

Montgomery College Information Technology 6 credit hrs, 1992-1993

George Washington Univ. Managing Projects in 3 continuing educ units, 2003
Organizations

Appointments

2002 - present Co-Director, Professional Development Center, National Science Resources Center, Smithsonian Institution - The National Academies, Washington, DC

1997 - 2002 Curriculum Developer, Science and Technology Concepts for Middle Schools, National Science Resources Center, Smithsonian Institution - The National Academies, Washington, DC

1992 - 1997 Science Department Chairperson and Teacher, Cabin John Middle School, Montgomery County Public Schools, Potomac, MD

1971 - 1992 Life and Earth Science Teacher, Robert Frost Intermediate School, Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, MD

1970 - 1971 Earth Science Teacher, Montgomery Hills Junior High School, Montgomery County Public Schools, Silver Spring, MD

1967- 1969 Life, Earth and Physical Science Teacher, Kensington Junior High School, Montgomery County Public Schools, Kensington, MD

Publications
(i)

Milne, H. and Smith, T. Going for the Gold. Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, MD, 1992.

Milne, H., Smith, T., and Smith, J. Light Up Your Life. Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, MD, 1993.

Milne, H., and Cornell, C. The Black Death: A Modern Look at a Medieval Nemesis. Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, MD, 1994.

Synergistic Activities

Training: Formed partnerships with Bristol-Myers Squibb Teaching and Learning Centers at Rider and Montclair State Universities. Developed and co-presented workshops on STC/MS life science modules and the nature of inquiry, and organized and presented curriculum showcases on the STC Program at both venues in 2004-2005. Organized and implemented the first Smithsonian Science Education Academy for Teachers on Energy and Motion, Summer, 2005. Repeating Energy and Motion Academy and organizing a new Academy on Biodiversity for Summer, 2006. Trainer for Organisms-From Macro to Micro: Clemson, SC (June 2003); Center for Science Literacy, Oklahoma State University (January 2004; August 2004). Trainer in Human Body Systems for teachers and presenters: South Carolina science teachers involved through South Carolina Math-Science Hubs (2001); Green Bay, WI area teachers involved through the Einstein Project (2001); and teachers from across the country gathered by Carolina Biological Supply Company (2000).

Technical Review: Technical Reviewer of middle school life science film series produced by Fabian-Baber, Inc. for Schlessinger Media (2000).

Advisory: installed a peer-to-peer network in computer lab (1995); wrote tutorials for Corel Draw, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Word (1995); and led inservice teacher training in the use of these programs (1995).

Author of mini-unit on the muscular/skeletal system for the Educational Film Center in Arlington, VA (1990).
Collaborators & Other Affiliations

i. Robert DeHaan (Emory University Medical School); Charles Drewes (Iowa State University); Rob Furey (George Mason University); Jayne Hart, (George Mason University); Smith Holt (Oklahoma State University); LeLeng Isaacs (Goucher College); Caroline Kiehle (University of Washington); John Layman (University of Maryland at College Park); Ian MacGregor (NSRC); Robert Matthews, (University of Georgia at Athens) Craig Laufer (Hood College); Karen Oates (George Mason University); Carol O'Donnell (George Washington University); Sande Sparkman (Oklahoma State University); Dane Toler; Paul Williams (University of Wisconsin at Madison); Christos Zahapolous (Northeastern University, Boston)

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EXPERTISE

Biology; Curriculum Development; Professional Development 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Milne, Henry. Curriculum Implementation Course, Human Body Systems. National Science Resources Center, Washington, DC, 2004
Milne, Henry. Curriculum Implementation Course, Organisms-From Macro to Micro,National Science Resources Center, Washington, DC, 2004
Publications, continued
Milne, Henry. Overview and Awareness Course, Human Body Systems. National Science Resources Center, Washington, DC, 2002
Milne, Henry. Overview and Awareness Course, Organisms-From Macro to Micro. National Science Resources Center, Washington, DC, 2002
Milne, Henry. Human Body Systems. Student Guide and Source Book, and Teacher's Guide. Carolina Biological Supply Company, Burlington, NC, 2000.

(ii)
Milne, Henry. Organisms - From Macro to Micro. Student Guide and Source Book, and Teacher's Guide. Carolina Biological Supply Company, Burlington, NC, 2002.

Milne, H and Marsland, D. and Wright. R. Decision: Donation. Health and Human Services, 2004