In progress Urban Principalship Licensure Program, Indiana University, Indianapolis
2013 Master of Science in Urban Education Studies, Indiana University, Indianapolis
2008 Bachelor of Science in Social Studies Education, Indiana University, Indianapolis
2015-Present Indiana University High School: Online Curriculum Developer
2013-Present Noblesville High School: Social Studies Teacher, School Improvement Committee Member, Technology Team/Professional Development Team Member, Guided Senior Academic Lab Facilitator, Project Citizen Coordinator
2013 Jefferson High School: Online Academy Coordinator, Social Studies Teacher, & Curriculum Developer
2011-2013 Oakland High School: Social Studies Teacher, Curriculum Developer, Technology Representative, Student Government Sponsor, UNprom Coordinator, FAFSA Night Coordinator, Life After High School Fair Coordinator
2010-2013 Purdue University: Pre-Service Teacher Mentor for Block 1 Students
2009-2011 Jefferson High School: Social Studies Teacher, Credit Recovery Program Director, Schools for Schools Teacher Sponsor
2007 Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis: Teaching Assistant, Service Learning Coordinator
Honors & Awards
2015 Miller Legacy Award, Noblesville High School
2014 Miller Legacy Award, Noblesville High School
2014 Teacher Creativity Fellowship Recipient, Lilly Endowment
2014 Award of Appreciation, Indiana National Guard
2013 We the People Guest Judge, Tippecanoe County Courthouse with Klondike Elementary School Students
2008 Top 100 Undergraduate Students, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
2008 Ernest G. Heppner Scholarship for Social Justice and Diversity, School of Education, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
Other Professional Experience
2015 Summer Teacher, Puente de la Costa Sur, Pescadero, CA
2013 Professional Development Facilitator, My Big Campus Learning Management System, Clinton Central School Corporation
2013 Presenter & Member of the Planning Team, Ride the Wave of eLearning Conference, Lafayette School Corporation
2012 iCivics Teacher Workshop Presenter, Indiana Statehouse
2011 Partnership Co-Facilitator, Grant-Writing Project with EDPS 61100: School-Counseling Seminar, Purdue University and Oakland High School
2010 Participant, Project-Based Learning Institute, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
2010 Participant, Facilitating Restorative Conferences Training, International Institute for Restorative Practices
2009 Independent Contractor, Developing Classroom Resources, Indiana Historical Bureau
2009 Independent Contractor for Research, Center for Urban and Multicultural Education, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis
2006-2008 Research Intern, Indiana Historical Bureau
Obenchain, K., Balkute, A., Vaughn, E., & White, S.N. (2016). High school teachers' identities: Constructing civic selves. The High School Journal, 99(3), pp. 252-278.
White, S.N. (2015). Rally4Ritz & Indiana's attack on democracy [Guest blog post]. Retrieved from http://teacherblog.typepad.com/newteacher/2015/02/rally4ritz-indianas-attack-on-democracy.html
White, S.N. (2014). A dissonant dance of identity and curriculum: The autoethnographic melody of a neoliberal score (Masters Thesis). Retrieved from ProQuest Theses and Dissertations (1528242).
White, S.N. (2014). National debt and deficit: High school seniors voice their concerns. Viewpoints: Official Publications of the Indiana Council for the Social Studies, 44(1), n.p.
White, S.N. (2013). Second reaction: Making connections. First Opinions Second Reactions, 6(3), pp. 25-29.
White, S.N. (2008). Trying something new… Viewpoints: Official Publication of the Indiana Council for the Social Studies, 39(2), pp. 18-19.
White, S.N. (2013). Neoliberalism and Curricular Dissonance: An Autoethnographic Analysis of Teacher Identity. Paper presented at 34rd Annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice.
White, S.N., Ware, J.A., & Loeffelman, M.P. (2013). Community Curriculum Integration: Service Learning through Intergenerational Relationships. Paper presented at 34rd Annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice.
White, S.N., Currie, B., & Phelps, J. (2013). Leaky Pipes: Prisoners of the School to Prison Pipeline. Informational Video presented at the Center for Urban and Multicultural Education Colloquium, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis.
White, S.N. (2012). Conditional civic identity congruence: Consequences of identification on civic participation and the hidden curriculum of democratic education. Paper presented at 33rd Annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice.
White, S.N. (2012). The objective of the objectives. Poster presentation at Purdue University Annual Graduate Student Educational Research Symposium.
Guest and Feature Appearances
2015 Howard Rheingold interviews Shannon White for DML Central: Teaching Social Studies Through Participatory Citizenship
2014 Don Wettrick interviews Shannon White for InnovatED on Bam! Radio Network: How to Make Project-Based Learning More Relevant to Students
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