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Vita-Delbert Brobst

Name of Faculty Member: Delbert Brobst
Name of Institution: College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University
Title or Rank:
Director of K-12/5-12 Teacher Interns
Field: Education

Earned Degrees: List date earned, institution, and major and minor/supporting field for each degree earned.

B.S.: Mankato State College, Mankato, MN - 1961
Major: English Minor: Mathematics

M.S.: St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN - 1969
Major: English/Education
Thesis: James Baldwin: The Search for Identity

1971-1976
Post-graduate credits: Variety of English and Education courses, Art History

Professional Experience: (including preK-12 teaching or administration and college/university experience):

List name, location, dates and field or function for each professional experience.

2001-Present

  • College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University, St. Joseph, MN
  • Director K-12/5-12 Student Teachers

1980-2001

  • College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University, St. Joseph, MN
  • Lecturer, Secondary School English/Language Arts Methods course

1971-2001

  • Apollo High School, St. Cloud Minnesota
  • English Instructor grades 11-12 (Life license: 7-12 English, 7-12 Mathematics, Drivers Education) Creative magazine advisor, Yearbook advisor

1969-1971

  • United States Army (draftee), Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, New York Fort Holabird, Maryland
  • Information Specialist, Personnel Specialist

1968-1969

  • St. Cloud Technical High School, St. Cloud, MN
  • English teacher 11th grade (three levels)
  • Yearbook copy advisor

1967-1968

  • St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN
  • Graduate teaching assistant, English
  • Graduate student

1965-1967

  • Winthrop Junior Senior High School, Winthrop, MN
  • Instructor 8th grade English, 9th grade algebra, 12th grade English (three levels)
  • Newspaper advisor, speech coach, golf coach, senior class advisor

 

Assignment: Fill in percentages for all that apply.

 % Full-Time in Institution  % Part-Time in Institution

 % Assignment in Education  % Assignment Outside Education

 % Undergraduate Assignment  % Graduate Assignment

100 % Administration  % Other (specify

 

Load: (including teaching and administrative assignments): For Academic Year 2004-2005

List course numbers, titles, and credits for each semester. Specify whether courses are undergraduate or graduate level.

Fall Semester:

  • EDUC 363-01A Student Teaching K-12 (16 credits)
  • EDUC 362-01A Student Teaching 5-12 (16 credits)

Spring Semester:

  • EDUC 363-01A Student Teaching K-12 (16 credits)
  • EDUC 362-01A Student Teaching 5-12 (16 credits)

Experiences:

2001-Present Guest Lecturer EDUC 359 spring/fall semesters

2002-Present Reader Education Department Writing Assessment Essays

Spring 2005 Submitted presentation proposal to Hawaii 2006 Education Conference

May 2004 Valeria Silva workshop: ELL Student in the Mainstream Classroom

Summer 2004 Lawson Fund Staff Development Grant

Visited secondary schools in Germany and Austria to explore student teaching abroad program; Spoke to English classes in Duisberg, Germany

December 2003 Began work with Wolf Ridge Environmental Center regarding placing student teachers

February 2003 Apollo High School, St. Cloud, MN guest speaker creative writing

January 2002 MACTE Teacher Education Congress

March 2002 Speaker Columbia Scholastic Press Association National Journalism Convention, Columbia University, New York City, New York.

April 2002 Judged elementary students’ science projects at Jefferson Elementary School, St. Cloud, MN.

Fall 2002 MACTE Teacher Education Congress

October 2001 Attended Director of Field/Clinical Experiences meeting at Crown College, St. Boniface, MN.