Presenter: No Other Foundation: A Vison for Christian Education. CO. (2015).
Presenter: The Challenge of Continuous White Water in Education and Accreditation. Knoxville, TN (2011).
Hand, D.B. & Boyd, K.E. (2008). Putting Our Differences to Work: How a School of Education at a Christian University Responded to the NCATE Diversity Standard. Huntington University, IN
Hand, D.B. (2008). Book Review: Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christian Higher Education. SoTL_CHED.
Fagin, R., Hand. D., Boyd. K. (2004). Electronic Portfolios for Aggregating & Disaggregating Data: Measuring a Transformed Life. The Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Vol.3. Chicago.
Hand, D.B. & Boyd, K.E. (2003). Transforming the Oral Roberts University School of Education: A Permanent White Water Experience (Chapter). Navigating Change: Preparing for a Performance-Based Accreditation Review (2003). NCATE. Washington.
Professional Experiences, Membership and Service
Keynote Speaker at Education Conferences and Professional Development Workshop Presenter in over 30 international countries. (1989–2014).
Served as Chair on over 25 NCATE and CAEP Accreditation Site Visits
Appointed to serve on two Taskforces with the National Department of Education regarding the National Education School Surveys. (2006-2009).
Appointment: Models of Excellence Award Committee. Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education. (2003-2007).
Presenter: Annual American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education - National Conference (AACTE). Assessment Technology and Education. New Orleans. (2003).
President: Oklahoma Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (OACTE). (2001-2003).
President: Nation Council for Private School Accreditation (NCPSA). (1996-1999)
Personal/Professional Vision Statement
Committed to developing quality educators prepared and inculcated with a solid Christian Worldview and who will be in demand as educational leaders at both the Elementary/Secondary and Higher Education levels.
To prepare educators who will impact the next generation for Christ.
To challenge and encourage teacher educators, those who will teach future generations to appreciate and preserve our Christian heritage.
To communicate to teacher educators an appreciation for and understand the need to support and promote a Liberal Arts Education.