Uploaded on Jun 28, 2011
David is an educator at Timpview High School.
NOTE: Fullmer's Resume is 7 pages with more experience, awards and ect. than what was entered below.
Bachelor of Music in Music Education - BYU, 1986
Master of Music in Music Education - BYU, 1990
Doctor of Musical Arts in Instrumental Conducting - University of Washing, Seattle, WA - 2003
Director of Bands, Timpview High School - 1990 - Present
Adjunct Professor of Music - BYU 2008 - Present
Provo School District Music Supervisor - 2000 - 2002 and 2008 - Present
Universtiy Courses Taught
Advandced Instrumental Conductiong
Intro to Music Eduction
High School Courses Taught
Marching Band (field show)
Marching Band (parade)
Advanced Placement Music Theory
Awards - 2011
Named Utah's Outstanding Music Educator by the Utah Music Education Association
Named Timpview High School's "Golden Apple" Outstanding Teacher by the Utah PTA
George Washington Honor Medal recipient from the Freadoms Faoundation at Valley Forge
In Progress "Balanced Percussion Education"
In Progress "An Analysis of Bonelli's Symphonic Concert Music"
2007 "Building Bridges Through Music Education" School Band and Orchestra
2007 "Adjudication Certification Proposal" Utah Music Educatiors Journal
Each year, the Golden Apple Awards are presented by the Utah PTA and KUED in recognition of six outstanding educators and two exceptional volunteers. Selected from nominees submitted by schools in Utah, these educators provide children with the educational and social tools needed to succeed. In 2011 KUED and the Utah PTA celebrate twenty-one years of honoring dedicated teachers and volunteers in the state of Utah.
"KUED has a strong commitment to education in Utah," says Michael A. Dunn, general manager. "The rich twenty-one year history of this collaboration is an indication of our commitment to educational programming and community. This recognition is a reminder of how everyone benefits when a talented teacher or school volunteer enriches the life of a child."
Hosted by Ted Capener, the hour-long program features short video profiles of each honoree at their school and highlights the teaching styles of each recipient, along with comments from students and peers. Educator awards are presented by the Governor and First Lady of Utah. Volunteer awards are presented by the Utah PTA President and Utah Education Association President.
After parents, perhaps no one makes more of a difference in a child's life than a dedicated teacher. That's why every year, KUED and the Utah PTA honor six of Utah's top teachers and two outstanding volunteers with the Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Education.
"KUED has a strong commitment to education in Utah," says KUED General Manager Michael A. Dunn. "The rich history of this collaboration is an indication of our commitment to educational programming and the community. These awards are a reminder of how everyone benefits when a talented teacher or school volunteer enriches the life of a child."
Hosted by Ted Capener, the Utah PTA Golden Apple Awards airs on KUED Channel 7 Wednesday, June 1 at 7:00 p.m. and again on KUED World Channel 7.2 on Thursday June 2 at 7:00 p.m. The broadcast features the awards ceremony, in combination with on-site footage of the recipients at work in their classrooms. Utah's First Lady, Jeanette Herbert, will speak at the ceremony as will Utah PTA president Ilene Mecham and Utah Education Association president Sharon Gallagher-Fishbaugh.
The 2011 Golden Apple Outstanding Educator recipients include: David C. Fullmer, Timpview High School, Orem, Utah; Alan Gatenby, Murray High School, Murray, Utah; Bonnie Lougy, West Jordan Elementary, Jordan, Utah; Tamara Searle, Churchill Junior High, Salt Lake City, Utah; Tammie Todd, Lone Peak Elementary, Sandy, Utah; and Leigh M. VandenAkker, East High School, Salt Lake City, Utah.
The 2011 Outstanding Volunteer Awards will be presented to Kimball Weaver, South Elementary, Cedar City, Utah and Terri Whittingham, Oak Canyon Junior High, Lindon, Utah.
Cash awards and program funding of the Golden Apple Awards is provided by the Emma Eccles Jones Foundation, Utah Education Network, EMI Health and the Utah Education Association.
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