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Brent Edward Heath, American Teacher, consultant, author ( education, Cons.)teacher, consultant.


Heath, Brent Edward was born on August 24, 1953 in Redlands, California, United States. Son of Victor Edward and Dawn Ion (Youngsma) Heath.


Associate of Arts in Social Studies, Highline Community College, Midway, Washington, 1973. Bachelor in History and Education, Seattle Pacific University, 1975. Postgraduate, San Jose State University, 1977.

Master of Arts in Secondary Education, California State University-Northridge, 1981.


Teacher social studies and English, Christian Center Schools, Dublin, California, 1975-1977, Los Primeros School, Camarillo, California, 1977-1979. Teacher social studies and television production Cabrillo Junior High School, Ventura, California, 1979-1980. Teacher social studies, criminallaw, journalism and English De Anza Middle School, Ontario, California, 1980^, also department chairman social studies.

Consultant Calif Department Education Civil Air Patrol Writing committee, 1986-1988, Golden State Exam committee, 1986-1988. Administrative training center trainer San Bernardino/Inyo Counties School Offices, 1988^. Consultant to districts and county official Inyo to Ihyo.

Member National Council for Social Studies Ethics Committee, 1989-1992. Member Social Education Committee, 1994-1996. Member Publs. Committee, 1996^.

Consultant social studies District of Columbia Heath & Company, 1988^, Macmillan/Mcgraw Hill & Company, 1989, Silver Burdett Press, 1991, Foundation for Teaching Economics, 1989^. Manuscript reviewer for professional journal Social Education, National Council for the Social Studies, 1985, 91^. Professional speaker at local, state, nat. and regional social studies convs.

Member San Bernardino County Law Related Education Committee, 1987-1991, San Bernardino County Law Day committee, 1986-1991. Adviser responder Network National Commision on Social Studies, 1987-1988, Ontario Commision on Bicenntenial Colonial Williamsburg Foundation fellow, 1985-1986. Taft Institute Government fellow, 1977.

National Endowment for Humanities fellow, 1985. Gold fellow, 1987; James Madison fellow, 1987-1988. Fellow Harvard University Institute, 1990, Institute Local Government, 1991, National Trust, 1991, Institute United States.Constitution, 1992.

Celebration of Teaching grantee Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, 1995, 96, Forestry Institute Teachers grantee, 1996.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Energizing the World History Program with Practical Novel Units. Contributor articles public to professional journals.


Adviser responder Network National Commission on Social Studies, 1987—1988, Ontario Commission on Bicenntenial Colonial Williamsburg Foundation fellow, 1985—1986. Member San Bernardino County Law Related Education Committee, 1987—1991, San Bernardino County Law Day committee, 1986—1991. Member of Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Gideons International, Nature Conservancy, California Association for the Gifted, National History Society, National Social Studies Supervisors Association, National Council History Education, National Trust for History Preservation, California Council for Social Studies, National Council for Social Studies (middle school committee 1992-1994), Smithsonian Institute (associate), Library. of Congress (associate).


Married Carol Mae Moshier, August 3, 1974. 1 child Justin Bryant.

Victor Edward Heath

Dawn Ion (Youngsma) Heath

Carol Mae Moshier

Justin Bryant Heath