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Teacher Education Instructor/Supervisor, College of Education
503-838-9293 | firstname.lastname@example.org
At WOU since01/09/2006
Course scheduleSummer 2021
|1395||ED637||ADV CONT PED STEM||-||ONLINE CRS|
|1004||ED325||ELEMENTARY SCIENCE METHODS||-||ONLINE CRS|
What you will do and learn in my courses
How to get back in touch with the excitement of learning new things, how to prepare teachers to employ best practices and research driven pedagogies in their elementary and secondary classrooms.
PhD Candidatae, Oregon State University, STEM Education
MSEd: ESOL Endorsement, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR
B.S. in Elementary Education/Interdisciplinary Studies, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR
Science and Math Education
Equity through STEM education
I began my teaching career as an elementary teacher in the Dallas School District 25 years ago, and most recently spent 5 years teaching full-time high school Math and Science classes for Chemeketa Community College (CCC). I teach part-time at CCC and returned to WOU in 2013. I currently teach full-time at WOU in the Division of Educational Leadership focusing maniny on Science and Math teaching methods for both elementary and secondary pre-service teachers and STEM for graduate students.
I love learning and continue to pursue new opportunities to expand my knowledge in the area of Teacher Education and STEM education. I enjoy the diversity of the populations I work in my various roles and hope to instill a love of learning in all my students. My husband and I have 6 children and 15 grandchildren. I love to travel and explore interesting geological sites around the world.
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