Marie LeJeune

Interim Associate Dean/Professor, Education & Leadership

503-838-8450 | lejeunem@wou.edu
RWEC 217

Personal Website

At WOU since

09/16/2007

Office Hours

MonTuesWedsThursFri
 1:15-3:15 p.m.4:00-5:00 p.m.  
By email and appointment.

Course schedule

Fall 2022
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
10092 FS303 SEPTEMBER EXPERIENCE - ONLINE CRS
11258 ED614 PRACTICUM: MAT - OFF CAMPUS
10758 SPED649 CLINICAL EXP III - OFF CAMPUS
10076 ED409 PRACT: ESOL - OFF CAMPUS
11425 ED697 MAT CLINICAL EXPERIENCE III - ONLINE CRS
10078 ED409 PRACT: ADD ENDORSEMENT - OFF CAMPUS
10080 ED409 PRACT: WORKSAMPLE - OFF CAMPUS
10082 ED498 CLINICAL EXP III - OFF CAMPUS
10084 ED609 PRCT:ADDING ENDORSEMENT - OFF CAMPUS
10755 FS399 SPECIAL STUDIES - ONLINE CRS
10079 ED409 PRACT: ADDL TERM - OFF CAMPUS
10091 FS199 SPECIAL INDIVIDUAL STUDIES - ONLINE CRS
11259 SPED648 CLINICAL EXP II - OFF CAMPUS
10510 ED411 CLINICAL EXP I: UG - OFF CAMPUS
10083 ED609 PRACT: ESOL - OFF CAMPUS

Vitae

Education

  • Ph. D, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2009
  • MAT, Whitworth College, 1995
  • B.A. Gonzaga University, 1994

Teaching focus

  • Master of Science in Education: Curriculum and Instruction

Professional experience

Dr. Marie LeJeune teaches courses in literacy instruction, children’s and young adult literature, and language arts methods.  She is a former secondary language arts teacher and reading specialist and has over 13 years of classroom experience in K-12 school settings.  She is passionate about books for young readers and has an extensive collection of children’s and young adult literature that she enjoys sharing with teachers and students in public school classrooms.  She is active in the National Council of Teachers of English, the International Literacy Association, the Children’s Literature Assembly and other organizations dedicated to quality literacy instruction in schools.  She is currently a member of the national Orbis Pictus Committee, an award given to the most outstanding nonfiction for readers in grades K-8 each year.  Her research focuses on issues closely related to children’s and young adult literature, literature based instruction, and literacy teacher research.

Graduate courses taught

-CSE 670 Teaching Content with Tech: Language Arts

-ED 534 Content Pedagogy I: Language Arts

-ED 536 Content Pedagogy II: Language Arts

-ED 603 Thesis

-ED 633 Research and Writing

-ED 635 Action Research

-ED 637 Advanced Content Pedagogy: Language Arts

-ED 640 Literacy: Inquiry, Theory, and Informed Practice

-ED 651 Content Area Literacy

-ED 655 Foundations of Literacy

-ED 656 Professional Seminar I

-ED 657 Professional Seminar II

-ED 658 Professional Seminar III

-ED 659 Professional Seminar IV

-ED 668 Assessment and Instruction in Reading

-ED 669 Content Pedagogy

-ED 672 Leadership in the School Reading Program

-ED 689 Contemporary Literature for Children/Young Adults

-ED 693 Teaching Reading Under the Common Core

Undergraduate courses taught

-ED 230H Children’s Literature in the Classroom (honors program)

-ED 434Content Pedagogy I: Language Arts

-ED 436 Content Pedagogy II: Language Arts

-ED 444 Fluency in Literacy

-ED 498 Student Teaching

 




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