Alicia Wenzel

Associate Professor, Education & Leadership

503-838-8668 | wenzela@wou.edu
RWEC 224

At WOU since

08/01/2011

Office Hours

MonTuesWedsThursFri
 12:30-2:30 F2F, & online 7-8amonline 7-8amonline 7-8am 
by appt.

Course schedule

Spring 2020
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
31226 ED688 CAPSTN & PROF LDRSHP SEM III - HYBRD* CRS
31807 ED642 CURR, ASSESS, INST & REFLTN - HYBRD* CRS
31807 ED642 CURR, ASSESS, INST & REFLTN S 1445-1700 RWEC 104
31226 ED688 CAPSTN & PROF LDRSHP SEM III S 0830-1100 RWEC 202

Vitae

Education

Born in PA; lived in PA, AZ, CA, IL, VA, IN; moved to OR from IN Summer 2011; taught both elementary and secondary students in PA, AZ, IL, VA, and IN. Married to a teacher =) and have one 9-year old son. Love most outdoor activities especially now that I don't have to fight humidity or mosquitoes.

Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies: Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, IN
M.S.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction: University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, Champaign, IL
B.S. in Elementary Education: Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

Professional experience

Alicia Wenzel is currently an Associate Professor at Western Oregon University helping to prepare future teachers specializing in Curriculum and Assessment. She is an advocate for young adolescents, serving on professional organizations’ executive boards dedicated to middle level education.  Dr. Wenzel established the WOU COE Bridge Program in 2011which supports soon-to-be, beginning, and novice teachers and she continues to seek best practices that help K-12 teachers and students succeed. Research interests include supporting beginning teachers, technology in the classroom, and rigorous and relevant instructional and assessment practices. Alicia has been in higher education since 2004.

Prior to her work in higher education, she worked as a middle school and elementary educator for 10 years teaching primarily math and language arts to students in high needs, rural areas. Personal interests include traveling with her family, traveling, gardening, making soap and chap stick, kayaking, cooking (and eating), relay marathons, and playing badminton.

Graduate courses taught

ED 611 Learning Theories
ED 622 Curriculum, Assessment, & Management Part I
ED 623 Curriculum, Assessment, & Management Part II
ED 648 Advanced Curriculum and Assessment
ED 656 Professional Seminar I
ED 657 Professional Seminar II

Undergraduate courses taught

ED 373 Introduction to Curriculum & Assessment
ED 411 Term 2 Field Experience
ED 413 Term 3 Field Experience
ED 418 Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment
ED 495 Term 4 Field Experience




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