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Buckley, Penny

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Penny Buckley

Master of Science in Education - University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 1982

Phone: (920) 424-3331

Office: N/E 030


Brief Bio:

I have been in the education field for 27 years. The first 15 years of my career were spent teaching various grades and classroom configurations at the elementary level. I moved on to middle school when my daughters hit the teen years and again taught a variety of grade levels and content areas. My first assignment was teaching both traditional and at-risk math and language arts to sixth, seventh and eighth graders. I spent another year teaching seventh grade social studies and two years teaching sixth grade language arts.

After resigning from the public school system, I spent a year as a student, brushing up on my computer skills. I was hired at UW Oshkosh as a supervisor for student teachers and interns. Since that first year, I have not only continued in this capacity but have also supervised clinical students, taught "Individual, School and Society", co-taught middle school and high school students in the APPLE summer program held on campus, taught the "Supervision of Student Teachers" course and taught an "Introduction to Teaching as a Career" distance learning course through Continuing Education and Extension.


Buckley, Penny DPI Licensures

Date of First Employment at UW Oshkosh: January 1999
Years of P-12 Experience: Elementary grades (1-5) for 15 years - Middle school (6-8) for 4 years - Currently teaching high school (juniors and seniors) for the first time


Classes Typically Taught:

  • Individual, School and Society

  • Supervision of Student Teachers 

  • Introduction to Teaching as a Career distance learning course

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