Doctor of Philosophy Dept. of Educational Leadership and Policy, Indiana University, 2006
Office: N/E 617
Areas of Expertise:
History of Education and Childhood
Global Issues Facing Children and Schools
I teach courses in the history of education and childhood, multiculturalism, and global issues facing children and schools. I am firmly committed to teaching educational foundations as a child-centered discipline. My research focuses on the history of childhood and I am currently working on two book-length projects in that field.
As an undergraduate, I studied history at the Evergreen State college in Olympia, Washington. I completed my Master's and PhD from Indiana University's Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies where I majored in the history of education.
Date of First Employment at UW Oshkosh: Fall 2006
Years of P-12 Experience:
Classes Typically Taught:
Teaching as a Profession
Legal and Ethical Aspects of Education
Introduction to Global and Comparative Education
Internationalizing the Curriculum