Professor of History and Education
“The faculty at Wesley College has always defined education as a total experience - reaching far beyond the classroom. This perspective makes learning an adventure and is the reason I have chosen to be here.”
Why I Teach:
College Center 308
D.Ed., Indiana University
M.A., University of Kentucky
B.A., Union College
Areas of Research:
- Integration of literature and history in the middle school curricula.
- British Imperialism in the 19th Century.
- "Expanding Communities Through A Professional Development School,” National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference.
- "Critical Thinking in the Middle School Classroom,” Middle States Council for the Social Studies Spring Conference.
- "Critical Thinking in AP U.S. History", National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference.
- "An Integrated Approach to Teaching Social Studies,” National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference.
- "Performance-based Instruction: A Guide to Connecting Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment,” Dimensions of Learning Network.
HI110 World Civilizations II
ED220 Teaching Reading in the Content Areas
ED457 Integrated Elementary Social Studies Methods
ED516 The Diverse School
ED480 Student Teaching: Elementary School