Dr. Whitney Wesley
D.Ed. – Curriculum and Instruction
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
M.Ed. – Education
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
B.S. – Mathematics Education
Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA
Dr. Wesley teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses as part of the Elementary, Middle, and Secondary Education Department. She advises all freshmen in the middle level program, advises several clubs including the Middle and Secondary Education Club, and is extremely active in both departmental and university committee work.
Dissertation: Closing the Achievement Gap: The Use and Effectiveness of Research-Based Practices in Middle Schools
Corbett, F. & Wesley, W. (2012). Autoethnography of an on-line course: Theory and practice at a crossroads. In Q. Lin (Ed.), Advancement in online education: International perspective and practices. New York, NY: Nova Science.
Rotigel, J. V., & Wesley, W. M. (2012). A survey of pre-service teachers’ perceptions of gifted education: Is higher education dispelling the myths? Journal of European Teacher Education Network, 7, 35-50.
Educator of the Month – April 2012
MLED 775: Enhanced Teaching Methods
SEDU 675: Teaching Methods
ELED-361: Methods for Teaching Math and Science in Elementary Schools
ELED-380: Assessment and Evaluation in Elementary Schools
MLED-381: Assessing Young Adolescents
MLED-467: Middle Level Math and Science Methods
SEDU-381: Measurement and Evaluation in Secondary Schools
SEDU-475: Field Experience Supervision
SEDU-495: Student Teaching Supervision