University of Dubuque Education

The mission of the Teacher Education Program is to prepare qualified, caring, and effective educators. This mission is based on a conceptual framework with five components: Professional Dispositions, Content Knowledge, Pedagogical Knowledge, Knowledge of Learners, and Competency in Standards. Together, these five components provide the conceptual framework for the program. This framework takes into account that learning to teach effectively occurs within professional learning communities which are found in the college classroom, school-based settings, and in student teaching. Our program integrates education-related service to the learning community and thus supports the unique mission of the University of Dubuque while engaging learners in multiple contexts and common goals.
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 Angela Brandel's Research
Angela Brandel's Research
Professor of Education
 Chadwick Biermeier's Research
Chadwick Biermeier's Research
Assistant Professor of Education; Department of Teacher Education Co-Head; Head of Clinical Experiences
 Debra Stork's Research
Debra Stork's Research
Director of Teaching, Learning and Assessment; Professor of Education
 Jeffrey Haverland's Research
Jeffrey Haverland's Research
Department of Teacher Education Co-Head
 Jennifer Benson's Research
Jennifer Benson's Research
Assistant Professor
 Julie Phillips's Research
Julie Phillips's Research
Associate Professor of Education
 Kathleen Gansemer's Research
Kathleen Gansemer's Research
Assistant Professor of Education
 Katie Boyer's Research
Katie Boyer's Research
Assistant Professor of Education
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A collection of citations from adjunct faculty, staff, and those no longer working with the University of Dubuque