Faculty Profile

Pamela Nesselrodt

Professor of Education; Director of Certification (2000), Department Chair

Contact Information

nesselrp@dickinson.edu

57 S College St
717.245.1037

Bio

Primary research interests are school reform, program development and evaluation, teacher effectiveness, and improving educational opportunities of children placed at risk.

Education

  • B.A., James Madison University, 1973
  • M.A., 1976
  • Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1989

2014-2015 Academic Year

Fall 2014

EDUC 458 Curriculum Design
Permission of Instructor Required.

EDUC 460 Managing the Incl Classroom
Permission of Instructor Required.

EDUC 461 Student Teaching
Permission of Instructor Required.

EDUC 462 Student Teaching
Permission of Instructor Required.

Spring 2015

EDUC 350 Teaching Engl Lang Learners
Permission of Instructor Required.

EDUC 391 Teach Engl Grmmr & Ling
This course is organized around several research topics, such as: literacy and numeracy, schooling in cities, the history of Western educational thought, the liberal arts curriculum, systems of schooling in European and Asian countries, graduate and professional schools, the testing industry, political education, and the Supreme Court and public schooling. Prerequisite dependent upon topic. 0.5 or 1.0 course credit

EDUC 458 Curriculum Design
Permission of Instructor Required.

EDUC 459 Teach Special Needs Students
Permission of Instructor Required.

EDUC 460 Managing the Incl Classroom
Permission of Instructor Required.

EDUC 461 Student Teaching
Permission of Instructor Required.

EDUC 462 Student Teaching
Permission of Instructor Required.