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Jackie Greene

Instructor II, Clinical and Student Teaching
Phone: (239) 590-7774
Office: MH - #270


2013: Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Research and Measurement and Literacy     Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida.

2011: Ed.S. Curriculum and Instruction. Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida.

1996:  M. Ed. Child Development. Kent State University, Kent, Ohio

1971: B. S. Early Childhood Education. Kent State University, Kent, Ohio   

Job Description:

Instructor Level II/ Coordinator of Level II Student Teaching Program

Jackie is an experienced professional educator with more than 40 years classroom experience in Pk-16 classrooms and programs. She is a thought leader focused on providing undergraduate students with a rigorous and challenging education along with confidence, tools, and skills required to build strong classroom practice and a foundation to become an impact classroom practitioner. Jackie has mentored and advanced students in their competence to conduct research through experiencing the research process as a problem-solving event. Currently, Dr. Greene is serving as the Assistant  Director of the Lucas Center for Faculty Development on the FGCU Campus.

  • Develops and facilitates professional development opportunities for Florida Gulf Coast University faculty members.
  • Influential in development of future College of Education curriculum, well-regarded by faculty across the university and community school partners.
  • Instruct undergraduate students in literacy methods, Senior Seminar Capstone course, and place student teachers in their Level II Student Teaching Classrooms. Instruct graduate students in Qualitative Research methodologies and processes.
  • Cultivate partnerships and alliances with public and private school districts across the Southwest Florida Region.

For more information, please review Dr. Greene's curriculum vita.

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