Linda Siegel

Associate Professor of Adolescent Young Adult Education

Degrees:

  • Ph.D., Educational Leadership
  • M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction
  • B.S., Education

Courses Taught:

  • Education Department undergraduate and graduate, and MBA graduate Program

Research/Creative Activity Interests:

  • Primary focuses:
    • Appreciative Inquiry Trainer/Facilitator, Case Western Reserve University
    • National Board for Professional Teaching Standards: AYA Social Studies
    • Ohio Licensed Secondary Teacher (7-12) Comprehensive Social Studies
    • Leadership: Leadership Training Institute
    • Educational Planning & Curriculum Design: ODE Curriculum Development

Awards/Professional Memberships:

  • National Board for Professional Teaching Standards 2000 in Adolescence Young Adult Social Studies education (among highest scorers in OH)
  • Martha Holden Jennings Scholar – outstanding Ohio teacher
  • LBJ Scholar - selected to serve as Teacher Intern in (DC) House of Representatives during Clarence Thomas Hearings, worked with members of all 3 levels of federal government, lobbyists, media, and private business sector
  • Armonk Scholar - selected for teaching experience in Germany, trained European teachers to develop and to implement Holocaust curriculum, three year project
  • C-Span Energy/Environment Institute - selected to group of educators from US, Russia, Philippines, & S. America to engage in post graduate study at University of Oklahoma & Washington DC, cooperative international project culminating in production of C-Span TV program for educators, included staff
  • Selected to represent educators in Washington DC in Congress and invited by the German government to facilitate projects and staff in Europe
  • Leader of Nationally Recognized Information Technology Educators Team that set the benchmark for technology education