Beth Walsh-Moorman, Ph.D. | Faculty

Assistant Professor of Literacy


Garfield Center

GA 5


  • Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction with a Literacy Specialization, Kent State University


Dr. Walsh-Moorman has 22 years of experience teaching high school English. She has taught literacy courses at John Carroll University and Kent State University, having earned her master's degree from the University of Michigan and her doctorate in curriculum and instruction specializing in literacy from Kent State, where she studied under renowned educator Dr. Timothy Rasinski.

Beyond the Classroom

Dr. Walsh-Moorman is the author of a Penguin Random House official teaching guide for Let the Great World Spin and top literacy journal articles. Her research focuses on new literacies, disciplinary literacy, visual literacy, Socratic methods, reading fluency and mastery grading for writing coursework.

What's the best part of working at LEC?

I love getting to know my students. The online students are such hardworking educators who really want to make a difference, and my undergraduates are so excited to learn and build professional relationships.