Deborah A. Nieding, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Chair of Teacher Education and Special Education

I believe that all children have the capacity to learn and that teachers need to look at the supports and challenges that students encounter. Teachers need to work diligently to reduce the obstacles that create the challenges and strengthen the supports...

Contact Information

Education & Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Missouri

M.A., Elementary Education, University of Missouri

B.S., Elementary Education, University of Pittsburgh

Courses Taught

EDLA 625

EDTE 221+L

EDTE 331+L

EDTE 512

EDTE 537 

EDTE 540

EDTE 562

 


I believe that all children have the capacity to learn and that teachers need to look at the supports and challenges that students encounter. Teachers need to work diligently to reduce the obstacles that create the challenges and strengthen the supports that build success. One significant support that even the most challenged student has is resiliency. Teachers need to help students discover their potential and develop a strong self-esteem. Students are our future and we need to make sure they have a passion for protecting humans and our natural resources. Teachers teach children to be thinkers, questioners and problem solvers.

Chapters

Nieding (McDonald) D.A.(2002) ”The Awakening.” Editor, Nessel, D. From Dubs to Marbles: Reflections On Learning from Teachers and Students. USA, Library of Congress.

Nieding, D.A. (1999), “Authentic Literacy Assessment Practices.” Editor, Hosking, N. Student Centered Literacy Instruction in the Middle Years. Prentice Hall/Merrill. Columbus, OH.

Nieding, D.A. (1996) ”Classroom Management for Effective Instruction.” Administrators’ Guide to Staff Development. Scholastic Publishers, NY, NY.

Nieding, D.A. (1997) “Make New Lessons, But Keep the Old, One is Silver and the Other Gold.” Teaching Children Mathematics. Reston, VA.

Nieding, D.A. (1995) collaborative author. “Reading Program for Grades 2-8.” Honda. Scholastic Publishers, NY, NY.

Nieding, (Allai) D.A. (1991) “Test Panic – Poetry to the Rescue.” Whole Language Catalogue. American School Publishers, Santa Rosa, CA.

 

Articles

Nieding (Booth) D.A. & Shepard, J (2009) “Heart to Heart Art”. Reclaiming Children and Youth: The Journal of Strength-Based Intervention. Vol. 18 (1).

Nieding, D.A. (1995) “Children Learn Best When . . .” Scholastic Research Papers. Scholastic NY, NY.

 

Reviews

Nieding, D.A. (2015) Reviewed the Alternative edTPA, Pearson Publishing, Boston, MA.

Nieding, D.A. (2013) Reviewed Demonstrating the New INTASC Standards, Solution Press, Bloomington, IN.

Nieding (Booth), D.A. (2009) Reviewed Contemporary Issues in Literacy Education, Sage Publications. Thousand Oaks, CA.

Nieding, D.A. (1997) Reviewed Student-Centered Literacy Instruction in the Middle Years. Prentice Hall/Merrill Education. Columbus, OH.

Nieding, D.A. (1997) Reviewed Literacy Casebook, Lawrence Eribaum Associates Inc. Publishers Mahwah, NJ.

Nieding, D.A. (1994) Reviewed Content Area Reading, Prentice Hall/Merrill Education. Columbus, OH.