Haley Sigler, Ph.D. Director of Education Studies, Associate Professor
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Ph.D. in Education, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Virginia, 2008
M.A.T., Hollins University, 2005
B.A. in Elementary Education, University of Kentucky, 2001
Writing Workshops, Writing Across the Curriculum, Teacher Education Program Development, Service as a Component of Teacher Education
Foundations of Education
Fieldwork in Education
Teaching Elementary Reading
Elementary Language Arts & Social Studies Methods
Elementary Math & Science Methods
Urban Education & Poverty
Exploring Childhood in Denmark: Comparing Policies and Practices to the U.S.
Directed Teaching Seminar
Iddings J., & Sigler, H. (2018). Design and Implementation of Needs-based Collaborative Projects:
Experiences from a Small, Rural Town in Appalachian Virginia. In R.M. Reardon & J. Leonard (Eds.) School-University-Community Collaboration in Education in Rural Places. (pp. 161-180) Charlotte, NC. Information Age Publishing.
Sigler, H. (2017). Where the Page Meet the Stage: Storytelling Through Words and Movement. Ubiquity: The Journal of Literature, Literacy, and the Arts. Volume 3, Issue 2.
Sigler, H. (2014). A Family That Writes Together: Creating a Community of Writers in a Parent/Child Writing Workshop. Virginia English Journal. Volume 64, Number 1.
Secoy, M. & Sigler, H. (2019). Discovering Digital Differentiation: A Teacher Reimagines Writing
Workshop in the Digital Age. In Voices from the Middle, Spring 2019.
Moffa E., & Sigler, H. (2019). Learn, Serve, and Lead: Examining a Model for Strengthening Community
Partnerships and Student Leadership through a Service-Leadership Internship. In F. Kochan, E.
Reames & D. Griggs (Eds.) Partnerships for Student Success and Leadership Preparation and Development. Charlotte, NC. Information Age Publishing.