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About Judith Longfield

Judith Longfield is currently an Instructional Services Coordinator in the Center for Teaching and Technology at Georgia Southern University. Before coming to Georgia Southern she was an assistant professor at Indiana University-Northwest (IUN) where she taught the introduction to teaching, science methods and social studies methods courses. Before coming to IUN, she was an associate instructor at Indiana University-Bloomington (IUB) where she supervised field experiences, and taught elementary mathematics and science methods. She also provided standards-based program assessment support to a variety of IUB programs as part of her work on the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Unit Assessment System matrices. In 2005 she received the system-wide Leiber Outstanding Associate Instructor Award for Indiana University and in 2006 her dissertation was nominated for the American Educational Research Association’s Division K Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award. She has been a teacher and professional educator for forty-five years.

Positions

Present Centers for Teaching and Technology, Georgia Southern University Centers for Teaching and Technology
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Present Assistant Professor, Indiana University
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Curriculum Vitae




Honors and Awards

  • Founder's Day Teaching Award Nominee, Indiana University Northwest (2005)
  • Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Recognition, Indiana University Northwest (2005)
  • Leiber Outstanding Associate Instructor Award, Indiana University (2004)
  • P. Cross Future Leaders Award Nominee, American Association for Higher Education (2004)
  • Outstanding Associate Instructor Award, School of Education, Indiana University (2003)
  • Outstanding Teachers of America Award, Chicago Ridge, IL (1973)


Contact Information

P.O. Box 8143
Statesboro, GA 30460

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Publications (4)

Conference Papers (2)

Invited Workshops (5)

Peer Reviewed Presentations (13)