Dr. Teresa Eagle

Dean, Graduate School of Education and Professional Development

Professor - Coordinator of Doctoral Programs

Leadership Studies
 

t.eagle@marshall.edu

Academic Degrees

Education Specialist, May 2000
Supervision of Instruction (K-12)
Marshall University
Huntington, WV

Doctor of Education, August 1996
Tenure Granted: August 2004
Educational Leadership Studies
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV
Major Emphasis: Public School Administration
Minor: Curriculum and Instruction
Committee Chairman: Dr. Paul A. Leary

Master of Education, December 1982
Education Administration
West Virginia Graduate College (MUGC)
GPA: 4.00

Bachelor of Science, May 1978
Mathematics
Morris Harvey College (U. of Charleston)
Charleston, WV
GPA: 3.85 (Summa Cum Laude)
 

Professional Experience

Dean (Oct. 2009 - Present)
Graduate School of Education and Professional Development
Marshall University, South Charleston, WV

Professor and Coordinator of Doctoral Programs (July 2006-Present)
Leadership Studies
Graduate School of Education and Professional Development
Marshall University, South Charleston, WV

Associate Professor and Coordinator of Doctoral Programs (August 1998-July 2006)
Leadership Studies
Graduate School of Education and Professional Development
Marshall University, South Charleston, WV
 
Adjunct Instructor (August 1996-August 1998)
Graduate School of Education and Professional Development
Marshall University, South Charleston, WV

Curriculum Supervisor (June 1996-August 1998)  
George Washington High School
Kanawha County Schools
 
Assistant Principal (February 1995-June 1996)
Andrew Jackson Middle School
Kanawha County Schools

Acting Principal (Sept. 1994-Feb. 1995)  
Roosevelt Junior High School
Kanawha County Schools
 
Assistant Principal (Sept. 1991-Sept. 1994)
Roosevelt Junior High School
 
Education Specialist (Sept. 1990-August 1991)   
NASA Project Laser
Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville, AL
TME
Lake Bluff, Illinois
 
Assistant Principal (Sept. 1989-Sept. 1990)
Roosevelt Junior High
Kanawha County Schools

Mathematics Teacher (August 1979-August 1989) 
Nitro High School
Dept. Chair            
Kanawha County Schools
 
Instructor, Math  (January 1987-May 1988) 
WV State College
Institute, WV
 
Instructor, Applied Math (June 1989-December 1989)      
WV Graduate College
Institute, WV
 
Private Tutor (1982-1984)  
Swain Learning Center
St. Albans, WV
 
Mathematics Teacher (August 1978-August 1979)
Sherman High School
Boone County Schools
 

Publications

Cunningham, M., Eagle, T., Harris, J., & Watts, L. (Nov. 2008). Superintendent Perceptions of Administrator Preparation Programs in West Virginia."     Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration Journal, 2008 Yearbook.

Alley, R., Cunningham, M., & Eagle, T. (Spring, 2008). "Leadership Over Time: A 21-Year Study of the Functioning of School Boards." The John Ben Shepperd Journal of Practical Leadership, Spring 2008, pp. 45-48.

Eagle, T.R., Cunningham, M.L. & Starcher, S. (Oct. 2005). “Data-Based Assessment in an E-Portfolio Program.”  Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration Journal, 2005 Yearbook.

Goodwin, R.H., Cunningham, M. & Eagle, T. “The Changing Role of the Secondary Principal in the United States.” Journal of Educational Administration and History, Vol. 37(4), April 2005, pp. 1-17.

“Poor Rural Neighborhoods and Early School Achievement.”  With Robert Bickel and Cynthia Smith, Journal of Poverty, Vol. 5, No. 3, 2002.

Pauley, R.D., Cunningham, M.L., & Eagle, T.R. (Nov. 2000) “Implementing a Web-Based Delivery Model for Principalship Preparation Program,” Southern Regional Council on Education Administration Journal, 2000 Yearbook.

Bickel, R., Tomasek, T., & Eagle, T.R. (Feb. 2000) "Top-Down, Routinized Reform in Low-Income, Rural Schools:  NSF's Appalachian Rural Systemic Initiative", Educational Policy Analysis Archives.

"Developing Effective Leaders for Tomorrow's Schools:  A University and Public School Collaborative Effort," with Dr. Michael Cunningham, ERIC Document Service, Summer 1999.

A critical review of Ellsworth, Jeanne, and Ames, Lynda J., eds. (1998). Critical Perspectives on Project Head Start: Revisioning the Hope and Challenge. New York: State University of New York Press.  Education Review, http://coe.asu.edu/edrev/reviews/rev44.htm , Dec. 1998.

 

Invited Presentations and Workshops

“What do students do with an EdD degree after graduation? A Case Study. Presented October 29, 2010, with John Yaun, Southern Regional Conference on Education Administration Conference, Savannah, GA.

"Conference Planning: Learning from the Past and the Present to Improve on the Future." Presented October 26, 2008, Southern Regional Conference on Education Administration Conference, Charleston, WV.

"Leading in the 21st Century: A Shared Responsibility." Presented October 24, 2008, with Anita Stephenson and Mary Ann Triplett, Southern Regional Conference on Education Administration Conference, Charleston, WV.

"Building 21st Century Communication Skills in the Classroom: The Administrator’s Role." Presented October 25, 2008, with Sherri Shafer, Southern Regional Conference on Education Administration Conference, Charleston, WV.

"Leading in the 21st Century: A Shared Responsibility." Presented October 24, 2008, with Anita Stephenson and Mary Ann Triplett, Southern Regional Conference on Education Administration Conference, Charleston, WV.

"Technology Integration: A Top-Down Approach." Presented October 24, 2008, with Tracy L. Chenoweth and Traci Knight, Southern Regional Conference on Education Administration Conference, Charleston, WV.

"Students Using Technology: Stories from the Classroom" Presented December 7, 2007, with Lisa Heaton and Ray Singleton, Educational Technology Leadership Conference, Roanoke, VA.

"District Superintendents’ Evaluation of Principal Preparation Programs in West Virginia" Presented November 2, 2007, with Michael Cunningham and Joel Harris, Southern Regional Conference on Education Administration Conference, Kansas City, MO.

"Semi-Annual Doctoral Studded Seminars: A Useful Function or Just Another Hoop for Students?" Presented August 2, 2007 with Michael Cunningham, Rachael Alley, Anne Bolyard, Ernie Adkins, and Kristal Filipek, National Council of Professors of Education Administration Conference, Chicago, IL.

"What School Boards Really Do: A Twenty-Year Minute Study." Presented August 1, 2007 with Michael Cunningham and Rachael Alley, National Council of Professors of Education Administration Conference, Chicago, IL.

"Using Virtual Schools to Enhance Learning Activities in Pre-service Principal Programs." Presented August 3, 2006 , National Council for Professors of Educational Administration Conference, Lexington, KY.
 
"Distance Education: Doctoral Students in a Rural State of Mind." Presented January 8, 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Education in Honolulu, Hawaii
 
“Palm Handheld Applications across the Curriculum.” Presented Dec. 5, 2005, Educational Technology Leadership Conference, Roanoke VA.
 
“Using VISTA to Manage Student Portfolios in a Degree Program.” Presented August 10, 2005, WV Statewide Technology Conference, Morgantown, WV.
 
“The Doc Student Portfolio: a Meaningful Alternative to Residency and Comps.” Presented July 28, 2005, National Council of Professors of Education Administration Summit on the Preparation of School Leaders, Washington, DC.
 
"The Changing Role of the Secondary School Principal in the United States: An Historical Perspective." with M. Cunningham and R. Goodwin, Journal of Educational Administration and History, Vol. 37(4). pp. 1-17, April, 2005.
 
Invited participant, Fifteenth Oxford Conference, Educational Leadership and Ethics, March 20-27, 2004, Oxford University, Oxford, England.
 
“How Low Can You Go: Principalship Preparation Programs in Limbo.” Paper presented August 5, 2004, National Council for Professors of Educational Administration Conference, Branson, Missouri.
 
"Multimedia and Interactive Technology Applications." Presentation March 15, 2004, Virginia Society for Technology in Education, Roanoke, Virginia.
 
"Multimedia and Interactive Technology Applications," "Integrating Technology into Language Arts and Mathematics Instruction," and More Than a Personal Data Assistant: Using the Palm for Instruction." Presentations December 9, 2003, 9th Annual Educational Technology Leadership Conference, Roanoke, Virginia.
 
"Character in the Post-Kohlbergian Environment: conformity, Commitment and the Evaluation Paradox." Paper presented November 17, 2003, International Conference on Civic Education Research, New Orleans, Louisiana.

“The Rhetoric and Reality of Change: A Model for Supporting Higher Education Faculty Adoption of Web-Based Instruction.” Paper presented October 25, 2003, Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Little Rock, Arkansas.

“The Changing Face of Graduate Education: Technology’s Impact on Teaching and Learning.” Paper presented October 6, 2002, Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Kansas City, Missouri.

"Instructional Strategies for Facilitating Online Student Participation - Best Practices." Presented September 24, 2002, WVNET Conference, Morgantown, WV

“Educational Leadership Programs: Escaping from ‘Between a Rock and a Hard Place’.” Paper presented August 8, 2002, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, Burlington, Vermont.

“The Changing Role of the High School Principal.” Paper presented August 9, 2002, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, Burlington, Vermont.

“Ask the Experts.” Panel presentation, April 18, 2002, Almost Heaven Conference.

“Internet Based Education, Cohort Groups and the Principal Shortage.” Paper presented November 2, 2001, Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Jacksonville, FL.

“Ask the Faculty: Teaching and Learning On-Line.” Panel presentation, September 25, 2001, WVNET Conference, Morgantown, WV.

“The Rhetoric and Reality of Change” paper presented at ED Media 2001, Tampere, Finland, June 28 , 2001

“Be a Reformer…From the Classroom Level and Up.” Putnam Co. teachers, July 2000.

“That’s Not the Way We’ve Always Done It.” Paper presented November 11-13, 2000, Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Nashville, TN. (regional)

“Preparing future principals using the Internet.” (Nov. 1999) presented at Southern Regional council on Education Administration Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC
 
“Three Women in Charge: A Triangle of Leadership in Head Start.” (Oct. 1999) presented at American Educational Studies Association Annual Meeting, Detroit, Michigan.
 
"Developing Effective Leaders for Tomorrow's Schools" - 8th annual National Conference on Creating the Quality School, Memphis, TN, March 25, 1999
 

Professional Organizations

NASSP, WVASSP, AESA, PDK, ADK, ASCD, KDP, NSTOY, NCPEA, SRCEA


Last updated 11/18/10