Ph.D., K-12 Educational Leadership, Walden University-Baltimore, 2009
Masters of Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Loyola College-Baltimore, 1999;
B.A., Literature, State University of New York Oswego State- Oswego, NY 1995
A.S., Science Humanities, State University of New York at Canton- Canton, NY 1993
Dr. Jennifer Daniels teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Undergraduate instruction includes: EDUC 211, Foundations of Education; EDUC 461, Methods of Teaching Science and Social Studies: Early Childhood/Elementary; EDUC 481 Modes of Inquiry; and EDUC 475 Classroom Management for K-12 Educators.
Dr. Daniels also coordinates the K-12 Licensure program and teaches the corresponding EDUC 499 D & EDUC 499 H courses--Teaching Internship and Colloquia: Elementary for K-12, Elementary and Teaching Internship and Colloquia: Elementary for K-12, Secondary.
At the Master's level, Dr. Daniels instructs EDUC 500 Culture and Pedagogy and EDUC 504, Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language.
Her research interests revolve around building teacher understandings through experimental developmental processes. This includes mentoring, field experiences, and presenting their experiences to the community. In doing so, she is an advisor for the teacher education club, CMU NSTA Student Chapter. This club provides various professional development activities for local educators and students alike throughout the year and presents at the National Science Teachers Association Conference.