Jennifer Lane-Myler, Ph.D.

Jennifer Lane-Myler, Ph.D.
Assistant Teaching Professor of Education, Elementary and Early Childhood Education
Office Phone
Office Location
133 Kochel
PENN STATE BEHREND
170 KOCHEL CENTER
ERIE, PA 16563
Biography

Jennifer Myler received her Ph.D. in Comparative International Education, Curriculum, and Instruction from Penn State University. For the past year, she has been an Assistant Professor of Elementary and Middle-Level Education at University Park, where she utilized her specialization in Social Studies education as well as supervised clinical instruction. Her most recent publications have appeared in the Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership and the Critical Action Reader for Teacher Education.

Research Interests

social justice in an era of standardization, cross-cultural immersion experiences, "alternative facts" in social studies education

Publications

Ending the silence about the earth in social studies teacher education - 2017
Collaborators: Mark Kissling; Jonathan Bell; Ana Diaz Beltran

Forming new agreements: A brief, critical exploration of the pedagogical formations of predominantly white, pre-service teachers in an urban context - 2016
Collaborators: Jeanine Staples; Talia Carroll; Donna-Marie Cole-Mallott; Corey Simmons

Facilitating democracy in a testing culture: Challenges and opportunities for school leaders, Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership - 2014
Collaborators: U. Bergmark; S. Salopek; R. Kawai

Education

Ph D, Comparative & International Education & Curriculum & Instruction, Pennsylvania State University

MA, Professional Counseling, Edinboro University

BS, Secondary Education, Pennsylvania State University