Judith Neufeld

Judith Neufeld

  • Dean, College of Education
  • Professor of Education, Department of Teacher Education
LC 221 Carnell Learning Center

Ph.D., Arizona State University (1999) 
M.Ed., Texas Christian University (1988) 
B.A., Tabor College (1983) 

Classes Taught


  • Living with Accreditation: Realizations and Frustrations of One Small Univeristy. Advances in Research on Teaching--Tensions in Teacher Preparatino: Accountability, Assessment, and Accreditation. United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.


  • A pilot study: Capturing online dispositions and summative evaluation of educational field experiences in Teacher Education Journal of South Carolina. (2010)


  • Social Studies as Content for Meeting the ELA Common Core. National Council for the Social Studies. Seattle, Washington. (2012)
  • Draw! Dance! Sing! Say! Let Students Show What They Know. National Council for the Social Studies. Washington, DC, District of Columbia. (2011)
  • Building Brighter Futures for Children Through Positive Parent Interactions. Association of Childhood Education International. Phoenix, Arizona. (2010)
  • Avoiding the Sandbars: A Roundtable Dialogue Regarding the Extraction, Storing, and Dissemination of Teacher Candidate Dispositions in an Online Format.. Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators. Louisville, Kentucky. (2009)
  • A Pilot Study: Capturing Online Dispositions and Summative Evaluation of Educational Field Experiences.. South Carolina Association of Teacher Education. Newberry, South Carolina.(2009)
  • Enticing All Students to Reach Their Potential by Integrating the Fine and Performing Arts in the Regular Classroom Instruction.. Association of Childhood Education International. Chicago,Illinois. (2009)
  • Finding Our Commonalities, Valuing Our Differences: Integrated Arts Preparation for Intermediate/Middle Childhood Teachers. Association of Childhood Education International.Atlanta, Georgia. (March, 2008)
  • Using the 'New' Language Arts to Help Children Embrace Culture.. National Council for the Social Studies. Houston, Texas. (2008)
  • No Child Left Behind and Meeting AYP in Literacy and Mathematics: What Cost to Citizenship Education for Elementary Grade Students?.. College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA).Houston, Texas. (2008)
  • No Child Left Behind and Meeting AYP in Literacy and Mathematics: What Cost to Citizenship Education?. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. San Diego, California. (February, 2007)
  • The Effects of an Immersion Model of Student Teaching.. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. (February, 2006)
  • Using Writing to Strengthen Hearts and Understanding in Young Children.. National Council for the Social Studies. Kansas City, Missouri. (December, 2005)
  • Developing Competent Teachers: New Ways of Educating Secondary Preservice Teachers. South Carolina Association of Teacher Education. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (October, 2005)
  • Expanding Horizons: New Ways of Educating Teachers in a Secondary PDS.. Professional Development Schools National Conference. Orlando, Florida. (March, 2005)
  • Renewing Practices: University & Secondary School Faculty Members Collaborate for Mutual Reward. Professional Development Schools National Conference. Orlando, Florida. (March, 2004)
  • Multiplying the Power of One: Young Citizens Making a Difference.. National Council for the Social Studies. Chicago, Illinois. (November, 2003)
  • Redesigning Teacher Preparation for Today's Inclusive Classrooms. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. New Orleans, Louisiana. (January, 2003)
  • Rights and Responsibilities: Developing Children's Citizenship for a Changing World.. National Council for the Social Studies. Phoenix, Arizona. (November, 2002)