Master of Arts in Teaching Dept.
EdD in curriculum and instruction with a focus on literacy, Seattle Pacific University
MS in education, University of New England
BA in music education with a minor in English education, Cornerstone University
Rebecca Addleman joined the MAT program in 2006 as a cohort leader, teaching action research, curriculum, instruction, and reading endorsement courses. Prior to working at George Fox, her classroom experience focused on music and language arts education in the Michigan Public Schools and internationally in Vienna, Austria.
Internationalizing Teacher Education
Transformative Learning Theory
Parker Palmer's Courage to Lead
Addleman, R.A. (2012) Service. In A.L. Dee & G. Tiffin (Eds.), Faithful education: Themes and values for teaching, learning, and leading (pp. 142-155). Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers.
Addleman, R.A., Brazo, C.J., & Cevallos, T. (2011). Transformative learning through cultural immersion. Northwest Passage: Journal of Educational Practices, 9(1) 55-67.
Addleman, R.A., Brazo, C.J., Cevallos, T, Dixon, K. & Wortman, S. (2012, February). Teacher Candidates' Perceptions of Debriefing Circles to Facilitate Critical Reflection in a Cultural Immersion Experience. Research session paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, San Antonio, TX.
Brazo, C.J., Addleman, R.A., & Cevallos, T. (2011, February). Stop the noise! Structured reflective discourse assists pre-service teachers in hearing their own voices. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Orlando, FL.
Addleman, R.A., Brazo, C.J., & Cevallos, T. (2010, February). Increasing funds of knowledge through cultural immersion. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the World Federation of Associations of Teacher Education, Chicago, IL.
Action Research for Teachers
Structures for Teaching and Learning
Fine Arts for Elementary Teachers
Advanced Literacy Strategies
Issues and Applications in Literacy Instruction