Teacher Education Faculty & Staff
Dr. Anne Karabon
- Assistant Professor
- Teacher Education, Education
- RH 212H
- Tel: 402.554.2538
- Email: email@example.com
Anne began her professional career as an early childhood and public elementary school teacher and received her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in early childhood curriculum and instruction. She is currently Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education and STEM at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Anne teaches courses and supervises preservice teachers, leads professional development courses for inservice teachers, and instructs graduate courses focused on qualitative research methods.
Research and Creative Interests
Anne's research and publications focus on teacher education that supports culturally responsive and socially just practices for young children and families. She is particularly interested in practices that draw on children's multiple resources and knowledge from experiences at home, in the community, and in play to inform STEM content.
Ph D - Early Childhood Education - Qualitative Research Methods
University of Wisconsin-Madison (Madison, WI) 2015
MS - Early Childhood Education - Curriculum and Instruction
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Milwaukee, WI) 2008
BS - Early Childhood Education
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Milwaukee, WI) 2005
Other - Child Growth and Development
Milwaukee Area Technical College (Milwaukee, WI) 2003
UNO TED Outstanding Mentor (Teaching) 2018
Professor of the Month (Teaching) 2018
Brookes Graduate NAECTE Member Scholarship (Service, Professional) 2015
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