Teacher Education Faculty & Staff
Dr. Phyllis Adcock
- Teacher Education, Education
- RH 406
- Tel: 402.554.3484
- Fax: 402.554.3881
- Email: email@example.com
Ph. D., University of Kansas, Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Psychology minor, 2001. M.S., Secondary Education, Kansas State University, 1979. B. S., Secondary Education, Kansas State University, 1974.
Human Growth and Learning
Teaching Multiple Intelligence
Education and Technology
Research and Creative Interests
Human Growth and Development
Dr. Phyllis K. Adcock is the Team Leader for the EDUC 2010 courses in the Department of Education, and has served on UNO Faculty Senate, has served on UNO Graduate Council, and she is the contact person for the Introduction to Teaching Dual Enrollment course. Dr. Adcock is also the Faculty Advisor for the UNO ASCD student organization, and is on the Delta Kappa Gamma Internationale, Rho State Executive Board.
Ph D - Curriculum and Instruction - Educational Psychology
University of Kansas (Lawrence, Kansas) 2001
MS - Secondary Education
Kansas State University (Manhattan, Kansas) 1979
BS - Secondary Education - Human Ecology
Kansas State University (Manhattan, Kansas) 1975
Other - Human Ecology
Highland Community College (Highland, Kansas) 1973
Professor (Service, Professional) 2015
Certificate of Achievement 2009
Madison's Whose Who 2009
Teaching Awards/ASCD Nomination Advisor/Yr 06 (Service, University) 2006
Teaching Awards/Whos Who/ Sp06 (Teaching) 2006
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