LueLinda Egbert
 
LueLinda Egbert
Professor, Education 

Office: John C. Hepworth Higher Education Center 123
Phone: 208-732-6890
Email: legbert@csi.edu
LueLinda Egbert
   
 

Education Information

Dr. LueLinda Egbert, Ph.D.; Ed. Specialist

Professor of Education: Teaching/Advising/Field Supervising

  • Elementary Education Advisor
  • Club Advisor: Teacher Education Association  (TEA: EDUC 199)
  • Foundation of Education Professor
  • Field Experience Supervisor
  • Families, Communities, and Culture Professor
  • Development/Individual Differences Professor
  • Exit Seminar Supervisor

6 Degrees from 4 Colleges

License:

  • Advanced Elementary K-8
  • Administrator Principal and Superintendent Pre-K-12
  • Special Education K-12 Director Endorsement

Adjunct faculty for Idaho State University

Background/Personal Information

Personal Information of Note

    My Husband is a Welder/Mechanic for Amalgamated in Twin Falls. He has a number of certifications for all areas of welding, and obtained his schooling at Ricks College. We have five children: Justin, Jarid, Jacob, Jasmine, and Jordon.We enjoy weight-lifting, racket-ball, bike-riding, Tae Bo, movies, nice family dinners, and supporting our children in their sports. Our lives revolve around our family and our work. My husband loves to read historical books about Indian cultures, and I enjoy all books relating to current educational or administrational issues.

Teaching Philosophy

Teaching Philosophy

Life is an ever-changing and dynamic progress most effectively done through a systematic approach and reflection on the past. Goal setting and personal objectives drive education and are part of that change process. Through my experience and education as a teacher and administrator, I have an understanding of what students need to know. The subject matter and content drive my teachings, not from a century ago, but from within a decade or two and around pertinent issues for today's times and problems that we face tomorrow. Learning takes place through reading, vicariously, and by actual experiences. Among the ways of knowing or obtaining knowledge are by divine revelation, by authority, through personal intuition, from our own five senses, from our own power of reasoning and through experimentation. I tend to base my learning and teaching on past experiences and reflections of those experiences to guide my future decisions toward a productive life. I am concerned with the students' interests, what motivates them, and their process of change.

Course Information

Links of Interest

  1. Praxis
  2. Temperment sorter
  3. Piaget's Learning Stages
  4. B. F. Skinner's Behavior Modification
  5. Canter and Canter's Assertive Discipline
  6. Constructivist Theory (John Dewey)
  7. Lev Vygostsky
  8. Keirsey's Temperment Sorter
  9. Teacher Education Search
  10. IQ TEST
  11. Developmental Assets
  12. Lesson Plan Templates
  13. Resume Template
  14. APA Website
  15. Bloom's Taxonomy
  16. Multiple Intelligeneces test
  17. APA Reference help
  18. APA Reference Builder
  19. Right Left Brain Test
  20. Better Right Left Brain Test
  21. State Board of Education
  22. Educational Philosophy Assessment
  23. Educational Philosophy Scoring
  24. Educational Philosophy Continuum
  25. My Plan
  26. APA 2010
  27. Power point 2010
  28. Brain Track C and U directory
  29. Daily Lesson Plan
  30. Digital learning

    'Teachers in the Movies'

Freedom Writers (2007)

Thr Ron Clark Story (2006)

Mr. Holland's Opus (1999)

Goodbye Mr. Chips (2009)

October Sky (1999)

Stand and Deliver (1988) Lean on Me (1998)

Dangerous Minds (1999)

To Sir With Love (2000)

The Blackboard Jungle (2005)

Dead Poets Society (1989)

 

 

 

   
 
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