Reta Ugena Whitlock, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Adolescent Education
Department of Secondary and Middle Grades Education
Bagwell College of Education
Kennesaw State University
Office: KH 3115
Office Hours: Monday & Tuesday, 3:30-4:45
My Website: http://ksuweb.kennesaw.edu/~rwhitlo3
KSU Home Page: www.kennesaw.edu
My Fall Schedule
EDUC 7797, 5:00-7:45 pm, KH 1303
EDUC 7752, 5:00-7:45 pm, KH 2001
EDUC 7797, 5:00-7:45 pm, DeKalb/Avondale
[ About Me | Teaching | Scholarship | Service | Misc. ]
Welcome to my web site. I created it as a collecting place for sorting, exploring, and remembering—much as other collecting places. My collection includes information about my personal, professional, and scholarly life. Artifacts I have gathered are varied; some are useful for my students and me while others are just for fun. For example, I am a teacher educator, so I have collected information about the courses I teach: syllabi, assignment descriptions and instructions, PowerPoint presentations. My research explores a curriculum of place, and I have collected ideas and outlines of projects I’ve either begun or am in the process of designing. I hope you will also read about my research interests and scholarship—I welcome feedback! I’ve included my curriculum vita, which is my life on paper. I’ve also included links to my blog on Southern curriculum studies and to some of my favorite educational, research, and just-for-fun web sites. I hope you enjoy my place; come again soon.
I hope you'll check out my brother Tracy Whitlock's songs. Poet, songwriter—and horse trainer—his lyrics are powerful and insightful: http://cdbaby.com/cd/tracywhitlock
How do I know I'm in the right profession? As I tell my students, I always leave class feeling better than when I arrived. As much as I enjoy research and writing, I am energized by the engagement and commitment of my students.
Teaching Tools & Forms
My blog: My blog is just a canvas; it's where I pre-write as I journal. This is a place for reflecting on curriculum, pedagogy, teacher ed, research, and everything in between.
Last Updated: 9/9/07