Jeanine Haistings, Ph.D.


Professor of Education Education - Differentiated Instruction (M.S.Ed.), Elementary Education, Secondary Education

Dr. Haistings received her doctorate from the University of Kansas where she also served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant. After graduating from Jewell with a B.S. in Elementary Education/Middle School Mathematics in 1992, she taught in elementary and middle schools for a number of years during which she also earned her M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Elementary Mathematics Education and Educational Technology from the University of Memphis. Her research interests include virtual math manipulatives, facilitating the connection between abstract math and concrete experience, pre-service teacher math anxiety and interdisciplinary techniques of teaching. Dr. Haistings is a member of and presenter at several professional organizations such as the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Education

  • William Jewell College
  • University of Memphis
  • University of Kansas