Jocelyn Booth, Ed.D.

boothInterim Director of Masters Program - Assistant Professor of Education
School of Education

Office Location: Institute for Collaboration, Room 226E
Telephone: 630-844-4647
Fax: 630 844-5530
Email Address: jbooth@aurora.edu

I enthusiastically join Aurora University after completing thirty-four years in public school education. I passionately served as a school administrator for twenty-two years, primarily in the roles of associate superintendent, and high school principal. My love for K-12 literacy learning developed over twelve years as a reading specialist. I joined A.U. in 1996, as an adjunct, and then as a pro-rata professor in the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership program. I shared my passion for learning with candidates enrolled in: Contemporary Issues; Scholarship Applied to Teaching; Introduction to Action Research; Educational Leadership; Curriculum Development & Evaluation, and School & Community Relations.

Education:
Ed.D. - Educational Leadership and Policy Study, Loyola University-Chicago
M.A. - Curriculum and Instruction-Reading, Loyola University-Chicago
B.A. - School of Speech, Marquette University-Milwaukee

Areas of Specialization
Reading, Curriculum and Instruction
Educational Leadership, Supervision and Administration
Professional Development

Courses Taught:
Professional Research in Literacy Learning I
Professional Research in Literacy Learning II
Supervision and Administration in Literacy I
Supervision and Administration in Literacy II
Assessment in Literacy Learning
Practicum in Reading

Highlights of Publications, Honors and Professional Contributions:
National School Reform Faculty (NSRF) - National Presenter and Professional Developer

Highlights of Campus Involvement
College of Education, Program Chair, Master of Arts in Reading Instruction
College of Education, Institutional Research Board (IRB) Member

Other Interests
Photography
International Travel: Soviet Union, Scandinavia, Europe, Mexico, E & W Caribbean, and Nova Scotia