B.S., Lycoming College
M.A., Bloomsburg University
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Education: Associate professor of education
Classes: Introduction to Education, Literacy for Middle and Secondary Schools, Curriculum and Instruction for Middle and Secondary Schools
Dr. Amy Rogers, a professor in the Education Department, has been teaching at Lycoming College since 2007. She earned her B.A. at Lycoming College, received her M.A. from Bloomsburg University, and earned her doctorate at Pennsylvania State University. Amy’s work studied the effects of local history in relation to a student’s level of civic mindedness and civic engagement. Her research areas include teacher leadership, pre-service teacher education, civic education, civic engagement, and local history.
Responsible for the Secondary Teacher Education Program and Teacher Certification Program, Amy teaches courses and is an advisor to education students seeking middle and/or secondary certification. Furthermore, Amy is the advisor for Kappa Delta Pi, International Education Honor Society, and the Student Pennsylvania State Education Association.
She serves on the board of directors to the Pennsylvania Association of College and Teacher Educators (PAC-TE). The nonprofit professional association promotes quality educational programs and provides professional growth opportunities for professionals who teach, prepare and develop new educators.
For more information on Dr. Rogers see her curriculum vitae