JoLynn Britt, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor, Lead Supervisor for Language Arts,
Liberal Studies & Credentialing
Expert in SPSS & quantitative/inferential statistics
Expert in research design - methodology & data analysis
California State Teacher Exams (CBEST, CSET, RICA)
Ph.D., Education & Human Resource Studies, Colorado State University, 2001
Master's in Teacher Education, Eastern Oregon University, 1998
B.A., Elementary Education, Bethel College, 1994
HIST 252 - World Civilizations II
TEDU 311- Curriculum & Methods in Social Studies & Social Science
TEDU 505 - Teaching Reading & Writing
TEDU 508 - Curriculum & Methods in Humanities
TEDU 323 - Language, Culture & Literacy
TEDU 423 - Curriculum & Methods in Literature & Language
TEDU 475 - Student Teacher Supervision
Britt, J. (2011). Needs of Adult Learners. Case Study submitted for publication in: Community College Leadership and Administration: A Case Study Approach to Applying Theory to Practice, by Carlos Nevarez, J. Luke Wood, and Rose Penrose.
Britt, J. (2011). Issues of the Athletic Department. Case Study submitted for publication in: Community College Leadership and Administration: A Case Study Approach to Applying Theory to Practice, by Carlos Nevarez, J. Luke Wood, and Rose Penrose.
Nevarez, C. & Britt, J. (2011). review submitted for publication. Achieving Success for New and Aspiring Superintendents: A Practical Guide, by Mary Frances Callan and William Levinson. Corwin, 2011, 309 pp.
Britt, J. (2011). review in preparation. Community College Leadership and Administration: Theory, Practice, and Change, by Carlos Nevarez and J. Luke Wood (2010). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
Britt, J. (2010). Dissertation Prospectus: Sharing Pedagogical Innovation & Scholarly Research Across Educational Leadership. Student work presented at Poster Session for the 17th Annual Multicultural Education Conference, California State University, Sacramento.
Britt, J. (2001). Teachers’ Perceptions about the Impact of School Uniforms on the Learning Experience of Students in an Alternative Public School. (Doctoral dissertation, Colorado State University).
Britt, J. (2001). Changing Schools: The Need for the Person- Centered Administrator. Manuscript submitted for publication to Educational Leadership.
Adjunct Professor/Lecturer – California State University – Sacramento, CA - 2008–Present
Lecturer – Chapman University – Folsom, CA - 2009-2010
7th Grade Teacher - Sunridge Middle School - Pendleton, OR - 1996-1999
6th Grade Teacher- Heppner Elementary School - Heppner, OR - 1995-1996