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Pam Langlie-Willers

Dr. Pamela Langlie-Willers is an assistant professor in the applied science department at Wayne State College.

Before coming to Wayne State, Dr. Langlie-Willers served as a lead teacher at the Early Childhood Family Education program in Rochester, Minn. She served on both sides of the school district's program, facilitating adult learners and supervising early childhood education classrooms.

At Wayne State, she has enjoyed preparing the next teachers of young children at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Highlights have included promoting environmental education for young children and creating an outdoor classroom for WSC's child development lab preschool.

Education

Ph.D., Teaching and Learning (emphasis in Early Childhood Teacher Education), 2007 - University of North Dakota

M.E., Teacher Leadership (emphasis in Family Education), 2006 - University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

B.S., Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education - University of North Dakota

Academic Interests

Dr. Langlie-Willers teaching and research interests are early childhood science, and language and literacy development for young children.