Department of Childhood Education
Dr. Wright is a former preschool teacher, who has taught and designed curriculum in public and private settings in West Virginia, Ohio and Louisiana since 1996. She has experience with diverse populations and approaches including Head Start and a Waldorf school. Her family includes three high-energy sons and a very old cat, and her husband is a news director for West Virginia Public Broadcasting.
Wright, C. (2008). Communicative functions of young children’s visual art (Doctoral dissertation). West Virginia University Libraries, Morgantown, W. Va.
Early childhood curriculum, instruction, assessment, visual art, creativity, project-based learning, STEAM (STEM with arts integration), early learning environment, aesthetics, emergent literacy, social justice and advocacy for the rights of young children and families.
- B.A. Education, specializing in Early Elementary: Antioch College
- M.A. Curriculum and Instruction, specializing in Early Childhood: West Virginia University
- Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction, specializing in Early Childhood: West Virginia University
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