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Jackquelyn Haws Veith, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor of Education

Educational Background:

Ed.D. in Administrative Leadership, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA
M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction, Concordia University Wisconsin
B.A. in French and Spanish, University of Oklahoma

Time at PHC: 2008 to present

Dr. Jackquelyn Veith was involved in K-12 education for 25 years in Wisconsin and Virginia, serving as a classroom teacher, school administrator, and director of curriculum.   She currently serves as director of PHC’s CLA program and developed the Pedagogy minor.  She teaches pedagogy courses including CLA Practicum/Apprenticeships and oversees the PHC491 Wisdom and Eloquence course. She is also Director of Assessment in PHC’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning.

She participates in both TRACS institutions and K-12 classical education school accreditation teams. She frequently presents at Classical Lutheran education and TRACS conferences.  Her publications include a blog post (what is classical education), a chapter in the Classical and Lutheran Education Journal (2012), and a translation of French lyrics "What Is This Pleasing Fragrance," in Nativity Suite for Organ:  Based on Five French Carols, composed by Kenneth Kosche (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 2005).  She wrote her Master's thesis on Aliteracy:  A Problem of Reading Motivation and Academic Achievement in 2002, and her doctoral dissertation on Investigating the Relationship Between Three Student Engagement Instruments to Inform Student Leadership Development in 2013.