Assistant Professor of Education
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.