||B.S., St. Bonaventure; M.S., University of Dayton;
M.A., St. Joseph College;
Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University
Virginia McCormack is a Professor of Education. She
works with diverse students in all of the Education programs. She is a
certified/licensed P-12 classroom teacher and administrator with experiences in
early childhood, middle childhood, and adult and young adult classrooms in
rural, suburban, and urban locations.
Dr. McCormack has served as chair of Ohio Dominican
University's Education Division and Director of the M.Ed. program. She
participates on university committees; has received several grants for course
development, reading and teacher preparation; and develops curricular programs
and endorsements for undergraduate and graduate studies.
Some of her
publications and presentations include:
- Effects of Multiple Diverse Field Placements on Teacher Candidates’
- Utilizing VoiceThread to Increase Teacher Candidates’
Reflection and Global Implications for Usage
- Learning from Those Who are Preparing to be Teacher Leaders
- Changes in Dispositions after Immersing
Teacher Candidates in Multiple Diverse Field Experiences
Dr. McCormack holds a B.S. in Education from St.
Bonaventure University; an M.S. in Educational Administration from the
University of Dayton; an M.A. in Pastoral Ministry from St. Joseph College; and
an Ed. D. from Nova Southeastern University.
She is a member of the Association
for Supervision and Curriculum Development, the International Reading
Association, Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Teachers
of English to Speakers of Other Languages, the Association for Middle Level
Education and the National Council of Teachers of English.