LueLinda Egbert
 
LueLinda Egbert
Distinguished Professor, Education 

Office: Hepworth 123
Phone: 208-732-6890
Email: legbert@csi.edu
LueLinda Egbert
   
 

Education Information

Dr. LueLinda Egbert, Ph.D.; Ed. Specialist; & SPED Dir.

  • Main classroom Hepworth 143 Computer Stations
  • Hepworth 123 Office Location

Professor of Education: Teaching/Advising/Field Supervising

  • AAWCC Region 8 Director until 2025
  • Phi Theta Kappa Honors Project Advisor, since 2017
  • Facuty Senate Executive Committee (FSEC) Member/President, 2019-2022
  • Elementary Education Advisor
  • Foundation of Education Professor
  • Field Experience Supervisor
  • Families, Communities, and Culture Professor
  • Development/Individual Differences Professor
  • P.E. for Elementary Teachers Professor, ISU Coursework
  • Exit Seminar Supervisor
  • HONS 199A C40A: Lessons in Leadership, Fall Sem.

6 Degrees from 4 Colleges all Starting w/ CSI:

License/Certification:

  • Advanced Elementary K-8, 1990
  • Administrator Principal and Superintendent Pre-K-12, 1994
  • Ph.D in Education, 2004
  • Special Education K-12 Director Endorsement, 2014
  • Charlotte Danielson Certification: Framework for Teaching, 2016 & 2021
  • PTK Horizon Award, 2018; Advisor 5 Star Program Status, 2021
  • 23 year dedication to CSI
  • Distinguished Professor, 2019
  • PTK Honors Leadership Certified 2020

Adjunct faculty for Idaho State University

  • P.E. for Elementary Teachers Professor, ISU Coursework

Faculty Committees Include:

  • Teacher Education Department
  • Honor Committee
  • Faculty Forum Meetings
  • PTK Honors Advisor w/Weekly Meetings
  • Advising Committee
  • American Association for Women AAWCC
  • Huma/Social Science Symposium Advocate Annually
  • SRAEYC (Snake River Association for the Education of Young Children) Participant
  • General Education Outcomes Assessment Reader
  • Faculty Senate Executive Committee FSEC

Primary Sunday School Teacher

  •  9, 10, & 11 yr. olds (2nd four year term)

Background/Personal Information

Personal Information of Note

My Husband is a (Mechanical) Draftsman for Amalgamated in Twin Falls who has a number of certifications for all areas of welding, and obtained his schooling at Ricks College and an Associates of Science Degree at CSI. We have five children: Justin, Jarid, Jacob, Jasmine, Jordon and 16 grandchildren. We enjoy weight-lifting, racket-ball, bike-riding, Tae Bo, movies, Sunday family dinners, and supporting our children in their life persuits. Our lives revolve around our family and our work. We have raised our children to love reading, learning, and exploring innovative endeavors.

Teaching Philosophy

Teaching Philosophy

Life is an ever-changing and dynamic progress most effectively done through a systematic approach and with reflection on the past. Goal setting and personal objectives (purpose) drive education and are part of that change process. Through my experience and education as a teacher and administrator, I have an understanding of how students "need to know". The students drive the subject content through an "Active Voice" in the classroom, not from a century ago, but from today's times for problems that we face today and tomorrow.

Learning takes place through reading, vicariously, and by actual "experiences". Among the ways of knowing or obtaining knowledge are by divine revelation and authority, through personal intuition and through experimentation, from our own five (multiple) senses and our own power of reasoning. I reflect on the students' interests, on what motivates them, and on their process of change to provide "Learning Experiences."

Inquiry-based learning is Intentional Learning around Meaningful Content, making direct Relational Connections between the new generation of students to nontraditional students informational backgrounds, challenging all of us to be better teachers. I teach the Language of Questions and the Power of the Brain to resolve problems to life-long questions that transforms thinking beyond the classroom. 

Two Essential Teacher Manuals:

  1. THE Classroom Management Book by Harry K. Wong , Rosemary T. Wong, et al. | Aug 8, 2018
     
  2. THE Classroom Instruction Book by Harry K. Wong and Rosemary T. Wong | Apr 1, 2022

Two Fabulous Books:

  1. Teaching Outside the Box: How to Grab Your Students By Their Brains by LouAnne Johnson | Sep 15, 2015

Two Must Have Teacher Guides:

  1. The First Days of School: How To Be An Effective Teacher (Book and CD) 3rd Edition by Harry K. Wong and Rosemary T. Wong | Jul 1, 2004

Course Information

Links of Interest

  1. B. F. Skinner's Behavior Modification
  2. Canter and Canter's Assertive Discipline
  3. Constructivist Theory (John Dewey)
  4. Lev Vygostsky
  5. Keirsey's Temperment Sorter
  6. Teacher Education Search
  7. IQ TEST
  8. Developmental Assets
  9. Lesson Plan Templates
  10. Resume Template
  11. APA Website Purdue Writing
  12. Bloom's Taxonomy
  13. Multiple Intelligeneces test
  14. APA Reference help Citation Machine
  15. APA Reference Builder Knight Cite
  16. Right Left Brain Test
  17. Better Right Left Brain Test
  18. State Board of Education
  19. Educational Philosophy Assessment
  20. Educational Philosophy Scoring
  21. Educational Philosophy Continuum
  22. My Plan
  23. Daily Lesson Plan
  24. Digital learning
  25. "Multiple Intelligences Explained"
  26. Getting hired
  27. School Tuitions and More
  28. Jungian Cognitive Functions and Personality Dichotomies
  29. Career Experts
  30. Career Statistics and Writing Research Papers
  31. Drug and Alcohol
  32. Addiction & Mental Health Resources for Students
  33. Drub and Alcohol Update
  34. Addiction & Mental Health Resources for Students Update
  35. How to Tell if Your Child Has a Substance Abuse Issue
  36. Preventing Teenage Substance Abuse
  37. Teaching Your Teen To Manage Uncertainty
  38. Guide on helping teenagers with their mental well-being
  39. Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment Center
  40. How to Cope with Anxiety: Mental health advice for students
  41. Community Outreach Specialist with AddictionResource.net
  42. Autism Guide and Substance Abuse
  43. GUIDE TO INTERNSHIPS
  44. RESUME That Will Get You Hired

  

'Teachers in the Movies'

Freedom Writers (2007): Teaching Style

Thr Ron Clark Story (2006)

Mr. Holland's Opus (1999)

Goodbye Mr. Chips (2009)

October Sky (1999)

Stand and Deliver (1988) Lean on Me (1998):ethnicity/poverty

Dangerous Minds (1999)

To Sir With Love (2000)

The Blackboard Jungle (2005)

Dead Poets Society (1989): Teaching Style

50 First Dates (2004): memory issues

Dear John (2010): Autism

Yours, Mine, and Ours (2005) Paranting Styles

Rain Man (1988): Autism

i am Sam (2001) & Radio (2003): Cognitvely Impaired

Forrest Gump (1994) Savant

A Beautiful Mind (2001) & Soloist (2009): Schizophrenia

Blindside Movie (2009): Perserverance

 

 

   
 
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