Director of Undergraduate Programs and Field Experience
A. Suzie Henning grew up in Boise, Idaho. She pursued a B.A. in History from Seattle University, an M.A. in Curriculum and Development from Fordham University Lincoln Center, and her doctorate in educational validity studies from the University of Durham in the United Kingdom.
After teaching high school social studies in the Bronx, she moved to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and became a teacher educator at Mt. Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
In 2008, she moved to Spokane and currently works with teacher candidates in the undergraduate and MIT programs as well as graduate students in the master’s programs as the director of undergraduate programs and field experience at EWU (Go, Swoop!). Her research interests include philosophy of education, educational assessments and validity, social foundations, culturally responsive teaching, alternate-routes to certification, and educational internships. Along with her partner, professor Brian G. Henning, she lives with her two daughters and their two cats.
In which online degree program do you teach?
Which class do you teach online?
EDUC 507: Philosophy/Organization of American Schools
In what ways do you connect with online students?
Email, Canvas, text and phone.
What advice would you give to your online students?
Don't be shy! I am here to support your success in the program.