Jennifer Webb, Ph.D.

Chair of the Department of Education, Assistant Professor of Education

Jennifer WebbEducation

  • Ph.D., Special Education, Kent State University
  • M.S., Special Education, Valparaiso University
  • B.A., Elementary and Special Education, Purdue University

Experience

  • 2001-2019, Clinical Professor of Special Education, Walsh University
  • 1999-2000, Adjunct Faculty in Education, Monmouth University
  • 1997-1998, Adjunct Faculty in Education, Trinity Christian College
  • 1992-1995, Special Education Teacher, Gavit High School
  • 1991-1992, Special Education Teacher, West Terre Haute Elementary School
  • 1990-1991, Special Education Teacher, Tecumseh Middle School

Teaching Assignments

  • EDUC 114 Orientation to Teacher Education
  • EDUC 419 Teaching Integrated Math in Secondary School
  • EDUC 429 Teaching Integrated Social Studies in Secondary School
  • EDUC 448 Teaching Language Arts in Middle Grades
  • EDUC 449 Teaching Integrated Language Arts in Secondary School
  • EDUC 456 Teaching Mathematics in Middle Grades
  • EDUC 457 Teaching Science in Middle Grades
  • EDUC 458 Teaching Social Studies in Middle Grades
  • EDUC 459 Teaching Integrated Science in Secondary School

Biography

Jennifer is the Chair and Director of Assessment and Accreditation of the Department of Education.  Previous to her appointment at Malone, Jennifer was a clinical professor of special education at Walsh University, and before that a K-12 teacher working with students with mild/moderate disabilities. After completing a master's degree at Valparaiso University in Indiana, she began teaching as an adjunct at multiple universities including Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, IL, Monmouth University in Monmouth, NJ. These teaching experiences led her to want to pursue a Ph.D. to move full-time to higher education. Jennifer has presented at local, state, and national conferences on special education topics including poverty, project-based learning, universal design for learning, communication and autism spectrum disorders, RtI, and starting a student chapter for Council for Exceptional Children. She is also involved with her local church and serves as Board Chair for Lighthouse Ministries in Canton and Board President-elect for the Ohio chapter of CEC. In her free time, Jennifer loves to read, travel, and spend time with her family and friends, especially her husband and their two grown children and their spouses.