Dr. Erin Wibbens is a member of the Faculty of Supervision and Instruction with the ACE Teaching Fellows program, working to support the development of beginning elementary teachers. Currently, she studies the development of literacy pedagogy and has interests in literacy professional development as well as the academic enrichment and support of Catholic schools.
A graduate of both Notre Dame and ACE affiliate LU CHOICE in Chicago, Wibbens's work as a primary grade teacher shaped her research interest in literacy teaching and learning. She earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum, Teaching and Education Policy from Michigan State University.
Ph.D., Michigan State University
Certo, J.L., Apol, L., Wibbens, E., & Hawkins, L. (2012). Living the Poet's Life: Using an Aesthetic Approach to Poetry to Enhance Preservice Teachers' Poetry Experiences and Dispositions. English Education.
Stanulis, R.N., Little, S., & Wibbens, E. (2012). Intensive mentoring that contributes to change in beginning teachers instructional practices in literacy.Teaching and Teacher Education.
Stanulis R.,N., Brondyk, S.K., Little, S., & Wibbens, E. (2014). Mentoring beginning teachers to enact discussion-based teaching. Mentoring and Tutoring: Partnership in Learning.