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Brice W. Seifert

Academic Biography:
I began my professional career as a mechanical engineer working at a large factory in Mississippi. As I gained experience, I began working as a plant manager (i.e., running the day-to-day factory operations). At some point in my life, I developed a strong desire to teach elementary school children and, later, pre-service teachers. I have been able to apply my problem-solving ability to help others learn. I chose Monmouth College because it provides an opportunity for me to make a greater impact on the teaching profession.

Research Interests:
I am interested in issues pertaining to male teachers in elementary schools. I am also pursuing topics involving the integration of technology into other elementary school subject matter.

Courses Taught:
TEDP 202 Educational Technology
TEDP 362 Elementary Math Methods
TEDP 365 Elementary Science Methods
TEDP 366 Elementary Social Studies Methods

Education:
B.S.M.E. University of Illinois
M.B.A. NW Missouri State University
Ph.D. Elementary Education Washington State University

Contact Info:
Office: Rm 202 Wallace Hall
Email: bseifert@monmouthcollege.edu