Dr. Rebecca StobaughRebecca Stobaugh received a PhD from the University of Louisville. As a middle-school and high-school teacher, she was named Social Studies Teacher of the Year by the Kentucky Council for Social Studies in 2004. In her position as a middle-school principal, she focused on aligning curriculum, increasing the level of critical thinking in assessments and instruction, and establishing a school-wide discipline plan. Currently, she serves as an associate professor at Western Kentucky University, teaching assessment and unit-planning courses in the teacher education program. She supervises first-year teachers and consults with school districts on critical thinking, instructional strategies, assessment, technology integration, and other topics.
School & District Consulting Services:
- Critical Thinking
- Technology Integration
- Instructional Strategies
Email for more information on professional development services.
- Ph.D., University of Louisville, 2003
- Associate Professor, 2011 to present
- Visiting Assistant Professor, 2008-2011
- Principal, 2004 to 2007
- Middle School Social Studies Teacher, 1998 to 2004
- High School Teacher, 1996-1997
- Link to Order Assessing Critical Thinking for High Schools Book
- Link to Order Assessing Critical Thinking Elementary Book
- Stobaugh, R. (2013). Assessing critical thinking in middle and high schools: Meeting the Common Core. Eye on Education: Larchmont, NY.
- Stobaugh, R. (2013). Assessing critical thinking in elementary schools: Meeting the Common Core. Eye on Education: Larchmont, NY.
- Presentation at KASA Summer Institute: KASA-2013
- Presentation at ASCD Annual Conference: ASCDIgnite_final
- White Paper on Bloom’s Evaluate Level: Evaluate presentation 3 white paper
- Presentation on Revised Bloom’s Thinking Levels: Dishman_Blooms_7_31_2013
Online Video Trainings: