University of the District of Columbia
United States of America - Washington
Areas of interest
- The Design and Development of the Virtual Training Modules for Peer Mentoring to Broaden Women’s and Minorities’ STEM Participation
- Community of Inquiry and Perceived Learning: The Impact of Blended Learning among High School Students
- Foreign Language Anxiety among Traditional and Online Students Enrolled in Foreign Language Courses at a Community College
- Motivation and Academic Achievement among High School Students: An Examination of the Flipped Classroom
- Teacher Immediacy: The Relationship with Perceived Learning and Student Outcomes in the US International Classroom
- An Examination of the Community of Inquiry Framework in the International Computer-Mediated Learning Context
- Synchronous and Asynchronous Communication Technologies in Online Group Work: Implications for Design and Practice
Dr. Jillian Wendt serves as Assistant Professor of Science Education at the University of the District of Columbia in Washington, DC. She has experience teaching in the traditional face-to-face learning environment, the distance learning environment, K-12 education, pre-service teacher education, and in-service teacher education. Dr. Wendt holds a B.S. in Biology from Virginia Commonwealth University (2005), M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning from Liberty University (2010), Ed.S. in Teaching and Learning from Liberty University (2011), and Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Liberty University (2013).
Dr. Wendt regularly presents on research and pedagogical practices at regional, national, and international education conferences. She routinely engages in research and publication on technology in education, science literacy, collaborative learning, teacher professional development, international education, and K-12 science education.