Directory
A-Z Index
 

Dr. Beth Gregory

No picture provided

Email

Office

208 Brown Hall

Phone

660.562.1443
660.562.1561 (fax)

Joined Northwest in 2022


Assistant Professor


Education

  • Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis; University of Missouri, Columbia
  • M.S. in Teaching and Learning – Reading; University of St. Francis, Joliet
  • M.S. in Educational Leadership; Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville
  • B.S. in Elementary Education, minor in Commercial Agriculture; Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville

Courses Taught

  • 61-107 Ecology and Developmental Foundations of Education
  • 62-113 Professional Learning Community I
  • 62-119 Professional Learning Community III
  • 62-221 Literacy in the Elementary School
  • 62-650 Graduate Elementary Literacy Practicum

Academic Interests

  • Elementary and Early Childhood Literacy Education
  • Elementary and Early Childhood Mathematics
  • Pre-Service and Beginning Teacher Experiences and Support
  • Educational Impact of Violence and Trauma on Students
  • Non-traditional Post-secondary Students
  • Applied Learning Experiences for Pre-service Educators
  • Gender Equity within the Educational Arena

Scholarly Activity

Peer Reviewed Publications

Gregory, B. L., & Botello, J. (2020). Educated: A Memoir and the Impact on Teacher Preparation Programs. National Youth-At-Risk Journal, 4(1). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/nyar/vol4/iss1/7

Gregory, B. (2016). A 10-year linear gender equity and salary-trend study: A glance at superintendents’ pathway to the superintendency. National Social Science Journal. 48(1), 35-49.  Can be retrieved from https://nssa.us/journals/2017-48-1/2017_48-1_contents.htm

Other Publications

Gregory, B. (2013). A 10-Year Linear Gender Equity and Salary-Trend Study Among Missouri Superintendents: A Glance at Missouri Superintendents’ Pathway to the Superintendency. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Missouri, Columbia.

National and International Presentations

Dudley, A. & Gregory, B. (2022). Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia: Prevalent Learning Disabilities. National Social Science Association Summer Conference, Virtual. 

Gregory, B. & Dudley, A. (2021, October 26-28). Decoding Dyslexia. National Social Science Association Virtual Conference, Virtual.

Dudley, A. & Gregory, B. (2021, October 17-18) Dyslexia 101. Women in Educational Leadership Conference, Lincoln, NE.

Gregory, B. (2021, July). Making math meaningful for pre-service teachers through collaboration. The 14th International Congress on Mathematical Education, Shanghai, China.

Dudley, A, & Gregory, B. (2021, March 24) Early intervention and signs of dyslexia in young children. National Technology and Social Science Real Time Virtual Conference, Virtual.

Gregory, B. (2020, October). Using comprehension strategies to teach reading and math. National Social Science Association Real Time Virtual Conference, Virtual.

Gregory, B., Hamar, S., & Dudley, A. (2020, February). Going global: Developing international educational partnerships. National Association of Professional Development Schools Conference, Atlantic, City, NJ.

Gregory, B. (2019, October). Using literacy as a connection tool: Helping children who have experienced violence and trauma. International Literacy Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Gregory, B. (2019, October). Linking literacy and mathematics: How literacy provides a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts. International Literacy Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Hamar, S., Gregory, B., Dudley, A., & Bozoian, L. (2019, February). Just give them a pencil! Ridding our classrooms of dehumanizing actions. National Association of Professional Development Schools Conference. Atlanta, GA. 

Gregory, B. (2018, October). Preparing educators for the current needs of today’s students. Women in Educational Leadership Conference. Lincoln, NE.

Coffelt, T., Dudley, A., Gregory, B., & Hamar, S. (2018, March). Promoting humanity in next generation classrooms: Preparing educators to meet the need. National Association of Professional Development Schools Conference. Jacksonville, FL.

Gregory, B. (2017, August). Piecing it together: Meaningful collaboration between school districts and universities. National Social Science Summer Seminar. Los Angeles, CA.

Gregory, B., Hamar, S., & Dudley, A. (2017, March). Changing of the guard: How leadership roles can create changes in professional development schools. National Association of Professional Development Schools Conference. Washington, D.C.

Dudley, A., Hamar, S., & Gregory, B. (2017, March) Good to GO: Communicating with Graphic Organizers. National Association of Professional Development Schools Conference, Washington, D.C.

Gregory, B. & Chaille J. (2016, March). Making the most of screen time: Using technology to enhance reading readiness in early childhood classrooms. National Technology and Social Science Conference. Las Vegas, NV.

Gregory, B. (2015, October). Brain based gender differences: Helping each student reach full potential. National Social Science Professional Development Conference. New Orleans, LA. 

Gregory, B. (2015, July). Communicating with children about violence: How high quality literature promotes resiliency. International Literacy Association Conference. St. Louis, MO.

Gregory, B. (2015, March).  Gender equity within the superintendency: A 10 year mixed methods study. National Technology and Social Science Conference. Las Vegas, NV.

Gregory, B. (2015, March). Youth at risk: How to discuss violence and trauma. National Youth at Risk Conference. Savannah, GA.

Ingraham, N. & Gregory, B. (2014, April). Real-Time captioning in elementary ELL. National Technology and Social Science Conference. Las Vegas, NV.

Gregory, B. & Ingraham, N. (2013, October). Women superintendents: Wages and prevalence. Women in Educational Leadership Conference. Lincoln, NE.

State and Regional Presentations

Botello, J. & Gregory, B. (2019, October). Role of social emotional learning: Tools and strategies to build self-efficacy in classrooms. Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Conference, Lake Ozark, MO.

Botello, J., Koch, M., & Gregory, B. (2019, April). Loving Kaitlyn: A case study with trauma informed tools for the classroom teacher. Child Abuse: Prevention, Education, and Investigation Conference, St. Joseph, MO.

Bogdon, O. & Gregory, B. (2019, February). Science, math and engineering practices: Facts vs. discovery. Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Interface Math and Science Conference, Osage Beach, MO.  

Gregory, B. (2016, November). Promoting positive beginnings: Preparing our youngest learners in math. Missouri Early Learning Conference. Osage Beach, MO.

Chaille, J., Gregory, B., & Dudley, A. (2016, February). Making content count: Bringing learning to life. Write to Learn Conference, Osage Beach, MO.

Gregory, B. (2015). The early years: The learning styles of boys and girls. Missouri Association for the Education of Young Children State Conference, Jefferson City, MO. 

Gregory, B. & Dudley, A. (2015, February). Taking the leap: Educating pre-service teachers with iPads. Midwest Education Technology Conference. St. Louis, MO.

Gregory, B. (2013, February). Mad math for kids. Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference. Osage Beach, MO.

Gregory, B. (2012, November). Making math fun. Missouri State Teachers Association Convention. Kansas City, MO.

Other Professional Experiences

  • Elementary Teacher, 2nd Grade, Kansas City Public Schools
  • Elementary Teacher, K-4, St. Joseph School District
  • English Language Arts Content Expert, Iowa E-Learning Project
  • Assistant Professor, Missouri Western State University
  • Assistant Professor, Graceland University