Associate Professor

Biography

Dr. Mary Beth Slone is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology in the Department of Educational Innovation, College of Education. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Educational Psychology to include courses in the areas of learning, teaching, and human growth and development. Her research focus is in the area teacher efficacy, as well as the role of disability in higher education (particularly within academia). Prior to her appointment at UWG, Dr. Slone was certified in the Maryland public schools in the area of Social Science (7-12). Dr. Slone has received teaching awards at the department, college, and university levels.

  • Courses Taught
  • Course Sections and Syllabi

    Fall 2017 Sections

    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: 01D
    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: 02D
    • CMWL-3100 (Lifespan Development) Section: E01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: E01

    Summer 2017 Sections

    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: E01
    • CMWL-3100 (Lifespan Development) Section: E01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: E01

    Spring 2017 Sections

    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: E02
    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: E01
    • CMWL-3100 (Lifespan Development) Section: E01

    Fall 2016 Sections

    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: 02D
    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: 03D
    • CMWL-3100 (Lifespan Development) Section: E01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: E01

    Summer 2016 Sections

    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: E01
    • CMWL-3100 (Lifespan Development) Section: E01

    Spring 2016 Sections

    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: 02D
    • EDUC-2130 (Expl Learning and Teaching) Section: 04D
    • CMWL-3100 (Lifespan Development) Section: E01

    Fall 2015 Sections

    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: E03
    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: E02
    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: E01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: E01

    Summer 2015 Sections

    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: E01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: E01

    Spring 2015 Sections

    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: E03
    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: E04
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: E01

    Fall 2014 Sections

    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: N06
    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: N05
    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: N04
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N01

    Summer 2014 Sections

    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: N02
    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: N01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N01

    Spring 2014 Sections

    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: N01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N02

    Fall 2013 Sections

    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: N51
    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: N01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N02

    Summer 2013 Sections

    • CEPD-4101 (Educational Psychology) Section: N02
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N01
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N02

    Spring 2013 Sections

    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N01 Download Syllabus [DOC]
    • CEPD-8102 (Lifespan Human Development) Section: N02
  • Publication List

    Slone, M.B. (2007). Navigating the academy when your ship is thrown off course: The effects of Multiple Sclerosis on one college professor. In Multiple Voices and Identities in Higher Education: Writings by Disabled Faculty and Staff in a Disabling Societ

    Slone, M.B. & Hancock, M. (2008). Teacher efficacy and career indecision among pre-service teachers: A model of direct and indirect effects. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 21, 24-29.