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Amy Long

608 Robinson Learning Center
(570) 484-2699
 

Courses Most Commonly Taught

  • Elementary Methods
  • Student Teaching Practicum
 

Areas of Expertise

  • Teacher Evaluation
  • Instructional Coaching
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Mentoring and Instructional Supervision

 Education

2019, PhD. Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Curriculum and Supervision. Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.

2006, M.A. New Professional Studies: Teaching.  George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

2003, B.S. Elementary and Kindergarten Education (K-6). Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.

Certification

  • National Board Certified Teacher (Early Childhood Generalist) as of November 2008
  • State of Virginia Teaching License, Elementary Education, Kindergarten-6th grade
  • State of Pennsylvania Teaching License, Elementary Education, Pre-K- 6th grade

Professional Publications

Long, A. (2019). Teachers’ perceptions and experiences with a reformed teacher evaluation system: Conditions necessary for changing practice. Doctoral Dissertation.

Higgins, M., Morton, A., & Wolkenhauer, R. (2018). (Re)conceptualizing preservice teacher supervision through duoethnography: Reflecting, supporting, and collaborating with and for each other. Teaching and Teacher Education, 69.  

Morton, Amy (2016). Pre-Service teachers’ PLNs: The power of connected educators.  Pennsylvania Teacher Educator, 15.

Margusity, L., deCarle, A., & Morton, A. (2016).  A new lens for peer coaching: Professional development for supervisors. PDS Partners.

Selected Professional Presentations

Long, A. & Morgart, E. (May 2020). One of these things is not like the other: Two student teaching pathways within one university. National Student Teaching and Supervision Conference. West Chester, Pennsylvania. *Conference canceled due to the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic

Long, A. (October 2019). Goal setting and reflective practice: Teacher learning through a reformed evaluation system. PAC-TE Annual Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Long, A. & Morgart, E. (October 2019). Here or there: Two student teaching options within one university.  PAC-TE Annual Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  

Wolkenhauer, R., Higgins, M., Long, A. (April 2019). (Re)conceptualizing positionality in a Professional Development School:  Developing teacher educator roles through duoethnography, AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.  

Long, A., Higgins, M., Wolkenhauer, R. (February 2018) Duoethnography: Creating space for collaborative inquiry into teacher educator preparation, Association of Teacher Educators Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Morton, A. & Higgins, M. (May 2017) A Duoethnographic approach to supervision. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Conference, Champaign, Illinois.  

Morton, A.& Kitt, MJ. (April 2017).  Shared conversations among supervisors engaged in clinical experiences.  National Student Teaching and Supervision Conference, West Chester, Pennsylvania.  

Morton, A. & Morgart, E. (March 2017). Exploring the intent of intern meetings.  NAPDS National Conference, Washington D.C.

Morton, Amy (October 2016).  Pre-service teachers’ PLNs: The power of connected educators.  Presentation based on publication.  PAC-TE Annual Conference, Harrisburg, PA.  

Morton, A., Higgins, M., Morgart, E. (October 2016) New supervisors on the PDS block. PAC-TE Annual Conference, Harrisburg, PA.

Morton, A. & Higgins, M. (October 2016) Creating a third space of collaboration as supervisors within a PDS context. PAC-TE Annual Conference, Harrisburg, PA.  

Schussler, D., Knight, S., Morton, A. (April 2016) Comparing teacher performance assessments: A mixed methods study from multiple stakeholders. AERA Annual Conference, Washington D.C.

Margusity, L., deCarle, A., & Morton, A. (March 2016) Peer coaching as professional development for supervisors. NAPDS National Conference, Washington D.C.

Morton, A. (March 2016) PDS learning transformed into practice. NAPDS National Conference, Washington D.C.

Higgins, M., Morton, A., & Morgart, E. (March 2016) Graduate student supervision in a PDS context. NAPDS National Conference, Washington D.C.

Lloyd, G., Wolkenhauer, R., Morton, A., Benson, W. & deCarle, A. (March 2016) Profiles of hybrid teacher educators in a K-4 professional development school partnership.  NAPDS National Conference, Washington D.C.

Schussler, D. & Morton, A. (February 2016) Assessing teacher performance assessments: Using data to compare edTPA, PPAT, and homegrown assessments.  AACTE Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada

Morton, A. & Lee, M. (October 2015) A guide to #PLNs: Pre-service teachers tweet. PAC-TE Annual Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania  

Morton, A. (October 2015) Preservice teacher performance assessments: Supporting reflection and growth through field supervision. COPIS, Fort Worth, Texas

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