Jodi Haney, PhD | Curriculum Specialist, Dynamic and Passionate Educator, Author

Jodi Haney, PhD

Curriculum Specialist, Dynamic and Passionate Educator, Author

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Jodi Haney, PhD

Jodi Haney is a dynamic and passionate educator who taps her 30+ years of experience in education to deliver powerful information that brings about educational change. A Professor Emeritus (retired, but still active) in Science and Environmental Education, Jodi is able to address needs specific to these disciplines, but considers herself a generalist in education and her presentations are designed to be highly interdisciplinary in nature.

Jodi Haney is often described as "a person who knows so much about education, but is able to communicate it in a way that makes you feel like she's one of us... that she's been there and knows the daily trials and tribulations of today's classroom." She establishes immediate rapport with teachers, regardless of their subject area specialties or grade level assignments. She moves people by providing interactive opportunities to study, discuss, reflect, and take action.

Jodi Haney blends heartwarming and humorous stories with research based evidence to make the case for a new direction in education. As an author, Jodi has published over 40 articles in prestigious journals, developed national curricula on problem based learning for middle grades students, and is the author of her first book, "Motivation Matters: Seven Ways to Ignite, Excite, and Engage 21st Century Learners.

Haney has made over 90 presentations at international and national conferences, and over 250 presentations to school and community groups. She has authored and received over $20 million in grant monies to lead school improvement projects aimed at reaching national science and environmental education goals. Dr. Haney's projects bring together university, school, parent, business, and community partners as a collaborative force to elicit lasting educational change. Jodi's accomplishments were highlighted in 1999 when she was named the Bowling Green State University's Outstanding Young Scholar and again in 2014, as a finalist for the BGSU Student Alumni Connection Master Teacher Award.

Jodi believes that teaching is the essence of her identity and she is passionate about her role to inspire the love of learning through active, engaged, and authentic experiences both within the classroom and the local community. As a result of her life experiences, Haney now sets out to provide inspiring, state of the art professional development for PreK-16+ teachers, informal educators, and community partners through her educational consulting firm, Xcite Learning.

Jodi Haney's contributions in education are far reaching and both her words and actions have inspired and transformed audiences around the globe.

Jodi Haney, PhD
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Current: Jodi Haney | Climate Change Education: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow!

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Motivating Today's Students

Does student motivation have you down and out? Are you finding it more and more difficult to balance test preparation expectations and implementing an engaging and interesting curriculum in your K-12 or university classroom? If so, join colleagues who also desire to find a better way as we actively explore research on student motivation and develop concrete and practical solutions for your students, your classroom, and your school. Open and creative mind required.

Climate HOPE

In light of the climate change challenges that lie immediately before us, our current educational standards fall far short of fostering the climate literacy needed to face these challenges with confidence and resilience. There is no more important integrative context for learning and climate change education helps us get back to some of those deeper purposes of education that we’ve largely ignored today, such as preparing learners to actively engage in the society in which they live and to better understand what it means to be human. What specifically should we be teaching our youth about climate change to reach climate literacy goals? How do we go about the teaching in order to get our youth to embrace the cause? History reminds us that scare tactics and anti-consumerism messages just don’t work. Teaching Climate HOPE through innovation in sustainability will be the key to our success - let’s discuss why and how!

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