Assistant Professor

Biography

Dr. Marsha Simon is an Assistant Professor at the University of West Georgia, in the department of Leadership, Research, and School Improvement. Marsha received a B.A in Spanish and a M.S in Developmental Education from Grambling State University. Marsha earned her Ph.D. in Educational Research from the University of Alabama. A former high school teacher for 10 years, Marsha continues her passion for teaching by instructing research courses at the higher education level. Her research interests include mixed methods research, high school STEM education and the impostor syndrome.

Education / Degrees

  • B.A., Spanish, Grambling State University, 2008
  • M.S., Developmental Educational, Grambling State University, 2010
  • Ph.D., Educational Research, The University of Alabama, 2017
  • Courses Taught
  • Course Sections and Syllabi

    Fall 2019 Sections

    • SLPA-6784 (Resrch Meth in Spch-Lang Path) Section: E01
    • EDRS-8304 (Data Analysis in Educ Research) Section: E02
    • EDRS-8304 (Data Analysis in Educ Research) Section: E01

    Summer 2019 Sections

    • ECED-8284 (Research Seminar) Section: E01
    • ECED-8284 (Research Seminar) Section: E02

    Spring 2019 Sections

    • EDRS-8304 (Data Analysis in Educ Research) Section: E01
    • EDRS-8304 (Data Analysis in Educ Research) Section: E03
    • EDRS-8304 (Data Analysis in Educ Research) Section: E02

    Fall 2018 Sections

    • ECED-8284 (Research Seminar) Section: E03
    • ECED-8284 (Research Seminar) Section: E01
    • ECED-8284 (Research Seminar) Section: E02
  • Publication List

    Simon, M., & Choi, Y. J. (2018). Using factor analysis to validate the Clance Impostor Phenomenon Scale in sample of science, technology, engineering and mathematics doctoral students. Personality and Individual Differences, 121, 173-175.

    Sunal, D. W., Dantzler, J. A., Sunal, C. S., Turner, D. P., Harrell, J. W., Simon, M., & Aggarwal, M. D. (2016). The 21st Century Physics Classroom: What Students, Teachers, and Classroom Observers Report. School Science and Mathematics, 116(3), 116-126.

    Mills, J. D., & Simon, M. E. (2015). Exploring eighth- grade minority male and female students' statistical literacy skills using TIMSS: Do differences exist?. Middle Grades Research Journal, 10(3), 1.